Originally posted by thegameisup
That sentence makes no sense, why is it nonsense to make myself look bad? That just isn't coherent.
Why would you report someone for having an opinion? If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to report right?
When you type complete nonsense, it makes yourself look bad. That's pretty coherent. I report posts that accuse others of being complicit or 'part
of the problem' as that breaks rules here.
What is a truther? I don't have to show that anyone is part of the problem, that is just my opinion, which I can state without having to show
anything. If I and others feel that there is a cover up going on, then we can say that right? This is a website where we can discuss anything and
everything to do with 9/11 is it not? If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to get worked up over right?
A truther is someone who presents the idea of an alternate or hidden truth to 911. This is what you're doing, if you are now saying that you have no
desire or need to back up your statements, then we can dismiss your opinions without evidence. You clearly want your opinions taken seriously, and so
you need to back them up.
What has this remark got to do with anything? No one was discussing gravity, and I cannot see how this remotely connects with anything you are
You claim that the existence of questions proves that there's something wrong. I point out that people question the age of the earth, the theory of
gravity, the theory of evolution. These are not wrong, but yet the questions exist. Therefore your assertion that questions = issues is defeated.
So people that question things are morons as you put it. So you don't like being called part of the problem but you don't mind calling people
Sure, young earth creationists are morons.
Listen, people have questioned things from year dot, this is how man works, and because people do not believe all of the OS, due to many holes
in it, we are naturally going to ask a lot of questions. That is our right, we do, after all pay the wages of the governments, and if we feel we are
being lied to, then we have the right to ask plenty of questions.
Just because you're asking these questions does not mean that you've got any proof though. As I said before, people question the age of the earth.
Do you think they have an actual evidence of a young earth? Of course not.
There may be people in the world that do not understand factual scenarios, but this has nothing to do with 9/11. There are untold well educated
people that just do not think they are being told the whole truth about 9/11.
I've yet to see evidence of this. Every authoritative source presented with the counter 911 theory is associated with outlandish or completely
illogical claims. I can't think of a single
truther source that is well educated and coherent at all times.
It is their right to challenge the OS if they think it stinks. Many do, if they didn't this forum and all the other 9/11 forums would not
exist would they.
They can challenge it if they like, but you made claims about questions being evidence of flaws, which is not accurate.
I don't see how the earth being 4 billion years old, and religions have anything to do with 9/11, it's just not remotely relevant. So I shall
ignore that because it's just too way out there and off topic. No I don't agree because it's not something to do with 9/11 and so I have no
interest in discussing religion or how old the earth is. Perhaps if you have an interest in religion and the earth's age, then there are other
sections within ATS where you can go and discuss those things with likeminded members.
What they have to do with 911 is the belief structure. The belief in an alternate truth is exactly the same as a belief in a religion. It's supported
the same way (pseudofacts with personal relevance) and argued the same way (personal assertion).
The point of my post is to draw a parallel between the two, so you can see that just having questions does not equate in any way to flaws in a theory.
Millions of people question the age of the earth, yet it remains an undeniable fact.
Again, more ad hominem, calling me a fool for having an opinion. I do believe there are many people who like to masquerade as debunkers are
part of the problem. As stated, that is my opinion, and again, if those that I feel are part of the problem have nothing to hide, then there is no
need to be bothered by anything is there?
You don't know what an ad hominem is, so perhaps look that up. What I am bothered by is the straight up assertions that someone like me, who is only
interested in the truth, is somehow perpetuating some vast undefined conspiracy.
That is wrong, it's immoral to claim so, it's against the rules of this site, and it shows you up as a 'believer'. QED.