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posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 11:03 PM
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Originally posted by rich23
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Personally, I'd like the whole birth certificate thing to disappear. That gets SO dull.


Personally I would like to see the whole 9/11 claims dissapear...that has gotten so dull over the years is just absurb...

From the "alien technology destroyed the towers" to the "the military used some laser" to the "thermite explosives" to the claims that "look that building was on fire for a day and didn't fall"... THE BUILDING DIDN"T GET HIT BY A FRIGGEN PASSENGER PLANE....

Not to mention that tower 7 and other surrounding buildings suffered several shockwaves from the plane crash, to the explosions, to the collapse, and part of tower 2 fell on tower 7 opening a hole, ALL of this did weaken the structural integrity of the building...but still we get members showing a picture of some other building in some part of the world which was on fire, and present that as proof that "the government was behind it"...


Yes, there are and have been several things the government has done which was, and is not for the best interest of the people, and we seem to be getting more and more into some form of a socialist dictatorship, but the whole 9/11 conspiracy theories are as absurb as AJ claiming he had the biggest story in 14 years without specifying it was all a HOAX and then we learned later on it was all a hoax... The whole thing has gotten ABSURD...

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posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 11:17 PM
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You know what is even more absurd? to hear the same old tired debunking methods you just used. You know grouping thermate with space beams and no planes. Classic straw man disinfo.

Three of the hijackers had the same names as men that had various training at US military bases but hey just a coincidence.

Drills scheduled for the day of 9/11 that had similar scenarios to the attacks that actually happened including not only a hijacking but a plane going into a building. Considering the US has never had an attack like 9/11 EVER then there was no precedent so the chance of them coincidentally having those drills scheduled for that day is practically impossible. But hey just a coincidence to you.

People who believe the official story essentially believe in leaps of faith and absurd coincidences.

I don't believe in the space beams, mini nukes, holograms, unicorns or that the earth is flat but i do know that 9/11 was a false flag black op.

So considering that 9/11 was a false flag and you buy the official conspiracy story...

How do you like being a conspiracy theorist?



posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 12:10 AM
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Originally posted by Beefcake
You know what is even more absurd? to hear the same old tired debunking methods you just used. You know grouping thermate with space beams and no planes. Classic straw man disinfo.


Oh boy. There was a thread around here about some scientists finding thermite in rubble that they had. It took me 10 minutes to find evidence it was all a HOAX.

The organization/group which headed the investigation send emails to people even without any credentials asking them to be part of the group, and the group claims these people are PROFESSIONALS.

There has NEVER been any proof of any "thermite". We had members who are experts in explosives, since they were former military deny the claims of the "thermite".

BTW, thermite works downwards, not sideways, and any explosion would have spread the composites that makes up the thermite which would not have cause the thermite to react.



Originally posted by Beefcake

Three of the hijackers had the same names as men that had various training at US military bases but hey just a coincidence.


Arab names repeat a lot when used in the western world. You can find MANY Arabs with passports that have the same name. Passports do not allow for the entire name of Arab people, which includes the region where they are from, as well as their father's name, their grandfather names, their great-grandfather's name etc.

Passports CANNOT have the entire name of an Arab person, hence a shorter version of their name is used, such as first name, and region from where the man is from, and hence MANY names are repeated.

But hey, instead of doing some research let's just claim "look, they have the same name, they must be the same people"....



Originally posted by Beefcake
Drills scheduled for the day of 9/11 that had similar scenarios to the attacks that actually happened including not only a hijacking but a plane going into a building. Considering the US has never had an attack like 9/11 EVER then there was no precedent so the chance of them coincidentally having those drills scheduled for that day is practically impossible. But hey just a coincidence to you.


Provide ACUTAL evidence that this happened and not RUMORS from some other conspiracy website...



Originally posted by Beefcake
People who believe the official story essentially believe in leaps of faith and absurd coincidences.


