American Samizdat

Tuesday, September 11, 2007. *
An oldie but a goodie

Do I think Bush knocked down the towers? Frankly, I don't know. But--strange to say--regardless of the truth, I find it heartening that so many people question the government's version of events. It means that people are paying attention to the discrepencies.

Something is not right in America. People know it.

9/11 Conspiracy Theories Gaining Ground, Study Says
The idea that the Bush administration participated in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks is not limited to fringe Web sites and conspiracy theorists, according to a poll commissioned by a Web site that promotes alternative explanations for the events of September 11.

The poll, conducted by Zogby International for and released last week, found that 31 percent of Americans do not accept the official explanation for September 11 -- that "19 Arab fundamentalists executed a surprise attack which caught U.S. intelligence and military forces off guard."

Among that 31 percent, around 26 percent agreed that the American government "knew the attacks were coming but consciously let them proceed for various political, military, and economic motives." Almost 5 percent believed that U.S. officials "actively planned or assisted some aspects of the attack."
posted by the thistle at 1:58 PM
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