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Mistrust of government was Loughner's defining conviction, the friends said. He believed the U.S. government was behind 9/11, and worried that governments were maneuvering to create a unified monetary system ("a New World Order currency" one friend said) so that social elites and bureaucrats could control the rest of the world.
Originally posted by GoodOlDave
If you're going to quote this conspiracy factoid then please quote it correctly. The BBC didn't report WTC7 collapsing 30 odd minutes before it did. The BBC reported THE SALOMON BROTHERS BUILDING had collapsed 30 off minutes before it did. It's patently obvious they didn't know the actual name for WTC 7 was the Salomon Brothers building and confused it with one of the other buildings. I say this because until you conspiracy people started coming out of the woodwork, *I* didn't know the proper name for WTC 7 was the Salomon Brother's building. Tell me, did *you* know the proper name for WTC 7 was the Salomon Brothers building?
In the morning of May 13, 2008 a fire started in the main building of the Faculty of Architecture. The fire soon engulfed several floors of the southern wing of the building. As fire fighters struggled to control the blaze, the fire spread throughout the building which had been evacuated when the first fire alarm went off. The damage to the building proved to be extensive. Parts of the northern wing had collapsed and it was feared that the rest of the building would follow. However, the library, considered to be one of the finest in Europe and containing several thousands of books, was undamaged. This collection also included rare maps and cartography dating to the 17th Century. Delft University employed specialists to remove the books and materials due to the structural instability of the building, and as of July 4, it has been confirmed that these books and maps have been safely removed and show no signs of damage. This is believed to be due to the fact that the fire spread upwards from the 6th Floor, whereas the library was located on the ground floor. Firefighters were also able to save the historic models and furniture, including chairs by Gerrit Rietveld and Le Corbusier. The Architecture building has been completely demolished. The former main building of the TU Delft is now used to house the faculty. It is believed the fire was started by a ruptured water pipe which short circuited a coffee machine on the 6th floor of the building.
Originally posted by igigi
reply to post by budaruskie
Oh it gets better, check out the ENTIRETY of the 3rd video.
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Believe the official narrative if you wish, but realize you're being lied to.
4. Summary: The fire and subsequent collapse of a substantial portion of the Faculty of Architectural Building at the Delft University of Technology is significant in that fire-related collapse of structures is rare, with collapse of reinforced concrete structures even more so. This case is of particular interest since the fire started as any ordinary fire might – failure of an electrical appliance – and the fuel load in the building was not particularly high – yet the fire grew so rapidly that the fire department was unable to undertake successful fire control or extinguishing activities and a significant structural collapse occurred, resulting in the need to demolish the building for a total loss on the order of €100 Million.