Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Ironworkers and 9/11

One of the many 9/11 shows currently being aired on cable television had an interesting title: Metal of Honor - The Untold Story of the Ironworkers of 9/11. The film documented the rescue efforts of New York City structural ironworkers. Readers must be thinking why waste time viewing these programs, but some of these programs reveal small pieces of the big puzzle and further support the 9/11 truth movement. There were many noteworthy details revealed throughout the film:

  • Regarding the fall of the twin towers, one speaker said "you couldn't have paid a demolition company to do it straighter," noting how very few surrounding buildings were damaged and how much damage there would have been had the towers toppled to the side.
  • One heading that flashed during the film indicated that the towers were a symbol of peace.
  • At first there were many volunteers to help search and clear out material but the site became too chaotic and there were concerns about injury so the government hired general contractors to establish a chain of command.
  • Everything was pulverized there were no desks, computers, or laptops.
  • After the towers were destroyed there was one foot of dust on the ground.
  • The last fire was put out on December 19, 2001.
  • Fires and explosions occurred often during the clean up.
  • In the underground area, some cars were untouched in the parking garage and some businesses did not have any damage.
  • Workers witnessed massively mangled, crushed, and crumpled steel and could not imagine the amount of force it would take to cause such damage.
  • All material had been cleared within 8 1/2 months, 3 months ahead of schedule.

There should be a group of ironworkers for 9/11 truth, not to mention pilots, structural engineers, firefighters, and others who understand the nuances, can expose key facts, and reveal that that the official fiction is completely impossible.


At 1:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The reason you don't see groups like this is the same reason you don't see structural engineers disagreeing with the official story. Because they have the expertise to determine what really happened. Same reason why you don't see demolition experts forming these groups. They actually know what it takes to demo a building.

At 10:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have personally spoken with a commercial pilot who flew the same type of plane that hit the towers and he indicated that in his opinion even the most experienced pilot could not have directed the plane into such a target.

At 6:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gosh, I wouldn't want to fly with that person. Only millions of folks (including tv viewers) saw it done in real time! This "I have a friend" type of account is what passes for evidence in the CT community.


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