reply to post by dillweed
Exactly, we are wasting so much time and energy on this crazy bickering that's getting out of hand. I have a hard time understanding how there are
people who are aware of the facts
and yet still manage to block the natural conclusion. We may never know what exactly transpired that day or
the days before, but that's really not what matters here. What matters is that this should be our wake-up call. This should jolt us from our carefree
slumber, expand our minds and make us think. What I've realized here is that history is not shaped randomly, or because events, decisions,
circumstances and coincidences converge at some point in time. It is all carefully and deliberately planned and orchestrated. To look back and think
of the absurd story we were sold is to laugh at my own idiocy and naivety for believing it. But who could blame me? Or the American people, who were
in addition so grief-stricken and emotionally shaken that it must've been impossible to try to comprehend what had happened.
Nothing can be hidden forever, and the truth will come out sooner or later. I think they knew that, and it wasn't a problem, because all they needed
was the initial momentum to get what they wanted, and later on, when it was all eventually exposed, it wouldn't matter, because you can't go back and
change anything. You see, they played the strongest weapon there is. They played on your emotions. In the heat of the moment, they knew everyone would
be so appalled and shocked, and full of desire for righteousness and retribution, full of sadness and misery and even fear. They knew that no matter
the explanation they provided, the world would buy it, especially the Americans - shocked and chagrined, not even thinking about questioning anything,
because the terror and sadness overwhelmed them, and the heart took over the mind's work. The aftermath was crucial, and what they were counting on.
They needed the support of the people, and got it. Someone had to pay, someone had to be held responsible and brought to justice. And that's exactly
what they wanted. 10 years later, after it cooled down, what has changed? Some people have opened their eyes, sobered up, and are slowly getting the
picture. Much has changed, and terrible things have been done as a result of this horrendous ploy. But that's behind us, we need to look ahead. So,
why are you fighting each other here, and to what end? I urge you to stop the nonsense. Bad things are going to happen. I also urge you to watch this,
if you haven't already (perhaps a bit off-topic though!):
Btw, is there any
kind of consensus as to which theory might explain the collapse of the twins, or the Pentagon attack, or both? Not that it
matters, but I'm curious. I've seen the thermite (or thermate?) experiments conducted by some guy where he proves that thermite can indeed cut steel
(great stuff btw, many thanks for that). To think I blindly trusted National Geographic or Discovery, as if they're some kind of infallible authority.
Haven't gone through the nuke theory by Khalezov, mainly because it's so voluminous and thorough. Btw, if someone proposes a theory that consists of
many various claims (some of which don't affect others and are completely separate issues) and some of these claims are disproved or simply nebulous
and outrageous, that doesn't mean the entire theory should immediately be discarded, or that other claims are immediately false as well. I'm sure you
guys here are well acquainted with logical fallacies though. Speaking of which, I've noticed that the ad hominem has become the norm in 9/11
discussions, especially among those who advocate the official version. They seem to be very wordy when it comes to "truthers". (not a term I'm fond of
Take care all!
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