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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Percy on Mon Mar 01, 2010 7:27 pm

    I hear you Blou and respect your opinion, I am not saying anything for certain, I am on the fence regarding the whose and whats of that day. Frankly nobody really knows what happened except those involved, the 9-11 commission report is BS and I dont think that can be disputed, the crime scene was cleaned up too fast and an real investigation never took place. To add insult toinury Bush FIRST appointed Henry Kissenger to lead the 9-11 investigation, that alone made me start to question things.

    I have it all worked out what I think happened on that day and it doesnt involve many people at all, it was actually very simple. I dont have the energy right now to get in to all of that but at some point I wil share my theory with you and I think you will agree at that time that what I have to say is certainly possible.

    But again, I am not some hare brained conspiracy theorist but I dont trust that the government tells us the truth most of the time and we are in fact ties up with radical islamic groups and have trained, organized and funded them for decades, such is a matter of public record and not something just found on some whacknut's website.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Percy on Mon Mar 01, 2010 7:27 pm

    Paximus wrote:I hear you Blou and respect your opinion, I am not saying anything for certain, I am on the fence regarding the whose and whats of that day. Frankly nobody really knows what happened except those involved, the 9-11 commission report is BS and I dont think that can be disputed, the crime scene was cleaned up too fast and an real investigation never took place. To add insult toinury Bush FIRST appointed Henry Kissenger to lead the 9-11 investigation, that alone made me start to question things.

    I have it all worked out what I think happened on that day and it doesnt involve many people at all, it was actually very simple. I dont have the energy right now to get in to all of that but at some point I wil share my theory with you and I think you will agree at that time that what I have to say is certainly possible.

    But again, I am not some hare brained conspiracy theorist but I dont trust that the government tells us the truth most of the time and we are in fact tied up with radical islamic groups and have trained, organized and funded them for decades, such is a matter of public record and not something just found on some whacknut's website.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Percy on Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:19 pm

    A very good friend, writer and colleague of mine, Jeff, put this together a few years ago, IMO it is must read material and asks all the right questions regarding the events of 9-11. He is not a conspiracy theoriest, he is a political satirist and comic book writer by profession, but on this issue he is dead on IMO, take the time to really read and digest what he is saying here it is well worth your time:

    All blue words are links of documentation.


    The Coincidence Theorist's Guide to 9/11



    Happy coincidenting!

    That governments have permitted terrorist acts against their own people, and have even themselves been perpetrators in order to find strategic advantage is quite likely true, but this is the United States we're talking about.

    That intelligence agencies, financiers, terrorists and narco-criminals have a long history together is well established, but the Nugan Hand Bank, BCCI, Banco Ambrosiano, the P2 Lodge, the CIA/Mafia anti-Castro/Kennedy alliance, Iran/Contra and the rest were a long time ago, so there’s no need to rehash all that. That was then, this is now!

    That Jonathan Bush’s Riggs Bank has been found guilty of laundering terrorist funds and fined a US-record $25 million must embarrass his nephew George, but it's still no justification for leaping to paranoid conclusions.

    That George Bush's brother Marvin sat on the board of the Kuwaiti-owned company which provided electronic security to the World Trade Centre, Dulles Airport and United Airlines means nothing more than you must admit those Bush boys have done alright for themselves.

    That George Bush found success as a businessman only after the investment of Osama’s brother Salem and reputed al Qaeda financier Khalid bin Mahfouz is just one of those things - one of those crazy things.

    That Osama bin Laden is known to have been an asset of US foreign policy in no way implies he still is.

    That al Qaeda was active in the Balkan conflict, fighting on the same side as the US as recently as 1999, while the US protected its cells, is merely one of history's little aberrations.

    The claims of Michael Springman, State Department veteran of the Jeddah visa bureau, that the CIA ran the office and issued visas to al Qaeda members so they could receive training in the United States, sound like the sour grapes of someone who was fired for making such wild accusations.

