• All the evidence supports it

    Most of the people that believe it was an inside job, believe it because they watch documentaries like Loose change, In plane site, and other stupid "documentaries" but i Think they deserve the mockumentary title. I could go one, debunking every stupid claim the twoofers throw out there, but I would rather use this to encourage everyone out there to actually do your own research.
    2100+ "experts" signed a petition
    140,000+ at ASCE (American Society for Civil Engineers) alone all agree, it was an outside job.
    Plus the 2100+ "experts" at A&E for 9/11 truth, almost none of them, if any, have the expertise to know anything, and have no experience in high rise, steel framed buildings.
    The governments official account all stands, when you actually do the research.

  • I do believe the government's official account of 9/11.

    I do believe the government's official account of 9/11. While there will always be conspiracy theories out there about how the planes actually went down, I believe the the government had had to have done some extensive research into not only how the planes went down, but how the terrorists had gotten on the planes in the first place.

  • No, they mostly told the truth about the events of the day, but the government is hiding something

    It is easy to forget that 15 of the 19 hijackers, as well as Osama himself, were from Saudi Arabia. It has been reported that members of the saudi ruling elite provided money and key funding to the hijackers, for example, american senator bob graham has stated there was a coverup on saudi financial aid to Mohammed Atta, the ringleader of the attackers and hijacker pilot of the first plane to hit the tower. Furether evidence of Saudi funding is explored in further detail in the 2011 book 'the eleventh day' and that pre 9/11 blocked Al-Qaeda investigations included members outside Al-Qaeda, including key Saudi businessmen. There are 28 pages still upheld from the 9/11 commission report regarding the Saudi role in terrorist activities. The invasion of Iraq in 2003 therefore had nothing to do with WMD or terrorism, it was a way of expelling a brutal dictator in Saddam to defend US interests in Saudi Arabia which were at risk due to strained post 9/11 US-Saudi relations. A number of Saudi charities and banks as well as the house of saud have been accused of being alter-egos that knowingly provide anti-Western sentiment, particularly as the US had, at the time of 9/11, troops on the ground in mecca, the holiest place of Islam and a leading motivating factor in the WTC attack. In addition, Cantor Fitzgerald, the firm that had offices on the top floors of the north tower that lost 658 employees on 9/11, has sued the saudi government and called for an enquiry on the saudi role, no such enquiry was ever held under bush. Imagine if 15 of the 19 terrorists had been Iraqi or Iranian, the cruise missiles would be raining down on those countries within a couple of weeks if that were true, so why was saudi let of the hook. The government therefore told us the truth about bin laden and his 19 young men with box cutters and the death but they lied to us about 'hatred of freedoms' and iraq because they are obsessed with their love affair with saudi arabia and its grip on the oil markets

  • No, but I don't believe the government about anything.

    There are far too many holes in the story and too many documents that to this day remain classified. We need a brand new and fully independent investigation of 9/11 to find out who was actually behind this atrocity. People often argue that the 'conspiracy theorists' who doubt that al Qaeda was behind 9/11 are unpatriotic, insensitive, or uncaring. Quite the contrary. Way too many innocent lives were lost that day, families ripped apart, and we all deserve to know the absolute truth. Too many people unquestioningly believe the government and that is how they get away with stuff like this.

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