posted on Sep, 6 2003 @ 07:39 AM
Paradigms decide what is factuall, we have to have a basis.
As for 9/11, i don't believe we will ever know the whole truth, unsurprisingly. I think any chance of finding out the truth was destroyed inside the
Pentagon on 9/11. I doubt we will know any more in 10 years than we do now. The internet generation however are not easily fooled and i for one will
go to my grave asking the unanswered questions about 9/11. If the truth did start to come out, it would come in drips, and i think every question
answered would pose five new questions, the search is perpetual.
9/11 was a turning point in history, it will shape the world we live in, in the future, it will be talked about till the end of time, i feel that
myself and others who think alike have a responsability to ensure that history remembers all of the 9/11 debate, the PNAC reports, the Bush-Bin Laden
connection, the Israeli spy ring, Bush's suspicios moves on the day, the ignored warnings, the reports that some hijackers were trained at US
military bases, the fact that the black boxes on the planes were destroyed but Atta's passport escaped in perfect condition, the fact that Bin-Laden
denied involvement in the attacks he had been so proud of days earlier.
Michael Meacher proved today in his article that those of us with our eyes open are being heard, and must not stop looking, future generations would
never forgive us for taking our eyes off the ball.