While I would be careful not to blame anyone for 9/11 - as I truly do not know and it is very wrong to make false accusations - I find it hard to believe the official version of anything now, given the way I am seeing the history of WW2 being revised in plain sight, within living memory of the events, and with plaudits from the world.So I do not know who carried out 9/11. And I cant blame anyone for doubting the official story. They tell us it was Bin Laden, a Saudi, and he has been killed. And in the wake of it they "shocked and awed" Iraq - ?!? I don't know if any of that is true. How can I. But you will know the Biblical warning that the whole world, all its institutions, lie in the power of "the wicked one", Satan the devil. And Jesus himself called Satan "the father of the lie". He told the first lie ever told, in Eden, setting in train the disaster we are presently living in.So how could I blame anyone for doubting the official version of anything?Regarding the main thrust of your article, doesn't it come right back to the usual: All anti-semitism is equal, but some is more equal than others?And some does not exist at all, in political terms.
I believe in free speech and I am more likely to allow posts on this blog than not allow posts on this blog. I do not agree with or endorse many and in some cases most of the posts. I don't object to the posts because I have limited time. I reject any conspiracy theories about 9-11 and I do not accept the above post alleging that Osama Bin Laden was not behind 9-11. Sue if you see this post and attempt to respond with more conspiracy theory nonsense I will not post it. I'm not interested in a back and forth with a 9-11 conspiracy theorist.
Yet I was careful to make the point that I hold no conspiracy theories. I now doubt the official version of many things, and I explained why. I can't blame or accuse anyone for the horrors of 9/11, as I do not know.
https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-the-jewish-absentee-property-law-1.9949350Interesting article concerning the latest brouhaha.
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