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Monday, December 3, 2012

Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup (2009)

 
 
It is amazing to me that every time you turn around; new evidence is being discovered about the tragic truth of the incident on 9/11 that changed the face of the United States. Today, I saw information of FOIA documents about certain ACARS messages demonstrated that the aircraft received messages through ground stations located in Harrisburg, PA, and then later routed through a ground station in Pittsburgh; 20 minutes after the aircraft allegedly impacted the South Tower in New York. This is yet, one more item to prove that this was not the terrorist attack everyone has believed; it was an inside job. With my mind caught up in this attack, I decided to watch Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup.
 
 
Plot/ An exploration of the viewpoint that the September 11, 2001 attacks were planned by the United States government.
 
 
I have to admit that this film does a great job at debunking the official government story of the attacks on September 11. It does this by first looking square at history, and the similar events that helped shape our nation, and how the government often plays are larger and darker role in events. It also touches on one important facet that often goes overlooked, compartmentalization and need-to-know operations. No matter how you feel about the events of that day, there are serious questions that lack solid evidence and this film touches on that. To me, the disasters at the Pentagon for one and the uniform collapse of the WTC buildings have been problematic, as the official story did not seem to match the visual data. The findings of physicist Steven Jones - PhD, who talked about the evidence of Nano Thermite in the debris was very pointed, and it is unbelievable that the official investigation ignored the possibility. To me, that is almost Warren Commission negligence. In the end, many will not believe this and even view it in proper context, as they could never believe that the government could or would do this. To them, I say that history begs to differ. If you, like me, want to know the truth, do not just watch this, ask questions and demand answers.
 

1 comment:

  1. I think I saw this on Netflix if I am not mistaken (always trust netflix for awesome documentaries.) Thanks!

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