Originally posted by soulwaxer
For people with eyes that see, it is obvious that the destruction of WTC 1, 2 and 7 was controlled demolition. And it is therefore quite amazing that
9/11 debunkers are seemingly unable to see this.
Here is my theory on that: You debunkers have the same eyes as the rest of us, and therefore can also see the obvious. The difference is in how your
mind processes this information. For most of you, this has nothing to do with intelligence. It has everything to do with emotional trauma.
Second to the fantasies of stringing up and torturing debunkers (reported post) this is the most offensive thing I have read yet. Of course it's just
made entirely of fantasy. I'm not remotely 'emotionally traumatised'. I'm not even American. I live and work in a city that has faced
terrorist attacks and was destroyed in 1996 as a result.
So most of you actually do see the obvious, but are unable to face this emotionally which causes your mind to store that information in the
subconscious. Your mind has this natural defense mechanism that keeps you from losing it. But the information is still there along with the emotions
related to it, and that causes a strong conflict in the mind between the conscious and the subconscious. In order to restore a sense of peace, you
will put a lot of effort into trying to solve the conflict. That, dear debunkers, is why you spend so much time trying to debunk an idea you think is
The amount of rationalisation needed here is amazing. You can't accept that debunkers are both intelligent and disagree with you, so you have to
invent this idea that they're emotionally broken and so it makes sense that they're both intelligent but wrong.
On the other hand, the reality of the situation is that you have almost no clue what you are talking about regarding 911, you regurgitate stories
you've heard on other sites but without bothering to do trivial fact checking. This is why on a single fairly low traffic forum we have every
possible variation of truther theories, from micro-nukes to space-beams to vic-sims to no-planes and beyond.
Why else would you do that? Surely not because you enjoy it or don't have anything better to do. No, it is more likely that you have a huge
internal conflict that desperately needs solving.
Ah yes of course, the rare inverted occam's razor, where the most complicated answer is what you accept. Nope I'm sorry, but it is much more likely
that I enjoy debating and don't have anything better to do. I can tell you this because I have a lot of free time and am pretty sure I know my
emotional makeup better than you do.
So there you have it. 9/11 was, above all, a psychological attack. And you, dear debunkers, are the victims. But there is hope. At least
something deep inside you is actively trying to deal with your conflict and not completely ignoring it by turning it's focus to meaningless subjects
like Lady Gaga or whatever. And if you have made it this far in my post, then I truly believe you can make it all the way.
I did, some time ago. Once I researched both sides and discovered the nuttier fringes of the truth movement, I realised that any suspicions I had were
just that, Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt spread by those with an agenda to push their ideas (and shockingly, their merchandise) onto anyone who would
It's a form of 'secret knowledge' that elevates your ego. You believe that you have access to information others don't and so this gives you
greater power. As a result, anyone attempting to shake the foundations of this power must be psychologically damaged, or working for some evil
organisation etc. This is a much more parsimonious theory as it doesn't rely on the dichotomy of people having some secret emotional corruption but
also posting facts that you can't deal with.
To any debunker thinking of replying, please seriously think about why you spend your time doing so, and consider stating the reason in your
reply. Just as I have stated my own reasons for spending my time on spreading my own views.
You actually didn't, but nevermind. I spend time on here because I enjoy debate, and because I hate seeing people posting complete falsehoods and
arrogantly claiming they have the one true understanding of events. I find it funny people use an example of an atheist spending time on a christian
forum as something that wouldn't happen.
This is exactly what I used to do. I've debated creationists for the last decade or so, and if we are to apply the same logic as you used above, this
means i'm a closet Christian, Christianity is true, and the flood created emotional trauma that is crippling you from accepting it!
It's ridiculous when you apply the same logic to a situation you don't agree with, so maybe this should give you pause before applying it to
Just a thought.