Sorry to be confusing. I apologize for being in a hurry and I'll try to convey all this.
It’s all so confusing, to me. If there is complete evidence of a demolition, and the videos suggest solid evidence to me, but I’m not a demolitionist or an engineer, but I do feel like if they’d tumbled sideways, more would have died. Though if they’d been evacuated after being hit, less would have died. If our government attacked us, why weren’t the planes enough of a horror tactic? Why did the buildings have to come down?
Why did the Pentagon have to have a plane/missile attack that mysteriously disappeared, since real debris or a true appearance of a destroyed flight would be more horrific to the public, if the gov intended to terrorize us they’d played that up for maximum impact, to me, but they made a mistake with the missile? Then why aren’t the families of flight 77 gathering together to find out answers about their missing loved ones with all the evidence of a missile, or are they and we don’t know it? Are they under some sort of threat to remain quiet from our government?
sighs, then Flight 93. Their families talking to them just minutes before! What nightmares.
nothing makes sense, and that’s why I ask questions, and I’m careful not to use conspiracy theories to place all the pieces of an already senseless and horrific puzzle together as gospel, because conspiracy theories may provide a formula of proposed answers, but they tend to create more victims by seizing them with fear and terror based on conjecture, or better yet real possibility twisted to fit. There's just so much with 9/11 that my head spins and I'm sure that any answers will never make sense.
just typing all of this makes feel anguished.
Building 7? Sighs. If he “pulled it” for insurance purposes and profited opportunistically by using the worst massacre of innocent people in our history, may he be damned for every penny.
I guess the real question is: Is there anyone out there who feel our Gov is innocent of the attack? It makes sense to me to say No, but I'm rarely right when it comes to our gov.