posted on Aug, 4 2006 @ 03:25 PM
Did our Government take part in 9/11? I don't think so. BUT, I DO think....
1. There are or were people within the government that knew it was going to happen, but said or did nothing.
2. With the release of the evidence from the Moussaoui trial, it's evident that there was a lot of infighting within the government agencies leading
up to 9/11 and that it most likely could have been averted.
As far as "Loose Change", and the other videos that are out there, a lot of what they say can be, or has been, proven wrong. But, I do applaud them
for asking the questions instead of sitting on their duffs like most of America is doing. We need more people to ask more questions, that is the only
way you will find out the real truth, whatever it may be.
I have many questions myself when it comes to 9/11 that still have been unanswered, such as:
1. Why have they not released the other tapes from the strike on the Pentagon? There were many tapes ADMITTEDLY confiscated by the FBI, yet the only
one we have seen to date is the one that was provided by the Pentagon, and it's a crappy one at that.
2. Why did WTC 7 fall more than 8 hours after the attacks, and why did many people mention "pulling" it? Why did it fall as if it were being
3. Why were they running the same exact exercises on 9/11 that mirrored what was actually happening? This only proves that someone, or several people,
within the government knew that they were going to be doing these exercises, and let the ones that would be pulling off this dastardly deed know, OR
they were doing these exercises to help cover up the actual attacks. If you look at all the transcripts, or listen to all the tapes, you'll see that
95% of the people thought what was happening on 9/11 was an "exercise".
4. Why weren't people reprimanded after 9/11? Bush stated that everyone "did their job", but if they had, it would not have happened. Brown, the
former Director of FEMA was doing a "heckuva job", but he was fired eventually.
These are only a few of the questions I have, and I will keep asking until they are answered. We all need to ask questions until we are satisfied with
the results. That is our duty as Americans.