I’m finding more strange ‘survivor’ stories that don’t really make sense.
In this post, I just want to collate more of those details, before they disappear down the memory hole, and then sum up where we’ve got to so far, in figuring out what really happened that night, at 8777 Collins Avenue.
Survivor Story 1: Helped by security guard, no mention of any loud construction noise preceding the collapse.
If you go HERE, you’ll find an interview with a 64 year old woman who lived in the Champlain Towers South, who says she saw a crack suddenly appear in the wall, then decided to rush out of the building, down the stairs, just before it collapsed.
She says she got out, down the stairs, in three seconds.
Then, the TV anchor tells us (54 seconds in):
“As she emerges from the ground floor, a security guard is there, helping the grandmother of three climb over walls.”
The back half of the building totally collapsed, start to finish, in 12 seconds flat.
So it’s likely that this grandma was either living in the front part of the building, that didn’t actually collapse, or the section of the building at the back, on the right of the collapsed section, that also stayed standing.
Also, is this meant to be the same security guard that Sarah Nir says didn’t believe her that the “garage was collapsing” in front of their faces – even though presumably, he could look out the window for himself and clearly see if that was happening, or not?
Also, this grandma apparently makes no mention of the loud ‘construction noise’ that according to Mr Nir’s account, above, was going on for a full two hours before the building fell.
Survivor Story 2: She hears an unusual noise, and then feels shaking, and then the building around her collapses.
HERE’s another first-hand account, from Sharon Shecter – who again, like all the survivors who walked out under their own steam, lived in the still-standing parts of Champlain Towers, on the 11th floor.
There are two parts of the structure still standing: the front section, to the left of the collapse, and also the very back section, to the right of it.
Here’s a partial transcript of what she says:
[As Sharon Shecter was fast asleep…]
I started hearing noise that was a little unusual…It felt like the whole building was shaking.
[She looked outside to see what was wrong.]
I realised. I said Oh my God! Where’s the building? There’s no building…. I literally walked out with nothing.
A common theme in many of these ‘survivor’ accounts is that they open the door to where the stairwell was – to find it’s gone, or totally blocked with rubble.
It’s like a surgical amputation of the structure occurred, exactly where the stairwells were, on both sides of the collapse.
The stairwells are where we see those strange flashes of light in the original video, as the building is ‘collapsed’.
Survivor Story 3: Hears ‘loudest thunder’, then 5 seconds later room starts to shake, then dust starts to fall from the ceiling – and then building collapses around his unit.
This account, HERE, is highly significant, and it’s from Steve Rosenthal, who lived in a unit that stayed intact on the 7th floor.
I’m transcribing most of it, so we can keep this information together, going forward. And then at the bottom, we’ll sum up where we’ve got to with the ‘survivor accounts’ from Surfside.
Last Thursday morning, I was asleep in bed, about 1:30, when I heard the loudest thunder I’ve ever heard in my life, times a hundred.
I went, ok, you know, we got a big storm coming into Miami, a major storm, it’s humid, it’s hot, June. No big deal.
Five seconds later the bed starts to shake, the room starts to shake and I honestly thought I was a dream in California, in an earthquake.
That’s all that came to me. It’s a dream.
Five seconds later, dust starts falling from the ceiling, hitting my face, I’m feeling it. I go ok, it’s an earthquake. A one in a ten thousand year earthquake that’s hit Florida in my life. I’m in it.
I jump out of bed, I run to the balcony, I run to the living room, open the sliding glass door to see what kind of damage is done to the city of Miami, as far as an earthquake is concerned, and its all dust. I can’t see anything. I run to the front door to open the door to the hallway. I can’t see anything. It’s all dust. Toxic dust just slammed on me.
I run to the bedroom. Power’s out. Put on a pair of jeans, put on a pair of pants, the t-shirt that I’m wearing, pack a bag,…and open up the door to the hallway again and I see what you’re seeing right now. That everything had collapsed.
And the unit next to me is 704, and I’m hearing – I’m assuming it’s Dan [?] – help me, help me, please get me out. I just found out today, they died. I’m one unit from them. If I’m in that unit, I’m dead.
