First, let's do Star Trek 2, or as it's more commonly known, The Wrath of Khan. The movie starts out with two members of the crew from the U.S.S. Reliant go to a planet in the Ceti Alpha system. They find Khan and many of his followers are still alive there after being marooned by James T. Kirk (the captain of the Enterprise) years earlier. The planet is a dead and barren wasteland with never-ending sandstorms. Below is a screenshot of it.
Gee. Doesn't this look familiar? A desert with sandstorms? Reminds you of Saudi Arabia, or anywhere in general in the Middle East right?
Anyway, here's a screenshot of Khan's crew on the planet.
Dressed in robes with what look like burkas on their heads?
As for Khan himself, his full name is Khan Noonien Singh. The character is from the Middle East originally.
Khan Noonien Singh=75 & 87
Muslim=75 & 87
Moving on, Khan's crew hijacks the U.S.S. Reliant and sets a course to get revenge on Kirk. By the way:
A screenshot of Khan's crew on the Reliant.
Khan eventually finds the Enterprise and in a "surprise attack" seriously damages the Enterprise. Now, remember what I said about the Enterprise having 9/11 encoded in it? Khan, being a Muslim, "attacks" the Enterprise. The Enterprise in the original movies was a stand-in for the original World Trade Center! Do you see where I'm going with this?
Later in the movie, Khan gets his hands on the Genesis Device, which in the film, is a missile that when detonated on a dead planet creates new life. At the end of the movie, the Enterprise damages the Reliant to the point that it's pretty much inoperable. As a last resort, Khan initiates the Genesis Device with the intent of blowing up the Reliant and the Enterprise. HA! Can anyone say "suicide bomber"? Anyway, the Enterprise escapes, and the Reliant gets destroyed.
The movie was released on 6/4/1982
Remember, September 11th is the day that leaves 111 days in the year.
Now, onto Star Trek 3.
The main "antagonists" in that film were the Klingons.
In this movie, the Klingons want the Genesis device to protect themselves because they fear the United Federation of Planets will use it on them to wipe out their race. Sounds eerily familiar doesn't it? The United Federation of Planets was basically a stand in for the U.N. and NATO in Star Trek. Hasn't NATO been pillaging the lands of the Middle East for the last 70 years? Yet, they've conditioned the sheep that Muslims are the bad guys.
Moving on, later on in the movie, the Klingons and the Enterprise have a confrontation, and the Klingons kill Kirk's son. Kirk than sets up a meeting with the Klingons on the Enterprise, but he's really setting up a trap for them. Kirk and his crew desert the Enterprise right before the Klingons arrive, but the Klingons discover Kirk started the self-destruct countdown on the Enterprise. It blows up with them on it. Again, another subliminal reference to "suicide bombing."
Remember, the Enterprise was a stand in for the World Trade Center, so how fitting that the Enterprise gets "blown up" with Klingons, who are the stand in for Muslims, on it!
Here are a few screenshots of the Enterprise's destruction.
The release date for Star Trek 3 was 6/1/1984 Figures it would be 1984 right? HA!
6+1+19+84=110 There's your 11 again.
And now for the best part....
At the end of Star Trek 4, the crew of the Enterprise returns home and is rewarded with a brand new...wait for it....
Yep! A brand new Enterprise. Doesn't this seem like deja vu? The old Enterprise was destroyed, and a new one is built to replace the old one. Hmmmm... Sounds like the story of the World Trade Center to me. The original towers were destroyed, and a brand new one was built to replace it.
There you have it folks. Before I woke up, I used to love Star Trek, which is how I know so much about the movies. Now, I can never look at them the same way ever again. None of this should be a surprise to anyone who's wide awake since Star Trek was created by a Jew.
One last note: Look at the logo for the United Nations and the United Federation of Planets.
First the U.N.
There's the United Federation of Planets. As you can see they are both identical. The mocking couldn't be any thicker.