BS. ALL conspiracy theorists who believe that "the government was behind it", did not do ANY proper research.

They ALL leave out the fact that in SPAIN, authorities found evidence that Arab terrorists planned the 9/11 attacks in SPAIN, and in SPAIN, which is a Socialist nation and which in general does not like the U.S., even their Socialist government doesn't like the U.S., they sentenced several Arab Islamic terrorists, including Osama Bin Laden for the 9/11 attacks.

All the evidence is/was in SPAIN, yet people like you claim there is no evidence Arab Islamic extremists were behind the attacks.


Spain links suspect in 9/11 plot to Baghdad

An alleged terrorist accused of helping the 11 September conspirators was invited to a party by the Iraqi ambassador to Spain under his al-Qaeda nom de guerre, according to documents seized by Spanish investigators.
Yusuf Galan, who was photographed being trained at a camp run by Osama bin Laden, is now in jail, awaiting trial in Madrid. The indictment against him, drawn up by investigating judge Baltasar Garzon, claims he was 'directly involved with the preparation and carrying out of the attacks ... by the suicide pilots on 11 September'.

www.guardian.co.uk...


Spain's 11 September 'connection'

The start of Europe's largest trial of al-Qaeda members is the result of a long investigation led by renowned Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon.

Mr Garzon began his inquiry into Spain's emerging Islamist network five years before the 11 September 2001 attacks that hit the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in the US.

Two months after the attacks, the first arrests were made - and his investigation took on a new sense of urgency.

By September 2003, his 692-page-long findings listed Osama Bin Laden among the 35 people charged with terror-related offences, including the 11 September plot. The list was later expanded to include 41 individuals.
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His number was found by German police in the Hamburg flat believed to have been used by two of the hijackers - including Mohamed Atta, the pilot of one of the planes that hit the Twin Towers. Atta's phone number was also found in Mr Yarkas's European contacts, said the Spanish judge.

Phone records

In his indictment of 17 September 2003, Judge Garzon outlined how Spain had been used as a staging ground for the 11 September 2001 attacks.

This was believed to have started with a trip to the US in 1997 by one of the three top suspects in the current trial, Syrian-born Ghassub al-Abrash Ghaylun, with the purpose of filming the World Trade Center and other buildings seen as potential targets.

news.bbc.co.uk...


Spain Indicts Fugitive on 9/11 Charges
Posted on: Wednesday, 28 April 2004, 06:00 CDT

MADRID, Spain - A Moroccan fugitive sought in connection with the March 11 train bombings in Madrid was indicted Wednesday on charges of helping to plan the Sept. 11 attacks in the United States - the first suspect linked to both attacks.

Amer Azizi, 36, helped organize a meeting in northeast Spain in July 2001 that key plotters in the U.S. attacks, including suicide pilot Mohamed Atta, used to finalize details, Judge Baltasar Garzon said in the indictment.

Azizi also was included in an indictment Garzon handed down last September against al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden and 34 other terror suspects. Azizi was charged then with belonging to a terrorist organization. Bin Laden and nine others were charged with planning the Sept. 11 attacks.

In the new indictment, Azizi is charged with multiple counts of murder - "as many deaths and injuries as were committed" on Sept. 11, 2001 - for helping to plan the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

Azizi provided lodging for people who attended the July 2001 meeting in the Tarragona region of Spain and acted as a courier, passing on messages between plotters, Garzon said in the indictment.


www.redorbit.com...

But I guess none of that is true, and seeing the connections and the fact that ISLAMIC EXTREMISTS were behind the attack must mean I "believe in absurd coincidences".....




Originally posted by Beefcake
I don't believe in the space beams, mini nukes, holograms, unicorns or that the earth is flat but i do know that 9/11 was a false flag black op.


Really? how? Where is the EVIDENCE, not the made up claims and rumors, but EVIDENCE?


Originally posted by Beefcake
So considering that 9/11 was a false flag and you buy the official conspiracy story...


