posted on Nov, 16 2004 @ 01:26 PM
There are bound to be a million theories about 9/11. That's what happens when you have the technology that we do today in the communications field.
Had Pearl Harbor happened in 2001 instead of 1941 I have to imagine that theories would be running rampant on the internet about how it was really
FDR's soldiers in the planes and it was a charade to excuse us for blowing out Japan and Germany so we could get their . That's the nature of
today's world. People post their theories on the internet and other people see something is on the internet and translate that to mean that it's
YES there's lots of questions about 9/11. YES a family that lost someone has the right to want answers about what happened to their loved ones.
However, I think sometimes this is taken way too far and the families of these victims are used as tools by people with political agendas and that is
not fair to anyone involved.
Look at the 9/11 Commission for example. It was necessary to open the proceedings in NYC (attended by numerous family members of victims) with a
video presentation that repeatedly showed the crashes and collapses? Come on. Nothing spells a good photo op like teary eyed family members.
A fact finding mission is supposed to find facts. Not repay people for their emotional distress. Their emotional distress is a distraction and is
irrelevant. Yes, that sounds cold, I'm aware. While I didn't lose any family members there I lost a lot of friends and colleagues and almost got
my head taken off there as well. I would appreciate answers too, but I would appreciate answers that are found by getting down to the bottom of what
the hell happened. Not by turning it into an episode of "as the world turns".
Enough drama, enough whining, enough campaigning, and enough Hollywoodization of this tragedy. Some of want real answers, not an Oscar. Get the
crying people off the screen, get the fact finding experts on the scene and hang whoever was responsible for failing the American people. We deserve