9/11 Trillions Spent, Inside Jobs, False Wars, Do We Now Accept It Was A Con To Steal Middle Eastern Resources?

Let’s first look at the possibility that the attack itself was an inside job and then the motives behind it

The theory that the 9/11 attacks were an inside job is based on several anomalies that have yet to be fully explained by the official government narrative. One of the key points of contention is the collapse of the Twin Towers. The Twin Towers were the main World Trade Center buildings and were the primary targets of the attacks. Both buildings were hit by commercial airplanes, but instead of the buildings collapsing as a result of the impact and the resulting fires, they fell at near free-fall speed, which is consistent with a controlled demolition.

Another anomaly is the collapse of Building 7, which was not hit by an airplane. Building 7 was a 47-story skyscraper that was located a few hundred feet from the Twin Towers. Despite not being hit by an airplane, the building collapsed in the late afternoon of September 11, 2001, which many experts argue is consistent with a controlled demolition.

The official government narrative, as put forth by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), is that the collapse of the Twin Towers was caused by the impact of the airplanes and the resulting fires, which damaged the buildings’ steel structure, making them unable to support their own weight. However, many experts argue that the collapse of both Twin Towers and Building 7 is not consistent with a fire-induced collapse, and that the speed and symmetry of the collapse is more consistent with a controlled demolition.

These anomalies have led many experts, researchers, and individuals to question the official government narrative and to speculate that the 9/11 attacks may have been an inside job, orchestrated by individuals within the US government or other powerful entities. While this theory is controversial, it remains an important area of debate and discussion, and requires further investigation.

The Unjustified War in Iraq: The Real Motives Behind the Trillions Spent in the Wake of 9/11

On September 11, 2001, the world was forever changed when terrorists (Possibly the government itself) orchestrated a devastating attack on the World Trade Center in New York City. In the aftermath of this tragedy, the United States government claimed publicly to be quickly focusing its efforts on finding those responsible for the attack. However, instead of targeting the actual perpetrators, who were apparently primarily from Saudi Arabia, the US government shifted its focus to Iraq and its leader, Saddam Hussein.

Despite the fact that there was no evidence linking Iraq or any of the surrounding countries to the 9/11 attacks, the US government, under the leadership of President George W. Bush, used the tragedy as a pretext for invading Iraq in 2003. This decision ultimately resulted in the deaths of thousands of American soldiers, as well as countless Iraqi civilians, and the spending of trillions of dollars on the war effort.

Many experts have argued that the true motive behind the war in Iraq was not to bring those responsible for 9/11 to justice, but rather to gain control of the country’s vast oil reserves. This theory is supported by the fact that Iraq is home to some of the largest oil fields in the world, and that the US government has long sought to secure access to these resources.

In addition to the human cost of the war, the financial cost has been staggering. A study by Brown University’s Watson Institute estimates that the total cost of the Iraq war was more than $2 trillion. This includes the cost of the war itself, as well as long-term costs such as the care of veterans and interest on war-related debt.

In conclusion, the tragic events of 9/11 were used as a pretext for the unjustified war in Iraq. Instead of targeting the actual perpetrators of the attacks, the US government shifted its focus to Iraq, resulting in the deaths of thousands and the spending of trillions of dollars. The true motives behind the war were likely driven by a desire to control Iraq’s vast oil reserves rather than to bring those responsible for 9/11 to justice.


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One response to “9/11 Trillions Spent, Inside Jobs, False Wars, Do We Now Accept It Was A Con To Steal Middle Eastern Resources?”

  1. George F. avatar

    Well, there you have it…

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