posted on May, 29 2009 @ 02:34 PM
I say yes, they are.
1) They don't care enough about all those that died on 9/11, and hence their fellow citizens, to want a real investigation into the matter- when
after 8 years 9/11 truthers have been exposing legitimate questions based upon the available evidence that scream for a new, proper investigation.
2) Given the implications of such evidence, and the outright failure of the 9/11 Commission in face of the evidence, how anyone can accept the 9/11
Commission Report as the final lid on the trash can that is 9/11 is beyond me. An objective mind, regardless of predisposed opinion, and out of sheer
desire for true justice for the victims, should WANT a new investigation- if they really cared about their fellow Americans.
3) Given #2, this indicates to me that these people have no compassion whatsoever, and may well be involved themselves in some manner. Could some of
the debunkers actually be some of the passengers or those involved in the plot, that agreed to be government shills in exchange for money and other
perks? Highly possible. Cause they don't care. They don't care about all those innocent lives lost. Not at all. They are more concerned with
perpetuating the government story than the lives and the grieving families of those that died.
4) If all the evidence matched exactly what happened, I could see flaming 9/11 truthers out the ying yang. I really could. But the facts are that the
evidence does not match the official story on so many counts, that one would figure they would join in questioning the official story- if nothing else
out of sheer concern for their fellow citizens- and resulting military- who's lives have been wasted. Yes, wasted. There is just no love in these
people- either for their own people, or foreign people who have suffered so greatly due to all this.
Patriotism is love of country- and love of fellow citizenry. If I was one of those who perished on 9/11, I would be extremely pissed and damning you
to hell for not questioning the official story, and its proponents, given the discrepancies in the evidence. You did not defend me. You did not love
me. You are not my brother.
[edit on Sat May 30th 2009 by TrueAmerican]