On the morning of September 11, 2001, I was at my dad’s shop, waiting for him to show up and give me my marching orders for the day, when the phone rang. It was my mom, telling me that the news had reported hijacked planes, and the collision with the first trade center tower. Then, she explained, the second plane crashed into the South Tower live.
As that day went on, the name Bin Laden was repeated by the media over and over, as he’d been hyped as a wealthy warrior against the West. I was greatly saddened by the human toll of the tragedy. Later when I watched the collapse of the towers, I experienced a feeling of disbelief. The symmetrical, complete collapse of both towers at such a rapid rate mystified me. At the time, I naively thought the terrorist plane crews had brought some exotic destructive device with them on the planes. Afterall, the collapses were “too neat” to have happened randomly.
None of my concerns were ever addressed by the “mainstream” media. Braver, more direct, and more independent people, I would find, were already talking about it. And now many experts have spoken:
http://ae911truth.org/ Architects and Engineers,
http://www.scholarsfor911truth.org/ and Academics.
The official story is “almost entirely untrue”, according to John Farmer, attorney for the 9/11 Commission:
Let me know what you think. Peace to all.