Ignoring The Probable Truth about 9/11 And The WTC
In a historic vote delegates of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) overwhelmingly voted down Resolution 15-6 which called for AIA to support a new investigation of the destruction of World Trade Center building 7 on September 11th 2001. The resolution, which was introduced by AIA member Dan Barnum FAIA, was voted down overwhelmingly by a vote of 3892 – 160 meaning 96% of the delegates voted to ignore the science, the facts, and the evidence which is today common knowledge about the destruction of WTC 7!
Source: Activist Post: Science and Reason Takes Back Seat to 9/11 Official Story In Historic AIA Resolution Vote
When the tragic bombing happened at the World Trade Center (WTC), on September 11th 2001 (a.k.a. 9/11), I was as stunned as everyone else. At first, I believed the “official” accounts of what happened just like most people in this country.
Then, after studying it further, I started doubting the “official” accounts about the WTC. At first I thought what I was studying about the WTC was just more conspiracy “theorists” coming up with convoluted stories about what really happened on 9/11. But, the more I thought about it from a practical point of view, the official accounts of what happened at the Twin Towers started making very little sense.
Some of my doubts came further when I just started using my head. One major question, I personally thought about was, why would any building collapse straight down if it was struck on one side. Logic would tell me that it would collapse to whatever side it was struck on. Why would it fall straight down, collapsing or imploding into itself in an almost telescopic effect? As far as I’m concerned, it wouldn’t!
If one tower of the WTC had just collapsed, maybe the official accounts of what happened might be a little plausible, but two towers? I highly doubt it! Anyone who has ever watched the TV news reports, which played on and on as though they were on a continuous loop, will see that both towers collapsed straight down at a consistent speed. How probable is that? It’s not!
Then, after seeing filmed accounts of the explosions in Building 7 of the WTC, I was convinced that this so-called official accounts of 9/11 was total bullshit. It was very apparent to me, especially after watching the documentary film, “Zeitgeist” that someone was lying to us about this tragedy.
Some people dismiss these theories about what happened to the WTC on 9/11, because they asked the question, “who would do such a thing?” Even though I believe that the actual attacks were carried out by terrorists, I don’t believe this attack was necessarily planned by them. I believe it was a much deeper, more sinister motive that just a few rather Muslims on a jihad. I also think that this entire incident was planned by someone high up in the US government, probably with the involvement of both the CIA and NSA.
One highly possible theory that has been used is the idea that the attack on the WTC was a “false flag” attack, which is basically when a country attacks another under a false flag in an attempt to cause the populace of that country to divert their attention towards another country, and make that country appear as the “enemy”. In this case, it was done to make Americans angry at people from the Middle East. What motive could there possibly be for trying to do this? To me, the answer is simple, petroleum.
This villainizing of Middle Eastern people began years ago, with the help of Hollywood, when they started portraying Middle Easterners as terrorists movies. I noticed this started happening after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989. Before that, terrorists or other people that wanted to do harm to the United States, were portrayed as being Russian. Back then, Americans were indoctrinated into believing that the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc were our enemies.
After the Soviet Union collapsed, the powers that be thought the American people needed another “replacement” enemy, or someone else to distrust. This happened because, for some strange reason, we Americans have been raised to always think that we have to have an enemy. We always seem to need someone to blame for our problems, instead of accepting the blame for problems we create. That is why it is so easy for most Americans to believe that the WTC was destroyed by someone else.
The target of our national paranoia is usually always some culture or people that we do not understand because most of us are raised in ignorance and distrust. Unfortunately, this national paranoia won’t go away for a long time because it took a long time for our educational system (a.k.a. brainwashing) to put it there. Who better to target than someone, in this case people from the Middle East, who have something we both want and need, like petroleum.
Some people totally dismiss this theory because they refuse to believe that their own government would sacrifice over 4000 of its own citizens to achieve some type of political goal. For some strange reason, they refuse to believe that the US government is capable of doing such a thing. Bullshit! It won’t be the first time Uncle Sam has sacrificed his own people. After all, what is war?