Go to the balcony, I see 10 fire rescuers, 20 fire rescuers, 30 fire rescuers. and all this time, at this point now, I know it’s not an earthquake because I don’t see any damage across the street.
So we’re thinking, it’s the roof! Because there was roof construction going on. Then someone, another resident, said: The whole back of the building collapsed.
Once I opened up the door to the hallway, I saw all the concrete and everything just collapsed.
So there was just no way! I mean, I couldn’t go down the fire escape, or the steps, or anything, because who knows what was going on over there. One way the hallway was impassable. The other one, too scared, so all you could do was go to the balcony and wait to be rescued from Fire and Rescue. That was it.
[Talking about the subsidence to the building over the years and the plans to ‘upgrade’ the building:]
I was aware that we needed some work done. It’s 40 years.
They assessed us $15 million dollars. Mine was $135,000 dollars, payable about $800 a month for 15 years. It was like a second mortgage.
But you know, they wanted to upgrade the building. We had to upgrade it.
No-one that I know of thought anything like this. We saw cracks in the balcony, we saw cracks here, we saw cracks there. We saw the garage ceiling peeling a little bit. Nothing like this. Nothing like this at all….
[Anchor asks if he ever thought about leaving the building, after the 2018 report identifying some structural issue about it.]
[T]he elected board of directors…make the decisions. And I’m not competent enough to know about rebars and concrete and sand. If they say they want to do this, they want to do that, ok, let’s go ahead and do it.
You know Surfside has become a very hot area. And I guess they wanted to, you know, they needed to upgrade the building. No question about it.
[Anchor explains Steve is the first individual to sue Champlain Towers after the South Tower fell. She asks: Why are you suing exactly now? Because the investigations will come?]
The lawyer said you need to protect your interest. And it doesn’t matter if you are the first one, or the hundredth one. Whatever the insurance company is going to do, whether they’re going to do it to me, they’re going to do it to the 100th person, or the 95th person. It doesn’t matter. And I just wanted to get it out of the way.
There’s no question, everyone is going to file a law suit. Everyone. Every unit owner, every family member. I just happen to be the first one. That’s all.
The Red Cross is putting us up at the Marriott Surfside here, a lot of us [survivors from the building] are staying here.
We all were talking, and some people [who survived were at other locations that night]. And I know someone else who happened to get out just a minute before. There are a few people who survived just by chance and just by luck. But if you were sleeping, if you weren’t up. You’re gone…
LET’S PULL THINGS TOGETHER.
Multiple witnesses describe strange noises before the collapse happened.
Sarah Nir and her family speak of loud ‘construction noise’ that was apparently going on from 11pm for two hours, before the building collapses.
Sharon Shecter describes hearing a noise that was a ‘little unusual’.
And Steve Rosenthal describes ‘the loudest thunder he’s ever heard in his life, times 100’.
All these strange noises occur before there is any shaking felt in the building, or any dust starts to fall from the ceilings.
2. The only video that has been published of the collapse happening shows a number of strange light flashes occurring in the seconds immediately before and during the ‘controlled demolition’.
Survivor Barry Cohen said:
First we heard a crash of lightning, I thought it was lightning. And it went on for 30 seconds I’d say, at least.
And it was as loud as you could ever… the loudest thing I’ve ever heard.
Now I know what a building collapsing sounds like.
Only the parts of the building that has these ‘flashing lights’ collapsed.
3. The central and back part of the Champlain Towers building collapse separately, but within 12 seconds.
The building ‘pancakes down’ in a way you ONLY see with controlled demolitions, where the supporting vertical beams are all blown out together, to cause the building to ‘fall in’ on itself.
4. The 2018 report identifies some minor areas of structural building maintenance. The Executive Board decide to use the opportunity to generally ‘upgrade’ the building, too.
Residents notice there is some minor cracking of balconies, and peeling of the garage ceiling. But they are not informed that the ‘structural damage’ to the building is anything more than routine, and relatively minor, nor that there is any suggestion that the building is at risk of collapsing, due to the issues identified.
The building owners are asked to pay $15 million to ‘upgrade’ the building, which Steve Rosenthal describes as effectively having to pay a ‘second mortgage’.
