Discussion in '9/11' started by Brother Jonathan, Dec 19, 2013.
Somebody should do something.
Since you have all the 'evidence' and all.
yeh thats why the zionists were kicked out of every country they ever infiltrated
Actually when I was at university only a couple of years ago it became perfectly allowable to reference Wikipedia in research projects and essays. Wikipedia is well structured, categorised, referenced and resourced. It's main articles are very factual, and you can usually tell how reliable an article is by how many references it has. Wikipedia's 9/11 page has almost 300 individual references, with several dozen other Wiki pages coming off it with equally good sourcing. It is factual, and complete the vast majority of the time. Only people kidding themselves say otherwise.
So you don't think the hijackers received help from Saudi or Pakistani intelligence?
It is sad to learn that our Universities are this dumbed down. Research papers should contain source documents.
Wikipedia: check the sources in the article to verify authenticity.
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He's not American.
I think the idea is very plausible, I just don't know specifically how they helped.
I doubt this conspiracy theory.
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