Dr Paul Craig Roberts: The Events of 9/11: Does the Truth Have a Chance?

These days, as the word "terrorism" is tossed across mainstream media networks with reckless abandon, it brings back vivid memories of September 11, 2001, the day that launched the seemingly endless War on Terrorism. Are we any closer today to knowing the truth about what happened on that fateful day? Now more than ever, let us not only renew our efforts to expose the truth, but also take our awareness a step further, to understand that the wars launched since that autumn day in 2001, in the bitterly ironic name of justice and supposedly to combat terrorism continue to take lives of people across the world. These wars are based on lies, and their costs are staggering. As Dr Paul Craig Roberts wrote: In the US on September 11, 2011, the tenth anniversary of 9/11, politicians and their presstitute media presented Americans with A Day of Remembrance, a propaganda excercise that hardened the 9/11 lies into dogma. Meanwhile, in Toronto Canada, at Ryerson University the four day International Hearings on the Events of September 11, 2001, came to a close at 5PM. During the four days of hearings, distinguished scientists and scholars, and professional architects and engineers, presented the results of years of their independent research into all aspects of 9/11 to a distinguished panel, consisting of the honorary president of the Italian Supreme Court, who was an investigative judge, who presided over terrorism cases, and three distinguished scholars of high renown and judgment. The distinguished panels task is to produce a report with their judgment of the evidence presented by the expert witnesses. The Toronto Hearings were streamed live over the Internet. I was able to watch many of the presentations over the four days. I was impressed that the extremely high level of intelligence and scientific competence of the witnesses, was matched by a high level of intelligence and scientific competence of the witnesses, was matched by a high level of integrity, a quality rare in US politics, and totally absent in the American media. As one whose own contributions to economics, now belatedly recognized, are outside the box, I am responsive to those who can escape peer pressure, in order to advance the truth. Here are some of the important things I learned from the Toronto Hearings. The NIST, National Institute of Standards and Technology, a government agency, reports on the twin towers and building 7 are fraudulent. Witnesses at the Toronto Hearings proved that building 7 was a standard controlled demolition and that incendiaries and explosives brought down the twin towers. 

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