9/11 Conspiracy Theory - Essay 1

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9-11 Conspiracy Theory. Introduction. September 11th, 2001; two planes crash into each tower of the World Trade Center, one in to the Pentagon, and one “crashes” in Pennsylvania. The government tells us that the attacks were committed by Al Qaeda, a Muslim extremist terrorist group. That it was a “cowardly surprise attack.” They do not offer any proof, except, a likely fake, video tape, of Bin Laden; translated by government translators. A pattern? We took the government’s word for it. How ironic. The US government most likely knew that the attacks were coming, or even actually committed them themselves. In this paper is prima facie evidence of this. Evidence that cannot be ignored. Also included is an explanation of why the government…show more content…
Leading the writers of this paper to believe that there were demolition explosives installed in the towers. This was likely done by the contractors that were in the World Trade Center on 9-11. Figure 2. Figure 3. (On next page) When the tower collapses there are 2 independent clouds of smoke and debris that appear in rapid succession to each other. The photos on the right have markings on them. The red circle indicates the first cloud the yellow one the second cloud. This is prima facie evidence of the presence of demolition explosives. The two clouds indicating 2 places where the explosives were installed. Consistent with an implosion. Why? Many people wonder “Why would the US government do such a thing?” There are several reasons, most likely a combination of them. Firstly, it permitted the restriction of human rights. Now Americans can be arrested and held indefinitely without being charged or given access to a lawyer. The government now has greater surveillance rights over citizens. Now the FBI can “monitor political and religious meetings inside the United States now, even when there is no suspicion of a crime.” The government can now investigate what “books Americans borrow from the library.” Also, the treatment of POWs captured in Afghanistan and held at camp X-ray is in violation of the Geneva Convention. Also, the attack caused congress to declare war on “terrorism.” What this accomplished was that if the government decides to attack
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