Again where is the proof of this except from the made up claims from conspiracy websites?



Originally posted by Beefcake
How do you like being a conspiracy theorist?


There are some REAL conspiracies, and then there are made up, absurb conspiracies. Just because some conspiracies are real, doesn't make all conspiracies real...



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posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 11:35 AM
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Guys... seriously off-topic.

The whole 9/11 thing stank from day one as far as I was concerned, and the smell has gotten ranker with every passing year.

Yes, there will always stuff "debunking" the people who find the evidence and ask the awkward questions, but are there explanations credible? Not usually, and often the signs of disinfo are there for those who know what they're looking at.



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 11:38 AM
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posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 11:40 AM
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Originally posted by EMPIRE
Does Alex Jones know you even exist?


I sincerely hope not. You clearly haven't picked up on the fact (evident throughout my postings) that I don't even like Jones. Your rambling initial entry evinced no acquaintance with the actual discussion. Bye.



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 11:52 AM
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Originally posted by icculus
Oh come on... it's pretty clear what Alex's intent was. [snip]
This guy pedals BS.


Yes. Again, for the hard of thinking (and for those who can apparently type but cannot read), I DO NOT LIKE ALEX JONES. I THINK HE'S A BUFFOON.

It was not clear at the time the mass U2U went out. In fact, it's still not clear, and for those who think the admin at ATS are morally and mentally superior to the cretin Jones, our own Skeptic Overlord, earlier in this thread, proved just as evasive and blustery as Jones on his good days.

And as a matter of fact it's stillpossible it was a mistake that Jones mishandled, or even an attempt to discredit him as mooted earlier in the thread. But you've decided firmly on the possibility that he HOAXED everyone (the gullible masses) for a whole 81 minutes (if the information in the thread is correct, I'm blowed if I'm checking). And some people (plays plaintive melody on world's tiniest invisible violin) were let down by the hype. Serves them right, the gullible oafs.

But trying to mobilise ATS, being told what to think, the lynch mob mentality... these are all things that sit ill with me. You're obviously more comfortable with all that than I am.

Further, if you care about 9/11 truth, then you're supporting an action that would not have done any good. By drawing attention to Jones' error rather than concentrating on the message, people here have done thw work of TPTB for them.

All so you can feel superior to an idiot.


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posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 11:55 AM
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Originally posted by Tom_Proctor
OP,

No, we aren't out to get AJ, It's just that he had us all hyped up, saying it would be news breaking, everything CRAZY.

Turns out, it was garbage and not big at all.


So why the mass U2U and the witch-hunt?



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 12:03 PM
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Originally posted by A Fortiori
And the wasted time in-fighting when we could be seizing the moment out there is absolutely a dream come true for the people with something to hide.


Exactly. And these people are so desperate to attack a man who should be a laughing-stock in any rational society that they just don't see it. Terribly sad, really.

Thanks for being one of a few voices here who don't think I'm doing this because I have a secret crush on Alex. It's nice that at least a few people actually get the point.



posted on Sep, 13 2009 @ 02:58 PM
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Originally posted by rich23

Originally posted by EMPIRE
Does Alex Jones know you even exist?


I sincerely hope not. You clearly haven't picked up on the fact (evident throughout my postings) that I don't even like Jones. Your rambling initial entry evinced no acquaintance with the actual discussion. Bye.


Buddy, I don't think you understand my initial post. When sane people with reasonable cognitive skills don't understand something, they refrain from speaking about it or ask for clarification. In short, this is what you should have done, but due to whatever reason you failed.

In my initial post I was not referring to you. The one man I was referring to, that has everyone worked up into a frenzy, is AJ. People are looking at him as if he is the harbinger of truth, the messiah of "the movement" and that this so-called movement hinges on every single thing he does. Yet these people are oblivious to the fact that AJ doesn't even know they exist, and only care if they're helping to pay his server bills, purchase his latest dvd or infowars t-shirt.

