reply to post by L1U2C3I4F5E6R
You mention youtube (20 minutes of manipulated video as you call it) and the internet as the only source for those who are trying to figure out what
happened on 9/11.
I hope that you are using ALL resources available to state your own "beliefs." Hopefully you have researched as much as possible before posting on
ATS and accusing those who don't believe the official story.
The facts are there and not contained only in "fake" videos. There are so many testimonies from credible people. First responders, scientists,
engineers, witnesses and even family members of those who lost their lives are members of the Truthers.
In your own words:
"The only thing that should be given some thought is the actual innocent people who lost their lives that day and their now remaining families."
Just google "9/11 Truth". There are over 26 million page results on this topic. Many families of the 9/11 victims are also trying to get to the
truth. I am quite sure many of them would NOT agree with your post.
*******Also, ATSers, please be aware of disinfo agents and trolls.********
Here is an article from www.911truth.org
Wednesday, September 15 2010 - Resources and Materials
The Traitor Betrays Himself
A review of David Ray Griffin's new book, Cognitive Infiltration: an Obama Appointee's Plan to Undermine the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory
By Tod Fletcher
Posted September 15, 2010
Shortly after taking office on January 20, 2009 President Obama appointed Harvard law professor (and personal friend) Cass Sunstein to the post of
administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. In June 2009 Sunstein published an essay in The Journal of Political
Philosophy entitled "Conspiracy Theories: Causes and Cures," in which he provided an "analysis" of conspiracy theories, viewing them, as his title
indicated, as "caused" by "informational isolation" and requiring "cures", i.e., elimination. The article led to an outcry by civil libertarians
of all political stripes, who especially singled out for protest Sunstein's call for covert "cognitive infiltration" by government agents of
organizations the government deems "conspiracist".
Because Sunstein explicitly states that "9/11 conspiracy theories" are his main focus, virtually all interpreters have agreed that Sunstein's call
for what is essentially another Cointelpro Operation is directed specifically against the 9/11 truth movement. (Cointelpro, or "Counter Intelligence
Program", was the FBI's name for its high-priority operations to infiltrate, provoke, undermine and disable civil rights, socialist, antiwar, black
power and Native American movements during the late 1950s and the 1960s.) The fantastic picture Sunstein paints of the 9/11 truth movement as
"harmful," "dangerous," and likely to resort to "terrorism" suggests that he is serving a function similar to Philip Zelikow's during the
Bush/Cheney years; in his own way, Sunstein too is a "myth-maker."