posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 05:55 PM
Of course the 9/11 conspiracy theories are delusional. Why, the conspiracy theorists even believe that five men were seen cheering while video taping
the Twin Towers before the 2nd plane hit, that they were arrested and held in custody by the authorities for three months before being set free to
return to their home country, and that they then appeared on national TV claiming that they were sent "to document the event". Clearly this cannot
be true unless, of course, Osama Bin Laden sent them.
They also believe that the FBI was telling the truth when they testified under oath at the Zacarias Moussaoui trial in 2006 that there were no cell
phone calls from Flight 77, the flight where we learned that there were terrorists on board with box cutters. Clearly this is also dillusional
because, if it were true, we would not know about the box cutters.
The conspiracy theorists, as they are derisively called, also believe that scientists discovered a highly explosive material called nano-thermite in
the dust of 9/11. This, too, cannot be true because it would mean that explosives were used, which we know was not the case because NIST, who refused
to test for explosives, said so.
These conspiracy theorists also believe that all 82 columns of WTC7 failed instantaneously, causing the building to drop over the first hundred feet
in free fall. This of course is not true because NIST reported that WTC7 fell in a progressive collapse starting from column 79 across the entire
building, when it just suddenly collapsed. NIST does, however, admit that the building did free fall for 2.25 seconds.
The list of delusions goes on and on. Read more about them at ae911truth.org.