Saturday, June 25, 2011

PressTV - Iran reveals motive behind 9/11 attacks

PressTV - Iran reveals motive behind 9/11 attacks

This is a great article, it talks about the Motive for the 9/11 attacks via President of Iran Ahmadinejad's Intel and theories.

I think that he's spot on, that this was all a Zionist plot. There are so many clues as to how 9/11 was an inside job.

First, think about this: There were two planes that collided in Newyork on 9/11 but 3 buildings fells from "Jet Fuel fires", But to believe that you would have to go blind around the time of the impact and ignore the massive fireball where most of the jet fuel burned off on impact.

It doesn't take a genius to realize that two planes cannot bring down three separate buildings, even from the collision.

9/11 was such a sad event, but that doesn't mean we have to just forget it. We need a real investigation.

The Iranian President's theory makes sense because you only have to look at the people who benefited most from 9/11, and it's clearly the Israelis.

Bin Laden repeatedly said he was not responsible for 9/11, but somehow he got all the blame. I think its because people don't question authority and eat the garbage spewed by the media.

Read the article, post a comment, let me know what you think, and I can provide sources for my statements.


  1. did you see the documentary on netflix about this? crazy how many people saw "evidence" that have now either "died of suicide" or in "mysterious accidents"....

  2. Yeah there's a lot of crazy stuff going on, but I'm thoroughly shocked at how complacent the American people are. They are delusional and brainwashed.

    Even when they finally see that 9/11 was an inside job they just go back to being asleep. They are trained to just keep moving even once they realize the truth.

    I on the other hand love to keep learning, and sharing the info, and my goal is to see more people sharing and discussing the lie's surrounding 9/11 and to eventually see that the Israelis were major benefactors and could be placed at the scene of the crime on more than one occasion.