This day seems to be the most important in the history of America. There was an amazing act of terror conducted on that day that killed thousands of people and changed the lives of billions. The years following September 11th 2001 would feature more violence as the United States was led in to wars by George Bush. The number of people killed since that day is over 100 hundred thousand.
Since then WMD evidence to justify the wars has not been found and questions involving the attacks remain and are growing larger. There is a group that has been formed of over 1600 Architects and engineers that is calling for a new investigation. There are some serious questions that need to be answered. Many people don’t want to speak about it which is understandable but I think as time goes by many people will speak their mind more freely on this extremely important topic.
A recent survey conducted shows that 54% of Americans doubt the official story about 911. Only 46% believe that Al Qaeda was to blame. Why do you think people are starting to doubt this story?
It has been 11 years now since the terrorist attacks and I think people are starting to demand the truth on who is really responsible. Apparently people are not comfortable with what they are being told or just simply aren’t buying it.
The weirdest thing to me is how the survivors of the attacks have been treated. I have to give a shout out to Rosie O’Donnell for her vocal support of the 911 first responders who were told that the air was safe to breath when in fact it was not. The people who risked their lives to save others ended up with horrible respiratory illnesses and had an extremely difficult time getting help.
Then, the the fact that they were banned from attending the 10th anniversary ceremony was very off putting for me. I just can’t understand why the people who your were honoring were not invited but specifically banned to this event?
I don’t have all the answers I just have a few questions what do you think?