9/11: Terror Attack or Government Fraud?
Published: 2003-08-01

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On the Flourishing Conspiracy Theories Surrounding the Attacks on America

Everybody knows the official version of what happened on September 11, 2001. However, a short search of the Internet reveals that there are many individuals who disagree about this version. Some only doubt the official version that these attacks came as a complete surprise, without any prior warning allowing for any defense or precautionary measures. Others, however, go far beyond this. Was flight 93 that crashed into a field in Pennsylvania shot down by a U.S. fighter? Were the planes that flew into the WTC towers really flown by Arab terrorist, or were they flown by remote control? Did the towers collapse as a result of damage inflicted upon them by impact and fire, or were they dynamited? Did a Boeing 767 crash into the Pentagon, or was it a totally different plane, or maybe even a missile?

When it comes to 9/11, conspiracy theories go wild. After so many uncovered U.S. Government lies during the past century, the community of those willing to believe in anything, if it just contradicts what Washington tells us, is growing faster than ever. Maybe even the U.S. Secret Services have their fingers in this game of producing rumors and more or less plausible sounding theories contradicting the official version. It would help covering the truth behind a confusing smoke screen of hundreds of conflicting theories. This tactic proved very effective regarding the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The skeptic reader needs to be all the more careful when confronted with alternative theories. The following will discuss two of them, the first one of them having the advantage that every reader can check it out.


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Author(s): Germar Rudolf
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