Thursday, April 05, 2007

17 questions about 911 - YOU BE THE JUDGE

A friend of mine, emailed me 17 questions one might ask about the 911 conspiracy theory and the answers may surprise you. (Thanks jc)
You can click on the links to gain knowledge for yourselves.. Also, I've included the Rosie O'Donnell clip from "THE VIEW" TV show.

Thanks,Rosie for your bravery to speak your mind (and ours) on the very suspicious movements of the Bush Administration concerning 911 and the Bush/Neocon's Iraq War. thinkingblue

Now that ROSIE has opened up the 9/11 Truth movement to a national
audience, here are frequently asked Q/A about 911. Lots of info in them
links! jc



1. Don't all the high-level officials agree on what happened on 9/11?
No. Numerous present and former high-level military leaders and politicians have questioned the administration's version of 9/11.

2. Isn't 9/11 a partisan political issue, where extremists in one
party are simply trying to smear the other party for political gain?

No, credible people from across the political spectrum question 9/11,
including prominent conservatives,prominent liberals, and prominent centrists.

3. Isn't it disrespectful to the victims of 9/11 and their families to
question the events of that day?

No. Many of the families of the victims question the official story and are
demanding that the truth be disclosed. The same is true of many dying
heroes - the first responders who worked tirelessly to save lives on and after
9/11 - and are soon to become victims of the 9/11 attacks themselves. See
this article

4. Isn't it clear that Muslims carried out 9/11, and the war on terror
is a clash of civilizations and religions? Therefore, isn't 9/11 skepticism
harmful to our faith?

Actually, 9/11 truth is a vital issue for all people of faith. That is why
prominent Christian theologians state that 9/11 was an inside job
and prominent Jewish scholars and rabbis say that uncovering the truth of 9/11 has the power to bring positive, lasting change to our nation and to our world.

5. Isn't this kind of thinking really a psychological problem? And
isn't it promoted by anti-semites?

Not at all. Some very prominent psychologists question the government's version of 9/11, as do many people of Jewish faith.

6. Aren't conspiracy theories anti-American, and isn't all the
questioning of 9/11 part of what's wrong with America today?

Questioning our government is part of what it means to be a patriot and to love your country. People who question 9/11are patriots who love their country.

7. Doesn't questioning 9/11 distract from much more important issues
facing America today?

On the contrary, it is one of the very most important issues facing our
country, and is closely connected with other problems we face

8. But the government would NEVER hurt its own people. At least not
Actually, the U.S. government -- and many other Western governments -- have done so before. Initially, the Joint Chiefs of Staff actually approved a plan to carry out terrorist attacks and kill U.S. citizens and blame it
on Cuba, as a justification for invading Cuba. And a government informant has stated that he tried to stop the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, but that the FBI intentionally let the bombing happen . There are many other examples of
other governments killing their own people for political gain, and
the U.S. government doing killing its own as well.

As additional examples of the U.S. government letting U.S. citizens die based
upon deceptions, many people breathed in highly toxic dust near ground zero,
after the government knowingly misrepresented the risk, going as far as discouraging first responders from wearing masks. The U.S. government also misled the American people into the Iraqi war, causing thousands of American deaths.

9. Terrorists crashing planes into the World Trade Center and Pentagon was
wholly unexpected in 2001, wasn't it?

No, it was not unexpected.

10. But there is always confusion in any battle situation. Wasn't it
the "fog of war" which prevented a successful response to the 9/11 attacks?

It was not the fog of war. Instead, it was the multiple war games, including hijack exercises involving real planes, and the injection of fake radar blips onto air traffic controller's screens which prevented the good people in the
military from stopping the attacks from succeeding against their targets in
New York and at the Pentagon.

11. Wouldn't a huge conspiracy involving thousands of people have been
necessary to carry out 9/11, and wouldn't someone have spilled the beans by now if there really was a conspiracy?

Not necessarily. In fact, a small handful of people could have pulled it off.

12. Let's get back to the government's failure to stopping or
intercepting the attacks. If the U.S. government wasn't perfect in stoping the 9/11 attacks, wasn't it due to a series of innocent mistakes or -- at the very worst -- incompetence?

