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Jason Pollock

Jason Pollock

Posted: May 10, 2006 01:07 AM

Every American Should See LOOSE CHANGE Today!


I recently watched the film LOOSE CHANGE and couldn't believe what I learned. I thought that I had read and heard everything about 9/11, but I was wrong. This film makes quite a case for an alternate view of what happened on September 11th, 2001.

I found two major media sources that have written about this film so far. USA Today gave it the biggest write-up to date.

The NY Times also made mention of it.

I watched the entire film on the internet. I dont think many people realize the power of the internet. To distribute a film such as this on the world wide web was simply brilliant. It never would have gotten the backing it needed from a major studio. The internet affords anyone the opportunity to see it, and everyone needs to! In this day and age of information traveling as quickly as it does, hopefully these simple facts from September 11th will reach a greater audience.

I think that any American who has the resources of high-speed internet should not wait one more second to watch this film. If you don't have high-speed at your house then go to the library. I guarantee you that you will see and hear things that will blow your mind.

I'm not saying that I agree with everything in the film or that it is a perfect piece of filmmaking. However, it does make some incredibly compelling cases about a few things from 9/11 over which i have certainly lost sleep.

For example, the film shows beyond a shadow of a doubt that the World Trade Center buildings collapsed because there were explosions all the way down. There is no way that a fire caused the buildings to collapse. You can see in the video, which we have all seen 1 million times, that each floor explodes as the towers collapse to the ground.

The filmmakers have obvioulsy spent an enormous amount of time researching and going through an immense amount of evidencount of evidence from that day. What they found is very different from what our leaders are telling us.

Another thing that has been hotly contested but virtually proven in this film is that the Pentagon was not hit by a regular-sized passenger plane. What did hit the Pentagon then? Was it a missile? I ask you to watch this film and make your own conclusions.

One thing that the film made me ask was why haven't our leaders raised these questions yet? Why did it have to take a movie that was essentially distributed on the internet to raise these simple questions?

Where are our senators and congressman now? Why aren't they doing more to raise these issues? Why haven't they taken the time to do the research that needs to be done to get to the bottom of one of the most tragic days in American history?

If any politicians are reading this right now, I implore you to take a look at this film and do something about these issues immediately. It is not about your reputation or your poll numbers. Doing what is right will gain the respect of the people every time.

I think that we should all demand answers from our government and our leaders about 9/11. These issues are not too old to re-hash and we as Americans owe it to ourselves and to the history books to get to the bottom of what really happened on September 11th, 2001. I for one am not satisfied with what we have been told.

Frankly, given Bush's track record during his presidency, I feel we should probably be taking another look at almost everything that has come out of his mouth. September 11th is an American tragedy of monumental proportions and its not enough to just file it away and say that we got to the bottom of that one.

In this day and age where information is being passed around at an incredible rate, maybe we can get some truths out of our government that we were not able to in the past.

Kennedy was assassinated with a "magic" bullet. America has essentially accepted this. I won't even go there, but I will say that we need to take a hard look at what happened on September 11th and this film is a first step in that direction.

Watch the film and make up your own mind.

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