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Propaganda website WWW.AMERICA.GOV is DEAD. Victory for 9/11 Truth Movement

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posted on May, 19 2011 @ 08:39 AM
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www.america.gov...

This ought to make people have faith in their government (sarcasm), the website that bravely defended the official story of 9/11 for a few months has now been shut down.

The two links offered to the back up sites doesn't bring up any info on conspiracy theories when you type 9/11 into the search bar.

I think this is a small victory for the Truth movement, outlasting once again a website built on lies, this time by the government.

People should understand the implications of this. This is (was) a government website, so logically operating on tax payer money, to publish lies and distortions to fool the American public.

"oh, but they had the facts...eh..." well not anymore, because the website is down.

And while we're on the topic, I'd just like to say that the other shill website, www.debunking911.com, hasn't been updated in 7 years


in just under four years, the 9/11 "Truth Movement" has ground to a halt.
Yeah, right. Four years


Just wanted to let you know that this america.gov website is no longer running, apparently the NSA/CIA bills ran short to keep this afloat.




posted on May, 19 2011 @ 08:59 AM
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Originally posted by filosophia
www.america.gov...

This ought to make people have faith in their government (sarcasm), the website that bravely defended the official story of 9/11 for a few months has now been shut down.

The two links offered to the back up sites doesn't bring up any info on conspiracy theories when you type 9/11 into the search bar.

I think this is a small victory for the Truth movement, outlasting once again a website built on lies, this time by the government.



Thsi site was almost certainly shut down because it only repeated what other government web sites were distributing so it was closed down as a cost saving measure...meaning that the developers were probably laid off too. Those other sites are still distributing the exact same information this one did.

How is this a victory for the 9/11 truth movement, exactly? You conspiracy mongors don't have any more credibility now than you did before.



posted on May, 19 2011 @ 09:23 AM
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Thanks for the info op will check it out later. More ppl are realising the truth.



posted on May, 19 2011 @ 09:27 AM
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lol cost saving measure, 14trillion in debt and you think they've done that to save costs hahahahah, clearly you dont deny ignorance.



posted on May, 19 2011 @ 02:38 PM
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Originally posted by Vanishr
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lol cost saving measure, 14trillion in debt and you think they've done that to save costs hahahahah, clearly you dont deny ignorance.


Out of all the possible explanations for it being shut down, from cost cutting measures to streamlining redundent web sites to low visitor count to critical technical personnel being transferred elsewhere, I can say with complete and total certainty that it was NOT shut down by any activism from you conspiracy theorists.

Sheesh, some people.



posted on May, 19 2011 @ 02:41 PM
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Originally posted by GoodOlDave



Thsi site was almost certainly shut down because it only repeated what other government web sites were distributing so it was closed down as a cost saving measure...meaning that the developers were probably laid off too. Those other sites are still distributing the exact same information this one did.

How is this a victory for the 9/11 truth movement, exactly? You conspiracy mongors don't have any more credibility now than you did before.




Yeah...The whole 12.95 a month it was costing the government really put a burden of the overall spending the US government does.

Good one.



posted on May, 19 2011 @ 02:55 PM
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Originally posted by DIDtm


Yeah...The whole 12.95 a month it was costing the government really put a burden of the overall spending the US government does.

Good one.


Please, point out where we can hire a full time Java programmer/web security specialist/web design artist for $12.95 a month, and I'll hire him. Heck, I'll hire two of him.

Aren't there any other straws you could be grasping at out of desperation to keep your conspiracy stories alive, rather than this one?



posted on May, 20 2011 @ 11:39 AM
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If the "truth movement" were gaining ground, why did the gov shut down the website meant to counter it? I would expect more activity, not shutdown, if anyone was worried. I think that the dilution of the truthers by having so many variations is such that they are past their peak. Many of the theories such as nuclear demolitions, "dustification," Pentagon missiles, etc., are so contorted and easily refuted that the public cannot accept them or their proponents as serious.
If the gaggle of truth sites would get together and find a common, reasonable point to investigate they might do more than take up bandwidth while bleeding the gullible. This would require a level of cooperation that the egos involved in some-groups-for-truth.com could not approach, much less accomplish, even with teams of cat herders.



posted on May, 20 2011 @ 12:24 PM
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Because they gave up? They couldn't keep the lies spinning fast enough, or their funding was cut because congress never authorized it. Any number of reasons, but "victory" I think not. The 9/11 Truth Movement is winning, which is why they keep printing new stories and new evidence of government cover ups and lies.



posted on May, 20 2011 @ 01:00 PM
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Or perhaps they just came to the conclusion that 9/11 Truth is dead and no longer warrants spending money on refuting it. Especially now that OBL is actually, y'know, dead. And with Bush having been out of the White House for a good 2 years now, people are no longer suffering from BDS and have come to realise that 9/11 truth was a silly thing to spend time on.

