September 11-Watch Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 after you have a moment of silence

September 11, 2001 means many things to many people. It is a time to spend at least a moment or two in silence for all the innocent people who died on that day ten years ago.

It is also a time to think about what has happened since that tragic day in America and the World. It hasn’t been pretty. One powerful, award-winning documentary by Michael Moore, Fahrenheit 9/11 (with DVD link), is worth a viewing to remind us all what lead up to that tragic day and what insane things happened after. Surely, what Fox News bots will say is that it’s all nonsense, but there is overwhelming truth in the film that needs to be remembered and more independent investigations into what happened on that day need to be done. Someday.

What’s particularly interesting about those who supported George W. Bush at the time he was President now crawl backwards in shame that they didn’t like him now. Somehow, he’s not to be blamed for anything either. That’s the magic behind delusional minds.

If you want to see what some believe happened, there is a lot to check out, such as this:

The documentary “Loose Change” offers some interesting theories about the events on 911:

Penn and Teller have a different take on the events of 911:

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