In closing, no rambling on my part, just a lack of insight and the inability to seek clarification on yours.



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posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 07:08 AM
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Originally posted by EMPIRE

Originally posted by rich23

Originally posted by EMPIRE
Does Alex Jones know you even exist?


I sincerely hope not. You clearly haven't picked up on the fact (evident throughout my postings) that I don't even like Jones. Your rambling initial entry evinced no acquaintance with the actual discussion. Bye.


Buddy, I don't think you understand my initial post. When sane people with reasonable cognitive skills don't understand something, they refrain from speaking about it or ask for clarification. In short, this is what you should have done, but due to whatever reason you failed.


This is a discussion board. If you have a point to make, make it clearly.



In my initial post I was not referring to you. The one man I was referring to, that has everyone worked up into a frenzy, is AJ.


Yes, I got that at the time. But it's irrelevant as to whether ATS should have gone after him. And in your second post (your ability to read and comprehend my posts being not in evidence) was clearly aimed at me. And it implied that I'm defending Jones and he dowsn't care about me.

If I'm defending Jones, I'm doing so incidentally because what happened at ATS was distasteful to me.

Read the rest of the thread. You still don't seem to get what's going on here.


People are looking at him as if he is the harbinger of truth, the messiah of "the movement" and that this so-called movement hinges on every single thing he does.


If yoiu actually bothered to read the thread you will see that I already understand this and excoriate these people as idiots.


Yet these people are oblivious to the fact that AJ doesn't even know they exist, and only care if they're helping to pay his server bills, purchase his latest dvd or infowars t-shirt.

In closing, no rambling on my part, just a lack of insight and the inability to seek clarification on yours.
[edit on 13-9-2009 by EMPIRE]


You still clearly understand neither my point of view nor the etiquette of a discussion forum. If you throw rambling and off-the-point remarks into the discussion, people will not ask for clarification, they'll assume you're up your own fundament.



posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 06:50 PM
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Originally posted by rich23



This is a discussion board. If you have a point to make, make it clearly.


Friend, I made myself clear as day in my first post. If you were too emotionally attached or blinded by your hatred for AJ, that is not my problem. However, if you throw a rock at a pack of dogs, the one who got hit is usually the one who barks real loud, so to that I say “Deal with it.”


Yes, I got that at the time.


No, at that time you didn’t get it. You want to know why you didn’t get it? Because you responded with,” Easy now, back to bed, the nurse'll be along in a minute.
Nurse! He's wandered in from another thread. Can you take him back? Thanks.” If you knew I was talking about AJ, why even say that?


But it's irrelevant as to whether ATS should have gone after him.


No, everything I’ve said is highly relevant as to whether ATS should have “gone after him.”


And in your second post (your ability to read and comprehend my posts being not in evidence) was clearly aimed at me. And it implied that I'm defending Jones and he dowsn't care about me.


Friend, do yourself a favor and brush up on critical reading and analytical skills. My second post was aimed at you because of what you initially aimed at me. I never implied you were defending AJ, as any person with a half-functioning brain can tell you have something against him. Your gripe is not only with AJ but the way ATS handled it--more on that later.

My second reply to you was, “Does Alex Jones know you even exist?”, but in your infinite wisdom you somehow think that statement means you’re defending the guy. So I’d like for you to explain how you’ve arrived at your conclusion. Don’t worry, I’ll laugh at it after I’ve read it twice, not on the first go round, so don’t be afraid.


If I'm defending Jones, I'm doing so incidentally because what happened at ATS was distasteful to me.


You have two issue…no…three actually. Jones, the way ATS handled things, and putting your foot in your mouth when people aren’t talking to you. I have advice on all three, and you seem like a guy who can use advice so I’ll give it to you. Concerning Jones, the man doesn’t know you exist. Don’t waste time on him. Concerning ATS, it is their website, they pay the server fees, you don’t. If they want to waste time and bandwidth by sending mass U2U messages that is up to them. If you don’t like it, find another place to post or contribute financially to the site and maybe you can have a say in the inner workings. Concerning sticking your foot in your mouth, I’ve previously addressed this fiasco. If you do not understand something, ask for clarification. If you are not sure about something, ask for clarification. If you are not sure if someone is speaking to you, or about you, refrain from speaking until you know.


