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Subject: 9/11 Theory a House of Cards by William John Hagan
wjhii    6/22/2005 7:50:56 PM
9/11 Theory a House of Cards by William John Hagan Houston Home Journal (Perry, Warner Robins and Centerville, GA) 06/22/2005 Posted on 06/22/2005 4:36:54 PM PDT by WJHII 9/11 Theory a House of Cards By William John Hagan Houston Home Journal 06/22/2004 I took the attacks of September 11th on the World Trade Center personally. Thousands of our fellow citizens were murdered that day by Islamic Terrorists and, these cowards endangered some of my dearest friends when my beloved Manhattan was attacked. I was also commended by the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation for my proposed memorial design during the World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition. So when someone denies the facts about that horrible day I don’t get mad, I get furious. Within days of Usama Bin Laden launching his Islamic Holy War against the United States many brain-dead conspiracy theorists throughout the world started to blame everyone else for the attacks but the Al-Qaeda madmen who flew two, fuel laden passenger jets into the Towers. Some self-loathing Americans and anti-Semitic Europeans and Arabs actually had the audacity to blame everyone from the United States Government and Israel, to the Trilateral Commission and even the Freemasons. Until now, most major media outlets have ignored these flights of fantasy. That changed, however, when United Press International (UPI) inexplicably reported the insane blathering of one Morgan Reynolds. Morgan Reynolds claims that he was a former chief economist for the Department of Labor during President George W. Bush's first term. Reynolds declared that the Al-Qaeda piloted planes alone could not have brought down the towers and “only professional demolition appears to account for the full range of facts associated with the collapses of WTC 1 (North Tower), WTC 2 (South Tower)”. Reynolds went on to accuse the US Government of destroying the WTC by stating, “If demolition destroyed three steel skyscrapers at the World Trade Center on 9/11, then the case for an 'inside job' and a government attack on America would be compelling.” Morgan Reynolds failed to explain why the government would want to destroy its own financial center but the message was clear: the bombing of the World Trade Center was a government set-up, designed to justify a full scale assault on the Arab world. Just the sort of headline Al Jazeera and the rest of the American hating world would run with to fuel and justify anti-American violence. After the UPI story was published I set out to interview Reynolds myself and, as expected, his story fell apart like a house of cards. First, I asked if he had any background in architecture or construction. His answer was “no”, he was simply a former Professor of Economics. I explained to him that I’ve watched workmen prepare to bring down a building for demolition. It takes a lot explosives and noisy work. When I asked, “How could government agents have done this without being noticed by people working in the buildings?” His educated response was, “I don't know exactly how it was done. But it was done, just look at the disintegration and free-fall collapse.” Well, I have and that’s what happens when two passenger jets hit a skyscraper. I then addressed his former relationship with the government. His answer: “I never worked directly for the White House but did indirectly via USDOL.” At that point I had to wonder if this guy had ever even worked for the government which was the only detail that gave his original story any credibility. I, therefore, asked him if he could prove his employment. He abruptly ended our interview by refusing to offer his proof. Clearly Morgan Reynolds is a duplicitous con, but the real fools were UPI and other major media outlets for printing his claims in the first place. Letters to the editor can be e-mailed to: Visit William John Hagan on the web at:
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Ashley-the-man    RE:9/11 Theory a House of Cards by William John Hagan   6/24/2005 1:47:59 AM
I caught this moron on the book channel, or whatever name it goes by. I watch Steve Coll talk on his book Ghost Wars and was impressed enough to read the book. Then I ran across this character Hagan putting forth his oddball theories and wondered if I was on the National Enquirer channel. Actually this guy is a Bush agent, put out there to appear so ridiculous that other critics of the administration can be more easily dismissed.
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HiloBill    RE:9/11 Theory a House of Cards by William John Hagan   8/4/2005 11:10:51 PM
The notion that our own government "did it" at the WTC (and at the Pentagon, there, they say, it was actually a missile, not a jet...the jet was just cover). Variously, I've heard that it was a joint cabal b/w America and Israel. At the Murrah Bldg in Oklahoma City, it was the shadowy forces of our US Gov't who set up charges along support beams, etc. I had asked an engineer about the way the WTC Towers fell, but for this reason: I had wondered if the collapse surprised bin Laden or not; in the planning stage did they know it would collapse like it did. From his engineer mind of +40 years, he said "Of course! They would have known that the heat from the flames would have melted the girders and once vertical supports gave way, the entire weight poised above would have gravitated down like a giant sledge hammer....sort of like a horizontal line of dominos." It was a very simple question for him and he didn't even give it a second thought. But, do these conspirasits think to even ask an engineer? I think not. Do those who are convinced of this conspiracy bother to ask an engineer this question? I think not. For that, these people who propagate this kind of stuff against our government should be charged with sedition. They are so convinced of their own imaginary booey men that they will damn the very government of their birth, the one that safeguards their Constitutional rights to think their crazy ass stuff. All of this would be kind of funny if you didn't realize that these are "McViehisms," or more well known as "The New World Order Conspiracy Theorists." This ever-growing group of "thinkers" say there exists nefarious elements within our own government that religate President Bush to a mere script reader; that the Bilderbergs conspire evil; that the Council of Foreign Relations plot our demise; that the UN is the organ for a New World Order. These peoples' beliefs are based on supposition, smear, circular logic, and a sort of blind faith that makes them truly dangerous to the very thing they say they love, respect and will defend to their death: the US Consititution. These group of "thinkers" would actually - and unwittingly - work for enemy forces in any sort of chaotic societal downspiral of the US; one like that which might ensue following the much discussed al-Qaeda "American Hiroshima" involving simultaneous detonations of suitcase nukes in several US cities. These would-be defenders of the US Constitution are more akin to domestic enemies of it, as they would overthrow the sitting government should circumstances ever provide an opportunity. Don't get sucked into the New World Order Conspiracy Camp! For the sake of the US Constitution! HB
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