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Originally posted by IvanZana
Ahaha non no no....lol
You three poorly researched and poorly lead debunkers have come to a dead end and you know it.
You people have failed miserably in these forums. I will tell you ....
This is just the beginning.
You can say I spam or whatever. Your the ones that look like fools... not US.
We all know the origins of the debunkers..... THey are government sponsored terrorists. Helpong the terrorists achieve their goal by derailing, obsefucating the truth.
Bloods on your hands, not mine. We wont let you go. Remember that ...
p.s Wait till the hardcore undeniable evidence comes out..... What will you do then?
Debunkers; are we safer now? did the military learn anything?
Originally posted by jimmyx
what is amazing to me is that on 9/11, the government were running exercises to prevent what would happen from a airplane attack. and on 7/7/05, the british were running exercises to prevent what would happen from a bombing attack on their subway system, when the real thing also accured. the odds of those two events happening on the same day when both governments were running mock disasters, must be 1 in a trillion. could some of you people that are convinced of what the government story line is, please explain this?
Flights 11, 175, 77, and 93: The 9/11 Commission's Incredible Tales
by David Ray Griffin, Ph.D.
December 4, 2005
This latest article from Dr. Griffin follows up on his lecture, “Truth and Politics of 9/11: Omissions and Distortions of The 9/11 Commission Report”, in which he summarized the first half of his book, The 9/11 Commission Report: Ommissions and Distortions. He completes that summary here, with his thorough review of the second half, particularly, the inability of the US military to intercept any of the hijacked planes on 9/11.
At the end of 2004, I published The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions1. Shortly before that book appeared, I delivered a lecture in which I set out to summarize its major points. (That lecture is now available in both print and DVD form.)2 Unfortunately, The 9/11 Commission Report itself3 contains so many omissions and distortions that I was able to summarize only the first half of my book in that lecture. The present lecture summarizes the second half of the book, which deals with the Commission's explanation as to why the US military was unable to intercept any of the hijacked airplanes.....