posted on Feb, 7 2017 @ 12:40 PM
Was going to post this in another forum, but I was denied access for lack of something. I just recently got bombarded by 9/11 documentaries and I
just wanted to say a few things.
First, that was the saddest day in my life to that point and has been the source for much of my sadness since it happened.
There were so many people affected by that whole experience and as a world we have changed monumentally since.
I will not even try to prove the existence of a conspiracy, but there clearly was something not right about how it was reported and how it was reacted
to by various individuals or agencies that were involved.
I think a great disservice was done to all the families that lost loved ones in how the investigation was handled, by our government and the NIST
15 years later and we still are no closer to the truth now. There has been much speculation and an Official Story, some believe and some do not.
Many things that have happened in our history have been reported to be one thing when they were part of a more sinister agenda.
It is difficult for me to understand the evilness and vileness that has been displayed when dealing with this subject and the repercussions that have
followed and reverberated throughout the world.
My heart goes out to anyone that was specifically affected by the losses of that day and the resulting chaos that has been inflicted in the countries
America deemed responsible; with very little concrete evidence to support the decisions made for attacking those countries and for the restrictions of
various freedoms endured.
There are many unanswered questions that I do not think we will ever get the answers to.
I am just so sad every time I get a reminder of that day and the world we live in as a result.
I know what I think I saw. I followed all of the reports as they came out. I have lived with the horror since it happened and get constant
reminders. I really have a hard time accepting the Official Story or the findings of the NIST report; they just don't jibe with my Spidey senses.