The Lone Gunmen is an American science fiction television series created by Chris Carter and broadcast on Fox.While there may be those that try to take advantage of these type situations to achieve their agenda, I don't think one can say they are orchestrated or planned.
In any such events there will always be those that trully think they saw something different. You can easily get many different stories from "eye" witnesses.
Your prediction that there will be more is not a problem for my understanding. There will always be copycats that think they can achieve their 15 minutes of fame, but to say they are planned by some organization is nonsense and while you claim to be open-minded, you are very close minded and try to blame all evil within the world on a single group or organization. And while I dont wish to stoke your fire, I will always consider it to be nonsense.
Gun control or attempting to place people in FEMA camps could well be the cause of the next CIVIL War rather than achieve World PEACE.
Unlike The X-Files, whose storylines dealt mainly with supernatural creatures and government alien conspiracies, episodes of The Lone Gunmen generally featured more "plausible" plots, such as government sponsored terrorism, the creeping government-induced police state surveillance society, cheating husbands, corporate crime, arms-dealers, and escaped Nazis. The show had a light atmosphere and focused heavily on physical comedy. The trio were often aided (and sometimes hindered) by a mysterious thief named Yves Adele Harlow (Zuleikha Robinson).
The plot of the first episode, which aired March 4, 2001, involves a US government conspiracy to hijack an airliner, fly it into the World Trade Center and blame it on terrorists, thereby gaining support for a new profit-making war.
Parallels of this plotted scenario of government conspiracy to revitalize its war industry, to the events of 9/11 in this episode are noteworthy, if not uncanny, since the episode was aired six months prior to 9/11.
The pilot episode depicted a plane being flown into the New York World Trade Center; it originally aired six months before 9/11. Foreshadowing a number of conspiracy theories which would arise in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks, the plot of the March 4, 2001 episode depicts a secret faction within the US government plotting to hijack a Boeing 727 and fly it into the World Trade Center by remote control. The stated motive was to increase the military defense budget by blaming the attack on foreign interests. In the episode, the plot is foiled by the protagonists, who board the doomed plane and deactivate the malicious autopilot system just seconds before the plane would have reached the World Trade Center.