Crazy crackpot theory: The US government used those attacks to consolidate power and establish a fear within the american people so that they could be controlled, at the behest of the Bush Administration.
More likely non-crackpot theory: The attacks were simply performed with startling precision and the government is covering it up so they don't look half as impotent as they actually are.
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Originally posted by bimmer3214@Jul 11 2005, 11:31 AM i do have one question for these theories. if teh government did set it up then why did al queda or whatever take blame or did they set that up too?
I like the one about the pentagon. the video make a lot more support for it than the one about the towers.
And if anyone ever thinks that in something as big as the 9-11 snafu, the gov is going to tell us everything or hell even half the stuff they know about what happened and how, i would say that they are way wrong. they play thier cards very close to the vest.
Both of those videos have been refuted several times. The pentagon video asks where are the parts from the plane? Answer, all over the place. Just look about in the video and you will see items such as landing gear, seat frames etc etc strewn about the place. Then same for NYC. How about the landing gear that people watched land int he middle of the avenue? Tons of evidence. Of couse the govt isnt going to tell us everything, but if you look hard enough you can find alot of it on the web.
Be smart, ignore all the conspiracy crap.
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