Remembering.

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  1. Just_a_Citizen

    Just_a_Citizen Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    16 years past now, & conspiracy theories aside, let's try to remember the victims.

    Anyone have accounts they can share?

    I mean closer to the events than mere TV report memories..
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - the Donald got dem terrorists shakin' in dey's boots...
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    Ahead of 9/11, top Trump aide says U.S. not vulnerable to terrorists
    September 8, 2017 | WASHINGTON — Days before the United States marks 16 years since the 9/11 attacks, one of the White House’s top counterterrorism officials on Friday played down the possibility of an extremist attack on U.S. soil.
     
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    The 9/11 families have never had any closure and 16 years later there is still a major void that needs to be addressed for them, all Americans and the rest of the world. The US government has done everything in its power to avoid any legitimate investigation of 9/11 and therefore coverup this massacre. As a consequence, they are not only protecting the criminals but committing genocide and other war crimes under pretext of 9/11. The Bobby McIlvane Act is being introduced to each and every member of Congress as I write this post. It may not do very much or anything at all but it is a call for a legitimate investigation of 9/11 based on the results of Dr. Leroy Hulsey's extensive study of NIST's fallacious investigation of the "collapse" of WTC7 on 9/11. Please do what you can to support this bill.
     
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    Seth Bullock Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    My boy was 16 at the time. 3 years later he joined the Marines. He says he did it because he felt America was under attack, and other young people were defending her, and he wanted to help fight our enemies. The road he chose was a hard road - for him and for all of us in my family.

    I was shocked and angered when the terrorists hit us on 9/11, and yet I never realized how it would impact my family in the years that would follow.

    :salute: :flagus:
     
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    Just_a_Citizen Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Granny says, "Dat's right - The Saudi's were behind it...
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    New evidence reveals Saudi Arabia ‘funded dry run' for 9/11
    Monday 11th September, 2017 | WASHINGTON, U.S. - Shocking evidence has reportedly been submitted in an ongoing lawsuit against the Saudi government that claims the Saudi Arabian embassy in Washington DC may have funded a “dry run” of the 9/11 attacks.
     
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    They'll be old men before they're brought to trial...
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    Trial for accused 9/11 plotters likely still years from starting
    September 11, 2017 | WASHINGTON — The military trial for five men accused of plotting the 9/11 terror attacks that killed thousands of Americans continues to be stalled at the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prison with no trial date in sight.
     
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    Or they will never be tried. There is very good reason for that and for the first part of the 6th Amendment:

    In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial ...

    Without that, there is NO due process and any court that fails to apply the above is no better than a kangaroo court. The real criminals don't want true justice because they don't want the reality of 9/11 exposed. In a true Constitutional Republic, every single one of these detainees would be released and compensated for crimes committed against them (torture and indefinite detention) and their torturers would be tried for war crimes and crimes against humanity. Once such crimes are committed against the accused, justice is immediately corrupted.
     
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    The most dangerous and lethal terrorist organization on the planet is the US government, all 3 branches. It is responsible for the massacre of millions around the world and continues to commit those massacres and other human rights atrocities under pretext of "freedom" and "democracy".
     
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    Quite true.
    http://www.politicalforum.com/index.php?threads/american-imperialism.371897/
     
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    On a Debate Politics Forum, I had the nerve to "answer" a question honestly about 9/11 ...

    The original post as written my a poster:
    Remembering 9/11
    It;s been 16 years and memories fade and our national attention has rightly been on Harvey and Irma, but I still remember certain aspects of that day really clearly and it still saddens me if I dwell on it. Still, had as those memories may be, we should never forget the people who died and those people whose lives were permanently changed that day, and really, everyone's life changed permanently that day.

    When you think of 9/11, what comes to your mind?

    So answered the question ...

    I responded; 16 years of War at a place where the 9/11 Terrorist didn't even come from. This I added a link to all the deaths involved in that War.

    The poster respond by saying my post was irrelevant!

    I responded back by saying ; Donald Trump MOAB Bomb didn't end it for you? Then I said that the Russians knew when to get out.

    Fot that their Mod (Zyphlin) called that Baiting/Flaming/Trolling.

    ... but a Poster asked a Question and I answered it Honestly.

    Honestly; this country waisted a lot of treasure when it didn't focus on the real terrorist who attacked the US. Of course that my opinion, but I thought that's what a Right we were fight for.
     
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    The mods at that forum censor most posters who post anything that contradicts the official narrative using the flimsiest excuses. I find this forum allows discussion no matter what the poster's beliefs are as long as the remaining rules are followed.
     
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    Cigar Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I don't mind if someone disagrees with my opinions, after all, it's my opinion and I'm no expert. But to outright refuse to allow me to answer a question posed by another member is simply bias and a abuse of power.
     
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    That's why I left that forum, it is extremely biased. I personally welcome disagreement, if we all agreed on everything, there would be little discussion. What I don't welcome is trolling and fakery.
     
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    Well in some places, if you're not tell people what they want to hear ... you're trolling; and if someone solicits opinions by asking questions, the they shouldn't complain about the answers they may or may not get.
     

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