Initially, the incompetence argument doesn't really pan out, and appearances may be deceiving. And there are many examples of the U.S. faking intelligence in order to promote its political goals.

Moreover, the government has not acted like it is trying to close vulnerabilities or fix problems which supposedly were unforeseeable before 9/11. Why wouldn't such vulnerabilities be corrected if they were the real cause of 9/11?

And there has been a clear government cover-up of the facts of 9/11. Why would the government work so hard to cover up the true facts of 9/11, going so far as to repeatedly misrepresent the facts and change its story, if incompetence was the only problem with the official story?

And, apparently, fake evidence was planted to implicate certain people for 9/11. Why would fake evidence be needed if the offical was true? Do innocent people plant fake evidence?

13. Didn't a government agency come clean about their mistaken
timeline, solving the whole 9/11 "conspiracy" once and for all?

Norad's newest "confession" is just the latest of multiple, completely conflicting versions of what happened on 9/11 (also listen to this interview).

Moreover, the latest statements by the military simply attempt to scapegoat one government agency, since the previous attempts to blame other agencies made no sense.

14. Isn't talk about "demolition" of the Twin Towers just a crazy
theory by a couple of nutty people?

In fact, a lot of credible eyewitness testimony supports this theory, and more and more credible experts are discussing this theory every day.

15. But no one could have planted all of the explosives needed to
bring down the Twin Towers without people
noticing, right?

No, that is not true.

16. If rogue elements within the U.S. government did cause 9/11, why
would they have used bombs to bring down the Twin Towers, when crashing planes into the buildings would have been sufficient to act as a "Pearl Harbor" type justification for war?

Apparently, for its shock and awe effect, which made for a very overwhelmed, afraid, and thus compliant population.

17. I've heard claims made by the so-called "9/11 Truth Movement"
which have turned out to be false. Doesn't that invalidate the whole 9/11

No, for two reasons. First, there are so many lines of evidence which
prove that 9/11 was an inside job, that even if one or two
theories are disproven, the basic thesis still stands.

Moreover, there are some people who are simply sloppy in their thinking, and
who throw out unfounded theories which do not stand up to scrutiny. In
addition, there are, unfortunately, disruptive people who are working hard to
make crazy claims to intentionally discredit the movement. This is a
traditional tactic for undermining those who question the government.


2 whole paragraphs

Posted by ro on April 2nd at 10:55am in in the news

9/11 affected me deeply, as I know it did many Americans. The falling of the
twin towers served to remind me that many of the assumptions Americans have
about their lives are rooted in false feelings of security. In light of this reminder, I have begun doing exactly what this country, at its best, allows for me to do: inquire. Investigate. America is great in so many ways, one of which is the freedom to speak, and indeed think, freely. I have, of late, begun exercising the rights bestowed upon me by the democratic system I value, and the exercising of these rights has taken the form of an inquiry into what happened five years ago, an inquiry that resists the dominant explanations and that dares to entertain ideas that push me to the edge of what is bearable. I have come to no conclusions and, given the scope of the subject, will not for some time.

If the very act of asking is so destabilizing for people, than I have to wonder
whether the fabric of our democracy is indeed so raveled it is beyond salvage.
My own belief is that the act of asking is itself reparative, because it brings
to life the values on which our constitution rests. I am, therefore, pledging my
allegiance, hand over heart, trying, as always, for a rigorous truth.
Rosie O'Donnell


Now, I wonder where Rosie gets her "block-headed", "absurd", "outrageous"
and "clownish" ideas about a 911 conspiracy from? Perhaps, she just lightly
scanned the Internet for clues. One need not delve too deeply to find evidence
of a 911 conspiracy or that it may have been an inside job. Here is a short
film, that is on the website
WWW.MYSTRANGEMIND.COM, it will raise the hairs on the back of your neck.

Watch it if you dare. You will need a google player which can be obtained by
clicking here.
GOOGLE PLAYER Thanks, thinkingblue


Just to play fair (something some right wingers haven't a clue on how to play) Here is a little "GOODIE" from a conservative website. thinkingblue


thinkingblue's pages on 911

remembering 911

911 we shall never forget

The Birth Of Bush's Preemptive War On Iraq

The real picture of WAR!



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