Have you ever heard of the organization Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth? For years they have been bringing a heavy slab of credibility to the table of what can be broadly referred to as “9/11 truth,” or suppressed information regarding the attacks that runs contrary to the official narrative.
They initiated a study into the collapse of the third tower that fell on September 11, 2001, WTC7, at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. The tower of course collapsed at the speed of gravity, which is a key reason why people have their suspicions about 9/11’s official narrative.
In a serious win for the organization and the cause they represent, a U.S. Attorney for New York’s Southern District, Geoffrey S. Berman has agreed to present evidence for a counter-narrative to the 9/11 Commission Report.
The request was probably accepted due to the overwhelmingly credible and thorough evidence presented by the organization, in a 56-page legal filing (or 58- page amended one), to the U.S. Attorney.
They are trying to raise $50,000 to continue with the effort in court, and their petition to the court provides evidence and contains allegations that both World Trade Center Towers were destroyed using pre-planted explosives, as well as the World Trade Center Tower #7 of course, noting that the planes could not have brought the towers down alone.
One article notes: “The filing also lists various federal felonies that form the basis for demanding the presentation of evidence to the Grand Jury under statute 18 U.S.C. – 3332(a). Apparently, the U.S. Attorney agrees.”
It has been noted that thousands of members of the public, including professionals who demand the respect of those who tend to believe in the official narrative, have signed a petition demanding a new investigation into what really happened on September 11th.
9/11 really was the moment that the United States and NATO were able to justify an endless advancement of their agenda. Its significance in history will probably outweigh many other events, as far as things that influenced the trajectory of history.
The people who grew up dealing with the casualties of war and victims of occupied nations such as Iraq, Libya, Syria, or Afghanistan, are going to come of age and wonder why their society is dealing with such intense problems, and the consequences of what was set in motion as a result of 9/11 are still reverberating throughout societies all over the planet.
It’s easy to forget what was set in motion on that day, living pretty detached from what has really been affected by it, but at this point the burst of supposed patriotism and avid support for the military industrial complex that came from 9/11, that we felt in America after 2001, has died down so much, after almost 18 years. There aren’t a lot of people left in America who still have unquestioning, rigid support for anything the military does.
Don’t let the media get it twisted, international readers, Americans aren’t really falling for it anymore.
The energy or enthusiasm behind supporting war is dead here, in most places. If some of the good people who still unknowingly support wars saw the innocent victims, they’d instantly change their minds. Some would never change their mind, but that’s not everybody. Those innocent victims of things like drone strikes are what many activists find to be important about this cause, in the decade of drones.