5. Surfside real estate has become very ‘hot’ in recent years.
While apartments in Champlain Towers are going for an average of $600-700k, apartments in new developments on Collins Avenue are now selling for even 10 times as much.
So, there could be a definite ‘real estate’ angle to trying to scare residents in old beachfront properties to move out or sell cheaply, either by suggesting their building is going to collapse on them in the middle of the night, and / or by assessing them for such exorbitant amounts for ‘infrastructure repair’ and building upgrade, that they feel they have no choice to but sell up and move out.
6. The media keeps running stories about what happened that don’t add up.
Like swimming pools disappearing into sink holes, when they didn’t.
And also, they have been pushing the ‘are you scared to live in your building now’ line relentlessly, in all their interviews.
7. The US government is currently trying to pass what they are calling a $3 trillion ‘infrastructure’ bill.
White House prepares massive infrastructure bill with universal pre-K, free community college, climate measures.
But we already know, don’t we, that all this money is just going to go into the pockets of those few people, running those few organisations, that already own and control everything else.
It’s amazing timing, that just before this infrastructure bill comes up for a vote under the Biden government, a 40 year old condo suddenly ‘collapses’ in such dramatic fashion, killing 150 people, in a way that has never been seen anywhere in the US since 1922…
(Outside of the ‘controlled demolitions’ that occurred on 9/11…)
I got sent this video, in Dutch but with English subtitles, that actually does a very good job of explaining how Black Rock and Vanguard actually own the shares of EVERYTHING, EVERY BIG COMPANY YOU CAN THINK OF.
And that Vanguard itself actually owns the shares of Black Rock.
And that no-one knows who ‘owns’ Vanguard, because that information is not in the public domain.
I played it double-time, and read the English subtitles fast – and it was very informative.
There’s clearly a lot more to say.
One thing is clear from the survivor accounts that are filtering out, and also that one video showing the flashing lights, and how fast the building came down, that THE BUILDING WAS DELIBERATELY BROUGHT DOWN.
And someone in US Military, the ‘Deep State’, the US government, knows exactly how and why that was done.
At some point soon, we need to talk more about ‘Directed Energy Weapons’, which I know sound so cringe-y and conspiracy theory-y – but which are actually totally real.
And all this also connects up with Covid 19, and DNA Origami and Erev Rav people with long beards, and Jeffrey Epstein, and the ‘Great Reset’.
There is so much misinformation, it’s hard to know where to begin.
But we’ll keep peeling the information onion, one layer at a time, with God’s help, until we get there.
Take a look at this, a video of Sarah and Chani Nir ‘returning to the site’ a few days after the building collapse, being interviewed by CNN:
I’ve noticed this before with CNN videos with people ‘at the scene’ in Surfside, but this appears to have been filmed against a green screen, then ‘transposed’ to make it look like they are actually on the street there.
I.E.: They aren’t really there, standing next to the building, but in some CNN studio somewhere else.
Why do that?
Especially as Mr Nir explained the family is staying at the Residence Inn, that is literally 700 metres up the road from their building.
And again, there’s this perplexing issue of how Sarah Nir could see the garage collapsing.
Let’s just cover that angle again.
Mrs Nir says in this interview that a wall separates her ground floor apartment from the security guy in the lobby:
The shot above is the concierge’s desk in the lobby of the Champlain Towers.
You can see there is a door behind, which presumably leads off to the ground floor apartments, including Sarah Nir’s, on the LEFT hand side of the building.
If Mrs Nir was talking to the guard, then all she can see is the wall behind him, and the hall leading to her own apartment.
If she’s facing AWAY from the guard, then all she can see (through a window and the far end of the lobby…) is part of the external carpark on the right-hand side of the building, marked below. (And remember, all this was meant to be happening at 1:30 at night, when it’s dark…)
BUT THAT CARPARK DIDN’T COLLAPSE!
Not even after the back of the building came down. Here’s the shots that prove that:
And if you want to tell me that she saw the underground parking collapsing – how is that possible?
Presumably, you could only see that from inside the building on the ground floor if the floor you are standing on suddenly collapsed too, or rent in two.
That didn’t happen. So unless she had x-ray vision and could somehow see through the floor, Mrs Nir didn’t see any garage collapse that night.
But why would she lie – repeatedly – about this crucial piece of information?
