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skeeter531
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Books about 9/11
I have read a tremendous amount of books. At the beginning, I believed everything the government told us, and I supported GWB. I read numerous books about 9/11 that furthered the fairy tale the gov. told.

After a few years I started to realize things weren't adding up--especially after seeing how GWB stonewalled an investigation/commission and how he, Condi Rice and Cheney evaded testifying, testified without taking an oath to tellt he truth, and according to the commission chairpersons, changed their testimony multiple times.

I started to read and listen to alternate points of view. I've read a lot of books and articles. I immediately discount anyone with a crazy theory such as there were no planes--they were holograms. Well I can tell you, my husband was standing on the sidewalk and saw the plane go overhead and into the tower so that's ridiculous.

I would like to recommend THREE of the many books I've read for anyone who has a mind open to the possibility that the story we were told is a fairy tale.

First--always follow the money. This book tells a lot about who stood to gain financially. Very factual:

BLACK 9/11- MONEY, MOTIVE, AND TECHNOLOGY by Mark Gaffney

Second-- this book by former pilot who also happened to have had a minor role in Iran Contra with Ollie North--and who later "killed himself, 2 kids and his dog" --yeah many don't believe it was suicide at all:

THE BIG BAMBOOZLE: 9/11 AND THE WAR ON TERROR by Philip Marshall

The most comprehensive and goes into a lot of history of the banking families/the cabal from hundreds of years ago until present:

THE TRIGGER; THE LIE THAT CHANGED THE WORLD by David Icke

Icke presents a lot of possibilities, some of which I discount. But he makes a great point--- he is more concerned with proving it DIDN"T HAPPEN THE WAY THEY TELL IT, rather than being 100% correct about how it WAS accomplished . Long book--880 pages but worth it. The other 2 books are not so long.

I would love to discuss these books with anyone who has read them.


cajunangelle
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interesting. anyone have any videos they suggest?


Filtiger
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911, The New Pearl Harbor.


skeeter531
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911, The New Pearl Harbor.

are you referring to the book by David Ray Griffin? I read that too!


Filtiger
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The video. I never knew about the book.


Bayoutigre
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all witnesses with credible info,such as bombs going off as they exited the towers ended up `dead`within a few years.planes that were supposed to been crashed on 9/11 were still shown in service on FAA lists


TigerMan327
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Loose Change


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Hayekian serf
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Not directly about 9/11

But
Fools Errand is a book I hope everyone reads.


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Metaloctopus
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I'm not sure "fairy tale" is an accurate way to describe any version of this story, no matter what you believe happened.

Personally, I think any lack of transparency was mostly due to the embarrassment that they allowed these petty little Muslims to cause the worst day in American history. I don't subscribe to the "inside job" theory because, aside from the lack of actual evidence to support this theory (all we have are people telling stories about supposedly hearing explosions, but the manner in which the buildings crumbled is not consistent with controlled demolition), I have yet, to date, to hear any plausible motive to a means that could have otherwise been attained without causing such mass destruction and disruption.

At the end of the day, our government failed us then, as they always do these days, and they never had the integrity to say that they screwed up. Anyone who doesn't believe that Muslim terrorists orchestrated the attacks, has not paid much attention to the world outside of their little box of "reality". Those people absolutely hate us, and if given the slightest opening, they can and will do this all over again.
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Keltic Tiger
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"Planes who were supposed to have been crashed"? Sorry, 2 NYFD first responders have come down to B.R. multiple times to play in Keltic games held every year in the area. Stationed 4 blocks away, one saw the first plane hit as he was on a smoke break & hearing how close the plane was, looked up & saw it hit. The other was 2 blocks closer, helping to gather equipment, also heard the second plane & was looking up as it struck the bldg. I've seen many pictures of the crash scene in Pa. & there are many pictures of what are definite plane parts, from a lot of different perspectives, scattered all over the crash sites. Guessing those taped phone calls from passengers to loved ones just before the crash were faked, too?


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skeeter531
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aside from the lack of actual evidence to support this theory (all we have are people telling stories about supposedly hearing explosions, but the manner in which the buildings crumbled is not consistent with controlled demolition), I have yet, to date, to hear any plausible motive to a means that could have otherwise been attained without causing such mass destruction and disruption.


there is a ton of evidence. Open a book and examine it.


Vegas Eddie
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Personally, I think any lack of transparency was mostly due to the embarrassment that they allowed these petty little Muslims to cause the worst day in American history.


Agreed, and not wanting to disclose the level of the kingdom’s involvement


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Metaloctopus
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there is a ton of evidence. Open a book and examine it.



These books you're referring to are full of opinions and speculation. I said evidence. For every tin foil story that has been written about jet fuel not burning hot enough to melt steel (no one said it did; it only needs to weaken the steel enough to make it buckle, which is easily achieved by the temperatures it reached) or traces of thermite being found in the rubble (thermite torches were used to cut the steel to remove it from the wreckage) there is actual evidence to refute it. And as for the supposed motive for our government's involvement, again, it's always speculation, and none of it fits with reality, as the government never would have needed to cause such a mess just to start a war. Any excuse can be used to do that.

Stop reading fiction.
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skeeter531
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You haven't read a damn page in any of those books if you say they're full of opinions and no evidence.

Melting steel and thermite are not even remotely part of my reasons for believing it was an inside job.
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RaginSaint43
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911, The New Pearl Harbor.


This so much. I just recently watched it and had no idea how insane the actual narrative is.

9/11: The New Pearl Harbor (YouTube)


Metaloctopus
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You haven't read a damn page in any of those books if you say they're full of opinions and no evidence.

Melting steel and thermite are not even remotely part of my reasons for believing it was an inside job.




Melting steel and thermite are easily 50% of all the BS I have read. So what are your reasons? What's your evidence? I don't need to read all 100 "9/11 was an inside job" books, if you already have and know everything, so why don't you just give me some examples? So far, you are the typical "inside job" groupie who just sits there and types "There's tons of evidence, go read it, wake up, you don't know anything". That's the same crap I hear from the global warming, Darwinist, COVID fear mongering, etc, crowd.

Quit pretending to be an intellectual and give me something tangible.
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Buck Strickland
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If you want to read something uplifting about the events on 9/11, I recommend "The Day the World Came to Town: 9/11 in Gander, Newfoundland."

Its about a small town in Canada that is the site of a former U.S. Air Force base. Once the FAA decided that no additional planes could enter U.S. airspace, they needed somewhere to divert them to. The base was a good location because of the length of the runway.

If I recall correctly, the town had only a few hundred residents but swelled to over 6000 for a few weeks. The book tells the story of the townsfolk coming together to take care of the passengers, even going so far as to allow passengers to stay in homes with locals.

There's a lot of pain and sadness surrounding that day and sometimes its nice to read about the positive aspects of humanity.

I've seen the book as a free download on Amazon before.


Filtiger
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They raise so many interesting questions in that film. To many people believe the official story. The government has proven they lie & cover up atrocities. Eg. Waco


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SouthEasternKaiju
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Curious that you keep mentioning the books you have read.


Hennigan
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Dave McGowan's series / take on 9/11. Very interesting read...his other stuff is really good as well:

McGowan's website


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