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Originally posted by shanemcbain
So many stupid people on one message board...
For shame ATS, for shame.
Some great discussion on these boards - but I didn't realise so many people would believe theories with so many holes they have been proven wrong on several occasions.
Originally posted by Allred5923
why drag the most devistating dellima we have ever experienced to the forum's of a place such as this? Give respect's to the ones that lost thier family member's . The only thing I can see this "Survey" doing is rekindling the time that there are so many American's wish to forget. "No 'Sypathy guy's?' "
Originally posted by JIMC5499
Considering that ATS is a conspiracy based site, those numbers were very surprising. I actually expecter the YES votes to have a larger margin than they did. the NO votes and UNDECIDED votes were a larger percentage than I thought they would be. I'd be kind of interested in what the percentages would be on a site such as Yahoo or Google.
Originally posted by WestPoint23
BaastetNoir, this is only a very small percentage of America, most everyday Americans do not believe in these 9/11 conspiracy theories, and for good reason, they have not been definitely proven, as such it would be irresponsible to assume a conspiracy of this magnitude true on theories alone. I’m not trying to get into the whole debate about 9/11 in this thread, there are plenty of ongoing thread for that. I’m just trying point out why most people don’t buy these theories, its not because they are dumb, ignorant "sheeple" as some self proclaimed "seekers of light holders of truth" have asserted, its because in the end it all comes down to theories, and some people tend to forget that sometimes.
Originally posted by BaastetNoir
These results sadden me quite a bit. Reminds me of the "blame the victim" tatics used on court. It is truly pathetic that afte ALL the tapes and threats this country received and receives from Islamic fanatics, there are people who would rather stuff their heads on the sand and rather believ in "conspiracies".
Originally posted by GrOuNd_ZeRo
I was one of the people that was undecided on the pentagon, the most compelling evidence and/or claims are:
-a deep hole in a reinforced concrete building, unlikely to be created by a passenger plane which is essentially a pop-can.
-Witness testimonies that claim they heard a missile, not an aircraft, these witnesses likely witnessed many planes fly by over their heads in and around major airports so they should know.
-If you believe Loose Change's claims, a A-3 Sky Warrior was used with a missile like a Maverick or some type of cruise missile, possibly flown by global hawk UAV technology, some evidence points toward the A-3 (according to LC 9/11) in the form of debris that alledgedly matched the A-3.
In my book there is still too little evidence either way, the official story is just as crazy as the conspiracy theories.
Originally posted by denythestatusquo
Interesting but not surprising results. Obviously the intent of the survey was not to find the true perps of this infamous day but to lay a degree of blame. That in itself is interesting in its implications.
Originally posted by chinawhite
After watching michael moore's movie it changed my view. Maybe a survey to see the number of people that watched Fahrenheit 9/11?
Originally posted by Boatphone
You should really watch "Fahrenhype 9/11". It points out all the flaws.
You realize that is just a slick propoganda film, that twists the facts, and contains many out right false statements.
Honest conservatives will admit that this was an election campaign rush job and a Rush job.