As we arrive at the eighth anniversary of 9/11 we find that more and more people than ever before are finding themselves, at the very least, having serious doubts about the official version of events as told by the government and its agencies or, alternatively, are now utterly convinced that what happened on 11 September 2001 could not possibly have happened the way the government has told it. And, for many of those that at first believed what the government told them, the reality of having been lied to have been brought home to them, not so much by the science behind the destruction of WTCs 1 & 2, but by the blatant and obviously deliberate demolition of WTC7 on the same day.
The images of the aircraft crashing into the Twin Towers followed by the images of the Towers then collapsing into a massive pile of dust was seared into our collective memories. Most people were so busy trying to cope with the most bizarre sights they had ever seen that being told who was responsible for these terrible events almost as soon as they had happened also became indelibly etched in to our collective memories that for many it became difficult to rationalise what had happened or accept that their may be some other explanation for these events.
Add to this the fact that to believe anything other than the government’s version of events would be to completely and utterly surrender all of our notions of Western values and society. Unable to even contemplate such a life changing idea, most folk instantly put up barriers to prevent all those things that for our entire lives we had believed in from being demolished in the same way as the World Trade Center had been. To believe that our own government would be capable of being involved in any way whatsoever with such a horrendous act against its own people is utterly unpalatable to most people.
Time, however, has brought about change; not just changes in attitudes as the initial shock of what happened begins to fade into history, but changes in beliefs as time, as it inevitably does, brings us new hard evidence.
For most people, the collapse of the Twin Towers is still an event that is difficult perceive as having been caused by anything other than aircraft flying into them. Without being privy to scientific or engineering knowledge or skills, plus the trauma of having to cope with the inconceivable idea that our government could have had anything to with it, the refusal to accept that their maybe an alternative explanation to these events is quite understandably a normal response.
But as time went by, people slowly became aware of the fact that the Twin Towers weren’t the only buildings to come down that day. World Trade Center Building 7 also came down that day and it is the destruction of this building that has convinced so many that there is indeed far more to what happened on that day than the government is saying.
The 47 story building that was WTC7 collapsed at 5.20 in the afternoon of 11 September 2001. The official line is that the building collapsed as a result of a critical structural column on the 13th floor buckled which then triggered a catastrophic structural failure of the entire building which collapsed entirely into its own footprint. The problem with this explanation for the buildings collapse is that the photographic simply does not support it.
The several films showing the collapse of WTC7, films taken from various angles, show quite clearly that the building collapsed completely vertically, evenly and at free fall speed; a phenomenon completely consistent with a classic deliberate and professional building demolition and totally at odds with the theory that the failure of one column could have caused the building to have collapsed in this way.
To clinch it for many people has been the recent release of the latest film of the building collapsing which shows quite clearly explosions at various mid level floors simultaneously blowing out windows in the building the instant before it begins to collapse.
Here’s the clincher.
See for yourselves.