posted on Jul, 16 2012 @ 02:16 AM
A lot of people are visiting The 9/11 Conspiracy theory forum. To me it shows that people still have questions and they are looking for answers. But
all we do here is argue with each other for almost 11 years now. I don't know how others feel about it, but I'm sick of it.
I think we have 2 types of people in post 9/11 world. one type is the regular people who only want to live and let live, take care of their families.
These group of people care about the future for their kids, they wake up in the morning and go to work. They have a goal in life and they are working
hard to achieve it. These people don't want to hurt anybody and basically all they want is to be left alone so they can do what they need to do.
Then there is a group of people that also have goals in life, but they are willing to do anything to achieve their goals. They are willing to hurt
other people if they get in the way. And this group knows that they need other people who are willing to hurt others in order to help them achieve
On 9/11 the first group of people did what they have been doing every day. They went to work just like they did the day before. The second group
decided a long time ago that they need to kill people for whatever reason. So they hijacked airplanes and killed 3000 regular people. I think we can
all agree that whoever was behind the attack were terrorists. And these terrorists are winning because they divided the first group of people into 2
groups, Debunkers vs Truthers. These two groups should not exist at all because they are the same.
So is it possible for debunkers and truthers to agree on something or has it really become a sport of arguing? Are both sides willing to agree that
they are both wrong about somethings? what is the point of arguing if we won't admit that we are wrong? How long will this last?
In the beginning I was wrong about many things. You can say that I was in a way a "debunker" when I first heard that people think it was an inside
job. It sounded crazy to me at the time, but then i looked into it and I debunked myself.
I thought that nobody looked for explosives in NYC, and I was wrong, i know that I was wrong because a "debunker" made me research further. And I'm
sure I will find out later that I am wrong about somethings now. So to me it seems that there is no debunkers and no truthers. All of us are people
helping each other to find answers to our questions.
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