Forum Post: Why I just don't believe the government. Or- Why can't experts get their stories straight??
Posted 7 years ago on Dec. 20, 2011, 11:16 p.m. EST by alouis
from New York, NY
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I first wondered who might have done it? Palestinians? Other Muslims? Vietnamese, or Serbians, or...? My country's rulers had been for decades going all around the world, trying to dominate it and pissing lots of people off, mainly by killing their loved ones. I got into a conversation a couple of years later with someone who agreed that lots of people might have a motive of revenge, but that it was the government that had to have done it. Then I remembered NYPD cops telling people at ground zero (I worked nearby there) to put away their cameras, that they were not allowed to photgraph a crime scene. One two three, the "crime scene" got carted away which I thought odd at the time. My friend reminded me of just how odd that was, and since then I have felt that the government has to prove it didn't do this terrible deed. And it hasn't. It has done everything to avert a real investigation.
Where was the air force?
How could they have not defended The Pentagon, the center of the world's most massive and powerful military? Nor evacuate it? Nor have it under surveillance ?
Why can't the experts get their stories straight? http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2011/11/14/911-theories-expert-vs-expert/
Yes, I must be so evil.
My daughter was near there and she saw people jumping from high floors, and she knew someone who died there but no I have no friends or relatives who were murdered there that day. I worked nearby and for a long time (I don't remember how long) the streets were covered with the ashes of the dead, mixed in with all sorts of pulverized construction material, and only God knows what else. I surely breathed that brew into my lungs for days on end.
But I'm evil. I ought to be like Noam Chomsky and not worry about who does what to our country or to the world.