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911 was such a massive pile of of bolts and rubble that I haven't even tried to decipher it all. I've enough worry to deal with. I was convinced that something was amiss when I saw building 7 fall in its foot print with no plane strike or fire. And of course the tiny hole in the pentagon where a jet was supposed to have gone through was pretty damaging to the original story. And then of course the news lady mentioning a fallen building that hadn't even fallen yet
originally posted by: cardinalfan0596
a reply to: Trucker1
You can always tell when a new group of folks "find" 9/11 "truth". They trot out the same BS stories about that day. The Pentagon was missing 2.3 trillion in cash, so they destroyed the records. Complete and total BS, always has been, always will be. At the time, 2.3 trillion dollars, would have been SIX YEARS worth of Defense budgets. In other words, for six years no one got paid, no supplies were bought, no other bills were paid. That is what it would have meant for 2.3 trillion dollars to be "missing" Now, if you want to actually research, you will find it was about making accounting adjustments to balance books that do not have enough documentation. It was never about missing cash....and, it is still a problem.
THE GOLD WAS STOLEN!!!! Again, more BS. There was a scheduled transfer going on, nothing more. And actually, if you again, so some research you will find stories about recovery/clean up workers eating their lunches sitting on piles of gold bricks.
originally posted by: kwakakev
a reply to: stonerwilliam
Considering the psychology of these terrorists, of course they are going to grab what loot they can. One truck full of gold was found in the ashes of the clean up with reports of many trucks full of gold making it out. A Billion dollar booty in the basement does sound reasonable.
Not everyone got a hair cut that day. The bad guys done quite well. Many investigations into big money insider trading got destroyed. A meeting of whistle blowers at one of the top floors that morning also put a quick end to most of their concerns. The manager of that meeting teleconferenced from home. One of the whistle blowers, Richard Andrew Grove did get stuck in traffic that morning and has since got his story out.