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Saturday, April 15, 2006

Thinking About 9/11

There are really four basic questions a person should ask themself about 9/11:

1) who benefited?

2) could someone besides muslim terrorists have been duplicitous and evil enough to kill so many people?

3) did US officials have forewarnings of the attacks?

4) is incompetence truly enough to account for everything that happened on and before 9/11?

Finally-- be honest with yourself. Don't have preconceptions about good guys and bad guys, and don't let the emotions of that terrible day cloud your thinking.

Finally, the idea that 9/11 was a secret conspiracy, a false-flag operation by portions of the US govt does not rest on ONE PIECE of evidence. Rather it is a cumulative argument. The more suspicious evidence one finds, the more that argument is strengthened. There are many many strands of evidence pointing to 9/11 being an inside job, it is an odds argument. Even if some or even many of the pieces of evidence are wrong or severely misconstrued, what are the chances of ALL evidence being debunked? Particularly this is the case when so many aspects of 9/11 have no satisfying explanations.

There are lots and lots of good sites and books out there that can walk someone through the evidence, many are linked at the side.

This list of frequently asked questions is useful in explaining how 9/11 could be a false-flag govt covert operation.

1 Comments:

Blogger Conspiracy Smasher said...

The fifth thing you need to ask (without first laughing) is did holographic planes hit the WTC? (OK now you can laugh...)

4:54 PM  

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