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Originally posted by yeahright
That is interesting, thanks. I'll review it in depth as I have time.
One thing I noticed was that there's no "About Us" or "Who We Are" or anything like that on the site, which is generally one of the first things I look for. Not that you can always trust that, either, but I'm generally curious as to who, at least, site authors claim to be.
Why do you ask? Oh, I know. It’s the old one where anyone who spends a lot of time promoting a particular 9/11 theory is A Fearless Seeker After Truth (even if their site is packed with “Donate” buttons and invitations for you to “buy the book/ DVD/ video”), but anyone who spends the same amount of time on the other side of the argument is A Government Shill/ Paid Disinformation Agent, right?
Well, believe what you like, but I do this because I enjoy it. It’s ain interesting exercise in collecting information online, and sharpens my research skills. Plus I don’t see anyone else bothering to do the same thing, so arguably the site is performing a useful function as well (although that’s really just a side issue: I’m doing this for me, not for anyone else).
Pah! Plainly you're just a shill/ Government stooge/ neo-con/ psyops site.
Yawn. Yes, I've heard that before, usually because it's much easier to smear people than dealing with the points they're making. But hey, if you believe that, then run along now, it's fine with me. There are plenty of other 9/11 sites that will tell you what you want to hear, and never even think of challenging any of your views..
Originally posted by HowardRoark
Here is an interesting site.
The author points out many of the same things that I have been pointing out here, as well as a few other items.
It's worth a read.
Well, believe what you like, but I do this because I enjoy it. It’s ain interesting exercise in collecting information online, and sharpens my research skills. Plus I don’t see anyone else bothering to do the same thing,