    That one of George Bush's first acts as President, in January 2001, was to end the two-year deployment of attack submarines which were positioned within striking distance of al Qaeda's Afghanistan camps, even as the group's guilt for the Cole bombing was established, proves that a transition from one administration to the next is never an easy task.

    That so many influential figures in and close to the Bush White House had expressed, just a year before the attacks, the need for a "new Pearl Harbor" before their militarist ambitions could be fulfilled, demonstrates nothing more than the accidental virtue of being in the right place at the right time.

    That the company PTECH, founded by a Saudi financier placed on America’s Terrorist Watch List in October 2001, had access to the FAA’s entire computer system for two years before the 9/11 attack, means he must not have been such a threat after all.

    That whistleblower Indira Singh was told to keep her mouth shut and forget what she learned when she took her concerns about PTECH to her employers and federal authorities, suggests she lacked the big picture. And that the Chief Auditor for JP Morgan Chase told Singh repeatedly, as she answered questions about who supplied her with what information, that "that person should be killed," suggests he should take an anger management seminar.

    That on May 8, 2001, Dick Cheney took upon himself the job of co-ordinating a response to domestic terror attacks even as he was crafting the administration’s energy policy which bore implications for America's military, circumventing the established infrastructure and ignoring the recommendations of the Hart-Rudman report, merely shows the VP to be someone who finds it hard to delegate.

    That the standing order which covered the shooting down of hijacked aircraft was altered on June 1, 2001, taking discretion away from field commanders and placing it solely in the hands of the Secretary of Defense, is simply poor planning and unfortunate timing. Fortunately the error has been corrected, as the order was rescinded shortly after 9/11.

    That in the weeks before 9/11, FBI agent Colleen Rowley found her investigation of Zacarias Moussaoui so perversely thwarted that her colleagues joked that bin Laden had a mole at the FBI, proves the stress-relieving virtue of humour in the workplace.

    That Dave Frasca of the FBI’s Radical Fundamentalist Unit received a promotion after quashing multiple, urgent requests for investigations into al Qaeda assets training at flight schools in the summer of 2001 does appear on the surface odd, but undoubtedly there's a good reason for it, quite possibly classified.

    That FBI informant Randy Glass, working an undercover sting, was told by Pakistani intelligence operatives that the World Trade Center towers were coming down, and that his repeated warnings which continued until weeks before the attacks, including the mention of planes used as weapons, were ignored by federal authorities, is simply one of the many "What Ifs" of that tragic day.

    That over the summer of 2001 Washington received many urgent, senior-level warnings from foreign intelligence agencies and governments - including those of Germany, France, Great Britain, Russia, Egypt, Israel, Morocco, Afghanistan and others - of impending terror attacks using hijacked aircraft and did nothing, demonstrates the pressing need for a new Intelligence Czar.

    That John Ashcroft stopped flying commercial aircraft in July 2001 on account of security considerations had nothing to do with warnings regarding September 11, because he said so to the 9/11 Commission.

    That former lead counsel for the House David Schippers says he’d taken to John Ashcroft’s office specific warnings he’d learned from FBI agents in New York of an impending attack – even naming the proposed dates, names of the hijackers and the targets – and that the investigations had been stymied and the agents threatened, proves nothing but David Schipper’s pathetic need for attention.

    That Garth Nicolson received two warnings from contacts in the intelligence community and one from a North African head of state, which included specific site, date and source of the attacks, and passed the information to the Defense Department and the National Security Council to evidently no effect, clearly amounts to nothing, since virtually nobody has ever heard of him.

    That in the months prior to September 11, self-described US intelligence operative Delmart Vreeland sought, from a Toronto jail cell, to get US and Canadian authorities to heed his warning of his accidental discovery of impending catastrophic attacks is worthless, since Vreeland was a dubious character, notwithstanding the fact that many of his claims have since been proven true.

    That FBI Special Investigator Robert Wright claims that agents assigned to intelligence operations actually protect terrorists from investigation and prosecution, that the FBI shut down his probe into terrorist training camps, and that he was removed from a money-laundering case that had a direct link to terrorism, sounds like yet more sour grapes from a disgruntled employee.

