Ugh... These threads pop up every few months it seems!
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: If you can convince me that the government comes out ahead by destroying both
it's own financial and
military headquarters, only then will I start believing a possible conspiracy.
And that's a relatively light requirement. I'm not even asking for an explanation of where all of the plane passengers ended up at, why the government would kill their own military leaders in order to start a war, or how a government that can't even protect a major port (New Orleans) from an obvious disaster can meticulously plan a time-sensitive operation over hundreds of miles executed at a near-flawless level with only scant evidence remaining.
I'm asking bare minimum there...
Yeah, motive alone is sketchy at best, non-existent at worst.
I mean, just ignoring all of the contradictory evidence against a conspiracy theory with this, the planning for an attack like this would have had to start with the Clinton administration and then continue into the Bush admin, which pretty much replaced everyone involved in the highest level of government, most notably Richard Clark, the foremost terrorism expert in the government at the time.
My favorite argument FOR the conspiracy is the "squibs" or puffs of smoke that appear as the towers are collapsing, but just below the actual crumbling. What people don't understand is that the WTC towers were constructed uniquely, where almost all of the load bearing was on the outside walls. If the towers began to collapse, the floors below the collapse would start a pancaking effect that would displace a ridiculous amount of air, therefore easily explaining the "squibs" that conspiracy theorists claim are explosive charges. Whatever.
Several eyewitnesses claimed that the express elevators actually fell to the ground floor, explaining the damage to the lobby before the collapse of the towers. Yet, they're ignored and the 2 "eyewitnesses" who claim that it HAD to be explosives are the only ones given any credibility. Geez, people.
Speaking of, there's another video called "Eyewitness" that's even more absurd (and boring) than Loose Change. It's all the opinion of some software programmer who makes these ridiculous claims that people believe for some reason. It's such a sham.
If you're a battery, you're either working or you're dead....