reply to post by jeddun
What you just did to the English language in your post is unconscionable.
Seriously though, Jeddun, as I'm sure you already know, opinions are like...well you know the rest. Unfortunately you seem to be too emotionally
involved in the events from that day. I can totally understand why, if you did actually witness them in person. That being said ATS is kinda like the
radio, in the sense that is you don't like something you can just change the channel, or in this case jump to another forum.
I have a really hard time understanding this way of thinking, for example our resident debunkers, if you ask one of them(as I'm sure you already
know) they would agree with you wholeheartedly. Your feelings and beliefs are very typical of the same feelings and beliefs that basically every so
called debunker subscribes to: They all believe anyone, let alone truthers, are complete imbeciles, absolutely stupid. They believe the
questioners/truthers are terrorist sympathizers or how you so eloquently put it "true punk ass's kissin the bullies ass". They believe the
questioners/truthers are totally wrong about everything, they believe it is their duty to "correct" and "insult" the questioners/truthers every
chance they can. You would think that, treated to these same set of circumstances a normal person would simply ignore the party in question. But not
the 9/11 Debunker(don't worry I do realize your not debunking...yet. Just mad at people who question 9/11 and/or believe in any conspiracy
Unfortunately for all of us, only time will tell who was on the righteous side, but make no mistake, it is every Americans duty to question,
limit/restrict our government. The country was founded on this principle, even when it appears to be fruitless, it still keeps everyone in office
and/or elected positions, on their toes. For other Americans to sit and attack their fellow Americans for questioning the government is
Lastly, you and people who feel the same as you, need to always remember one thing before you go around attempting to crucify people who are
suspicious of the government:
The government did admit to a false flag event already, that was done in such a way as to connect itself with 9/11. It was carried out at a military
base, and although of course the government claims it wasn't "official business", and he was another lone gunman. Some of the facts of the case are
not easily denied, and even though it seems they are doing their bests to quietly sweep the whole mess up, this is exactly how the Anthrax attacks
were carried out. A Fort Dietrick bio weapons scientist, creating weapons grade, highly refined anthrax on military equipment. Then sending it out all
over the country, writing the letters to make it appear as if a Muslim or AQ had perpetrated it. Then days before charges are leveled against him,
before he is able to refute the FBI's story(which is now the "official story") or even tell us what happened or if he acted alone. He is dead.
Apparently the bio weapons scientist, that one could assume would be able to kill himself instantly with a cyanide pill, does it with Aspirin.
Then you add in the little fact that the White House began taking Cipro on 9/11, a month before the first Anthrax was discovered, and it's very easy
to understand how people might believe in 9/11 conspiracy theories. www.judicialwatch.org...