Sunday, August 13, 2006

Is Anybody Really This Stupid?

Humint Events Online
The 9/11 hijacking attacks were very likely facilitated by a rogue group within the US government that created an Islamic terrorist "Pearl Harbor" event as a catalyst for the military invasion of Middle Eastern countries. This weblog will explore the incredibly strange events of 9/11/01, and other issues of US government responsibility.

Is Anybody Really This Stupid?

By Spooked

In hour 2 of the Fetzer interview of Prof. Jones, both Fetzer and Morgan Reynolds called Jones to task, claiming that they have seen pictures of molten aluminum where it was glowing hot, just like - you guessed it: the molten metal pouring out of the south tower minutes before it's collapse. All this time I was under the impression that the video of the molten metal was definintely thermite, because molten aluninum is silvery, now I hear this. I have told numerous people about the video showing thermite, now it may turn out that the government was correct about it being aluminum after all. If this turns out to be the case, I don't know what to believe anymore. Could it be that we are all wrong about 911 being an inside job? We would certainly look foolish if that were the case. Jesus.
windex | 08.11.06 - 8:06 pm | #

This person needs to get a clue.

The fact is, a good case for 9/11 being an inside job exists, without getting into demolition, cell phone calls or no-planes (the so-called physical evidence people avoided for so long). The stories of the hijackers alone, are HIGHLY suspicious. The hijackers are, in fact, greatly neglected by everyone on both sides of the 9/11 issue, and it is extremely clear the official story is simply wrong regarding the hijackers.

It is really only in the last year or so, that demolition of the WTC towers has become a generally accepted fact among 9/11 skeptics. This was probably because early high profile 9/11 skeptics specifically avoided any physical evidence issues, for reasons that are not entirely clear (either they honestly thought it was too controversial or they were promoting a form of disinformation), and thus it took a while for people to learn about the demolition issue.

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