9/11 was always a conspiracy: Bin Laden, Zawahiri and 19 hijackers Or an inside job

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  1. Xanadu

    Xanadu New Member

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    Wasn't 9/11 always a conspiracy?

    If two or more persons mastermind and plan a terror attack or murder then thats a conspiracy (and a conspiracy theory or conspiracy theories follow)
    Two or more persons planned the four attacks before 11 september 2001. Lots of people brand/label people who think 9/11 was an inside job as 'conspiracy theorists' or 'truthers' (sticking such political labels to a person ends a duscussion or investigation, the problem is using politics), but forget that the story the system told the people, the one of bin Laden, Zawahiri and 19 hijackers, was a consipiracy.
    So why are people who believe 9/11 was an inside job are labeled as 'conpiracy theorists' or 'truthers' and people that believe the other conspiracy aren't?
    Why do people deny one conspiracy and the next conspiracy not, or deny any conspracy or theoory? There is, or fear behind this, or 'just' disbelieve or 'nonsence'. Lots of emotion and politics is used instead of facts.
     
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    mikezila New Member

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    bin Laden and Zawahiri couldn't shut up about it and no one claims to have been part of an inside job.
     
  3. Kokomojojo

    Kokomojojo Well-Known Member

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    most debukers and those in involved agencies have cognitive dissonance disorder. A;most like a self induced schizophrenia.

    that and its the hidden in plain sight phenomena. Everyone has heard people say "I dont want to sound like an (*)(*)(*)(*)(*)(*)(*)" and then proceed to sound like an (*)(*)(*)(*)(*)(*)(*).

    Works the same way with politics only on steroids.

    Dubya; "Dont believe in any conspiracy theories" then tells you "19 hijackers cojnspired against your freedom". (to believe in his conspiracy theory)

    "freedom" in its constitutional sense, means "franchise" btw, "contract" with the government, the "police state" terms you presumable agree to be governed by; (that they have and continue to brake with impunity.)

    Many people fool themselves and think it means freedom from a king or sovereign when nothing could be farther from the truth.
     
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    HonestJoe Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    "Conspiracy Theory" isn't a literal phrase but more a metaphorical one and it's existing long before 9/11.
     
  5. plague311

    plague311 New Member Past Donor

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    Police state? America is a police state?

    You guys need to go to actual police states so you can experience what it's really like. Too many people pissing and moaning about the way America is run. If you don't like it, pack up your (*)(*)(*)(*) and get out. That should be easy enough, shouldn't it? If you don't like this country than all you have to do is back up all of your stuff and get the hell out. No one will stop you, if you'd like I'll even pitch in halfsies on your plane ticket. One way, you pick. In exchange you can't return to the US, ever. I'll have a contract written up as such. This goes for the other truthers. If any of you get fed up with the Jews, Zionists, Elitists, Masons, etc. Just let me know, PM me here with your desired destination and I will gladly pay half of your ticket in exchange for never coming back.

    I'll be waiting your response.
     
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    plague311 New Member Past Donor

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    Police state? America is a police state?

    You guys need to go to actual police states so you can experience what it's really like. Too many people pissing and moaning about the way America is run. If you don't like it, pack up your (*)(*)(*)(*) and get out. That should be easy enough, shouldn't it? If you don't like this country than all you have to do is back up all of your stuff and get the hell out. No one will stop you, if you'd like I'll even pitch in halfsies on your plane ticket. One way, you pick. In exchange you can't return to the US, ever. I'll have a contract written up as such. This goes for the other truthers. If any of you get fed up with the Jews, Zionists, Elitists, Masons, etc. Just let me know, PM me here with your desired destination and I will gladly pay half of your ticket in exchange for never coming back.

    I'll be waiting your response.
     
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    Patriot911 New Member Past Donor

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    You need to learn the difference between a conspiracy and a conspiracy THEORY. One conspiracy has been proven. Al Qaeda carried out 9/11 by using 19 hijackers to hijack 4 planes. This is proven through the overwhelming evidence including the confessions of those involved.

    So why are truthers held in such low regard? Because their theories are bull(*)(*)(*)(*) that has zero evidence to back them up. This has nothing to do with emotion or politics or any of the other excuses you've used. It has everything to do with the truth and the lies. Truthers can't even agree amongst themselves about what happened, who did it, when they did it or how they did it. Some truthers even claim multiple conflicting theories are all true, thus showing that truthers are not looking for the truth but to push whatever agenda they are pushing. Some do it to boost their own ego. Some out of hatred of the government or the Jews. Others out of pure paranoia because they can't stand the thought of such an attack being done by Al Qaeda.

    One last thing. Claiming someone is a truther isn't a political thing. Truthers aren't necessarily right. Truthers aren't necessarily left. One thing you can be sure of is truthers push retarded theories they can't back up. Maybe you should focus on reality rather than trying to come up with excuses for truther (*)(*)(*)(*) poor behaviour.
     
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    LoneStrSt8 New Member Past Donor

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    *crickets*
     
  9. 9/11 was an inside job

    9/11 was an inside job Well-Known Member

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    yep half of the official conspiracy theory apologists always show off their ignorance all the time demonstrating they dont even know what a conspiracy is.hee hee.Half the time they come back and say crap like -get a life,there was no conspiracy.when like you said even if you accept the governments version of events it was a conspiracy.hee hee.
     
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    plague311 New Member Past Donor

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    *Bump* I've received no requests for funds. All you have to do is PM me.
     
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    You are over looking the things some of your brethren have addressed over the years and some of the information at some discernible level today in surveillance state America that will undoubtedly affect you personally, which happens to look like police state activity, so the choice of the "**** for voicing complaint" routine is rather telling. No, in most every day cases, "the man" is not trying to kill the common people. Travel, for the most parts, is unrestricted. Life, is relatively pleasant in America. But there are ounces of tyranny here and there within our government. Our telephone conversations are listened to. Our e-mails are read. Legislatively, the noose has been tightening on American civil liberties for decades.

    Personally, I think degradation of democratic principles is visually clear in a lot of the legislation I have seen.
     
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    9/11 was an inside job Well-Known Member

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    that poster that put that thumbs down is obviously in denial and afraid of the truth and doesnt want to look at it.
     
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    I would argue that dissent can actually be very patriotic. If a citizen believes that the policies and actions of our gov't are incongruent with the ideals and laws upon which this nation was founded it is their duty as a citizen of this nation to oppose such actions/policies.
     
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    plague311 New Member Past Donor

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    Which is perfectly fine, oppose anything and everything you want. I am not saying that simply opposing something is wrong, I oppose several things that our government does. However, there is a difference between questioning our governments motives, and opposing them and accusing them of the mass murder of thousands of people. So while I admire you encouraging the freedom of speech and the right to question our government I look at it from an actionable point of view. If you despise the government and what they stand for then what are you doing to change it? Ask yourself that as a person. Is all you're willing to do in order to change the wrongs you see, coming to a board and posting about it?

    I don't like what goes on in Wal-Mart. I think they ruin our culture by destroying small business, and it takes away from the community. So you know what I do? I don't shop at Wal-Mart. I go to local mom and pop stores and keep my money local to build my local economy. See how that works? I am actually doing something, albeit small and probably not too bothersome to Wal-Mart. If don't like what happens somewhere, I just don't go there and I do something to change it. I am merely offering the same opportunity to some of our resident truthers.

    I don't see accusing people of mass murder and "opposing" as the same. Not even close.
     
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    Conspiracy Theories will never go away.
     

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