posted on Oct, 27 2014 @ 09:33 PM
a reply to: cardinalfan0596
I am not aware of any air crash that is standard, they all have their own causes, faults and implications. What I was asking for was the standard
methodology used to assess the incident and identify the causes. Flight 93 is not the only incident that day to get its investigation mistreated with
rumor and innuendo throughout the media. The reasons of national security that stopped further investigation of very important questions throughout
the 9/11 commission highlights a deep and systemic problem.
While some of the polling results do vary, over 50% of Americans know there are big problems with the 9/11 story. In Germany it is around 80-90% that
put the blame within the US government, either by intentionally allowing it to happen or performing it all. Iran has been saying it for years at the
United Nations, generally causing the US, Britain and Australia to walk out.
It is in the national interest to look like a goose on the international stage? Is it in the national interest for the worlds police force to be bent
and corrupt without any standards of investigation? Is it in the national interest to have some kind of Hitler complex and go on campaign? Is it in
the national interest to have to lie and deceive ourselfs for the sacrifice?
When looking at the amount and quality of investigation that goes on for one murder trial, surly the death of millions does deserve as much, if not