National Geographics New Hit Piece 9/11: Science And Conspiracy
After watching the National Geographic Channels two hour propaganda hit piece, 9/11: Science And Conspiracy, Im really quite amazed at how slick they put it all together. Without taking notes while watching it, Ill just hit on a few random points from memory right off the bat
Once again, there was no explanation for the 6.5 second freefall collapse of WTC 7 that was not hit by an airliner, just like there was no mention of its remarkable collapse in NISTs 9/11 Commission Report.
Notice in the center of the image to the right the neatly sliced beam at a demolition angle
Where are the plane wreckages or the bodies at the Pentagon and Shanksville?
Shooting an aluminum fuselage at 500 mph into a plywood box with 5 rings of concrete in a supposed simulation simply illustrated that indeed it was a missile that hit the Pentagon. Who was the idiot that thought up that ridiculous charade for National Geographic? Where are the holes or the two 6.5 ton titanium engines of the alleged airliner that hit the Pentagon?
And since they brought it up, how did Oswald shoot JFK in the back of the neck and then in the right forehead, both from behind, while the Presidential limousine was travelling away from him?
I could go on and on and on. On second thought, whats the point? Just do your own research and think for yourselves with an unclouded mind. Ive done mine, as I know many of you who may be reading this have. For those of you who havent, theres a 9/11 link under Catagory to the right. The only conspiracy theories are stemming from the government and their tentacles of the mainstream media controlled by the international bankers and secret societies. Need I say more?
I will say this, I feel sorry for those of you who after all these years, still buy the governments official conspiracy theories of 9/11 or the Kennedy assassination on November 22, 1963 (stevenjohnhibbs, 9.01.2009) http://stevenjohnhibbs.wordpress.com/2009/09/01/national-geographics-new-hit-piece-911-science-and-conspiracy