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  • I'm a basics, 'Keep It Simple Stupid' (Kiss) kinda guy. I care less for the thousands of arguements arising from differing opinions out there than I care about the simple facts which are all that's really important.

    9/11 Happened. That's a fact. Around 3000 people died that day, some of them leaving little more trace of their existence and passing than the dust which billowed along the streets, covering everything and everyone, in it's wake. That is also a fact.

    What's not so clear is whether it is a fact that it was some one-world-government conspiracy or merely the work of brainwashed terrorists. You know what? Either way, I DON'T CARE!

    All those who like to indulge in arguing for or against one or the other 'side' are simply wasting time and deluding themselves. Does anyone really, seriously believe they will ever learn the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth about what happened that day?

    Arguing for or against wont bring back one single soul. Won't change the corrupt leadership we have allowed to run unchecked for decades. Won't convince one would-be suicide martyr that he is wrong and should think again. Arguing for or against only wastes time and lets those who would keep hatred alive, continue their Evil work, no matter what they claim their reasons are.

    9/11 happened, that's a fact. But ALL that happened that day is that around 3000 people died, all told. That is the fact, the real truth, the only thing that's important. 9/11 is now in the past, it's history, just like Pearl Harbour, JFK, MLK and every other world news event. That was then, this is now.

    Nothing much has really changed, unless you don't want to see that fact!!
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