Why the Public Needs to Check Out These Best 9/11 Sites
If you were to read every story on every website mentioned here, we wouldn’t hear from you for years.
However, if you were to scan all the sites mentioned here, and picked out stories that piqued your interest, something profound would happen.You would never trust what you read in your local newspaper or believed what you heard on T.V. ever again. And that is exactly the point of this list.
This is the fourth time I’ve compiled this list. Each time it has expanded and changed slightly. A few sites have been dropped. Many more have been added.
This list is only one person’s opinion of what’s out there on the web regarding information about the coverup of 9/11. It is meant as a recommendation of where to find valid information not curdled by corporate contempt. I would sincerely urge you to check all of them out at your leisure and support them financially if you are able.
Everything recommended on this list is free (although with some, you can get add-ons that do cost money). I have taken pains not to include any sites of an overtly religious or spiritual nature, being a believer in the following statement: Any time an adherent of one religion says anything at all about another religion, it is not to be taken seriously because the speaker can’t help but be biased, and is therefore unreliable.
I have also excluded the categories of economics and the law, because, not being an economist or a lawyer, I’m not sure when I’m being bamboozled by fancy rhetoric and references to documents with which I am unfamiliar.
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questionsquestions.net/gatekeepers.html details how many popular left websites may be tainted by subterranean connections to the CIA. Almost all of them write little about 9/11 and won’t even entertain the notion that the tragedies were generated by forces within the U.S. government, making them suspiciously useless in my mind.
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John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the coast of Florida and usually goes berserk every time he watches T.V. news. His email address is email@example.com.
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This story was published on February 10, 2003.