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skeeter531
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re: Books about 9/11
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Curious that you keep mentioning the books you have read.


Why is that "curious"? People on these 9/11 threads dismiss any notion of it being a false flag yet they've never read any in depth examination of the details of the supposed government narrative. They think because they saw it on CNN it must be true.


SouthEasternKaiju
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re: Books about 9/11
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Why is that "curious"? People on these 9/11 threads dismiss any notion of it being a false flag yet they've never read any in depth examination of the details of the supposed government narrative. They think because they saw it on CNN it must be true.


Books can be every bit as fictional as anything one sees on t.v. or the interwebs.

But I just sometimes notice patterns, and 'read' appears like 6 times in your opening post.

You really want to drive home the point that you've read some books. I get it. But that in and of itself isn't a validation of any stance.

But hey, you could be right too.


skeeter531
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re: Books about 9/11
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You really want to drive home the point that you've read some books. I get it. But that in and of itself isn't a validation of any stance.

someone talking about reading books is odd??? this fascinates me. There's a lot of good information out there written by real investigative journalists not Alex Jones on a video or a meme on social media, but actual investigative research. I'm flabbergasted that anyone finds it odd that I listed a few good books for anyone interested in going beyond the "holograms" and "melting steel" discussions.


skeeter531
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re: Books about 9/11
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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.


Wow pretending to be an intellectual is what you think of someone who actually reads multiple sources on a topic?
I'm not going to post 1, 2, 3 or even 10 details that can be picked apart of the official narrative---you or something like you (close-minded) will immediately have a comeback . This was a complex, multi-faceted operation that can't be explained in a soundbite which is exactly why most people are happy to accept the spoon-fed quick and easy story provided on TV. When piles of evidence in tiny pieces are put together like a puzzle, it becomes much easier to see that we've all been "had" by our government. Read a book. It's not that difficult, or at least it shouldn't be...


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SouthEasternKaiju
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re: Books about 9/11
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someone talking about reading books is odd??? this fascinates me.
I never said that.

For as much reading as you do... Point is I find it curious that you repeatedly mentioned it.

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There's a lot of good information out there written by real investigative journalists not Alex Jones on a video or a meme on social media, but actual investigative research. I'm flabbergasted that anyone finds it odd that I listed a few good books for anyone interested in going beyond the "holograms" and "melting steel" discussions.


You say 'actual investigative research ' like that's supposed to mean something significant. I find it depends on who does the investigation, and what their motivations. For me to buy into a story being something other than what it appears to be at face value, there needs to be something significant.

We had the Mueller report, which was based on a fake, DNC paid for dossier, and many are convinced " where there's smoke, there must be fire " . we've had a corporate media cartel lie about all manner of thins, yet we're told they are nothing more than 'objective news '.

Lotta other things happened on 9-11 which our gov doesn't want people thinking about, like how we were attacked and seemingly powerless to stop it.

We SHOULD have seen mass firings and people held accountable , but we didn't. Some suggest that's proof of some inside job. I counter that it's just the corruption and incompetence of a massive federal gov.

And in 20 years, whether the topic is 9-11 or a host of other areas, I've yet to be convinced otherwise.
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skeeter531
Member since Jun 2014
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re: Books about 9/11
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You say 'actual investigative research ' like that's supposed to mean something significant. I find it depends on who does the investigation, and what their motivations. For me to buy into a story being something other than what it appears to be at face value, there needs to be something significant.


So tell me what investigative journalism you've read that proves the government narrative. There is a LOT of significant information out there, but sadly too few people are willing to invest the time to read it. Again, it can't be laid out in a simple two sentence summary. When you take all the evidence in its entirety you will see that the gov. story doesn't pass the smell test at all. Did you ever see on TV when detectives (or Carrie on Homeland) have the big board where they put pictures and bits of information and then web them together and form a picture in totality? This times 100 is what you have when you look at the "coincidental" people and events that had to be in place for this to come off the way it did. I'm finished now trying to explain to you how reading the works of multiple researchers can help illuminate what did NOT happen and lead to some convincing ideas about what DID happen.


SouthEasternKaiju
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re: Books about 9/11
Ahhh yes, the ' disprove a negative ' challenge.

Pass.

I can't disprove that there are no alien craft in Area 51, nor can I disprove Bigfoot doesn't exist.

It's just a lack of compelling evidence to prove they do.

I've seen our gov lie and distort so many things, seemingly for no reason, what so ever, other than they can, and there's not 1 damn thing anyone can ever do about it.

Even when we know clear as day they're lying, nothing happens.

So, what was the great SHIFT that took place before almost 3000 civilians were killed that our gov couldn't have done , and weren't already doing, otherwise ?

I see no 'follow the money' trail here. The same folks who were making $ before 9-11 are still doing it.


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grape nutz
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re: Books about 9/11
The Trigger is long but ties up all ends prior then details what really transpired. Its quite the read at 900 pages but worth the effort, Scary stuff,

Heres a nice list of books on the subject:
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skeeter531
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The Trigger is long but ties up all ends prior then details what really transpired. Its quite the read at 900 pages but worth the effort, Scary stuff,


yay someone else willing to put in the time to read and learn. I agree scary stuff and great book!


bayoutiger225
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re: Books about 9/11
The looming tree is an excellent book regarding the origins of Al Qaeda and how it manifested itself in Saudi, Pakistan, and Afghanistan along with the 9/11 plot.

Highly recommend.


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