There are things that everyone knows, things people think they know and things they just don’t really want to know. What I mean by this may actually offend some but to these types of people I would say, before you get upset, why don’t you hear me out.
This concept comes to me after watching the documentary “Zeitgeist” on Netflix. For those who have never heard of it, this movie is considered highly controversial, as it takes facts from varying histories, economic conditions and tragic events and reexamines them, which in turn sheds a new view on the subject. One of the stand out and topically appropriate subjects for this month is 9/11.
9/11 is a subject that is fueled with many emotions and therefore makes any deviance from the official story a socially dangerous subject. However we as American have been blessed with the freedom to question events and our government. In fact I would say its downright patriotic to exercise these rights. Not all citizens agree with this stance, for instance my father was a stock broker and was so close to the World Trade Center on 9/11/2001 that the fireball from the 2nd plane hitting the building threw enough heat and office paper to hit him in the face, and whenever the subject of 9/11 comes up, he is infuriated by the idea of someone questioning the government’s version of the facts.
I can not and will not claim to know the whole truth, because let’s face it, very few of us could, but there are some questions that are left lingering even if you only scratch the surface. There is evidence that indicates that explosives may have been used to create a demolition type free fall of World Trade Buildings 1, 2 & 7 ( WTC # 7 was not hit by any debris or in aircraft). Many police officers and firefighters have stated not only that they saw and heard explosives but that they could smell them that day. There are many videos on YouTube that will show you news coverage from the day, testifying to this and some of these videos will even point to the often overlooked explosions or blow outs that occur several stories below the free falling building. One article written by a scientist that specializes in physics based issues, published on 9/11Truth.org, takes some very basic laws of gravity and other high school level science to show how the official story of the collapse of WTC building 1,2 &7 are just not possible. Below is a passage from Dave Heller’s article ( I do suggest reading his full article for a more in depth conclusion- http://www.garlicandgrass.org/issue6/Dave_Heller.cfm)
“The official story maintains that fires weakened the buildings. Jet fuel supposedly burned so hot it began to melt the steel columns supporting the towers. But steel-framed skyscrapers have never collapsed from fire, since they’re built from steel that doesn’t melt below 2750 degrees Fahrenheit. No fuel, not even jet fuel, which is really just refined kerosene, will burn hotter than 1500 degrees Fahrenheit.
Steel-framed skyscrapers have never collapsed from fire.
It’s also odd that WTC7, which wasn’t hit by an airplane or by any significant debris, collapsed in strikingly similar fashion to the Twin Towers. There wasn’t even any jet fuel or kerosene burning in WTC7.”
There is also the fact that where the Pentagon was hit, there was absolutely no remains from a plane, and the hole in America’s central military building was much too small to ever accommodate the dimensions of the large commercial jet they claimed hit it. Also why did they feel the need to confiscate all videos from the surrounding business’s that could have presented irrefutable evidence that supported their claims.
These claims are truly but a small portion of the numerous inconsistencies that exist in the stories about this National Tragedy. With that being said, am I the only one that sees that in order to truly honor those who served and gave everything, including their life, on that horrific day, that we must examine what truly happened. If what we are told happened, truly happened, there shouldn’t be so many unanswered questions and emerging facts that stand in contradiction to what has been spoon fed to us Americans for the last 11 years.
To be clear, I am not advocating that extreme unfounded ideas should be given credence but I am sure that if our government confiscates video’s of something hitting the Pentagon, a government building owned by the people and payed for by the people, then it has an obligation to not only release the video but also reveal their investigations true findings. The idea that people who question the government sponsored story are some how not patriotic or even worst Anti-American, is an insulting and dangerous sentiment. When our freedom’s to question and explore other conclusions are restricted, our country will be no different than one that would throw 3 young women in jail for performing a protest song. The bottom line is I don’t know what happened 100% that day, with the American government freedom to say that the public can’t handle certain information or that certain information is a matter of “National Security”, it would be foolish for me to believe that I understand what actually transpired. People like my father, think they know all the facts and anything else surrounding that day, they don’t need to know. Our countries Founding Fathers created checks & balances in the government so they couldn’t pull the wool over anyone’s eyes but one of those checks that was accounted for was the American people, the ordinary citizen and their freedom to question.