There are literally hundreds of other issues that have been raised on the ‘Net regarding 9/11
– some paranoid and some seemingly factual –
including the presence, supposedly, of nano-thermite and the additional eyewitness accounts of molten steel puddles that did not solidify for days after the destruction of the towers.
Are these perfervid imaginings – and does it matter if they are?
The point is that suspicion remains in force for millions, and suspicion can turn to paranoia.
Thus, we wrote that a new investigation into 9/11 would go a long way to dispelling confusion and, perhaps, defusing tensions.
It is also important because 9/11 lies at the heart of what America is becoming.
It has been responsible for at least two wars in the Middle East and caused a wholesale change in the way Americans relate to their government.
Unlimited wiretapping, aggressive monitoring of communications without warrants and other invasive governmental actions have been justified by a supposed need for increased security as a result of 9/11.
Infamous 9-11 conspiracy theorist David Ray Griffin, whose books insist the Bush Administration and not al Qaeda blew up the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, is launching a speaking tour this week to help merge the “9-11 Truth Movement” with “more traditional Peace and Anti-War groups” against the “illegal and immoral war” in Afghanistan.
The tour also presages Griffin’s next book, Cognitive Infiltration: An Obama Appointee’s Plan to Undermine the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory.
This volume will make much hay over an Obama White House official’s article in 2008 as a Harvard law professor,
suggesting that the government actively rebut conspiracy theories by networking on social websites.
[ Good luck with -that- shit, Cass ]