Is It Too Much?
I recently attended a 9/11 truth meeting. I didn’t go because I needed to validate what I already believe, I went because I was cusious about who else would be there.
The small group that came out was an accurate reflection of the community I live in. Most of the people were hard working, professional, 30 something white adults. No asians or hispanics (I was the only A.A.).
The demographics really don’t matter I think apathy is equally distributed among all classes and races.
The expert, I forgot his name, was armed with a power point laser and many facts.
Temperatures required to melt steel, eye witness accounts, and an incredible amount of interviews of people who were there when the towers fell.
I am going to be honest , I knew something was up when Oliver Stone did a movie on it.
He, the expert, even whipped out a U.C. Davis study on particulate matter spread throughout the boroughs and what type of explosive is likely to break down a substance to that fine state.
The clincher, for me , is/was Tower 7.
There she sat, all alone, no one paying attention to her.
She caught fire and fell.
Nary a bit of damage to her neighbors.
I am one of those guys who beleive in conspiracies; it goes with the territory when you live or have lived above or around the law.
By definition a conspiracy is a plot involving more than two people carried out unbeknownst to everyone else. I can PLAN to throw a surprise b-day party; it turns into a conspiracy when the recipient is on a pacemaker and surprises might kill him/her.
Evil also seems to be a necessary ingredient for the working definition.
O.K. back to the meeting.
When he finished his case it was time for question and answer. Most people nervously shifted in their seats throughout the presentation- a good indication he was hitting some nerves. But there were a few, arms crossed, furrows browed scratching their necks and ultimately voicing their displeasure that he would present these facts and make such assertions.
There was one particularly interesting exchange:
“So you are trying to say our government killed 3,000 people”?
“No, I’m not- what i am saying is the explanation we have been given does not add up with the physical evidence”
“You mean to tell me you think those buildings could have survived being hit with a jumbo jet”?
” Sir,there is no other evidence that a fire, especially on the upper floors, could ever topple a building in the manner the towers fell”.
“What a nut job”
At this point a retired structural engineer spoke up in defense of the ‘expert’. He argued in his favor clearly explaining the discrepancies to the uncomfortable member of the group.
It didn’t sink in, in fact, he waved off the engineer, he gave him- ‘the hand’!.
Regardless of the facts, despite the obvious eyewitness testimony this issue will forever be labeled as just another conspiracy.
It is sad that we live in an era where conspiracy is par for the course. It comes down to which is the worst.
I honestly think those buildings were wired for a controlled demolition when they were first attacked- as a failsafe, in the event something like that happened again and the towers became a threat. Our government will never be able to find the words to explain why. People would want to know what else is wired.
Speculation, conjecture- requirements for the seasoned theorist.
Remember all the other experiments and programs the government, our government, has been caught carrying out under our very noses.
Don’t be afraid.
Just come to terms with the idea.
You could be a lab rat.