September 11th is a very tricky issue to discuss. No matter who you talk to, it will invariably be a passionate discussion.
It’s quite easy to label anyone who has questions about 9/11 as a “conspiracy theorist”, but even those that are quick to dismiss the more controversial ideas surrounding that day are open to discussion of it on other levels.
We do this for people that died on the day of 9/11 as well as those that have died as a result of it. The Truth Movement, as it has become known, was originally conceived in the frustrations of family members who felt that their government had let them down.
The bottom line is, something deeply disturbing happened on that day, and there’s a cache of information that leans towards it being intentional, as opposed to accidental.
If you’re new to the subject, we implore you to check out a variety of sources before coming to any conclusions, and to always question what you think you know.
The best place to start is History Commons, which is a site that began as The Cooperative 9/11 Timeline and has since grown to unfathomable proportions.