reply to post by seasalt
I don't have the time today to read all the replies you've got so far but I do want to comment on this so I hope I'm not just repeating what others
I like the way you worded your description of those events as "your theory" because most people miss the fact that the official report (like your
theory) is a conspiracy theory. People conspired to do it and the explanation of events are just theory. There are some facts but the report as a
whole is a theory.
I would like to point out some ambiguous terms you used in your opening thread that we all need to look at closely.
- "radical fundamentalist Muslim".
I don't like how we have come to associate this phrase with 'terrorist' or enemy. Fundamental religious beliefs I don't believe incite murder,
radical behavior might but to label any religion to this event or any other crime is simply asking for dissension not only in this country but world
- "The towers came down due to the fires."
This statement suggests an action that defies the laws of physics. Not just the fires causing total and complete structural failure but also the time
it took for the fires to do this, the rate of the collapse, the pulverizing of all the concrete (no pancaking) and the condition of the steel during
and after collapse. A fire from com. jet fuel (diesel/kerosene mix) does not have the energy to do this much damage. Again this is addressing the
ambiguous statement I am not suggesting any alternative to the towers collapse just simply pointing out a fact.
- " I believe other theories are dangerous, because it sows dissent against the United States"
You may believe this but that does not make it true. I believe it is the duty of the American people to question what goes on in our country and what
we are doing elsewhere. Although alternate CT's can and do get out of hand to question nothing and say nothing while our government wages war is far
- "Unfounded accuasations against government officials is dangerous without hardcore proof."
If there was hardcore proof then the accusations would not be unfounded would they. I agree with you that blame never solves anything it just make
- "radical Muslim extremists"
Again what exactly does this statement mean. It reminds me of hate propaganda aimed towards religion.
- "there remains a certain sect inside of the Muslim religion/Middle east that hates America, in large part because of Freedom and prosperity."
Are you sure about this? This sounds like speculation, perhaps more religious hate propaganda. I don't know, this could be true but I would rather
find out for myself before I start accepting this as fact.
- "I say thank god for the patriot act."
Have you read the patriot act? Not that I have read all of it but I wouldn't thank God for it thats for sure. The one thing I have noticed pertaining
to the patriot act, homeland security and our fight against terrorism is the profound effect it's having on our constitutional rights. Are the
extreme steps we're taking worth the cost? What is the point of having freedom if we give it up for security? If the radical fundamentalist Muslims
do in fact hate us for our freedom and prosperity and we give it up for security against them does that mean they win?
I don't believe the fires from the planes brought down the towers. This part of the theory contradicts several fundamental laws of physics. I don't
believe the US government did it, as I mentioned before blame never solves anything. When we are busy focusing our attention on blaming others how can
we ever find any real facts and uncover any truth? I do believe mass deception is replete around us and we all are unwittingly propagating it and also