What if everything one was supposed to believe was wrong? What if the people who are supposed to protect citizens from danger, do not? What if 9/11, the most tragic day in American history, was caused by the people we are supposed to respect and we are supposed and to believe, our government? Could our government have masterminded this horrific crime? Actually, I believe they did. In August 1997, on the front cover of FEMA’s, The Federal Emergency Management Agency, Emergency Response to Terrorism Manual it shows the World Trade Center towers in the cross hairs, sights used for aiming a gun or missile for accuracy, and then again in June 2000, the Department of Justice released a world terrorism handbook featuring the twin towers also in the cross hairs on the front cover (Loose Change 2nd Edition). I believe that the government has had this planned or contemplated this action since August of 1997.
The book, The 911 Commission Report, which was released by the United States Government, raises more questions than it answers. “The book is a 571 page lie,” says Dr. David Ray Griffin, distinguished theologian, who has written two books exposing the official story of 9/11 as a blatant lie (Griffin). In The 911 Commission Report states the alleged hijackers were of Arab decent, but none of the flight lists that were released to CNN, Cable News Network, by the airlines, show any Arab names (Flight Lists). The suspected hijackers were not booked on these flights, so in that case, how did Arabs get on these planes? The government has no comment on the subject because, the official report reads that the hijackers were on the planes and were the cause of all the destruction, this is what we are expected to believe.
The report also states that the twin towers collapsed due to metal fatigue from the fires. The World Trade Center buildings 1, 2, and 7 are the only steel structures to ever collapse due to fire. When these... [continues]
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