3 Reasons you won’t ever tell me 9/11 was not an inside job

3 Reasons you won’t ever tell me 9/11 was not an inside job

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Building number 7:

The inconsistencies surrounding the collapse of this building.

It’s mentioned in the Architects and Engineers report, on their discussion of fire damage, and the effects of fire damage on the structure of high rise buildings.

The damage received by any of the towers, not least tower 7, was not significant enough to precipitate a total collapse.

The fire service, the architects and the engineers all agree on that.

Building 7 experienced some debris and fire damage.

The most remarkable thing is the fact the BBC report on the 3 collapse whilst the building still stands in the background.

Architects and Engineers report:

The most comprehensive debunking of the official version of 9/11, compiled from time-served experts in the field and presented to the US government.

They concluded that the circumstances of the collapse of the twin towers were consistent with a large, controlled explosion at ground level.

It’s essential viewing for anyone with any interest in seeking to further any argument about 9/11 based on facts.

Reason 3: I don’t do Fascism

There are 100 reasons not to believe and only 1 to believe in 9/11. You’re being told, which to me, reeks of fascism and goes counter to the arguments of Western governments to get involved in these ‘rogue’ countries in the first place.


There’s a fuller list of more reasons here https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/3a67mc/10_reasons_why_911_was_demonstrably_an_inside_job/

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  1. That was an amazing presentation of evidence that was so clear and so visible that it’s hard to imagine that the official report can be other than a cover up of deeply disturbing and deeply disturbed forces underlying the infrastructure of this so-proud, “superior” nation. (“Superior” is included in a concluding observer’s analysis of “why” there’s belief-resistance.)
    The concluding section about why it’s so hard for people to accept the evidence as having (even) potential for credibility is totally consistent with all that’s now known about the psychology of fear, anxiety, belief sets, and behaviours.
    The self same reactions MAY be displayed by those who adamantly and with “superiority” resist the notion that we may be experiencing a human-driven global warming of course.

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