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Noam Chomsky on 911 conspiracy

At about 3:50 of this video, Noam says "Even if it's true, who cares? It doesn't make any significance" when he is talking about the 9/11 "conspiracy theories".

I bet the 3,000 family members cares? I bet they feel its of significance?

My reply to: The Top September 11 Conspiracy Theories

This is a reply that I wrote to them....

I encourage everyone to do something similar.

This article is really a farce!!!

I can tear it appart peice by peice.... Here.... Alow me!

1) The World Trade Center (WTC) twin towers were destroyed by controlled demolitions.

This is how the collapses may have appeared to non-experts, but demolition experts point out many differences:

* Demolition professionals always blow the bottom floors of a structure first, but the WTC tower collapses began at the upper levels, where the planes hit the buildings.

- Sure, but that does not mean that a building CANNOT be destroyed in this fashion. In fact, there are SEVERAL instances where DEMOLITIONS have destroyed the top part first and then blew the bottom part.

* Non-experts claim that debris seen blowing out of windows was evidence of explosive charges, but experts identify this as air and light office contents (paper, pulverized concrete, etc.) being forced out of windows as floors collapsed on each other.

Bush Officials May Have Covered Up Rice-Tenet Meeting From 9/11 Commission

Most of the world has now seen the infamous picture of President Bush tending to his ranch on August 6, 2001, the day he received the ultra-classified Presidential Daily Brief (PDB) that included a report entitled “Bin Laden Determined To Strike in US.” And most Americans have also heard of the so-called “Phoenix Memo” that an FBI agent in Phoenix sent to FBI headquarters on July 10, 2001, which advised of the “possibility of a coordinated effort” by bin Laden to send students to the United States to attend civil aviation schools.

As a Counsel to the 9/11 Commission, I became very familiar with both the PDB and the Phoenix Memo, as well as the tragic consequences of the failure to detect and stop the plot. A mixture of shock, anger, and sadness overcame me when I read about revelations in Bob Woodward’s new book about a special surprise visit that George Tenet and his counterterrorism chief Cofer Black made to Condi Rice, also on July 10, 2001:

They went over top-secret intelligence pointing to an impending attack and “sounded the loudest warning” to the White House of a likely attack on the U.S. by Bin Laden.

Woodward writes that Rice was polite, but, “They felt the brushoff.”