9/11 Trutherism and Its Persistent Problems, Twenty-One Years Later

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by William Sullivan, American Thinker:

This past 9/11, a very good friend of mine, via a texted meme to a small group of friends, suggested that America is just adamant to “Never Forget” the destruction of World Trade Center (WTC) Towers 1 and 2 on 9/11, but that we’re all meant to “Forget” the collapse of WTC Building 7.  Another of my best friends on this text thread warned us to “never forget the demolition of [World Trade Center] building #7 on live TV.”

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A popular truther meme

Clearly, the assertion is that the American government was the true mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks.  And, as someone who lived through the “Truther” moment’s birth as a politically tuned-in young adult, this moment marked a stark contrast to the claims that I used to hear in regard to 9/11 conspiracy theories.  Back in the day, the lack of details of World Trade Center 1 and 2’s collapse was the central focus of the Truther’s argument.  Jet fuel can’t burn hot enough to compromise the structural integrity of the steel beams of those buildings, they argued incessantly  — until they were proven wrongover, and over, and over again.

Such facts becoming more well-known, apparently, promoted the WTC-7 narrative from side dish to entrée in that argument.

But why would the government do any of this?  Here’s an effort to explain the Truthers’ argument in the plainest of terms, and in such a way that I don’t think many Truthers would argue against it:

In 2001, America was champing at the bit for any reason to go to war in the Middle-East, in order to fill the coffers of both the American government and Big Oil tycoons (sometimes the New World Order or the five ruling families of globalist elites are peppered into this part), and so they decided to orchestrate a false-flag attack on American soil.  This false flag attack (aka, 9/11) was masterminded by nefarious forces whose names most people don’t even know, because they’re so shadowy and have so much money — but the public figurehead for their dastardly design was the cold, calculatedly genius George W. Bush. 

That’s right, the “nukular” cowboy, good ol’ “misunderestimated” George W. Bush was both the missing village idiot that some town in Texas had lost, and for some of those exact same people, he also remains the most successful, diabolically ingenious villain to have ever existed in either reality or in Bond films.

And, oh, what a plan he had!  First, he allowed (or financed and instructed, depending on the extent of the devotion to the theory) 19 Islamic terrorists to board airplanes with the intention to not only use them as missiles and kill thousands of American citizens, but to destroy landmarks which represented American military might (Pentagon), economic decadence (World Trade Center), and our system of law (the Capitol, widely believed to be the intended target of United 93).

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