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Different Theories on September 11 Discussed in the US

Cihan News Agency | June 26, 2006

To understand “What really happened?” on September 11th, the day the US was shocked by the deadliest “terrorist” attack in its history, experts gathered in Los Angeles for a conference.

Hundreds of scientists, terrorism experts and celebrities attended the conference. Some claimed that the incident took place as a result of the negligence of the authorities, while others claimed that the attack was a part of a US plan to start a world war.

A famous radio programmer, Alex Jones, said that there many people believed that this was ‘an inside job.’ The author of the book, “9/11-fabricated Terror- Made in USA”, Webster Tartpley claimed that September 11 was a state-supported terror prepared by unscrupulous CIA agents, who wanted to start a war among civilizations. Tartpley asserted that the Washington administration used terror as a pretext to turn the US into a “police state”.


Bush under fire by 9/11 conspiracy theorists

IOL | June 26, 2006

Los Angeles - They wore T-shirts that read: What Really Happened?, snapped up DVDs titled 9/11: The Great Illusion, and cheered as physicists, philosophers and terrorism experts decried the official version of the September 11 attacks that shook the United States to its core.

About 1 200 people gathered at a Los Angeles hotel at the weekend for what organisers billed as the largest conference on the plethora of conspiracy theories that see the 2001 attacks on Washington and New York as, at best, official negligence, and at worst an orchestrated US attempt to incite world war.

"There are so many prominent people who are incredibly well respected and who have stated that the evidence is overwhelming that 9/11 was an inside job," syndicated radio talkshow host Alex Jones told a news conference.

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"There are hundreds of smoking guns that people need to be made aware of," said Jones, calling for the impeachment of President George Bush and charging that the mainstream media had been slow to cover the growing movement of 9/11 sceptics.

'9/11 was an inside job'

The 9/11 and the Neo-Con Agenda conference comprised two days of seminars, video presentations and talks by groups including Scholars for 9/11 Truth, www.infowars.com and an appearance by actor Charlie Sheen.

Most are convinced the US military command "stood down" on the day of the attack, that the hijackers were trained at US military bases, and that the World Trade Centre towers collapsed because of a series of controlled explosions set before they were hit by two hijacked planes.

Suggested motives range from expected benefits for US arms and oil conglomerates to revolutionary plans for a new world order headed by the US.

The theories, derided by critics as wild and far-fetched, have mostly been confined to the Internet, talk radio and the alternative press. But an August 2004 Zogby opinion poll revealed that 49 percent of New York residents believed US leaders knew in advance of the attacks and failed to act.

The 9/11 Commission, set up in 2002, cited government intelligence lapses in the failure to prevent the attacks, which killed about 3 000 people.

'Wild and far-fetched'

A 10 000-page investigation by the National Institute of Standards and Technology held that jet-fuel fires weakened the structure of the Twin Towers and led to their collapse.

Sheen, star of the TV sitcom Two And A Half Men, provoked a media storm in March by calling in interviews for an independent investigation.

Sheen "brings the movement some legitimacy," said a Los Angeles student attending the conference, who gave his name as Rico.

Webster Tarpley, author of 911 Synthetic Terror; Made in USA, said the attacks were an example of "state-sponsored, false-flag terrorism" designed by rogue CIA elements "to start the war of civilisations".

Tarpley said Washington was "gripped by war psychosis" and had used terror as a pretext to turn the US into a police state. - Reuters


Conspiracy theorists meet over 9/11

Al Jazeera | June 25, 2006

They wore T-shirts asking What Really Happened?, snapped up DVDs titled 9/11; The Great Illusion, and cheered as physicists, philosophers and terrorism experts decried the official version of the September 11 attacks.

About 1,200 people gathered at a hotel in Los Angeles over the weekend for what organisers billed as the largest conference on the plethora of conspiracy theories that see the 2001 attacks on Washington and New York as, at best, official negligence, and at worst an orchestrated US attempt to incite world war.

Alex Jones, a syndicated radio talkshow host, told a news conference: "There are so many prominent people who are incredibly well-respected who have stated that the evidence is overwhelming that 9/11 was an inside job.

"There are hundreds of smoking guns that people need to be made aware of."

He called for George Bush to be impeached and accused the mainstream media of being slow to cover the growing movement of 9/11 sceptics.

The 9/11 and the Neo-Con Agenda conference comprised two days of seminars, video presentations and talks by groups including Scholars for 9/11 Truth, infowars.com and an appearance by Charlie Sheen, the actor.

Motives and oil giants

Most are convinced that the US military command "stood down" on the day of the attack, that the hijackers were trained at American military bases, and that the World Trade Centre towers collapsed because of controlled explosions set before they were hit by two hijacked aircraft.

Suggested motives range from expected benefits for US arms and oil conglomerates to revolutionary plans for a new world order headed by the United States.

The theories, derided by critics as wild and far-fetched, have mostly been confined to the internet, talk radio and the alternative press.

But a Zogby opinion poll in August 2004 indicated that 49% of those living in New York City believed that US leaders knew in advance of the attacks and failed to act.

The official 9/11 Commission, set up in 2002, cited government intelligence lapses in the failure to prevent the attacks by al-Qaeda that killed about 3,000 people.

"There are so many prominent people who are incredibly well-respected who have stated that the evidence is overwhelming that 9/11 was an inside job"

Alex Jones,
radio talkshow host

A 10,000-page investigation by the National Institute of Standards and Technology held that jet-fuel fires weakened the structure of the towers and led to their collapse.

'War of civilisations'

Sheen, star of the TV sitcom Two and a Half Men, provoked a media storm in March by calling in interviews for an independent investigation.

Webster Tarpley, author of 911 Synthetic Terror; Made in USA, said the attacks were an example of "state-sponsored, false-flag terrorism" designed by rogue CIA elements "to start the war of civilisations".

Tarpley said Washington was "gripped by war psychosis" and had used terror as a pretext to turn the United States into a police state.


9/11 Skeptics Share Theories

WashingtonPost | June 26, 2006

LOS ANGELES -- About 1,200 people gathered over the weekend for what organizers billed as the largest conference on the conspiracy theories that consider the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks to be a result of official negligence or a U.S. attempt to incite world war.

"There are so many prominent people . . . who have stated that the evidence is overwhelming that 9/11 was an inside job," syndicated radio talk show host Alex Jones said at a news conference.

Conspiracy theorists are convinced that the U.S. military command "stood down" on the day of the attacks, that the hijackers were trained at U.S. military bases and that the World Trade Center towers collapsed because of a series of controlled explosions set before they were hit by two hijacked planes. Suggested motives include expected benefits for U.S. arms and oil conglomerates, and revolutionary plans for a new world order headed by the United States.

The theories have been derided by critics as wild and far-fetched. The official Sept. 11 commission cited government intelligence lapses in the failure to prevent the attacks by al-Qaeda that killed nearly 3,000 people. A 10,000-page investigative report by the National Institute of Standards and Technology held that jet-fuel fires led to the twin towers' collapse.

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