If yoiu actually bothered to read the thread you will see that I already understand this and excoriate these people as idiots.


I’ve read the thread, and did it ever cross your mind that people reading it may actually think you’re the bigger idiot for creating this thread? You need clarification, so to prevent you from thinking I’m calling you an idiot that is not the case. I’m saying people may think you’re an idiot.


You still clearly understand neither my point of view nor the etiquette of a discussion forum. If you throw rambling and off-the-point remarks into the discussion, people will not ask for clarification, they'll assume you're up your own fundament.


No, I clearly understand your premise; you simply spoke before understanding the context of what I was saying. In debate, when people converse, or when people are learning, if they don’t understand something they seek clarification. Again, this is what “normal” people do, but I’m not so sure about what is normal in your neck of the woods so I can’t and won’t comment on it. However, it would be wise to not attempt lectures relating to discussion forum etiquette as you have multiple posts that are back to back, and I believe most reasonable people would have joined multiple posts together. Again, we’re talking about reasonable people here, so I’ll leave it at that.

In closing, ask for clarification when in doubt. This is what students do, this is what you should do, and this is how understanding comes about.

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posted on Sep, 15 2009 @ 01:15 AM
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Originally posted by EMPIRE

Originally posted by rich23
This is a discussion board. If you have a point to make, make it clearly.


Friend, I made myself clear as day in my first post. If you were too emotionally attached or blinded by your hatred for AJ, that is not my problem. However, if you throw a rock at a pack of dogs, the one who got hit is usually the one who barks real loud, so to that I say “Deal with it.”


This is you being clear again, is it? I'd ask for clarification but most of what you say is either blindingly obvious or wrong.



Yes, I got that at the time.


No, at that time you didn’t get it. You want to know why you didn’t get it? Because you responded with,” Easy now, back to bed, the nurse'll be along in a minute.
Nurse! He's wandered in from another thread. Can you take him back? Thanks.” If you knew I was talking about AJ, why even say that?


Because all you wanted to do was come into this thread and diss Jones. It's not what the thread's about.



originally posted by rich23But it's irrelevant as to whether ATS should have gone after him.


No, everything I’ve said is highly relevant as to whether ATS should have “gone after him.”


Another example of your fine debating skills. No argument, just flat contradiction.


You have two issue…no…three actually. Jones, the way ATS handled things, and putting your foot in your mouth when people aren’t talking to you. I have advice on all three,


Being as how you still don't quite get what I've been saying, I can;t wait.


Concerning Jones, the man doesn’t know you exist. Don’t waste time on him.


I have already explained that in this instance I'm wasting time on him incidentally to what I see as a distasteful trend on ATS. It's the whole mob mentality thing. But look, if you could read and comprehend the thread, you'd get that.


Concerning ATS, it is their website, they pay the server fees, you don’t. If they want to waste time and bandwidth by sending mass U2U messages that is up to them. If you don’t like it, find another place to post or contribute financially to the site and maybe you can have a say in the inner workings.


Another combination of the blindingly obvious and wrong.

Actually, we all contribute to the site. Without its members, ATS would be nothing. And in the short time I've been here I've already seen a lot of the good people give up and leave. I have every right to express my sentiments about the way ATS is going, and if you don't like it, find another site to post your ramblings on.

I feel unburdened by the need to take advice from you, thanks.

Another newsflash from the dept of the blindingly obvious:


I’ve read the thread, and did it ever cross your mind that people reading it may actually think you’re the bigger idiot for creating this thread? You need clarification, so to prevent you from thinking I’m calling you an idiot that is not the case. I’m saying people may think you’re an idiot.


