9/11 Truth Movement in a Nut Shell

by Ben Cohen

My article on the Huff Post is now being strictly moderated (not by me, but by my editors) because the 9/11 Truth Movement nut jobs insist on flooding it with links to their idiotic sites and rants on ‘Building 7’.

I’ve sifted through the allowed comments and felt that Matt Osborne (a much valued member of the Banter Media Group, and author of the brilliant Osborne Ink) summed the Truthers up in style. He writes the following:

It’s Occam’s Razor. Either you believe that planes flew into buildings,

creating massive explosions and fires that weakened the structures

until they collapsed, OR:

You believe that a sinister conspiracy set out YEARS BEFORE to make

this happen; that explosives were smuggled into the building during

retrofit and hidden in the walls; that holograms of airplanes were used

to convince a million New Yorkers they saw planes flying into

buildings; that the Pentagon ordered itself targeted with a cruise

missile; and that all this conspiracy, which necessarily MUST have

included thousands of people to happen, remains protected by the

silence of those thousands.; and that all of this was part of a

long-term plan to install the global dictatorship of Nicholae Carpathia.

I’m sorry, that’s just not a logical choice.

Unfortunately, logic doesn’t have much to do with it.

Ben Cohen is the editor and founder of The Daily Banter. He lives in Washington DC where he does podcasts, teaches Martial Arts, and tries to be a good father. He would be extremely disturbed if you took him too seriously.