I've been pressing my denouncer to clearly state exactly what the "truth' about 9-11 is. There are so many so-called truths out there over the WTC attack its hard to know which one is credible. Was the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad the actual perpetrator, as many anti-Semitic sources claim? Or was it a cabal of American corporate and political players? Maybe it was the Illuminate, the shadowy group of elites that have descended from alien lizards, as put forth by author/lecturer David Icke?
Everyone is entitled to an opinion. And if people want to believe that 9/11 was a result of an inside government job, that's fine. But confusing opinion with "truth" is another matter altogether. The letter writer suggested a number of sources for me to check out the veracity of the 9-11 Truth claim. However, much of the information creates more questions in my mind about their claims rather than proves their case. But what fascinates me more is that those who put forth this alternative version are adamantly against any outward skepticism of their ideas, even though it was their own skepticism of the official version of events which led them to the alternative theories in the first place. Their certitude about what really happened is as steadfast as the version they're trying to refute.
Do conspiracies exist in the world? You bet. Enron's financial dealings were a conspiracy. So was Watergate. But in each case, there were mounds of credible evidence, much of which was linked forensically to the defendants. But when it comes to 9/11 Truth, the forensic dots just haven't been put together.
Honestly, I don't know what happened on 9/11. Until I see some forensic evidence to prove the official version is wrong, I'll stick with what is known. The problem for me is that a conspiracy theory creates the same kind of ripple effects as a rock thrown into a lake. If the theorist cannot get someone more qualified than he to agree with the theory, that person must be apart of the conspiracy, or too afraid of having a scarlet letter attached to them by the powers that be. It's all very convenient
Yes, perhaps that is a cowardly position to take. But it is prudent. And I'll take prudence over pre-mature courage every time.