But, then again ….. this is one of the most succinct and thoughtful articles I've read about questioning everything … and coming up with alternate theories (often disparaged as a "conspiracy").
That being said, I still ain't buying into that "we didn't land on the moon" or "the Earf is flat" bullshit.
But, Building 7? Hmmm … why DID it collapse into its own footprint at free fall speed when nothing hit it? Might have to check into that ……
IS IT WRONG TO QUESTION THE OFFICIAL STORY WHEN TRAGEDY STRIKES?
The media says, "Jump." And the public responds in unison, "How high?"
"As high as you ever have jumped before, except maybe after 9/11, or the Kennedy assassination."
Of course, when there is news, it should be reported. Today it is reported sensationally, as entertainment. Is it meant to inform, or induce?
Which came first, the media's obsession with violence, or the public demand for violence? In the 1990's as violent crime in America dropped, the media filled more and more time slots with stories about violence.