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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Off-topic: 9/11 Revisited (3)

What have -you- seen on 9/11? Are you sure that what you saw on TV really happened?

Ten years, what does that mean? A first year math student of 18 was only 8 in 2001. The story must be told and re-told because 9/11 is an important part of the history of -the world-. - Anyone older than, say 28, probably remembers 9/11 as if it was yesterday. I do, definitely, I can't forget 9/11. Especially in periods like this, with the 10th anniversary and so forth, it keeps going through my mind. Why?! I have asked that question many, many times. Because I have seen things on TV that are scientifically impossible but everybody accepted it as the truth. That brought me in a condition of doubt. Therefore the following video came as a relief to me. Things that I thought to have seen were finally confirmed.

This is the video that confirmed what I thought to have seen. ( Three parts, part 2 and part 3 on YouTube ).

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  1. So Nilo, these reports imply that these news media all conspired in this, am I right? It seems like there'd have to be someone who would come out and tell the truth.

    I don't know what to think.

    Are you in NYC? I'd want to talk with people who were there.

  2. Sue, I am in Rotterdam, NL. A contact in NYC is - People -do- come out and tell the truth. But you have to tune in to the alternative media. Scientific, factual data you'll find at

  3. Sue, What they showed on TV is that a 757 crashed through layers of thick steel but the thin aluminium nose remained intact. But that is physically impossible.


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