Russia Today Declares 9/11 Was An Inside Job!



I don’t know if it was an inside job, but it sure looks that way, however one thing is undeniable, and that is that the federal government has used the indecent to effectively nullify the U.S. Constitution, all in the name of “protecting our freedoms” from the “terrorists” by taking away those very freedoms and turning the U.S. into a police state.

But the losses didn’t end there. Americans lost liberties. We lost privacy. We lost trillions of dollars. In many ways, we lost any reasonable claim of a limited, constitutional government. And all of those things were taken, not by a group of hijackers, but by our own government.

Times Free Press

Watch the video and then tell us what do you think?

Comments

  1. I’m sorry M.D., I know that I can be critical in my posts, I just have a problem with this whole article. 9/11 happened 13 years ago. There is no way to prove/disprove these allegations, and RUSSIA TODAY is run by our enemies.

    Instead, why not monitor what certain Christian ministries are preaching concerning our current problems.

    The goal of the Communists is to get us to doubt our Government/Cops/Leaders and stir up as much trouble as they can. “Never let a Crisis go to waste”……remember.

  2. Exile1981 says:

    I personally take anything RT says with a huge grain of salt, they are the propaganda arm for the Russian government. Effectively they are the new Pravda. Just like MSNBC is the propaganda arm for the democrats in the US; the BBC has become the voice of the EU against the British people and the CBC is the voice of tyranny in Canada.

    All of these news sources have agendas and they all have plans that do not involve the good of the people of this world.

  3. Wolfman says:

    The US Gov’t has been taking away our freedom long before 9/11 came down the pike. The leftists have been trying to disarm us, take over the bureaucracy, take over the education system, take over the judicial system, and take over the law enforcement system for years now. They are on the cusp of total victory. I’ve been fighting them since the Gun Control Act of 1968. The assault on the Constitution began a long time ago, but each crisis is being used to eliminate more freedom. Our losses are mounting, and due to the fact we don’t fight this as a strategic war, but as a series of conventional battles we win every once in a while(Hobby Lobby is an example).

    Illegal immigration is a perfect example. Reagan passed an amnesty bill with tough regulations on business and a border security plan. But it was left for Clinton and future Republicans to implement, and guess what? Nothing. We now see the strategic impact of that battle we thought we won back in the 1980s. We actually lost it by giving people amnesty before the border was truly secure. The border is now wide open, and all the spying is due to the fact that the gov’t can’t let anything happen until the native born population has been completely overwhelmed. Then, all bets are off.

    • Wolfman

      They’ve just kicked it into overdrive since 9/11…

      • Wolfman says:

        That’s just a natural progression. Look at the EPA, now saying it has control over all the nation’s water, or the IRS, which has been weaponized after its takeover by progressives. Once things reach a tipping point, they happen at a much faster pace. I believe that’s where we now are in this country, and I dread what is likely to happen as a result.

  4. Two people can keep a secret only if one of them is dead.

    Way too many people would have to be involved, and nobody can seem to keep their mouth shut anymore.

    Thus, I do not believe there was any conspiracy on 9/11.

  5. With respect to all here I disagree with the propensity to assign conspiracy theories in lieu of critical thinking skills as valid reasoning. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

    There are plenty of red flags and proof of governmental abuse and usurpation of the Constitution by successive Administrations without searching so far afield with straw man arguments as legitimacy.

    If conspiracy theories are anyone’s pet project then fine but they do undermine the overall message and no doubt contributes towards the scoffing of prepper’s and prepping as a whole.

    Doubt is healthy, that’s what critical thinking is. If one didn’t doubt then no one would be prepping. Using conspiracy theories as self serving confirmation biases is as fallacious as the government putting out it’s sheeple propaganda.

    This is one area I don’t agree with within the prepper community. With that said, this blog has a wealth of collective knowledge and information about prepping and I’m very appreciative of it’s existence, thank you to all.

  6. while I don’t belive the gov did it, some agencies knew more than they let on. and 9/11 became too good of a thing for the powers to let pass, more power, more control, all to protect us. at what cost…less freedom, less control over the government. those who except less freedom for security deserves neither. when I saw the “occupy wall street” and others around the country get arrested, I knew It was over. we can prep and try to get ready for everything, but when they come for you in the night. goodnight sweet prince

  7. JP in MT says:

    Whether 9/11 was an “inside job” or not may never be proven. Perhaps we can elect a President who will run on a campaign of more open government. Then we might find out more. (Wait, isn’t that one of Obama’s election platforms?)

    That being said, I’m too much of a Cold Warrior MI type to believe a Russian if we were standing in a Hurricane and he told me it was raining. Verify. That’s what I say about all these. 9/11, OKC, Sandy Hook, etc. There are many plausible government sponsored scenarios, but nothing tells the complete story.

    As to 13 years, hell, they are still trying to figure out if anyone was on the grassy knoll.

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