posted on Apr, 16 2009 @ 12:07 AM
I found this video to be very interesting. It's funny the naysayers haven't disputed anything in particular, they are just using the "move along"
"music too loud" "hard to get through" "nothing new" .... and they say they turned it off. Why even post? Why let the fact you didn't watch the
movie stop you from posting about the movie you didn't watch? And don't let that stop you from disagreeing with people who actually watched it. If
you already knew all this information, then you have definitely out researched me. The movie actually starts out with a guy I have never heard of
telling a story I have never heard before. I never knew of the van that had the Towers and a jet painted on the side. Never heard the guy who said he
saw flashes in Building 6. And others ...
I like the position this film takes. It is the same position I take. I was hoping it wasn't just another "Watch how the Towers collapsed" movie.
They did dedicate some time to that aspect, but they also dedicated a lot of time to what I consider the real areas people should focus on. 2 people
can argue over controlled demolition vs global collapse for 10 days straight, and at the end of the 10 days, both will still believe what they
believed when they started. After researching the actual "hijackers" themselves, I don't see how anyone can't have serious questions. These
"hijackers" were either very, very lucky or they were getting help. To me, a lot of what I have read and seen leads me to believe the latter. I
think this film does a good job of exposing some serious questions regarding the hijackers. I like the connections made with Porter Goss, also. Odd
that he was having breakfast with Mahmud Ahmad on the morning of 9/11. General Mahmoud Ahmad was Lieutenant General of ISI and was reported to have
wired $100k to Mohammad Atta just before the attacks. Then, Mr Goss becomes CIA Director. But the 9/11 Commission did tell us the financiers of the
attacks was of little significance.
I will definitely watch the other films when they come out, and I am looking forward to it.