September 11, 2011 08:12 AM ET
Below is a video that asks all the right questions about September 11th. Warning: Be prepared to rethink, what you thought you knew.
Ask anyone, and they will tell you what happened on that day, as if they were a physical eye-witnesses to the events on September 11th. Everyone saw the footage, the videos, the witnesses; or did they? Do you really know what you saw? Did you pay attention to what the witnesses were saying? Did you look closely at the videos that were aired that day?
Did you know that just about every witness of the Pentagon attack worked for the media? Neat.
Lloyd England, in an interview with Citizen Investigation Team, explained that day as he remembers it. When Lloyd was shown photos of his cab from the 9/11 archives, it's pointed out to him that his story completely contradicts the photographs regarding the location of his car. Lloyd can't explain the differences in his story, and becomes defensive. When Lloyd thinks the cameras are off, he lets us in on his little secret.
There have been 3 steel-framed buildings in world history to collapse due to fire; World Trade Center buildings 1, 2 and 7. Interesting.
Tower seven mysteriously collapsed six hours after WTC tower 1, and tower 2 collapsed. It was said that "debris" from the plane was projected into tower 7, and it struck gas canisters, and they exploded, and the intense heat weakened the steel, and it caused the steel-framed building to collapse in place (in free-fall motion with no resistance from floor to floor). Yes, they really said this in the official 9/11 Commission Report.
So let me get this straight, WTC tower 1, and 2 collapsed in roughly one hour due to "extreme heat" from the raging inferno inside, but it takes 6 hours for this much smaller (steel-framed) building to collapse from the same thing?
Also, it was said that the weight of each falling floor caused the next floor to collapse, and so it fell in pancake fashion.
Wouldn't this mean that it should have encountered resistance? As it would need a slight moment to break the weld points of the steel before the next floor could fall? Yet, it fell without resistance, in free-fall motion - like a controlled demolition. Someone is fibbing!