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Debunking the situationist way
Here's a post from a website that's in my top 10 - : ConCentral : - this guy was responding to apiece blasting 9/11 conspiracy theorists a while back and he did it in a manner that makesyou SMiRK :)

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Debunking the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory

By the time the second building of the WTC collapsed, a vast 9/11 conspiracy theory began to hatch in the minds of madmen. I understand why so many people would become enraged at any mention of a 9/11 conspiracy theory, and I even find myself in agreement with them. After all, these theories only obstruct the truth, hurt America, and warp minds. You'll most likely find that even the most grand conspiracy theory of them all really has no concern with the truth, and subtly reveals true motivations of a shady selfish political agenda.

Ever since I first saw those horrific televison images repeated before my eyes on that day, I have demanded answers as to how and why such a thing could happen. As my research began to take many interesting turns, I have run into a great many conspiracy theories, many claiming to be the final infallible truth.

The most popular one I will highlight is by far the most absurd, maniacal, and even funny conspiracy theory I have yet come across. It still amazes me that so many people buy into it. Below are just a few claims by this group of frenzied quacks followed by brief disputes:

--The mastermind behind these atrocious attacks was lone boogyman Osama Bin Laden.

(Even though it may seem exciting like the plot to a Hollywood action/war flick, even the FBI's official website has Bin Laden in the most wanted list "...in connection with the August 7, 1998, bombings of the United States Embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya." Not a single mention of 9/11 or WTC or the Pentagon in his FBI profile. Why? Because there is absolutley no evidence that could stand in a court of law to prove his involvement. The conspiracy theorists even went so far as to claim that one of the hijackers' lamenated paper passports was found in the WTC rubble, magically surviving the massive fireball at impact. Clever.)

--A total of 19 hijackers trained in flying cessna airbusses flew the jumbo commercial airliners into the WTC with pin-point accuracy, including Abdul Aziz al-Omari, Salem al-Hamzi, Saeed al-Ghamdi, Ahmed al-Nami, Wail al-Shehri, and Waleed M. al-Shehri.

(Seeing how Arab all of the names are, it would have to be true, right? All six of the above named hijcakers were found still to be alive and well in Denver CO, Saudia Arabia, and Morocco. They told the London telegraph that they were "outraged" at being identified as the 9/11 hijcakers. FBI director Robert Mueller said twice in 2002 that there is "no legal proof to prove the identities of the suicidal hijackers." After Mueller got caught up into the conpsiracy theory hype, he seemed to have forgotten to investigate this matter further.)

--Both WTC buildings collapsed, north tower in 1 hour 43 minutes, south tower in 56 minutes, due to the jet fuel fire. The trusses pushed out the melting steel collumns from intense heat. This is known as the "pancake theory".

(In the whole world over the past 100 years, no steel structured buildings have ever collapsed from fire alone. In fact, many have burned in much higher temperatures than the WTC did for hours, like the Meridian Plaza in Philadelphia 1991 which burned on eight levels for 19 hours and didn't even come close to collapsing. Steel melts at 2700 degrees fahrenheit and the WTC fires only burned at about 1300 degrees fahrenheit. Pancake theory? According to the laws of physics set forth by Galileo Galilei's "Law of Falling Bodies" the very fastest that the top portions of the buildings could collapse would be no less than 9.2 seconds with no resistance underneath them, i.e., the rest of the building not being underneath. The south tower came down in 10.4 seconds with resistance and the north tower came down in 8.1 seconds with resistance. Either the magic terrorists defied the laws of gravity, or there were strategically placed high tech explosives placed throughout the buildings, as it was admitted with WTC building 7.)

In the tradition of C.S.I.C.O.P., an organization dedicated to disproving any claims of paranormal activity (and paying $1,000,000 to anyone who can prove them wrong), a millionaire by the name of Jimmy Walter is applying their approach, only this time to disprove the notorious 9/11 conspiracy theory. Starting last December, he is offering to pay $130,000 to any engineering student who can actually prove that the buildings collapsed they way that this conspiracy theory claims they did. Mr. Walter concludes that the events on 9/11 were masterminded by the very propagators of this conspiracy theory: The elite establishment of the United States Government. To this day, Jimmy Walter is still yet to pay out the grand prize.

And so, as with any other conspiracy theorist, paranoia is rapidly spreading throughout this elite group. They suspect the very people that they govern as a threat to their well being. This is reflected by their "anti-terror" legislations such as the patriot act and homeland security, the foundations of which are built upon their bogus conspiracy theory. These laws can target anyone who might challenge or reveal them. But they count their blessings every day that the mainstream media supports their story. Please read over the first paragraph again.
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Yes, you may have noticed that I could have covered much more, but this article was intended be a "curiousity sparker", not so much of a full expose (not enough space in the paper!). And you may have noticed that I explicitly use info from 9/11 The Great Illusion. This is intended for an audience who had never heard such info before, and presented in a joking manner, or more appropriatly, a parody of all the arrogant "conspiracy debunkers" such as PM.

"I hold the firm belief that it is a mistake to hold firm beliefs"
--Malaclypse the Younger, Principia Discordia

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And a decent quote to end it - fucking 'A' !! - wish I'd seen that at the time the guy wrote it.

You can visit ConCentral at www.concentral.net.

Tags: conspiracy theory, general - politics
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