    That George Bush had plans to invade Afghanistan on his desk before 9/11 demonstrates only the value of being prepared.

    The suggestion that securing a pipeline across Afghanistan figured into the White House’s calculations is as ludicrous as the assertion that oil played a part in determining war in Iraq.

    That Afghanistan is once again the world’s principal heroin producer is an unfortunate reality, but to claim the CIA is still actively involved in the narcotics trade is to presume bad faith on the part of the agency.

    Mahmood Ahmed, chief of Pakistan’s ISI, must not have authorized an al Qaeda payment of $100,000 to Mohammed Atta days before the attacks, and was not meeting with senior Washington officials over the week of 9/11, because I didn’t read anything about him in the official report.

    That Porter Goss met with Ahmed the morning of September 11 in his capacity as Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has no bearing whatsoever upon his recent selection by the White House to head the Central Intelligence Agency.

    That Goss's congressional seat encompasses the 9/11 hijackers' Florida base of operation, including their flight schools, is precisely the kind of meaningless factoid a conspiracy theorist would bring up.

    It's true that George HW Bush and Dick Cheney spent the evening of September 10 alone in the Oval Office, but what's wrong with old colleagues catching up? And it's true that George HW Bush and Shafig bin Laden, Osama's brother, spent the morning of September 11 together at a board meeting of the Carlyle Group, but the bin Ladens are a big family.

    That FEMA arrived in New York on Sept 10 to prepare for a scheduled biowarfare drill, and had a triage centre ready to go that was larger and better equipped than the one that was lost in the collapse of WTC 7, was a lucky twist of fate.

    Newsweek’s report that senior Pentagon officials cancelled flights on Sept 10 for the following day on account of security concerns is only newsworthy because of what happened the following morning.

    That George Bush's telephone logs for September 11 do not exist should surprise no one, given the confusion of the day.

    That Mohamed Atta attended the International Officer's School at Maxwell Air Force Base, that Abdulaziz Alomari attended Brooks Air Force Base Aerospace Medical School, that Saeed Alghamdi attended the Defense Language Institute in Monterey merely shows it is a small world, after all.

    That Lt Col Steve Butler, Vice Chancellor for student affairs of the Defense Language Institute during Alghamdi's terms, was disciplined, removed from his post and threatened with court martial when he wrote "Bush knew of the impending attacks on America. He did nothing to warn the American people because he needed this war on terrorism. What is...contemptible is the President of the United States not telling the American people what he knows for political gain," is the least that should have happened for such disrespect shown his Commander in Chief.

    That Mohammed Atta dressed like a Mafioso, had a stripper girlfriend, smuggled drugs, was already a licensed pilot when he entered the US, enjoyed pork chops, drank to excess and did cocaine, was closer to Europeans than Arabs in Florida, and included the names of defence contractors on his email list, proves how dangerous the radical fundamentalist Muslim can be.

    That 43 lbs of heroin was found on board the Lear Jet owned by Wally Hilliard, the owner of Atta’s flight school, just three weeks after Atta enrolled – the biggest seizure ever in Central Florida – was just bad luck. That Hilliard was not charged shows how specious the claims for conspiracy truly are.

    That Hilliard’s plane had made 30-round trips to Venezuela with the same passengers who always paid cash, that the plane had been supplied by a pair of drug smugglers who had also outfitted CIA drug runner Barry Seal, and that 9/11 commissioner Richard ben-Veniste had been Seal’s attorney before Seal’s murder, shows nothing but the lengths to which conspiracists will go to draw sinister conclusions.

    Reports of insider trading on 9/11 are false, because the SEC investigated and found only respectable investors who will remain nameless involved, and no terrorists, so the windfall profit-taking was merely, as ever, coincidental.

    That heightened security for the World Trade Centre was lifted immediately prior to the attacks illustrates that it always happens when you least expect it.

