The linked article is huge but worth reading to see the diverse range of opinions concerning the 9/11 Truth Movement. Please note that if you aren't familiar with the different positions, the article doesn't even scratch the surface.

The presentation of Architects, Engineers & Scientists for 9/11 Truth is not to be dismissed without investigations proving their theories wrong. To see their video, see my earlier post on the subject: ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS FOR 9/11 TRUTH.

Also, physicist Steven Jones' knowledge and research on thermite and the residues found at the site is too important not to be properly investigated. Some of his material is covered in the video just mentioned.

As for James Fetzer, one of the reasons that opinions range widely is because a serious investigation has never been done addressing all the various theories. It leaves people speculating.

The biggest mistakes anyone can make is accepting the "official" conspiracy pumped out by Bush/Cheney and lumping together all people who don't trust Bush/Cheney any farther then they can throw them. The only thing that all those people have in common is that they don't trust the proven liars who brought the world the Iraq War and occupation and all their other evil deeds.

The only intelligent thing to do is hold thorough investigations of all of Bush/Cheney's crimes and let the leads lead and to follow those leads no matter where they go, including if they bring down the Democratic Party with the Republican Party. We can just start over with a higher standard. The LORD knows we need a higher standard and the highest standard really.

I've quoted below only the worst part of the article on purpose. The way in which that part was phrased, without any analysis of the individual parts and the degree to which those might be considered, is indicative of a mindset so ready to accept the "official" version of things and is proselytizing for the same. In other words, it's designed to make you feel uncomfortable if you entertain any of it. It's designed to make you question your own sanity if you don't just dismiss it all out-of-hand, since perhaps too many things are being lumped together. That's stupid, however.

The sane thing to do is to take each aspect one at a time and then see the degree to which each fits. Evil is all one thing after all. It just comes in different shapes.

The most telling part is the reference to Zionism. The author doesn't say it, but he's more than hinting that the people who hold to any of these theories or who even entertain them must be looked at as likely anti-Semites. What the author has done is ignore taking the issue of Zionism and whether or not being opposed to the Zionist Project on the principles of pacifism, non-coercion, and anti-covetousness (land grabbing, etc.) constitutes anti-Semitism. Of course, it does not. Stereotyping of Hebrews is not inherent in being opposed to Zionist policies and practices.

Also considering conspiracy theories, was John F. Kennedy, Sr., assassinated by a magic bullet [update]? For the bullet of the official version to have done what the theorists claim it did, it had to have been magical.

Really, it is more incorrect to buy all the official versions of the government than it is to buy all the theories of the government's opposition. Actually, the truth concerning the weightiest matters is always something other than what is being pumped out by the government. The challenge is discovering that truth.

Sometimes the truth doesn't show up in any of the public theories, but that doesn't mean it's wrong to seek the truth. It also doesn't mean that some non-official theories aren't pretty close.

The truth is that 9/11 was an inside job. How much of an inside job is the question. Don't forget, there are tens of trillions of dollars on the line, and people have done some extremely evil things to build empires. That's why The Bible calls the various empires a multi-headed beast.

If you're interested (and you should be), do a site search on 9/11.

The truth is out there
By Peter Barber
Published: June 7 2008 01:22 | Last updated: June 7 2008 01:22

Alfred Lambremont Webre, a judge on former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad's alternative international War Crimes Tribunal in Kuala Lumpur and co-author of the Space Preservation Treaty. He delivers what might be the most momentous opening line in the history of town hall seminars. "Fellow Citizens... 9/11 was a false flag operation by an international war crimes racketeering organisation to provide a pretext to engage in a genocidal and ecocidal depleted uranium bombing of central Asia, Afghanistan and Iraq in order to secure vast oil and uranium reserves; to roll out a terror-based national security state system worldwide and ... to implement the final stages of a world depopulation policy." There are two more "false flag" operations in the pipeline, he says. The first is the war against asteroids, the second the "war against the evil aliens".

Hearing this, you either experience the thrill of revelation or the sinking feeling that the person you are listening to is having some kind of breakdown. Within 30 minutes, Webre has folded into the 9/11 plot the Skull & Bones society at Yale University – or the "Brotherhood of Death", as he calls it – neocon think-thank the Council on Foreign Relations, the Rothschilds, the Queen and the City of London. I wondered how all these conspiracies could be maintained without the whole conceit unravelling.

The answer, of course, is that there is only one conspiracy. Pearl Harbour, the moon landing, JFK, 9/11, the Illuminati, the Black Helicopters, Skull & Bones, chemtrails: all faces of the same demon. The plot goes all the way to the top, and all the way back in time. You could come to believe that it involves everyone except yourself – at which point it's all over for you. And as I listened, I just waited for him to say the Word. And, inevitably, Webre brought it all back to the "international neo-Zionist organisation".


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