This book, an extremely useful one, seems to be a compendium of information available on the internet together with independent documentary research. I happen to agree provisionally with the author's main conclusion. ("Provisionally" because I think a compelling prima facie case has been made, and now we need to proceed to another level of investigation and proof. Good luck with that one.) Absent any will to truth on the part of the government or most of the population, the "sheeple" as they are now called, the rest of us would do well at least to keep in mind the underlying, and unexceptionable, facts, of which I choose a few at random.
1) Four commercial jet liners, presumably hijacked by some not too bright Arabs with box cutters, managed to break the North American air defense system. This is, of course, impossible.
2) These same inept Arabs also managed to fly at least two of the jet liners 700 feet above sea level at or beyond 500 miles per hour. This is, of course, impossible.
3) Two of the air liners, striking two buildings designed to be struck by air liners, brought down three huge skyscrapers in New York. This is, of course, impossible.
4) Two of the huge skyscrapers exploded into dust from the top down. This is, of course, impossible.
5) Two aluminum clad air liners sliced, from wing tip to wing tip, through heavy structural steel like the proverbial hot knife through butter, leaving silhouettes of themselves. This is, of course, impossible.
6) Dozens of cars and trucks near and not so near the towers were burned out, some of their engines even missing, while paper debris or people or nearby trees remained unaffected. This is, of course, impossible.
So there you have it. Nineteen Arab terrorists, a few of whom are still alive, managed to do six impossible things before lunch, in the process propelling all the rest of us through the looking-glass, not least because the government of the United States, possibly the richest and most powerful military and political force in this quadrant of the galaxy, is completely committed to what is obviously a fairy tale. It's a strange, strange world we live in. (Nor did I even mention the magically appearing scarves and passports, the anomalous jet engine posed on the sidewalk that afterward seemed to end up in a landfill, the suspicious security black-out a few weeks before, all the cui bono issues, the dancing Israelis, Cheney's suspicious conduct, Bush claiming to have seen the first plane strike live on television, the deliberate and quite illegal destruction of the crime scene, and so on and so on and so on.)
Meanwhile, the media managed to disappear down their own rabbit hole: pictures of planes with wings that wink off and on, noses of planes that survive two close encounters with structural steel to emerge intact out of a tower without on subsequent inspection leaving a hole, wings that partially enter a building which magically heals itself behind them, buildings that explode with no plane in sight on live feed and then in re-broadcast lose their backgrounds as planes mysteriously appear, etc, etc. All, of course, quite perfectly impossible. (And let's not forget the BBC's own Sibyl the Soothsayer, who reported the collapse of Tower 7 while she was essentially standing in front of it. Bad bit of timing, that.)
Yet it seems even to bring up indisputable facts in this matter is to risk being labeled a nutcase conspiracy theorist, when absolutely the craziest conspiracy theory of all is the official one. Something is terribly, terribly wrong here. Dangerously wrong. The threat of terrorist attacks is unspeakably greater when the attacks are, as they seem to be, false flag operations conducted by enemies foreign and domestic. Was 9/11 a Mossad operation, with treasonous support inside this country? I think it was----on the face of it. I am certainly willing to be convinced otherwise. In fact, I'd feel a lot more secure if I did not believe it. At the moment, unfortunately, I do believe it. If anyone is going to argue me out of that belief, he had better take ALL the facts, all the evidence, into account. Which may, of course, be impossible.