I mean, have we seen any new theories since the infamous Therm*te pamphlet?

It's all the same old, same old myths, lies and fabrications being trotted out. Hell, in one of the other threads running at the moment, we get the "$2.3 trillion missing the day before 9/11" myth rolled out for the umpteenth time.



posted on May, 20 2011 @ 01:53 PM
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I think your assertion that " the 9/11 truth movement is winning " is whistling in the dark.

Apart from this section of ATS I never hear or read anything about " 9/11 truth ". And it has become very clear to me that, approaching 10 years, the activity on here has definitely sharply declined and what activity there is is just re-hash on re-hash.

Or, like this thread, grasping at straws.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 09:44 AM
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Originally posted by GoodOlDave

Originally posted by DIDtm


Yeah...The whole 12.95 a month it was costing the government really put a burden of the overall spending the US government does.

Good one.


Please, point out where we can hire a full time Java programmer/web security specialist/web design artist for $12.95 a month, and I'll hire him. Heck, I'll hire two of him.

Aren't there any other straws you could be grasping at out of desperation to keep your conspiracy stories alive, rather than this one?


What am I grasping at here?
Im making a point that I highly doubt cost was the factor in shutting the site down.

Is there any other terminology you would like to use other than, 'grasping at straws', 'straw man argument', 'super dooper thermite', 'con artist (fill in the blank)', 'damned fool conspiracy websites', etc....?



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 12:12 PM
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Originally posted by DIDtm
What am I grasping at here?
Im making a point that I highly doubt cost was the factor in shutting the site down.


All right, fine, they shut it down because only five people visited the thing in the last ten years so the development of the site was a waste of time, if that explanation pleases you more. OR, they shut it down becuase everyone quit and got jobs at Google. The particular reason is largely immaterial. My point is that regardless of the reason, it has absolutely nothing to do with any imagined 9/11 truth activism, becuase let's face it, the only real truth activism you people actually do is gripe on Internet forums and buy T-shirts from Alex Jones' web site.

At this point you're simply arguing for the sake of arguing here.


Is there any other terminology you would like to use other than, 'grasping at straws', 'straw man argument', 'super dooper thermite', 'con artist (fill in the blank)', 'damned fool conspiracy websites', etc....?


No, not really. Ypu people are in fact grasping at straws and you people are in fact getting all your information from those damned fool conspiracy web sites, so there's no better way to articulate it that I can think of.

Go ahead and get the last word in, if such things matter to you. This whole thread is thoroughly pointless so I'm npot going to waste any more time on it.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 01:54 PM
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Fool me once, Fool me twice



I think that even though they had used the "America" in the name of the site....the .gov was a turn off to many.
Especially those that were looking for real answers to their questions.

Why go back to the root cause of the problem as in .gov and simply read the same old crap all over again ?

What about real answers...?

What about building 7 ?

And as to why these and many other real inquiries pertaining to 911 weren't covered and/or explained in the "Official Report" in the first place ?

R I.P.

Another government website regurgitating the same old crap. Shut down and deemed ineffective due to minimal hits and lack of interest by the general public.

As the old saying goes, "Fool Me Once, Fool Me Twice".

It's obvious that the general public didn't buy it....or felt like being fooled for a second time that is...




posted on May, 22 2011 @ 05:36 AM
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Originally posted by nh_ee

Fool me once, Fool me twice



I think that even though they had used the "America" in the name of the site....the .gov was a turn off to many.
Especially those that were looking for real answers to their questions.

Why go back to the root cause of the problem as in .gov and simply read the same old crap all over again ?

What about real answers...?

What about building 7 ?

And as to why these and many other real inquiries pertaining to 911 weren't covered and/or explained in the "Official Report" in the first place ?

R I.P.

Another government website regurgitating the same old crap. Shut down and deemed ineffective due to minimal hits and lack of interest by the general public.

As the old saying goes, "Fool Me Once, Fool Me Twice".

It's obvious that the general public didn't buy it....or felt like being fooled for a second time that is...



Actually it's a sign of a lack of interest from the general public in the issue of 9/11 generally. If most people were animated by 9/11 and wanted to know more, you would expect a large number of hits on that site even if people generally didn't believe the argument put forward by it.

If I was a "Truther" I would be worried that the opposition doesn't need to bother with a cyber presence, put it that way.




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