Loose Change

Another look at 9/11.

This 89-minute documentary offers evidence that the September 11 attacks were not what they seem to be. It’s convincing…and chilling.

See it for yourself at http://www.loosechange911.com/.

4 thoughts on “Loose Change

  1. It’s not convincing, and it’s certainly full of errors. It’s written by a child who has no idea how the world works.

    If the U.S. Government, Boeing, United Airlines, our Military and any number of private companies were able to do this and pull it off, there would be some dissent due to the sheer number of people involved. Someone would open their mouth.

    Still yet, a Government that had no qualms about killing 3000 citizens and knocking down a couple of landmarks would CERTAINLY have no problem killing the writer of the film.

    The very fact that he is alive proves there is no Conspiracy.

  2. Come on, guys. Let’s keep it civil. Everyone’s entitled to their opinion.

    I watched the video and had a lot of unanswered questions when it was over. Now I’m one of the many people waiting for answers. Sadly, I don’t think I’ll ever get them.

    People believe what they want to believe. I try to keep an open mind. This video gave me some food for thought.

    As for “The very fact that he is alive proves there is no conspiracy” — well, that’s a pretty silly statement. All it proves is that he hasn’t been targeted. Why should he when so many people dismiss his facts as wacky conspiracy theories?

  3. Don’t believe the hype. The video raises _no_ issues that aren’t answered, easily, in a matter of minutes.

    Check out 911myths.com and http://www.debunking911.com.

    Two college dropouts versus:

    the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA),

    the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

    the Structural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers (SEI/ASCE),

    the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations,

    the New York City Department of Design and Construction,

    the Structural Engineers Association of New York,

    the National Fire Protection Association,

    the Society of Fire Protection Engineers,

    the American Concrete Institute,

    the Building and Construction Trades Council,

    the American Institute of Steel Construction,

    and about 100 other professional organizations.

What do you think?