Originally posted by _BoneZ_
I'm only repeating what several firefighters reported seeing. But I guess you're calling them liars. That's unfortunate for your
The fact remains that there are many, many videos showing the collapse from every angle and not one of them shows any "flashes going up, down, and
around the towers". This is an indisputable fact and and cannot be altered for your benefit, so anyone who offers testimony that contradicts what
the multitudes of video shows is wrong. You can object, you can whine, and you can cry in the corner to your heart's content, but the fact still
remains that anyone who offers testimony that contradicts what the multitudes of video shows is still wrong.
Let's face facts here. You're really not repeating what the first responders said. You're repeating what you read on one of those damned fool
conspiracy websites that's deceptively misquoting the first responders. Despite what these first responders are saying in these cherry picked
misquotes, none of them support these "secret controlled demolitions" claims or else you'd have heard more from them than just these individual
tidbits. You know that and so do I.
You must've missed my thread here:
I didn't miss it. Yoru thread was thoroughly debunked years before you even posted it and you're simply a latecomer to the party. This video was
posted in back in 2007.
No drop in security pre-9/11
Oh, you mean security as in the Bush family security company? There would be no conflict of interest there, now would there?
I must tell you I am immune to innuendo dropping. Marvin Bush wasn't a security guard, he was on the board of directors on a company that owned that
security company. Unless you're suggesting Marvin Bush used his authority to go into the towers and plant these secret hush-a-boom explosives
personally, there necessarily had to have been an entire infrastructure of managerial layers between him and the evil gov't ninjas who did. He gave
the order to the board, the board gave the order to their subsidiary's managament, the subsidiary's management gave orders to the supervisors, the
supervisors gave orders to the security guards, the security guards allowed the evil gov't ninjas into the building, etc etc etc, involving hundeds
of people in this supposedly "secret" conspiracy of yours.
Do I really need to point out that your relying on hordes of secret agents planted everywhere that noone ever sees is a kissing cousin to a religious
fanatic's reliance on the supernatural to justify his beliefs?
Was there any evidence suggesting as much? No. Was there evidence of explosions and incendiaries? Yes. They didn't test for either because
they denied the existence of the evidence. It's right in the OP. Maybe you should go back and read it again.
Baloney. The only evidence of explosives that exists is drivel being invented by people who want to believe the towers came down by controlled
demolitions. Case in point- the well known photo of the core columns that were cut by acetalyne torch that your side is falsely claiming were cut by
thermite. How many photos of workmen cutting steel with acetalyne torches at ground zero do I need to post before you conspiracy mongers stop
spreading that lie?
Furthermore, if the planes did more damage, then we would see more damage here:
You really are scraping the bottom of the barrel here. You cannot determine what the damage to the interior of the building would be by looking at
the exterior. If you cannot comprehend this simple fact then you might as well go find another hobby now.
Besides, seeing that three of the four stairwells in the core were completely destroyed by the impact and had trapped the people in the upper stories,
reality says those damned fool conspiracy websites you're getting this bit from are making this up too.
So much for your (and Purdue's) theory about the planes doing more structural damage. And anyone who suggests the planes did do more damage,
haven't the slightest idea of the strength of steel or aluminum.
I really tire of your deliberate ommission of critical facts. The Purdue report concentrated on the force of impact from the incompressible fluids
the plane carried, more than it did the materials the plane was constructed out of. If you're genuinely attempting to suggest massive amounts of
fluids travelling at hundreds of miles per hour aren't able to damage buildings then there's a certain coastal city in Louisiana that you'll need
Ahh, good ol' denial at work. You believe in a conspiracy theory. No definitive evidence or proof of anything has ever been shown to
suggest one way or another.
No, actually, I believe in conspiracy fact. There is a conspiracy that those damned fool conspiracy websites are deliberately spreading
misinformation, innuendo, and outright lies to instigate false public unrest and I can give you all the evidence for this that you'd like. If memory
serves, even you are protesting the more fringe theories of lasers from outer space that characters like Judy Wood are pushing out. You should be the
first person here to agree with me.