earlier i was debating with a buddy of mine about 9/11 being an inside job. now, he is a hard-core “neocon”, and works for the D.O.D. we get into heated debates all the time, when we actually get time to talk. well, this 9/11 inside job stuff is pretty new for me. i dont trust the government. i feel like Bush & co. are taking away our rights, all that.
but 9/11? i pretty much stayed away from the conspiracy theories. not sure why. i guess i just didn’t want to waste my time. well, a couple weeks ago, probably actually a week ago, i was checking into some stuff and found out the marvin bush thing. i’m not good at linking stuff, but i posted an article about it. now, this kinda got me wondering… so anyway, i’m talking to my friend, and he is getting mad. he doesn’t want to hear it, i’m nuts. so he looks up the popular mechanics thing on debunking 9/11 nut-cases like me, thinking it might bring me out of it.
it was made to debunk “loose change” which, i have but haven’t watched yet. well, one of the things i thought was nuts about the official line was the plane hitting the pentagon. i mean, the lawn wasn’t messed up, the hole isn’t big enough, no big pieces of plane. well, he brought up this guy, Allyn E. Kilsheimer. i guess he was the first pro on this stuff at the scene. he said he knew that flight 77 did this, he found the black box, held body parts in his hand. so, i thought, hmmm. maybe i’m goin off the deep end. well i’ve been thinking about it, so i look the guy up. nothing bad about him. well, he gets the contract to fix the pentagon. that’s cool. no big deal. maybe he’s just spouting off the official line because he’s in good with the grand pooba, maybe not. Right? well, look up the popular mechanics thing. something struck me as odd. Ben Chertoff, he’s related to Michael chertoff, what is he, head of homeland security? maybe he’s biased too. i got a post on mike chertoff on here too. he defended Dr. Magdy Elamir, a guy that was charged with funding bin laden. he also wrote article 3 of the patriot act, the part about watching where the money goes, to see who’s financing terrorists. also advised bush on torture. well, anyway i’m looking up this Kilsheimer guy, and i stumble onto something strange:
“According to an article in the Sacramento Bee, Pentagon officials
contacted the veteran engineer because of his reputation for analyzing
structural failures worldwide, including those caused by the bombings
of the federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995 and at the World Trade
Center in 1993. The morning of the Sept. 11 attack, he was at the
Pentagon, surveying the damage.”
maybe it’s just me, but why is this guy always brought in? maybe he’s good, but i’d say he’s biased, and not gonna say anything too out of tune with whatever the official line may be, right? but he made an awful bold statement, about finding the black box, and holding clothes and body parts. this guy seemed sincere. i did find out that they didn’t find the black box till later. then i didn’t believe him. i almost did, though.