    That Hani Hanjour, the pilot of Flight 77, was so incompetent he could not fly a Cessna in August, but in September managed to fly a 767 at excessive speed into a spiraling, 270-degree descent and a level impact of the first floor of the Pentagon, on the only side that was virtually empty and had been hardened to withstand a terrorist attack, merely demonstrates that people can do almost anything once they set their minds to it.

    That none of the flight data recorders were said to be recoverable even though they were located in the tail sections, and that until 9/11, no solid-state recorder in a catastrophic crash had been unrecoverable, shows how there's a first time for everything.

    That Mohammed Atta left a uniform, a will, a Koran, his driver's license and a "how to fly planes" video in his rental car at the airport means he had other things on his mind.

    The mention of Israelis with links to military-intelligence having been arrested on Sept 11 videotaping and celebrating the attacks, of an Israeli espionage ring surveiling DEA and defense installations and trailing the hijackers, and of a warning of impending attacks delivered to the Israeli company Odigo two hours before the first plane hit, does not deserve a response. That the stories also appeared in publications such as Ha'aretz and Forward is a sad display of self-hatred among certain elements of the Israeli media.

    That multiple military wargames and simulations were underway the morning of 9/11 – one simulating the crash of a plane into a building; another, a live-fly simulation of multiple hijackings – and took many interceptors away from the eastern seaboard and confused field commanders as to which was a real hijacked aircraft and which was a hoax, was a bizarre coincidence, but no less a coincidence.

    That the National Military Command Center ops director asked a rookie substitute to stand his watch at 8:30 am on Sept. 11 is nothing more than bad timing.

    That a recording made Sept 11 of air traffic controllers’ describing what they had witnessed, was destroyed by an FAA official who crushed it in his hand, cut the tape into little pieces and dropped them in different trash cans around the building, is something no doubt that overzealous official wishes he could undo.

    That the FBI knew precisely which Florida flight schools to descend upon hours after the attacks should make every American feel safer knowing their federal agents are on the ball.

    That a former flight school executive believes the hijackers were "double agents," and says about Atta and associates, "Early on I gleaned that these guys had government protection. They were let into this country for a specific purpose," and was visited by the FBI just four hours after the attacks to intimidate him into silence, proves he's an unreliable witness, for the simple reason there is no conspiracy.

    That Jeb Bush was on board an aircraft that removed flight school records to Washington in the middle of the night on Sept 12th demonstrates how seriously the governor takes the issue of national security.

    To insinuate evil motive from the mercy flights of bin Laden family members and Saudi royals after 9/11 shows the sickness of the conspiratorial mindset.

    Le Figaro’s report in October 2001, known to have originated with French intelligence, that the CIA met Osama bin Laden in a Dubai hospital in July 2001, proves again the perfidy of the French.

    That the tape in which bin Laden claims responsibility for the attacks was released by the State Department after having been found providentially by US forces in Afghanistan, and depicts a fattened Osama with a broader face and a flatter nose, proves Osama, and Osama alone, masterminded 9/11.

    That at the battle of Tora Bora, where bin Laden was surrounded on three sides, Special Forces received no order to advance and capture him and were forced to stand and watch as two Russian-made helicopters flew into the area where bin Laden was believed hiding, loaded up passengers and returned to Pakistan, demonstrates how confusing the modern battlefield can be.

    That upon returning to Fort Bragg from Tora Bora, the same Special Operations troops who had been stood down from capturing bin Laden, suffered a unusual spree of murder/suicides, is nothing more than a series of senseless tragedies.

    Reports that bin Laden is currently receiving periodic dialysis treatment in a Pakistani medical hospital are simply too incredible to be true.

    That the White House went on Cipro September 11 shows the foresightedness of America’s emergency response.

    That the anthrax was mailed to perceived liberal media and the Democratic leadership demonstrates only the perversity of the terrorist psyche.

    That the anthrax attacks appeared to silence opponents of the Patriot Act shows only that appearances can be deceiving.

    That the Ames-strain anthrax was found to have originated at Fort Detrick, and was beyond the capability of all but a few labs to refine, underscores the importance of allowing the investigation to continue without the distraction of absurd conspiracy theories.

