My Comment on Jon Rappoport’s article below. Although I might be setting myself as a target for some who have attacked Jon, I feel so strongly about the continued conversation about this atrocity that I will do what I can to keep the dialog going.
The exploding and energetic collapse of tower 1 and 2 is the anomaly of the event, hiding WTC building 7 from those still in the dark — like I was. The molten steel that Jon Rappoport as well as others have emphasized is the scientific evidence that points to the unnatural cause for their destruction.
The collapse of these buildings did not display the characteristics of gradually weakening support columns but rather demonstrated the near perfect descent and trajectory of the intact upper floor section having its lower support columns instantaneously removed.
This is the anomaly of the collapse of tower 1 and 2. That main support columns appeared to be taken out simultaneously in order for the above undamaged section to maintain its upright position and keeping its descent with a near perfect trajectory within the footprint of the building. – Keith
Further comments on 9/11 and internet attacking
by Jon Rappoport • February 9, 2014 • http://www.nomorefakenews.com
After I posted my piece about molten metal at the World Trade Center, I received an unusually large number of emails offering explanations.
My article was simply meant to point out an anomaly: melting dripping steel at the WTC, in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, in some cases long after the attacks, did not mesh with the official scenario about how the buildings came down.
Soon after September 11th, 2001, I advised people to look at the explosion(s) itself, the impact, the profile of the damage, as one good starting point for investigation.
This was because I had done that in 1995, after the Oklahoma Bombing. It turned out that a truck bomb, exploded from the curb in front of the Murrah Building, could not have caused the pattern of damage that resulted.
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