As I was pondering that, I saw this comment on the end of THIS article.
I think he said 6 floors collapsed under ground and 7 collapsed on top of the ground. The garage sank and took 6 floors with it. But the distribution is interesting…6 below and 7 above. It also means that a very big hole had opened up beneath the parking garage which was the first to collapse.
The ‘he’ being referred to appears to be one of the Israeli army engineers who got flown in to help with the rescue effort. But this is the first I heard of ‘6 floors collapsing’ underground, or the ‘garage sinking and taken 6 floors with it.’
Can anyone send me a link to the clip where this being said, or tell me who actually said it?
And again, the images from the site post-collapse just don’t accord with that story.
Look at this screenshot again, below.
And then beneath that, I finally figured out how to embed the whole video, from Twitter:
איך נראה חילוץ מתחת לפני הקרקע? כך:https://t.co/wlERxwuuCs
— Nir Oz (@Nir0z) June 24, 2021
How big is this underground parking meant to be, that six stories can apparently ‘collapse down into it’, and yet there is still space for the Fire and Rescue workers to be walking all around it like this?
And take a look at this shot, by the pool deck post-collapse.
This image suggests that the pool deck only cracked because of the force of the building that was brought down next to it.
The pool deck is OVER the underground parking lot.
Yet neither of the pools ‘sunk’ into the ground before, during or after this massive sink hole is meant to have opened up and swallowed the garage and half the building.
And here’s the thing: why would only half the building sheer off and pancake down, along such surgically-precise lines, and disappear into a sink hole, without at least pulling the rest of the building it was attached to partially down with it?
Go back and watch the video again.
It’s clear as daylight that the support pillars were blown out, and only then the building collapsed FROM THE TOP DOWN.
That building was brought down deliberately, with a ‘Directed Energy Weapon’.
It’s new technology (to us…) so we don’t how these things work.
We don’t understand that the ‘whisper quiet’ demolition occurs with sounds like extreme thunder and lighting, and with pulsed light, and who knows what else.
We don’t know that it literally ‘disintegrates’ the target – and everything inside it – which is why they are struggling mightily to recover anything that really looks like human remains; and why we can’t see any twisted refrigerators, or other large appliances that would still LOOK like appliances, just badly crushed, in that big pile of dust.
So now, they need a cover story to explain where all this people went, where all this ‘stuff’ went, and of course, how this building collapsed like that in the first place, with such speed and awesome precision.
And it’s strange how the Israelis involved in this story are the ones stepping forward to provide it.
The information about how these weapons work – and how they were used in the attacks on the World Trade Centre – has been ‘out there’ for a decade already, and I hope to get up to speed soon on that subject, and share that information with you as soon as I can.
Because I’m getting a strong sense of deja vu about all this.
I went to do a bit of quick checking, to see if CNN has used green screens before in their ‘live’ coverage. Guess what? Yup.
Apparently CNN uses ‘green screen’ interviews all the time, when they are engaged in creating fake news.
This excerpt comes from HERE:
Since not long after their inception, CNN has been caught multiple times throughout the years manipulating the public with sensationalism, favoritism, purposely misrepresenting reality and a multitude of other examples.
One of the most poignant of those was back in the Gulf War era, when it was revealed that CNN had been fabricating on location news events. Pretending to be reporting in dangerous locations overseas, but instead from the comfort of CNN’s Atlanta studios, in front of a blue-screen, or green-screen. Using a technology known as “chroma key.”And if your first thought was something like “that was a long time ago,” the very same thing took place as recently as just after the alleged Sandy Hook school shooting tragedy, when it was Andersen Cooper’s turn to pretend to be filming on location at a memorial in Newtown, Connecticut. But was instead found to have been reporting again from CNN studios, in front of a blue or green-screen. Something he was later confronted about, despite it not being the first time Cooper had been found to have been fabricating the news.
And then there’s the times when CNN reporters are caught pretending to be filming on location from multiple different areas. Only to be found shooting from the same parking lot, just from two different vantage points, etc.
Is Sara Nir and her family really in Surfside right now, or was the whole ‘miraculous story’ made up from start to finish?
