A small rant about NYC protest re Mosque!

considering the amount of innocent muslim lives in afgan/iraq as a direct result of 9/11 which FAR outweighs the amount of lives lost that day, I would say that it’s pretty damn appropriate to have a place where they can pray somewhere within the area, and the idea that people would protest about it shows a complete lack of understanding as to the consequences of that day, not least the continued demonisation of a religion which has universally denounced what happened. 

But then these are probably people who didn’t ask questions about the planted passport which survived fires that incinerated black boxes @ 4000degrees C, (admitted to by the USA fbi as fake/falsely placed), don’t realise that Osama bin Laden is not wanted for what happened that day because the FBI states there is "No evidence" to tie him to it… and… 7 of the people named as "hijackers" were found alive and well 6 months later.

I’ll not mention the records showing fight door remained locked until radar loss on one flight (ergo no-one got into the cockpit), 767s disintegrate at low altitude speeds far less that the speed both flights which hit the building, and of course the free fall speed of the towers which defies all physics… and wtc 7 which in a recent study 80% of Americans didn’t know collapsed, so obviously couldn’t ask "WHY??" when it was hit by nothing… and the collapse of said tower was reported a full 20 mins BEFORE it "collapsed" on BBC, with the tower actually visible behind them as they report it! (also in freefall speeds incidentally) 

*rolls eyes* All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. It’s a shame that the first two stages take such a long time to sort themselves out.

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