Wednesday, October 25, 2006

9-11 Denial: So Big That We Can Start Our Own Party

Looks like the 9-11 Deniers are starting to believe their own BS about how big their "movement" is. Check this out:

Is it time to take the next step and start wielding some of the power this movement has accumulated? It is often said that senior citizens wield a considerable amount of political might in the United States. For the most part this is because they have numbers and they get out and vote, reliably and consistantly. While I think their power has somewhat decreased in recent years, there can be no doubt that political candidates make concessions to this power, and even at times go out of their way to mollify them, if for no other reason than through the fear that this voting bloc may come out in strength against them. I feel that the Truth Movement could rival this power and most likely excede it.

As usual, he cites the polls that supposedly indicates everybody's on board with 9-11 Denial:

We certainly have the numbers on our side. Just look at any of the many online polls and you see the numbers... remember the Charlie Sheen poll? How about the 0wnage of the United 93 forums? Hell, check some net traffic reports or data on search terms, 9/11 Truth sites are some of the busiest out there. That's some serious numbers.

But this seems a little curious:

On the main issue; We do NOT ask someone to commit political suicide by going on the record screaming 'Inside Job!' or anything like that.

Eh? Why would that be political suicide? After all, aren't 84% of the people 9-11 Deniers now? Or could it possibly be that even the Resisting Intelligencer realizes that's a bunch of nonsense, and that in actuality the percentage of people who believe in 9-11 Denial is somewhere in the low teens?


At 25 October, 2006 15:53, Blogger tym said...

Ah to be young and fucking retarded....

I envy these guys. I wish I wasn't burdened by "common sense" and "the ability to think critically and reason"

At 25 October, 2006 16:31, Blogger CHF said...

About fucking time they took my advice.

Jim Fetzer for President!

At 25 October, 2006 16:35, Blogger James B. said...

Well Bob Bowman is running. I watched some of a video on 911blogger of him being interviewed. He is running for Congress in Florida, and the best he can do is phone in interviews for a New York cable access program. That 84% support must be paying off.

At 25 October, 2006 16:53, Blogger CHF said...

Keen in mind these retards have NEVER assembled more than 1,000 for a protest march.

At 25 October, 2006 17:08, Blogger Rayzor said...

Don't they realize they're just heading into oblivion? The only thing that's keeping them from dissapearing like every other conspiracy theory is that thousands of absent-minded teenagers are constantly hooked onto the internet.

There will be no political movement, no revolution, nothing, because these guys wouldn't have a clue how to start one or what to do if they ever succeed at having one.

At 25 October, 2006 17:35, Blogger Triterope said...

Here's why this will never go anywhere:

Go back to the "Map of the 9/11 Denial Movement" blog entry. Take a moment to review the list of names, and the many toxic relationships among them.

Now imagine all those people in one room, trying to agree on a political platform and a candidate.

Ain't gonna happen. Though I kinda hope they try, it would make for some Grade A drama.

At 25 October, 2006 18:00, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

Ah to be young and fucking retarded....

are you trying to really make me choke...jhc I nearly busted a gut when I read

Yes, it seems the young man's conclusion, is as follows...

"The 9/11 truth movement, while complete lunacy, is larger than the senior citizen population of the united states."

oh dear god, to be young and fucking


At 25 October, 2006 18:11, Blogger SFC B said...

If the Troothers were to get themselves together and organized maybe they could equal the election results of the American Communist Party.

I do look forward to the day these nobs try to go mainstream because they really do need a smack upside the head by reality.

At 25 October, 2006 22:17, Blogger Jay said...

Here in Holland they also want to start a party that wants the 9/11 investigation reopened. They call it the party of truth. Although there truth is not my truth.... One university over here decided to test the claims made by the truthers about what happened to 9/11 so they were relly looking forward to that. Untill that university proved that the buildings could have collapsed from the damage done by the planes. Then they called the students and professors from that university liars.... So it kinda backfired on them :D

At 26 October, 2006 03:25, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

Great, they can call themselves the Fucktard Party. It would be nice to see a party so galactically stupid that it makes the Democrats and Republicans actually look good by comparison.

At 26 October, 2006 10:42, Blogger CHF said...


do you have any more info or links (preferably in English) about that university test?

Sounds hilarious!

At 26 October, 2006 11:02, Blogger Manny said...

Sounds hilarious!

Hilarious and typical at the same time. One of the themes that James and Pat have been properly hammering away at on this blog is the question of who the twoofers would want to do their much-demanded "independent investigation." Twoofers never answer this question, and the university study seems to be a perfect indication of why. Literally every independent investigator with any expertise has concluded that the so-called "government story" is true as regards that part of the story in which the investigators have the expertise. The structural engineers concluded that planes and fires brought down the towers, for example. The 9-11 commission concluded that the failure to track and bring down the planes was a failure, not a conspiracy. And on and on and on. What they really want is not another independent investigation, because they know what conclusion would come from one. They want non-expert speculations to stand in for the independent investigations already done.

At 26 October, 2006 11:04, Blogger Alex said...

If Jay is talking about the students I'm thinking of, then they make an appearance in the "jowenko video". You know, the one the twoofers quote when they want to say that a demolition expert agrees with them? Yeah well if you actually watch more than the 1 minute clip that they spam you with, it shows him saying that there's no way the twin towers were demolished, AND it shows a bunch of students going over their computer model and explaining the work they did and how they went from thinking maybe the WTC was bombed to being certain it could have collapsed on it's own. They even talk about watching Loose Change before doing their research. Funny stuff.

Check it Here.

The students make an appearance in the last minute or so of the clip.

At 26 October, 2006 12:50, Blogger Jay said...

thx Alex, this is the entire video btw.

The truthers were so counting on this research to show they were right :D

Instead they were proven wrong. :D

The only comment he had was about WTC7, but thats cause they only showed the one video with one side of the WTC7 with the small fires.

At 26 October, 2006 13:11, Blogger Jay said...

From around minute 21 u can see the result from the students.

At 26 October, 2006 13:30, Blogger Jay said...

this is a Quote from someone who was there and is obviously a believer :D

"The discussion that followed was led not by the teacher (agent?) who had guided the program and presented the students earlier in the evening, but by an older person who appeared to be the Grand Old Gentleman of TU Delft or something. After a couple of questions and replies that I didn't understand very well, this gentleman commented that the discussion was going perhaps a little too peacefully, and weren't there any people in attendance who thought the whole thing "een beetje stonk". I replied shortly after this that I didn't know whether it stank or not, but that with 69% of respondents in recent American polls saying they thought their government was involved in the events of 9/11, I found it indeed CURIOUS that fourteen supposedly impartial students would unanimously declare that they thought the technical details of these events squared up with the government's story."

At 26 October, 2006 13:31, Blogger Jay said...

I meant truther, instead of believer.


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