IF she’s there, staying 700 metres up the street from her now collapsed apartment building in the local Residence Inn – why did CNN need to ‘green screen’ an interview with her and her daughter?
And if she’s NOT there….
Then the twists in this story are becoming even more remarkable.
But that would also explain ‘small details’ like how Mr Nir can claim his son was the first person to call the police – six times! – and no-one responded, while Steve Rosenthal, above, said that as soon as he could see through the dust post-collapse, he saw tens of Fire and Rescue people already on the scene, trying to help people.
One person is lying, and one person is not.
And it also helps to explain how Mrs Nir can run up and down the same 700 metre stretch of road for 4 hours, while somehow managing to keep missing her son, who according to his father was stood right next to the collapsed building the whole time, hoping to re-enter and get his resume.
And also, how none of those rescue workers or police apparently saw Mrs Nir running up and down Collins Avenue for four hours looking for some water, even though presumably they’d have been happy to help arrange that for her, if she’d only slowed down long enough to ask them.
And how Mrs Nir ‘saw a garage collapse’, miraculously, through the floor, while still being able to return to her own apartment, collect her kids and get out the front lobby doors.
It’s a ‘miracle story’ in the best tradition of miracle stories…
PS: The last word, for this post:
Pay attention to this, pulled out from above:
Pretending to be reporting in dangerous locations overseas, but instead from the comfort of CNN’s Atlanta studios, in front of a blue-screen, or green-screen. Using a technology known as “chroma key.”
And now, here’s a snippet from the transcript of Mr Nir’s interview from the Yiddish site, brought in full HERE:
[5.25 min] I was in Atlanta. And they called me at 1:30 screaming and yelling and my wife, errr… When they ran with all the dust, the white dust and everything, my wife said, ‘I can’t breathe, I need water’. And nobody opened, nobody do nothing. Nobody was there.
Hey, fancy that!
CNN does all their scripted, fake news pieces against a green screen in Atlanta…. and that just so happens to be the location of Mr Nir.
What a CO-IN-CID-ENCE.
I went to check where the CNN studios are, in Miami.
The short answer is: CNN only has their studio in Atlanta.
Although there is something called ‘CNN Espanol’, that is a few miles away in Miami Beach.
Also, this video just surfaced, showing water leaking in the underground parking, apparently 7 minutes before it fell down.
And strangely, someone was awake at 1:23 am to record that leaking water pipe for posterity.
I just got this link via email. It’s yet another version of the ‘Nir family’ escape story from Hamodia, which again doesn’t jive with the previous versions.
I’m copying the relevant snippet below.
All this is meant to have happened AFTER the rest of the building had already collapsed.
On the first floor, recent college graduate Gabriel Nir had just finished a late night workout and was in the kitchen cooking salmon.
The family heard the first thunderous rumble. They knew the building was undergoing construction and had been irritated by the incessant noise, but this felt different.
They rushed to the lobby. Outside, they noticed the car deck had caved into the parking garage. Car alarms were blaring, emergency lights were flashing and water was rapidly filling the garage where pipes had burst.
Choking dust cloud was making it difficult to see. Residents from upstairs were running out the door screaming, many still in pajamas.
It was getting harder to breathe. The rumbling intensified, and Gabriel pushed his mom and sister into the street.
“Run, run,” he ordered.
Tiny rocks and bits of debris pelted his head as he turned back to face the image that still haunts him.
“I saw the building turning into a white dust,” he says. “I heard people screaming.”
“I have to go back. I have to make sure everyone’s OK,” he said.
But he knew it was too late.
Again, the rest of the building fell down in 12 seconds flat, from start to end.
So the timing of all this just doesn’t fit the facts.
Also, how could they see that the: car deck had caved into the parking garage when this version of the story takes place just after the rest of the building has collapsed, and there is no electricity and also thick choking dust is everywhere obscuring the view even more.
(And btw, this suggests that the car deck collapse only happened AFTER the building collapsed, as collateral damage, and not BEFORE, as Sarah Nir has said in her multiple versions of ‘the story’. That means there was no ‘underground collapse’ that pre-empted what happened next.)
Why lie about all this?
Why all the radically different versions of the Nir family story, that don’t accord with the few facts that we know to be true, like the building collapsing in 12 seconds?
That is the question.
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