|recommend book⇒Debunking 2001-09-11 Debunking: An Answer to Popular Mechanics and Other Defenders of the Official Conspiracy Theory|
|by||David Ray Griffin||978-1-56656-686-5||paperback|
|As Griffin notes, the assumption that conspiracy theories are inherently irrational has recently taken root in American culture, making any attack on the official government record instantly dismissible. This is irrational since all major crimes are conspiracies and the people in government are far from angels. Characterising anyone who questions the Bush version of reality as a lunatic rather than presenting counter evidence is a desperate, but suprisingly successful move. There are many gaping holes in Bush’s story. One is that firefighters were told five hours in advance that WT7 was going to collapse Further, there were only tiny fires in WT7 and no fire before or since has caused a steel frame structure to collapse, including the a tower is Spain totally engulfed in flame for a day.|
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