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John LearJohn Lear, the son of the inventor of the Learjet, isĀ scheduled to be on Coast to Coast AM with John B. Wells on March 31, 2012.

John Lear is a curious case in that just like Erskine of Erskine Overnight publicly raised questions about David Icke’s sincerity, I have questions about Lear’s sincerity as well.

As Erskine pointed out, David Icke has done some great research into the NWO, but for many, his whole credibility comes into question with his talk of reptilians running things behind the scenes.

It is a common tactic of disinfo agents to mix outlandish claims with accurate ones . However, some seemingly outlandish claims may actually be true, and making outlandish claims does not necessarily make one a disinfo agent.

Lear, in my view, made some very sincere statements in questioning the official story of 9/11 in his November 2, 2003 interview with Art Bell:

A – Huh! So it actually took a fair amount of skill to plow into those buildings?

J – I would say that it took about 200 or 300 hours for each pilot – and we’re talking about . . .

A – 200 or 300 hours? But you mean of simulator time?

J – Of simulator time! They had to learn how to step into the cockpit – and that’s a whole thing – getting into the airplane, but that’s separate from that – they had to get into the cockpit and pull the circuit breaker for the transponder – sit in the pilot seat, disconnect the auto-pilot from the flight management system – turn the airplane, push the throttles all the way forward, find Manhattan – then line up on a pre-planned course – doing 10 miles a minute – they were clocked by air traffic control doing 600 miles an hour at 700 feet above the ground and fly directly into the middle the center of the World Trade Center. Now that – you know and the air races only fly 400 miles an hour and that’s difficult – but to fly an airliner like the size of a 757 at 700 feet – I mean that took some skill and that took a long time to train that – probably a year.

A – That’s wild (unintelligible)

A – But what we’ve been given by the media – by the mass media – you know – they were down in Florida – getting a few hours on lighter aircraft – that doesn’t wash at all . . .

J – No possibility! If you talk to any pilot that knows anything about this and that was – and that was a feat with the (unintelligible) with the benefit with 19,000 hours in all the airplanes I’ve flown including air races – the Douglas B-26, I doubt that I could have done that the 1st time . . .

But how much would people take Lear’s statements on 9/11 seriously when he was introducedĀ in the same interview as asserting that Venus has an atmosphere much like Earth’s?

John Lear suspects that Venus does not have the sulfuric acid atmosphere with an 800 degree temperature that we’ve all been led to believe and instead is a planet very similar to ours, but with a similar, but much more technologically advanced civilization.

November 2, 2003 was a critical time when gaping holes in the official 9/11 theory were unknown to most, including myself, and the mention of his beliefs about Venus and alleged advanced structures on the Moon no doubt made a lot of listeners view his statements on 9/11 with the same skepticism if not outright ridicule that they viewed his statements on Venus and the Moon.

In any case, it demonstrates that one must roll up one’s sleeves and sort out fact from fiction. Unlike 9/11, there isn’t much of a motive for some credentialed scientists to fool us about the true nature of Venus, and I think that we should take his statements on 9/11 seriously and set aside his statements on Venus and the Moon until he starts coming forth with extraordinary evidence for his extraordinary claims.

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