Water, Not Foam

by Carol A. Valentine
President, Public Action, Inc. http://holocausts.org/
Copyright, April, 2018
May be reproduced for non-commercial purposes



April 19, 2018 — When the Pentagon RESCUE? Open Bloody Questions by Carol Valentine was first published by Public Action, all pictures of Pentagon fire showed the crews "fighting" the fire with water.  None showed foam.  Water on a petroleum fire, of course, will simply spread the conflagation and do more damage.

A few months after the article was published, many months after the incident, foam pictures appeared on the Internet.  The catch-up news was almost commical. 

But those times are now far in past for most people.  No one remembers which pictures were published when, and the rewrite of history has been completed.

But soft, what light from yonder window breaks?  So much time has passed since September 11, 2001, not only has the public forgotten, the manipulators of history have also forgotten.  Once again, the original pictures of water sprayed on the (allegedly) petroleum fire are appearing on the Internet and in the archives of various agencies.

Here is a survey of those archives where the rewriters of history have forgotten what we were supposed to forget.  Click on any image to see full size.

Getty Images
. "The Washington Momument stands in the background as firefighters pour water on a fire at the Pentagon that was caused by a hijacked plane crashing into the building September 11, 2001 in Washington, DC. September 11, 2001," Getty Images.
The Wisdom Fund
. "Why Was FMFD Unit 161 at the Pentagon Before the 'Crash of Flight 77'?" The Wisdom Fund, November 23, 2017.
The Army Nurse Corps Association
. "After the Pentagon Attack: One Nurse's Response," The Army Nurse Corps Association.
. "Fire truck dousing flames at the Pentagon following terrorist attack using hijacked jetliner.  September 11, 2001," Getty Images .
. "An emergency vehicle fights a fire at the Pentagon in Washington 11 September, 2001 hours after a hijacked airplane crashed into the Pentagon. AFP PHOTO/ Stephen JAFFE," .
USA Today, Sept. 10, 2016
. "10 things you may have forgotten about 9/11," USA Today, Sept. 10, 2016.
Wikipedia 911
. "Firefighters struggle to contain the fire, after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the Pentagon. ... U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate First Class Dewitt D. Roseborough III," Wikipedia, .
. "9/11 Inside The Pentagon," .
Arlington Fire Journal, March 18, 2005.jpg
. "Attack on the Pentagon - Sept. 11, 2001," Arlington Fire Journal, March 18, 2005.
Arlington Fire Journal
. "Attack on the Pentagon - Sept. 11, 2001," Arlington Fire Journal, March 18, 2005.
NBC News
. "'The Forgotten 9/11': Returning to the Pentagon 15 Years Later," NBC News, Sep 06, 2016.