by Jerry Alatalo
re those men and women who hold that the attacks on 9/11 (September 11, 2001) were not as the official government 9/11 Commission Report described so-called “conspiracy theorists”, to remain completely ignored, or powerful warriors for the truth? That is the question. Given many who’ve questioned the official version of events are very well-educated, serious men and women, how important for humanity is getting to the bottom of , seriously addressing, concerns the thousands have written and spoke to?
For the sake of argument, let us presume the concerns are legitimate, based on completely sincere, sometimes exhaustive efforts of research and investigation. It seems clear that, in many instances, men and women have indeed been guided by high moral standards in their search for the truth, leading most people to agreement that a new, thorough, all-inclusive investigation simply must become undertaken.
The negative consequences of not pursuing the truth about 9/11 could logically be compared to ignoring symptoms of cancer in an individual human being, except that not getting to the truth about 9/11 ignores a global form of cancer, eating away at confidence displayed by people the world over on integrity at the highest levels of government. Given much less public expenditure went to financing the activities conducted by the 9/11 Commission than to the Clinton/Lewinsky sex-between-two-consenting-adults scandal, and that there are many men and women who have actively called for a real investigation and announced their willingness to present their exhaustive research findings, the amount of taxpayer money needed for getting to the truth, letting the chips fall where they will, is next to zero.
If there is any expense to the taxpayer, it consists of allowing very well-educated, serious men and women to, freely, convey what they have found and believe actual, disturbing differences between the official 9/11 Commission Report and the facts they have discovered. Common sense is enough, along with the globally persistent, cancerous, trust-destroying consequences of failing to adequately address serious concerns about a historic, world-changing event, to conclude further investigation is warranted.
The events of September 11, 2001 were simply far, far too important for humanity to ignore, risking continuing severe and negative consequences for the international community. The clear moral choice is fearlessly and honorably agreeing to making efforts which reveal the truth…
Nothing but the absolute truth.
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