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The Lone Gunmen
Pilot episode of X-Files spin off an insider 911 warning or sick conditioning?
The X-Files spinoff shows a government plan to remote-control a plane to crash into The World Trade Center and trigger war just like Pentagon's Operation Northwoods.
The only difference is that the airliner crew got help to unlock their flight controls and save all lives - Hollywood always lies about reality. The show premiered
in March 2001, in the Sunday Timeslot of The X-Files to gain some extra exposure for its first four episodes. It finally settled into its Friday 9:00 PM slot on FOX.

Ladies and Gentlemen, this is either someone somewhere within the establishment trying to desperately get out a warning or it is more likely an evil Government operation. The show has been used to subconsciously manipulate people to believe that if these events did actually happen, it would be like a film, not a part of reality, therefore we should not worry too much. Anyone who would dare to say that the Government were responsible for such terrorist attacks would immediately be branded a "lunitic conspiracy theorist, like those guys from the X-Files." This is one of the sickest depraved operations that could possibley be devised, it is conditioning on a mass scale. Anyway, lets get to the events of the Lone Gunmen episode.

Episode Summary
 
They realize that the airplane will be remote controlled, just like Bert's car was. Talking by phone to the Gunmen's office, Byers asks Langly and Frohike to hack into the aircraft controls. They do and discover that the plane is programmed to crash into the World Trade Center. Bert enters the cockpit and tries to warn the aircrew, but they don't believe him. Making a lunge, he deactivates the autopilot and the crew realizes that they are not in control. They have 22 minutes before they hit the building. Langly can't break the encryption on the aircraft control system --- his computer doesn't have the processing power and the computer keeps freezing. Frohike slips next door to the firing range and finds Yves there. He needs the Octium but she is not impressed by the need to save people's lives. Frohike points out that her name is an anagram for "Lee Harvey Oswald" and says he knows who she is. She uses the Octium in her laptop to somehow assist Langly break the encryption and give the pilots control of the aircraft again. The plane barely misses the skyscraper.

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