Thanks for pointing that out, but, you know, reading the thread, I realise some people do indeed think I'm an idiot, and usually the feeling's mutual. Gosh, a moron thinks I'm an idiot. My life is in ruins.

And now the evidence that you haven't read the entire thread at all.


as you have multiple posts that are back to back, and I believe most reasonable people would have joined multiple posts together. Again, we’re talking about reasonable people here, so I’ll leave it at that.


I'm answering individual posts. You want me to joint them all together? Please find a thread on ATS where this is "normal". You're funny, but dull, so I really don't think I'll be taking any more of this troll's bait.


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posted on Sep, 15 2009 @ 03:47 AM
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Originally posted by rich23



This is you being clear again, is it? I'd ask for clarification but most of what you say is either blindingly obvious or wrong.


Clearly you could have provided more substance. I am being clear, however, it appears you lack the basic mental faculties required to comprehend what is before you. If what I’m saying is blindingly obvious to you why are we having this discussion?


Because all you wanted to do was come into this thread and diss Jones. It's not what the thread's about.


So now you’re a psychologist familiar with posting behavior and what I wanted to do? I didn’t come in this thread to diss Jones. However, you have constantly admitted your dislike for Jones, and the way ATS handled their website, and how they chose to cover stories of interest. Therefore, it is you who is actually dissing ATS and AJ, and on the other hand wasting time lecturing other members about the posts they make (which involved the truth, not dissing or flaming.)


Another example of your fine debating skills. No argument, just flat contradiction.


If so, I learned from your book that gives great detail about red-herrings and straw man fallacies, not too mention a lengthy chapter about contradictions and hypocrisy entitled, “the pot calling the kettle….”


Being as how you still don't quite get what I've been saying, I can;t wait. I have already explained that in this instance I'm wasting time on him incidentally to what I see as a distasteful trend on ATS. It's the whole mob mentality thing. But look, if you could read and comprehend the thread, you'd get that.


No, I get it, you don’t get it, but you sound like a broken record. I already said your problem was also with the way ATS handled things. Why do you keep focusing on it when I’ve mentioned this several times now? Seriously, it now appears this entire ordeal has you so angry you fail to see the obvious, repeat the same things, and lash out with venom with no regards for anyone else.


Another combination of the blindingly obvious and wrong. Actually, we all contribute to the site. Without its members, ATS would be nothing. And in the short time I've been here I've already seen a lot of the good people give up and leave. I have every right to express my sentiments about the way ATS is going, and if you don't like it, find another site to post your ramblings on.


Another combination of lies, fallacies, delusions of grandeur . misinformation and lunacy.

We all contribute to the site in the form of posting, however, not all make financial contributions. Read my previous post again, F-I-N-A-N-C-I-A-L contributions. Yes, you have every right to express your perverted and warped views of the way ATS is going. However, there is a proper way of doing it, and if you were familiar with the ATS guidelines, and truly wanted to help rectify the situation, you would have taken the correct steps. If you don’t like people pointing out the error of your ways, or want to go John Rambo because ATS sent you a U2U, don’t find another site to post on, log off the net and seek the nearest mental health physician—seek the same nurse you were calling when you said I should be taken away.


Thanks for pointing that out, but, you know, reading the thread, I realise some people do indeed think I'm an idiot, and usually the feeling's mutual. Gosh, a moron thinks I'm an idiot. My life is in ruins. And now the evidence that you haven't read the entire thread at all.


I’ve read it but your whining is too much. You’re a grown man complaining about things that have little to no impact on your daily life, unless posting on message boards is your life. Still, if you are not a financial contributor to the site, you should have gone through the appropriate measures and sent the ATS staff a feedback U2U. They encourage this, and say they read them, so maybe you should have gone that route instead of openly bashing the site, because that is all you’re doing—bashing the site (and AJ.)

