Letters to the Editor

The conspiracy behind Sept. 11

The saying “all politics is local” goes to 9/11 truth. Local first-responders failing this litmus test of the greatest crime of history should be dismissed. These questions are serious, possibly casus belli for World War III.

The 9/11 truth movement generated from nonstop official obstruction, right off the bat. Failing the test here means that they work elsewhere, checking in their badges behind them at the front door, thank you anyway.

Sept. 11 falsers refuse to engage two key issues:a) Nonexistent empirical support via “science,” e.g. experimental validation or plausible scale model of collapses. b) The 9/11 money trail. The “credible hypothesis” of controlled demolition is a valid working theory. Jonathan Cole debunked the junk science of National Geographic in his backyard with simple experiments. Whistleblower Kevin Ryan does a stand-up job with the 9/11 money trail; Google search “bush-project-hammer” for starters.

The flippant, dismissive Rachel Maddow is not up to speed with public acceptance levels; I believe that her ratings plummeted significantly on behalf of her biased reporting. We are more than willing to debate the Hearst-owned Popular Mechanics piece any time or place.

Locally, law enforcement or firefighters who support the official lie are dangerous luxuries. They are, as such, traitors to the republic, enemies of the people, and nothing less. They must face the facts — this government, whose lies killed their brother first-responders on 9/11, expects such sacrificial lambs to dutifully execute their treason, their criminal plots, without question.

The place this stops is here and now.

Pete Lindall
Suquamish

 

 

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