7 thoughts on “9/11 Conspiracy theory debunked- for the umpteenth time”

  1. Now, now, c’mon Babalu! Seriously, who would rather believe, learned scientists or shrill fat fools like Rosie O’Donnell who shamelessly declared on TV that 9/11 would be the first time in history that steel melted.

    You don’t have to answer, I already made up my mind. Rosie and the 9/11 Troofers are telling the truth. Right? ‘Fess up, I know you agree!

  2. NIST could be part of the conspiracy also. And how do you explain the flash on the grassy knoll or the UFO activity reported near Manhattan before the so called “attacks”?

  3. The mere thought of anybody paying the slightest attention to what “Rosie” might think or believe about anything (except maybe lesbian sex) is profoundly pathetic. But there she is, continually shooting off her big, fat mouth and laughing all the way to the bank. Truly, we are a decadent society, and I’m not even talking morals here. It’s just SAD.

  4. The 9/11 Truth movement is bigger than you think. If ever there was a case of collective psychosis, this is it.

  5. This has always been a sore point with me.

    I was there when Building Seven came down. Both myself and a colleague from Reuters were about 3/4 of a block away when a firefighter began shouting a sentence I will never forget: “Seven’s coming down, seven’s coming down – get the fuck out of here.” That man proceeded to save our lives.

    To all the folks who say there were explosions heard in the building, etc (resulting from thermite) – may I say: You have absolutely NO idea what you’re talking about and the continued efforts to paint the tragedy of 9/11 as an inside job are perhaps one of the most offensive things you could possibly do to any survivor.

    Sickens me to the core.

    ‘Nough said.

  6. I wasn’t there that day, only saw the second plane hit on live TV. I still believe “My Lyin’ Eyes” from that beautiful September morning. -S-

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