Why do people and governments around the world pretend to believe that the Twin Towers disappeared solely because of gravity when anyone can see them turning into large and small pieces which go up and out before coming down?

Why did Richard Cheney “misspeak” when talking about Khalid Sheik Mohammed, who “blew up the World Trade Center”? http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=5004452n

Please summarize your video cite.

Oh Lordy…here we go again.

Reported to move to Great Debates
(and also reported to our Illuminati masters)

Because of the joint Greys/Illuminati conspiracy to brainwash the world into not realizing 9/11 was the first strike in a war against the Brotherhood. Everyone knows that.

I don’t think gravity made the Twin Towers dissappear; I’m pretty sure it was the planes that were flown into them that did the trick.

False premise, anyone? Or are we talking about maybe 30 people who wouldn’t know the truth if it hit them in the face and two or three governments with an obvious interest in lying about it?

Wow, I had a post there, but it disappeared solely because of gravity. Internet gravity, y’all.


They didn’t disappear.

They believe or they pretend to believe?

There is no gravity; the earth sucks.

I did it with my tower-collapsing, anti-gravity device.

Remember when David Copperfield mad the Statue of Liberty dissappear? That was cool.

I don’t understand why a tall building which is basically a big hollow tube could possibly fall down based on something as minor as a fully-loaded passenger airplane hitting it at high speed and then having all the fuel explode. It just defies common sense!

I figured that one out = he had this most humoungous mirror, you see, and … but I’m saying too much!

What, David? No, David! no! stop! I won’t … [clunk]

No, no, no, they go back and to the left!

“Don Dahler. I’m four blocks north of the World Trade Center. The second building that was hit by the plane has just completely collapsed. The entire building has just collapsed, as if a demolition team set off–when you see the old demolitions of these old buildings. It folded down on itself, and it’s not there any more.”


Ah. A simile is a figure of speech that directly compares two different things, usually by employing the words “like” or “as”. English communication is full of times when the speaker uses a familiar image to describe somethign new to their experience.