And yes, people may think you’re an idiot, but why did you first mention people being idiots? Was this information I needed? Did it somehow increase the legitimacy or potency of your premise?


I'm answering individual posts. You want me to joint them all together? Please find a thread on ATS where this is "normal". You're funny, but dull, so I really don't think I'll be taking any more of this troll's bait.


Do you lack the mental capacity and motor skills necessary for doing such a thing? All it requires is a little cut and pasting and keeping the names intact. I see it all the time on ATS, and other sites, it shouldn’t be too difficult. Better yet, why don't you google the term "multi quote feature" or multi quote reply" and you'll see it is quite normal--multiple replies, one post.


I have five where this is taking place and quite normal. I’ll link you as soon as you tell us how my question pertaining to Alex Jones, and knowledge of your existence implies a defending of Alex Jones. And speaking of trolls, do I have to remind you of your initial post to me?



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posted on Sep, 15 2009 @ 10:17 AM
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As I said, this is a troll I no longer feed.

Does there really have to be a second line here?



posted on Sep, 21 2009 @ 03:12 PM
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9/11 “Truth” Movement: Kosher Certified

In the years following the events of 9/11, the attacks have become an obsession of sorts for many millions of people around the world, and has certainly been exposed as a fraud on many fronts. 9/11 and the eons of speculation that followed its occurrence is quite useful when trying to illustrate how the Jewish criminal network commits the crime and subsequently takes charge of the so called “investigation” of the crime, so that the mouse will not find the cheese so to speak.

Why is it that the "mice" (i.e. 9/11 truthers) seem to always be Jewish, and the "Cheese" (i.e. the truth) seems to always be Kosher?

From its very inception, the so called 9/11 truth movement — otherwise known as the people who say that the U.S. government did 9/11 – has been ultimately controlled by the same people that perpetrated the dastardly attacks. If you were not aware by now that 9/11 was planned and orchestrated by the Jewish Criminal Network from wall to wall. (Yes Bush was complicit).
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You will NEVER read this on Alex's website, or in Dylan Avery's "Loose Change" - look at the attacks by anyone suggesting it by Alex own Jason Bermas:

theinfounderground.com...

a guest or two may mention it briefly in an interview - but thats all.

also at the info underground - who are Alex Jones 16 kosher advertisers? How about his lifestyle (fatcat) and his Kosher staff?

a guest or two may mention it briefly in an interview - but thats all.


All the World's Major Intelligence Services know exactly what happened on 9/11

All you need to do is Google "9/11 + Mossad"

"Control the dissent by leading the dissent" was the teaching of Vladamir Ilich Lenin.

Yes, Alex makes a lot of noise, parroting Ron Paul and bullhorning - attempting to "Lead" those of us who question away.



posted on Sep, 22 2009 @ 04:08 AM
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Well your post is off the point, to start with.

I'm open-minded about Mossad involvement. We have the Mossad guys videoing the attacks and dancing in the car park, we have evidence of Mossad shadowing Atta and others... so I looked at your link with some interest.

Which interest waned pretty quickly due to inaccuracies (starting with simply corrected things like spelling mistakes and moving on up...) and ended when I came upon this quote:


Odigo has a feature on its service that allows the passing on of messages through a search feature based on nationality, such as Israeli. Knowing these two particular Jews were forewared, it is very likely they passed the message on to other Jews considering that out of the 4000 Israeli Jews believed to work in the trade towers, only ONE died that day.


Fewer than 3000 people died... and there were supposed to be more than 4000 Jewish people working in the towers?

Don't get me wrong: I think Israel is one of the most evil and dangerous states on the planet and Mossad don't care what they do, morally speaking: but I'd like to see whatever evidence is available presented calmly and accurately.

And I certainly think that the primary responsibility for the attacks comes from within the US government. Which is not to say that there are not elements of Israeli/Mossad complicity, but blaming the whole thing on "the joos" just doesn't cut it with me, I'm afraid. I think it's intellectually lazy and prejudiced.





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