Saturday, April 22, 2006



BC Indymedia brings us the latest stupid 9/11 conspiracy.
Millions in the U.S. and worldwide now know there's evidence that 9/11 was an "inside job"; "false-flag," state-sponsored terrorism to provide a pretext for a premeditated war.
Sure sure...
But the 9/11 Truth effort is also shedding light on a disturbing story-within-the-story:
Dum dum duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuum... (Sorry)
the World Trade Center (WTC) was obsolete and asbestos-laced, and its destruction on 9/11 may, for certain interests, have been both desirable and profitable--independent of any interest in war.
So there you have it. 9/11 was the world's quickest asbestos removal project, with the added benefit of justifying a war.

Other benefits, according to comments:
Yes, by atomizing much of the three World Trade towers using high explosives, many useful purposes were achieved by the controlling fascist elite. The fact that millions of New Yorkers inhaled the toxic dust created and were either sickened or killed is an added bonus, since the controlling elite despise humans and delight in causing them misery.
Before any New Yorkers take offence though, I should point them to the disclaimer which appears at the top of the article:
This article is written with empathy for all who were injured or lost loved ones on September 11, 2001 or in the wars that followed. It is written with respect for the memory of all who have died and with concern for 9/11 rescue workers now suffering from debilitating--and even deadly--illnesses. It is also written out of the conviction that important facts about the 9/11 events have been "officially" covered up and that the truth must be brought to light.

you disgust me. you say "this article is written with empathy for all who were injured or lost loved ones on September 11, 2001", either knowing or ignorant, that those people would think this blog a disgrace to suit your opinions.

Are you aware all of the text you quoted, was cited from BC Indymedia, and does not in fact represent the beliefs of myself (or this blog)?

I find it as offensive as you do.

Your comment demonstrates a gross misunderstanding of this blog however, and I look forward to your apology.
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