Originally posted by _BoneZ_
reply to post by GoodOlDave
False. I've never subscribed to any conspiracy theory before or after 9/11. For you or anyone else to claim that every single thing you've
ever been told or taught is the absolute truth, is a psychological problem in and of itself.
Now, why do you try to insult everyone's intelligence by attempting to pass off such a lie? This whole 9/11 conspiracy isn't just one conspiracy;
it's an entire smorgasbord of conspiracies...
a) for controlled demolitions to be in the building it by definition means someone organized an operation to sneak loyal operatives in to plant them,
and it's necessarily the fact the organizers and the operatives that planted them didn't care they were goign to kill thousands of innocent people.
b) It also means there had to have been an additional conspiracy to infiltrate the NYPA with operatives to allow said saboteurs into the building and
commit said sabotage without being noticed.
c) for there to be zero tangible evidence of said controlled dmeolitions it necessarily means there were additional conspiracies set up to consciously
conceal the operation. All the people working at ground zero never reported the blatant evidence of sabotage they were seeing, all the people
releasing studies and reports were deliberately making things up, and some para-police force is going around makign sure noone comes forward to spill
d) for there to even be all these conspiracies it means it's to benefit some specific goal, and the cause and effect from 9/11 would mean it was to
frame Afghanistan for the crime, which means there's ANOTHER as-yet unknown conspiracy involving some massive concealed benefit from possessing
Afghanistan for all these armies of conspirators to be doing what they're doing.
So please don't waste my time claiming you don't believe in a blizzard of other conspiracies, because you'd have to be incredibly stupid and lazy
to simply claim "secret controlled demolitions" and not be able to understand just it means for "secret controlled demolitions" to have been in
the building, and you're certainly not stupid and you're certainly not lazy.
For there being such a major "lack of evidence", there sure are alot of very well-educated and highly-credible people that are seeing some
sort of evidence, and would beg to differ.
No it doesn't. All it means is that they exhibit the exact same personality traits of conspiracy theorism that these published psychologists are
documenting; cynisism, low agreeableness, and the like. These "experts" you're referring to aren't basing their claims on any professional
opinion. They're basing it on their own individual interpretaion of the world around them, along with an unhealthy dose of misrepresentation and
propaganda from those damned fool conspiracy web sites. I would have thought you'd be the first to agree with me on this, since you've been railing
about all these fringe conspiracies of "hologram planes" and "faked crash site at Shanksville" yourself.
Nobody, but nobody, is going to look at the towers falling and instinctively think it was destroyed by lasers from outer space. Someone had to have
come along and put the inane idea into their heads. Sinply claiming "oh, well, Jesse Ventura was governor of Minnesota and he believes in these
lasers from outer space so it must be true" is being intellectually lazy.
Seems to me that you would rather claim that some of our world's top schools are just giving people PhD's like candy with no real education.
I would suggest having another look at my psychology thread and heeding some of their
No, actually, I along with the reast of the world would much rather prefer to see some evidence to back up your claims other than these inane
"witnesses heard explosions" and "Bush knew someone who knew someone who knew someone who knew someone who knew Hitler" innuendo dropping being
presented here. If I see one more character attempt to pass off "does the order still stand" as "stand down order" here, you will not appreciate
Tell me something, in all honesty- if you conspiracy people genuinely believe you're right then why do you conspiracy people need to resort to
passing off outright lies to give yourself false credibility?