    That Republican guru Grover Norquist has been found to have aided financiers and supporters of Islamic terror to gain access to the Bush White House, and is a founder of the Islamic Institute, which the Treasury Department believes to be a source of funding for al Qaeda, suggests Norquist is at worst, naive, and at best, needs a wider circle of friends.

    That the Department of Justice consistently chooses to see accused 9/11 plotters go free rather than permit the courtroom testimony of al Qaeda leaders in American custody looks bad, but only because we don't have all the facts.

    That the White House balked at any inquiry into the events of 9/11, then starved it of funds and stonewalled it, was unfortunate, but since the commission didn't find for conspiracy it's all a non issue anyway.

    That the 9/11 commission's executive director and "gatekeeper," Philip Zelikow, was so closely involved in the events under investigation that he testified before the the commission as part of the inquiry, shows only an apparent conflict of interest.

    That commission chair Thomas Kean is, like George Bush, a Texas oil executive who had business dealings with reputed al Qaeda financier Khalid bin Mafouz, suggests Texas is smaller than they say it is.

    That co-chair Lee Hamilton has a history as a Bush family "fixer," including clearing Bush Sr of the claims arising from the 1980 "October Surprise", is of no concern, since only conspiracists believe there was such a thing as an October Surprise.

    That FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds accuses the agency of intentionally fudging specific pre-9/11 warnings and harboring a foreign espionage ring in its translation department, and claims she witnessed evidence of the semi-official infrastructure of money-laundering and narcotics trade behind the attacks, is of no account, since John Ashcroft has gagged her with the rare invocation of "State Secrets Privilege," and retroactively classified her public testimony. For the sake of national security, let us speak no more of her.

    That, when commenting on Edmond's case, Daniel Ellsberg remarked that Ashcroft could go to prison for his part in a cover-up, suggests Ellsberg is giving comfort to the terrorists, and could, if he doesn't wise up, find himself declared an enemy combatant.

    I could go on. And on and on. But I trust you get the point. Which is simply this: there are no secrets, an American government would never accept civilian casualties for geostrategic gain, and conspiracies are for the weak-minded and gullible.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by blouAngel on Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:38 pm

    It's going to take me some time to get through all of that for sure. Pax, you do recall that your buddy Noriega used to be our boy too don't you? I wonder what an operation to take him out was all about.


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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Percy on Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:22 pm

    blouAngel wrote:It's going to take me some time to get through all of that for sure. Pax, you do recall that your buddy Noriega used to be our boy too don't you? I wonder what an operation to take him out was all about.


    Indeed, at the time I was ignorant of all of that but now that I look back I am none too proud that I was part of the operation that arrested him and brought him back to the states, we basically put him in power and used him until he was no longer of any use to our intelligence agency agenda and then took him out and imprisoned him. The things I saw and experienced there still haunt me man, but to be honest that was a classified operation and I am not really at liberty to discuss the specifics of what we are told to do and how it went down. Suffice to say that we did collaborate with people you would not call model citizens in order to accomplish what we did. Its a give and take world my friend.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Mags on Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:23 pm

    I found the actual length to be a deterrant to a thoughtful response. Read a book by Bono instead. And an interesting thing called "Amazing Men." It's a book of photos of men over sixty. Liked it.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by ROCKDAWG on Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:32 pm

    Furball wrote:
    Paximus wrote:When they get everyone scared and waving their little American flags in a patriotic frenzy THAT is exactly where they want us, THATS when they have us by the balls, know what I am saying. Nationalism is a disease sometimes.
    And any assault on our freedoms will be easily swallowed if the word "patriot" is in front of it.
    Amen, brother ! The patriot act amazes me. It pretty much takes away all of our rights and freedoms.
    I never have been a conspiracy theorist type person , but the implications of the patriot act are hard for anyone to ignore.
    I also would have never thought he government would really turn communist or socialist. But something is surely dramatically changing.

