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B&W Sunday: Towering Twins

Paula’s B&W Sunday Challenge took me back to May 2001 when we visited our son who at that time was living in Hoboken. On our first evening, we walked down to the river and looked across to see the Twin Towers of the WTC. 45 more words

(xvi the tower)

this is another one of those poems where WordPress messes up the block form & the way it should look but the words are all the same & I guess it’s really OK … the collage is one I made back in 2009 but I recently added the Roman numerals & the title “the tower”. 221 more words

9/11 twin tower attacks, the biggest most unashamed deception in the history of humanity.

The 9/11 twin tower attacks, was the biggest and most unashamed deception, in the history of humanity. worse than religion.
And needs to be exposed for the absolute, ludicrous sham that it is. 182 more words

Did 9/11 Change Your Life? God Intervened And Saved My Family That Day.

As we near the 15 year anniversary of 9/11, I have been reflecting recently on that day, week and month that hit us all so hard who lived in and around New York City.  3,623 more words

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Towers Meet Jet Fuel

The 9/11 Commission Report details a conspiracy theory so far-fetched and full of pre-meditated fabrications that one is forced to ask the question:

“If 19 Arabs with box-cutters in hand did not perpetrate this Crime of the Millennium – under the direction of a man in a cave in Afghanistan – then who might have had the incentive, as well as the extraordinary capability, to perpetrate such an audacious attack?” 621 more words


Sia says burn the "28 Pages" of 9/11 disinformation!


A bit of 2005 history, Australian style:

 Jets didn’t topple towers: cleric
Cameron Stewart


AUSTRALIA’S most radical Muslim group is promoting the bizarre conspiracy theory that planes did not destroy New York’s World Trade Centre. 522 more words



Pearl Harbor, 1941.  Hiroshima 1945.  Twin Towers 2001.  The first shock “will live in infamy”.  The second established that the unthinkable was possible.  The third was an act not of war but of religious fanaticism which has added a new, permanent threat to our security and survival. 393 more words