9/11 theories debunked

Found a youtube video on above top secret, that seemed too have too many solid facts to be a conspiracy theory. What do you think?

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    All I know is that men and women died because of it. I don't care why it was don't or how it was done. We killed bin laden we have fought terrorism and are helping give people in the middle east things they have never had before.

    I am not denying the fact that men and women were killed, I believe our attacks on the middle east were misguided. Did you not see where "all the hijackers" were from? We didn't attack the countries that they were from, we decided to single out a person who we didn't have solid evidence of how he was connected, all we knew was he was a part of a terrorist group, attacking AMERICAN TROOPS on soil that the Arabs deemed "HOLY". Just ask yourself, would you sit around while the Russians, or better yet the Chinese "occupied" the United States? Yes, we have fought terrorism I do not deny that, but I challenge you, find anyone who is from the Middle East, Arab, Muslim, Christian, I do not care, then ask them why the Middle Eastern nations hate the U.S. so much. You will be surprised.
    - Lambeau July 26, 2011, 9:32 am
    I have a few times actually all were muslims, I was given a lecture that almost crossed the lines into diatribe on why western society is evil and a lot of other things that furthered my realization that Islamic society is the evil one not western society.
    - triclebickle July 26, 2011, 9:46 am
    In essence, anything that man touches is evil, Microsoft, Shamwows, The Whitehouse, the NYSE, Flannel shirts, Christianity, Satanism, The Internet. All of these are evil in their own way. And honestly, I would avoid the religious extremists that you seem to have talked to. Ask the normal every day people, the ones that work and play just like us average American citizens. The religious extremists are going to give you the answers you got, while if you talk to the normal every day people, you will get a much different answer. When I spoke to some friends of mine from the Middle East, I was told that the Middle Eastern countries hate the U.S. because we have the unjustified thought process that we are supposed to have our military based in every country in the world. That our government treats people like they are the dirt under their boots, and they are suppressing the people to such an extent that the large cities that had power before the U.S. military came, are restricted on how much power they can use. They feel like the U.S. Government is stealing from them, what is rightfully theirs, and that is why most of the fighting is started.
    - Lambeau July 26, 2011, 10:01 am
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    I don't believe or trust what either this guy has to say nor what the government says. people lie and twist words around till the truth is destroyed. honestly it becomes such an annoyance. i feel sad that all those people died but i honestly believe that it was a terrorist attack. people look to expose what isn't there and distort the truth. right now we have all acted in the way that we thought best and should stand by it. i disagree with what a lot of what happens in the world but in the end i realize that people who seek power will use any advantage to gain it and distort any truth and cover their lies. this is the world we live in. and until we feel the need the need to try and change it or help to change it i will remain doing what i need to. i hope that change comes soon but until it does this is how it has to be

    "...i disagree with what a lot of what happens in the world but in the end i realize that people who seek power will use any advantage to gain it and distort any truth and cover their lies. this is the world we live in." that is the truest statement I've heard about the things that have ensued after 9/11.
    - Lambeau July 26, 2011, 10:19 am
    now thats what i'm talking about when people take partial quotations and adjust them to what they want it to mean. not saying this is completely out of context but when you take a small part of what i say like that and quote it in that fashion it appears that i am wholeheartedly agreeing that 9/11 is a conspiracy. the statement you quoted was meant to be about the world in general not directed to what has happened after 9/11. that's the crap i hate.
    - 24paperwings July 26, 2011, 11:39 am
    Have I said anything about conspiracy theories? No, I'm stating the fact that the government and media has lied to us, and that supports the fact. I'm not saying that the U.S. government is trying to take our liberties away, and your quote states that fact, and so I used your quote.
    - Lambeau July 26, 2011, 1:05 pm
    I know i know lol this was just a simple example. i was simply stating an observation of mine that was used differently as intended originally. this is just some of the stuff the guy in the video above does along with what many people in the government. when they use it in a shitty way and choose a select few words to make it sound completely different from it's original content. that pisses me off. personally i like the way that you interpreted those lines because that was partially what i meant but and at the same time it's different than what it originally meant. honestly people could rip apart what i said there and turn it into something awful. that stuff is what i hate. not what you did.

    lol sorry i just realized how harsh the second comment sounded it wasn't a personal attack or anything just a statement and example.
    - 24paperwings July 26, 2011, 3:46 pm
    Not a problem, I enjoy debates, and I realize that many people can come across a bit more harsh than they were intending. No offense taken.
    - Lambeau July 26, 2011, 5:40 pm
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