posted on Nov, 12 2007 @ 10:28 PM
reply to post by antsi
I’m not sure I understand that either.
Of course OT-ers will fight the hologram/no real planes idea — tooth and nail. Because our entire war on terror, the driving force behind our
political policies — foreign and domestic — hinges upon the premise of fanatical Muslim hijackers wielding boxcutter knives.
But why average conspiracy theorists reject the no-planes reality is a mindboggling mystery. While they understand that the WTC complex was blown up,
it doesn’t matter with what, they then stop short of questioning the rest of the original 9-11 ‘story’.
Maybe it’s because people believe what they see with their eyes. We can WATCH the buildings being exploded. And we can WATCH how planes fly into
WTC1 and 2. And whilst critically thinking people don’t always trust what they’re told, they will entertain what they can view. Therefore
controlled demolition theories are more acceptable because regardless of what everyone is being told about fire-related collapses, astute observers
can SEE THAT IT ISN’T TRUE (the official 9-11 version of events).
But this mechanism, this reliance on our own two eyes fails when we examine the planes/no planes hypothesis. People can see planes in the videos.
And that’s why they will insist that they were reality. No one can detect any aircraft parts or credible crash sites either. But this is
irrelevant. Seeing nothing (no realistic wreckage) is trumped by seeing something (videos of twin tower impacts, or images of planted parts).
This is why the hologram idea and no planes concept will never spread beyond the intellectual elite. There are no positive visuals to promote
The Wizard In The Woods
[edit on 11/12/2007 by Wizard_In_The_Woods]