Men's News Daily Talks 9/11 Questions

If You Love Your Country, You Should Question 9/11

As crazy as I'm sure this will sound, a number of Americans - and people all over the world - believe, on the basis of questions such as the one I just posed, that 9/11 wasn't the work of Arab terrorists, but rather an inside job by the U.S. government. The motive? Amongst other things, to swindle us into invading Iraq.

Now, I'm not saying you should believe this theory. And I'm not even saying I believe it myself. But just consider it for a moment. Think a few things over before ruling the whole theory out.

First off, Americans have never seen footage of a plane hitting the Pentagon. Security cameras supposedly captured it on film, but nobody's seen it, because the feds have kept it to themselves. All we've ever seen is the aftermath: just a giant, smoldering crater' with no tracks on the ground' and no visible signs of an airplane'

Some people believe a missile caused the damage. You might think this is nuts, but absent the footage, who could disprove it?

Then there's Charlie Sheen's implosion theory. This one's tougher to swallow. After all, we've seen the footage for this one'we know planes hit the Twin Towers. Yet, as skeptics point out, if you watch the footage closely, you'll notice a series of small explosions causing structural damage down the sides of the buildings'right when the debris starts to fall. This is consistent with controlled demolitions.

And a number of folks in New York reported bombs going off that day.

Could it be the Twin Towers were wired to crumble? Could it be the planes we saw only told us half the story?

Again, I'm not saying you should believe that's the case. Nor am I saying you should believe 9/11 was an inside job. But there are reasonable questions that haven't been answered yet. And at this point, you shouldn't really know what to believe.
The goal here isn't to prove 9/11 was a conspiracy. It's to help you decide just how badly your government failed - and continues to fail - you.

Doing this won't tarnish your memories of 9/11's victims. It won't make you a traitor, and it won't undermine the troops. If you care about your country, its people, and its history, you owe it to yourself and everything you believe in to determine the full story.

It's the most patriotic thing you can do.

Good message to finish up the article with, kind of sad though that the author needed to keep asserting that he didn't believe in any atlernative views, otherwise he might be labeled 'crazy' I suppose. Be sure to swing by and show support for the author.

Thanks anonymous!

The author seems unable to

The author seems unable to commit and has to reassure his readers that he doesnt believe this or that.

He also doesnt realize apparently the definition of a conspiracy since he says: "The goal here isn't to prove 9/11 was a conspiracy." What exactly would he call it if 19 cave dwellers and Osama planned to attack the US?

Guy wants to keep his job

Guy wants to keep his job and draw attention to the possibility 911 was an inside job. Ill take it!

Alot of people had commented

Alot of people had commented on their coverage of the Charlie Sheen interview. I would like to think that is why they ran this article today.

Good article. The guy seems

Good article. The guy seems to be taking a more journalistic approach in not taking sides.

We need more journalists like him that are just giving the mainstream audience enough to get them researching. Coming at them more subtly and letting them know that research is not unamerican is a good way to help them make that first step. There are plenty of others who will take them the rest of the way, all the way to MIHOP.