posted on Sep, 9 2010 @ 12:18 PM
Originally posted by beebs
But... again, I refer to these videos - because as far as I'm aware everything checks out:
Thsi is an internet video so I'll need to wait until I get home to look at it, but it's already been determined already that the explosion Barry
Jennings experienced was from the impact from falling wreckage from WTC 1. Wreckage from WTC 1 did strike WTC 7 and this has been documented
thoroughly already so I won't rehash it here. Noone is refuting that Jennings encountered an explosion, but it's entirely the misrepresentation of
the conspiracy theorists who use this to drop innuendo that it was from explosives in WTC 7.
Again, I am for a new investigation - not for making up theories... although the videos above do a good job of elaborating on how such a feat
could(not did) happen.
Well then, we are in agreement, as I'm not opposed to further investigations in any way. What I'm opposed to is these paranoid conspiracy people
insisting that said investigation must rubber stamp their conspiracy theories becire the investigators even walk in the door. You know as well as I
do that there isn't any real "truth movement". It's made up of bunches of factions who'd otherwise be getting into fistfights with each other
over what the "blatantly a conspiracy" is, if it wasn't for their common distrust for the gov't.
If by some alternate reality cartoon physics that an investigation really did show demolitions, do you genuinely think the "lasers from outer space"
crowd will accept the findings?
How disturbing. He is perhaps one of the most influential people post-WWII, IMO.
I can think of a lot of people who were more influential on world affairs than Brzezinski ever was. Joseph Stalin, Bill Gates, Mikhail Gorbachev,
Mahatma Ghandi all come to mind. What makes Brzezinski significant?