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Audio:FDNY;"we're bringing it (WTC7) down"

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posted on Feb, 14 2006 @ 08:24 PM
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Originally posted by Style

Originally posted by count zero
What I find to be a little shady is the almost unanimous vote
to ban public smoking in NYC in 2002. Was this a ploy to decrease
smoking so as to prevent a sharp rise in lung cancer victims
in NYC, which would have led to an investigation into the toxic air
quality at ground zero? Or was Bloomburg just protecting public
health?


it depends. when they said to ban public smoking, do they mean specifically inside only buildings or on the street also.

Here in California smoking is already banned inside of public buildings.

All public buildings, including restaurants and bars, just like CA.




posted on Feb, 18 2006 @ 07:30 PM
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Come now.

It is on the record that the building was pulled. Every demolition expert will tell you after watching the footage of the collapse that it was a controlled demolition.

What they will also tell you is that to pull a building like #7 it would take a preparation of at least five days to determine where to place the explosives, so that the walls remain within the footprint.

So, five DAYS, not hours. Ergo, building was pulled, explosives were already in the building before the attack, thus exposing massive conspiracy in NYC. Ignore, debunk, ridicule. Only weapons against the truth these days it seems. Watch Painful Deceptions by Eric Hufschmid, even though he has a very annoying voice at times, he rules for research.

HTG



posted on Feb, 19 2006 @ 02:09 AM
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Originally posted by count zero

Originally posted by Style

Originally posted by count zero
What I find to be a little shady is the almost unanimous vote
to ban public smoking in NYC in 2002. Was this a ploy to decrease
smoking so as to prevent a sharp rise in lung cancer victims
in NYC, which would have led to an investigation into the toxic air
quality at ground zero? Or was Bloomburg just protecting public
health?


it depends. when they said to ban public smoking, do they mean specifically inside only buildings or on the street also.

Here in California smoking is already banned inside of public buildings.

All public buildings, including restaurants and bars, just like CA.


then it doesn't look to be for suspicious reasons, just seems like the government following suite with whats been done here.



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