    And lastly , wasnt there a Russian scholar who was predicting the fall of the USA ? It sounded crazy a year ago , but this country is in dire straights on all economic levels both private and government.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Percy on Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:35 pm

    ROCKDAWG wrote:
    Furball wrote:
    Paximus wrote:When they get everyone scared and waving their little American flags in a patriotic frenzy THAT is exactly where they want us, THATS when they have us by the balls, know what I am saying. Nationalism is a disease sometimes.
    And any assault on our freedoms will be easily swallowed if the word "patriot" is in front of it.
    Amen, brother ! The patriot act amazes me. It pretty much takes away all of our rights and freedoms.
    I never have been a conspiracy theorist type person , but the implications of the patriot act are hard for anyone to ignore.
    I also would have never thought he government would really turn communist or socialist. But something is surely dramatically changing.

    And lastly , wasnt there a Russian scholar who was predicting the fall of the USA ? It sounded crazy a year ago , but this country is in dire straights on all economic levels both private and government.

    The PATRIOT ACT expired last SUNDAY (yesterday) and was quickly renewed by Lord Obama, the traitor bastard.


    YOU seen first hand at the Tucson Gem and Mineral show, which is one of the nation's biggest gem and mineral shows around just how bad the economy is, you lost 1500 bucks and in years past I bet you came home 6 grand UP.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Furball on Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:29 am

    ROCKDAWG wrote:
    Furball wrote:
    Paximus wrote:When they get everyone scared and waving their little American flags in a patriotic frenzy THAT is exactly where they want us, THATS when they have us by the balls, know what I am saying. Nationalism is a disease sometimes.
    And any assault on our freedoms will be easily swallowed if the word "patriot" is in front of it.
    Amen, brother ! The patriot act amazes me. It pretty much takes away all of our rights and freedoms.
    I never have been a conspiracy theorist type person , but the implications of the patriot act are hard for anyone to ignore.
    I also would have never thought he government would really turn communist or socialist. But something is surely dramatically changing.

    And lastly , wasnt there a Russian scholar who was predicting the fall of the USA ? It sounded crazy a year ago , but this country is in dire straights on all economic levels both private and government.

    It's interesting how a draconian fix awaits for every "incident". They wanted to force the airport body scanners on us. The public balked. Shazaam! Underwear-bomber!

    In Austin the "police-state" police chief wanted to put up spy cameras around town. The public said no. Shazaam! Two thugs beat up a couple citizens down town. Guess what the fix is? All of a sudden everyone is beginning to see the need for spy cameras downtown.

    People are so gullible.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Hank on Wed Mar 03, 2010 6:08 am

    Hope you all enjoy the puppet show!
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by claudicici on Wed Mar 03, 2010 7:36 am


    ...that's the one thing that convinced me,and I didn't see it on your list pax..
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    Post by Percy on Wed Mar 03, 2010 2:29 pm

    claudicici wrote:
    ...that's the one thing that convinced me,and I didn't see it on your list pax..

    Yea thats another little interesting tidbit there Claudi thanks for reminding me. Lucky Larry made a lot of money on the collapse, he loaded up on insurance just a few months before the attacks.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by blouAngel on Wed Mar 03, 2010 3:12 pm

    Paximus wrote:
    claudicici wrote:
    ...that's the one thing that convinced me,and I didn't see it on your list pax..

    Yea thats another little interesting tidbit there Claudi thanks for reminding me. Lucky Larry made a lot of money on the collapse, he loaded up on insurance just a few months before the attacks.

    Sounds like Alex Jones. I take him about as seriously as a journalist as I do William Shatner as a singer.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Percy on Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:20 pm

    blouAngel wrote:
    Paximus wrote:
    claudicici wrote:
    ...that's the one thing that convinced me,and I didn't see it on your list pax..

    Yea thats another little interesting tidbit there Claudi thanks for reminding me. Lucky Larry made a lot of money on the collapse, he loaded up on insurance just a few months before the attacks.

    Sounds like Alex Jones. I take him about as seriously as a journalist as I do William Shatner as a singer.

