In this article, one of the main issues is that the tower’s structural engineer, Lee Robertson, addressed the problem of terrorism in the plans for the building, claiming he “designed it for a (Boeing) 707 to hit it”. In the center of the tower there is a central support core. This core is built of sheer concrete reinforced by 44 beams of construction grade steel, which were sealed in asbestos. When the plane hit the north tower it took a direct hit to the core, but the plane that hit the south tower went in on an angle, almost parallel to the core structure. The fuel barley grazes the core of the south tower, with most of it burning outside the building in a huge fireball, yet the south tower was the first to fall.
When I read this article I thought this would be a good resource cause if nothing happened to the center core, which was the majority of the tower, then it would still be standing even with a ball of flames burning on the outside. So if the fire from the plane couldn’t take it down then how did it collapse? Explosives, because they found in the foundation, which was 70 feet deep, there were 47 huge box columns, connected to the bedrock; the steel walls of these structures were 4 inches thick. Those walls were found as molten steel 5 weeks later and the fire from the jet fuel cant burn hot enough to melt it, but what can is a chemical found in demolition explosives called Thermite.
Bishop Richard Williamson, whose talk was held Nov. 4, 2007 in Bedford, Mass.
In his talk he said, "Without 9-11, it would have been impossible to attack Afghanistan or Iraq. The forces inside the United States government and driving the United States government absolutely wanted to attack and destroy Iraq. The destruction wrought upon Iraq is unspeakable. And now the same forces want to do the same thing to Iran . . . They may well be plotting...