Re: Two New Yorkers who moved to my area saw explosions bring down World Trade Center
I have no doubt they saw and heard something. There just is no physical proof to support the conclusion. Without supporting proof, I cannot by into the controlled demo theory.
CD, what doesn't make sense is "keep to themselves", statement. The reports were not even out yet. So basically, they chose to hinder or not provided information to the investigation. They have limitied credibility.
Well, I do agree with that much...
So CD, you and others want another investigation. If people were unwilling to come forward the first time, why would they now? Think it has been proven that as time goes by, human memory of events become less clear. The time to come forward was days after the event not years.
This is true, but if you witness something like that, it sticks with you.
The 2-3 years after 9-11, it was a VERY hostile environment to even suggest that the official version was wrong.,.. that's part of what pushed me into looking further, because there was no sense for the hostility when I was (at the time) just asking questions.
If you research MK-ULTRA (by reading the declassified documents at least, though most of the declassified stuff is just funding / budget, you get an idea of what was going on), the technique they used most was called 'trauma based' mind control, in its extreme was accomplished by torturing an individual untill his mind splits to create a second 'personality' to cope with the pain, then pursue to hypnotize the second personality and then keywords could be hypnotically implanted, to the point where they got a woman to pick up a gun (which was left unloaded), and put it to her husbands head and pulled the trigger on a 'command'....
That said, when the 'trauma' of 9-11 occured, most everyone was in a susceptable mindset and GWBush came on TV and promised swift action, and how we would not tolerate ... conspiracy theories, and then topped it off with you are either with us or you are against us. The combination of those factors, and with impending war on the way (which, btw, afghanistan was simply saying "show us the evidence and we will deliver OBL" kinda like you would expect a country to do with any matters of extradition, verify the evidence and then handle it internally... but no, Bush wanted war. In a time of war, to alot of people, questioning the commander in chief is disrespectful, as though he was infallible.
So, having been speaking out since that time, I can vouch as to why in the beginning it required courage to step out and admit that you had questions about 9-11.