    He is the main reason I dont associate myself with the truther crowd, he really irritates the shit out of me. He is the Glen Beck of conspiracy theory.
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    Post by claudicici on Wed Mar 03, 2010 6:13 pm

    I don't care one bit about what the reporter has to say,this is coming out of Larry Silverstein's own mouth....and yes he signed that insurance policy just in case of a terrorist attack shortly before that,how convenient ....
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    Post by Percy on Wed Mar 03, 2010 8:15 pm

    claudicici wrote:I don't care one bit about what the reporter has to say,this is coming out of Larry Silverstein's own mouth....and yes he signed that insurance policy just in case of a terrorist attack shortly before that,how convenient ....

    I agree, of course, its just that I think Alex Jones is on the payroll and his job is to make all people who believe in such conpiracies look like fruitcakes and he does his job very well. IMO the 9-11 truth movement has been infiltrated by the intelligence agencies with all sorts of crazy theories like no plane hit the pentagon, the planes that hit the towers were really holograms and shit like that, its all by design to discredit anyone who questions the official story and make us all look batshit crazy, its effective.
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by ziggy on Sun Mar 07, 2010 2:43 pm

    Truthers have support from AquaVelvajhad...
    http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6251AO20100306
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by ericclimbs on Sun Mar 07, 2010 5:09 pm

    ziggy wrote:Truthers have support from AquaVelvajhad...
    http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6251AO20100306[/quote[/url" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">]



    And from this notably well-balanced individual:



    "(CNN) -- Two days before his official trip to Afghanistan, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, a "big lie" intended to pave the way for the invasion of a war-torn nation, according to Iranian state media."



    [url=http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/meast/03/07/ahmadinejad.afghanistan/index.html?hpt=T2]http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/meast/03/07/ahmadinejad.afghanistan/index.html?hpt=T2


    I'm on the fence about it all. I sure as hell do not trust the government (and its not just ours its pretty much all of them around the world)

    crowlovesheathermmfwcl

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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by crowlovesheathermmfwcl on Sun Mar 14, 2010 5:29 am

    funny thing is i didnt know about the whole truth movement til sicktanick told me about it and i have watched a great many movies about 911 and things that deal with a secret goverment and i do belive that it is very real and the fact that bin laden was a CIA asset is a bit fishy to me but also just look at germany and when hitler was elected they were much the same as us and they thought he was gonna change germany for the better i mean read this
    Reichstag fire, burning of the Reichstag (parliament) building in Berlin, on the night of Feb. 27, 1933, a key event in the establishment of the Nazi dictatorship and widely believed to have been contrived by the newly formed Nazi government itself to turn public opinion against its opponents and to assume emergency powers ... his propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, is supposed to have devised the scheme. ... On Feb. 28, 1933, the day after the fire, Hitler's dictatorship began with the enactment of a decree "for the Protection of the People and the State," which dispensed with all constitutional protection of political, personal, and property rights. http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/911_reichstag.html
    but yet some people think that we are smarter than germany was back then but yet for some reason hardly anyone cares that congress passes bills without even takeing the time to read all of the bill and stuff
    i lost my train of thought for now but anyways nice to see some people talking bout this i mean even if you dont think 911 was an inside job at least your checking it out with an open mind which is pretty much all you could do
    oh also i just rembered i dont think they call tv shows programing just for the fun of it
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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by claudicici on Sun Mar 14, 2010 6:40 pm

    I'm glad you brought that up ,Pax I don't think you mentioned that little document Dick Cheney & co were working on in 2000 that pretty much calls for a new pearl harbour or reichstag thing
    http://web.archive.org/web/20020923154604/www.newamericancentury.org/RebuildingAmericasDefenses.pdf
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    Metzgermeister

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    Re: 9-11, inside job or no?

    Post by Metzgermeister on Fri Mar 19, 2010 2:35 am

    I'm leaning towards Yes...only because of how the towers came down. They were bombed from the inside. If it was an inside job, the only reasoning behind it (if any) I can think of, is to control population. But there are many reasons as to why, I'm just not smart enough to think of them.

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