Saturday, August 13, 2005

9/11: There are STILL more questions than answers

No other US city has more of a right to question the events of 9/11 than New York City. The mainstream media has mentioned very little about those who seriously question the events of 9/11. The same nagging questions are being asked by more and more New Yorkers every day: 1) Steel takes an incredibly long time to burn, yet the twin towers went down incredibly fast 2) People reported hearing explosions just prior to the plane hitting one of the towers 3) Why were former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon warned not to come to New York on September 11. 2000? 4)Why did building #7 go down? There was no plane that hit it. 5)Why were the two planes permitted to fly in prohibited airspace at prohibited low levels? When I mention these occurences to my conservative friends the first thing that they say is: Oh that's RIDICULOUS and you're a conspiracy theorist. This is said in the same manner that you would see Sean Hannity or Bill O'Reilly just get totally frustrated when in the presence of a guest who is getting his or her point of view across and they just don't have the words with which to fight back. As I have mentioned at least five times in previous posts on this site....there is such a thing as the Project For A New American Century where it is stated that the 'new' order would need a catastrophic event to rally the people around the president, something like Pearl Harbor. George W Bush enjoyed his highest poll ratings just after 9/11. It is hard to believe the neocons would sacrifice the lives of 3,000 Americans just to move their agenda of world wide domination forward. The questions that I have thousands, tens of thousands, possible hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers have but you don't see anything about them in the media. Yes of course, I could be wrong...in fact I hope that I am but those nagging questions still persist. I have also noticed that almost every ultra conservative from Tom Delay to Rick Santorum continues to compare Democrat and progressive actions to those of Nazis. Is that because the memories of World War II are still fresh in the minds of our most elderly senior citizens and they have been passed on from one generation to the other to such an extent that Nazis have become the epitome of "evil", well George W. Bush's grandfather Prescott Bush was a Nazi sympathizer. The neocons speak of the endless war. Endless war means BIG profits for those in the weapons field and of course the oil companies. Is this a conspiracy? . . .it could be. The more I see questions about 9/11 deliberately avoided by this administration and the media the more I believe that it is.

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