2 Feb 2016 08:37
Some people watch coronation street and the like, I watch stuff like that. Alot is laughable but like you say, some bits ring true.
posted 2 Feb 2016 20:10, edited 2 Feb 2016 20:10
Can't believe that two plane brought down those towers like that, also very little rubble considering the size of towers etc
Only conspiracy that's floating my boat is 'the missing 411' freaky stuff
2 Feb 2016 21:10
Thing I question most about 911 is Building 7. They say the kerosene of the 2 planes was enough to melt the steel core of the twin towers. But what about building 7 (which just so happened to house many fbi/CIA dossiers)? Only building in history to have collapsed due to a simple fire. Gotta question that surely?
2 Feb 2016 21:23
Yeah man. Government definitely made a building collapse (presumably with all the evidence in) rather than just not keep the evidence in the building.
2 Feb 2016 21:38
I like how the topic is completely polarised, you believe or you don't…
There are a few radio shows on YouTube, most recent are worth a listen.
2 Feb 2016 21:54
Bill hicks brilliance..
Wtf would he of made of 911?
2 Feb 2016 22:04
Does anyone think we're in a matrix?
2 Feb 2016 22:05
Should have said hi-rise, not building. I think people are very quick to dismiss the possibility that what they're being told isn't the truth. We were told there were WMD in Iraq. Well that wasn't quite true and that is now widely accepted to be the case. The more trusting among us may choose to believe that Tony and George were misled…..
The financial crisis is also a strange one. Banks created the situation yet have never been more healthy financially. The man in the street however continues to pay the price. Fiscal paradises are also a reality and some estimates suggest that up to 15% of the world's wealth is said to be hidden away. Why is this still deemed acceptable? We're all too busy worried about being blown up or having our jobs/wives/Visvim Grizzlys stolen by immigrants. The art of population control has been honed to perfection.