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Originally posted by SevenOhhTwo
Either go all the way or dont go at all..
Originally posted by Raelsatu
Agreed, I tend to just avoid any thread with 9/11 in the title now. Some people are truthers, some people actually think the government had nothing to deal with it. But even if 99 percent of America thought it was an inside job, nothing would happen to anybody. Those in power would say it's crazy talk till the end of time.
Originally posted by Iwinder
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
I don't see the point of "giving it a rest" when there are so many questions and so few answers.
To give it a rest is to give up the quest for the truth.
That should never be allowed to happen, as history has proven that many times with persistent questioning the truth will emerge.
Originally posted by NightGypsy
reply to post by SevenOhhTwo
C'mon guys enough with the 9/11 threads already.. 9/11 was 10 years ago and about 3000 people died supposedly. Now do i feel bad for the families that lost love ones of course, but you have to move on.. I lost my real father before i was even born in 1989 and my father figure in may of 2001, and it has effected me.. I have moved on though and im attempting to be the best man i can be without my father.. Whether you believe the official story, of 9/11 or some type of conspiracy we should move on.. I could understand that if your some truther then keep trying to get the truth if thats what you believe in. I personally believe 911 wasn't what they said it was but i also believe that things happen for a reason and everyone and everybody involved either will get or got what they had coming to them. If there is a conspiracy then we need to stop giving our energy to whoever wants it.. Just realize that whatever happened happened for a reason and 3000 souls if they did perish are probably at peace somehow.. Either go all the way or dont go at all..
I'm sorry, Seven, because I don't think you are intentionally trying to rile people up, here, but your logic confounds my mind. Please understand I mean no disrespect, but you moving on after your father's death is a completely different situation. Your father's death was not used as a tool to create support for wars that never should have happened. Your father's death hasn't been the precursor to millions of innocent lives that have been taken, AND CONTINUE TO BE TAKEN DAILY, as a result of these wars...and I suspect your father's death was not at the hands of NUMEROUS conspirators who, till this day, continue to live free and easy while the rest of us suffer the consequences....and will CONTINUE to suffer the consequences until the truth is accepted and dealt with so this won't happen again.
Please try to think beyond your own backyard.
I can relate to losing a family member, but why keep this memory alive?? Why do Americans continue to support horrible things??