Friday, April 21, 2006

9/11 Woodrow Wilson / / BUSH --- The Song Remains The Same

To begin with, I want to remind you, the term "conspiracy theory" does NOT mean the theory is fictitious or wrong. It was only a THEORY that the Nazi's CONSPIRED to commit genocide of the Jewish people. Near the end of the war, the theory was proven to be correct...

The following link takes you to a video report about 9/11 and a conspiracy theory about it. Loose Change 2nd Edition - Google Video

I've seen a similar video. I've looked at pictures. I've read parts of the 9/11 commission report. ( http://www.9-11commission.gov/report/index.htm) I believe the evidence for a conspiracy is not only obvious, but it is overwhelming.

For years now I have believed, and said, that genius is the ability to recognize the obvious and I believe that.

For example, Isaac Newton noticed "If a thing isn't moving, then it isn't GOING to move.... Unless something pushes it."

From that observation of the obvious he began, the study of physics and then calculus...

With that in mind, think back to 9/11. We saw hijacked planes flying into the twin towers, we were told another hijacked plane flew into the pentagon, and that a fourth hijacked crashed into the ground as the passengers fought the hijackers for control of the plane.

We were told that, we believed it, and it angered us. Most of us were so enraged we wanted war against the guilty party.

Now I ask you... Did we REALLY see HIJACKED planes flying into the twin towers?

Consider some painfully obvious evidence that we the people didn't see that day. Let's begin by considering the attack on the pentagon.

The report says this huge plane flew straight into the outerwall and penetrated all the way to the interior. That is 18 feet of steel reinforced concrete, and that doesn't include everything that was within those walls. The hole in the inner wall was only 3 feet in diameter and nearly a perfect circle.

This link will take you to a page in which you can see a Boeing 757 imposed on a picture so that it stands in front of the pentagon. The plane is too large for that small hole. Even the hole in front. The wings would have had to


Blogger X. Dell said...

This is the reason why someone like you is so valuable to a site like this, Doc. Especially in the case of 9/11, which is still this really festering sore, we need to involve more of the academic community into the discussion. Hearing a layperson talk about the virtual impossibility of something happening isn't the same as a real scientist (i.e. you) doing the same thing.

3:04 PM  
Blogger fatty ~ said...

i just want to make a point on the Lusitania:

the Lusitania sank in May 1915 - killing 197 Americans. America did little in response.

USA entered the war in April 1917. 2 years later with different grievances in mind.

Though many still see its sinking as the only if not major cause of America entering the war, it was clearly only a minor factor.
The was a great shift in the sentiments of the American people in those 2 years which led to them being ready for war.

8:51 PM  
Blogger fatty ~ said...

Wilson refused to go to war despite public and British pressure and outrage.

Later German ended unrestricted submarine warfare totally until 1917.

8:54 PM  
Blogger X. Dell said...

Fatty, your timeline is correct. However, Wilson created an Committee on Public Information after the sinking of the Lusitania. The CPI utilized the Lusitania incident to spur American support for what began as an unpopular war.

Americans were tied to neutrality because of isolationist policies, and because her cultural elite were profiteering for both sides. Seems silly to diminish half your customer base by siding with their enemies.

But the Germans were unstable, and the interception of secret plans (the infamous Zimmerman telegraph) to involve Mexico in a war against the US, became a more immediate causus belli.

10:27 AM  

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