As anyone in the military knows, you can't give your opinion unless you get first "permission to speak freely".
We're not in the military. However, I am not entirely sure that matters, given that speaking out against government policies may be considered a type of terrorism in America today.
Many hundreds of high-level military officers, intelligence officers, congressmen, legal scholars and experts have broken the commander-in-chief's orders not to question the government's official narrative regarding 9/11. And see this and this.
But neither Bush nor Obama has instructed us not to discuss World Trade Center Building 7. Indeed, they have never once mentioned the fact that a third building collapsed on 9/11 (and the 9/11 Commission never mentioned it either), even though that building was not hit by a plane.
And no one was killed when Building 7 collapsed. As such, discussions of why Building 7 fell does not question Al Qaeda's responsibility for the 3,000 deaths of innocent Americans which occurred on 9/11. It doesn't even touch on U.S. military affairs since 9/11, since no wars or anti-terror campaigns were launched to avenge anything which happened in connection with Building 7.
For these reasons, I will take the commander-in-chiefs' silence on this subject as permission to speak freely. And the family members who lost loved ones on 9/11 want this topic discussed.
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