Midweek Cuckoo: Shane Houstein

The tagline on this blog warns that the comments may contain nuts, but sometimes even I am surprised by just how nuts some of them can be.

A while back I reviewed a book by Popular Mechanics on Debunking 9/11 Myths. The book continues where an article in Popular Mechanics left off, debunking 20-something commonly heard myths surrounding the events of September 11, 2001. The comments to that post have attracted a few people who believe the myths despite all evidence, but none have been quite as amusing, or quite as clearly cuckoo, as Shane Houstein. I invite you to read his comments from here forward.

Now my policy with someone this obviously invested in their little dreamworld, where they are the bearer of hidden truths and the enlightenment of the unsuspecting masses, is that there is simply no hope of convincing them otherwise with mere facts. Since they cling so tightly to a position that is blatantly ridiculous, I feel the only reasonable way to deal with them is ridicule. Allow me to regale you with some of the more entertaining extracts from his spittle-flecked proselityzing:

Remember: a present there is no solid proof to connect Osama to the 9/11 attacks. It’s that simple.

But Bush thinks that Osama did it, so away we go to war…

The thing that always makes me laugh about the ‘you can’t prove Osama was involved’ crowd is that they’re usually the same lot who are claiming ‘the US were warned about the attacks before they happened’. They are absolutely correct on that point. Saudi intelligence and other sources warned the US agencies of an impending attack (of unknown nature and unknown schedule so there wasn’t much they could really act on) by Al’Queda and Osama Bin Laden. Specifically.

Anyway the whole Osama issue is a complete strawman on the part of the conspiracy crowd, who seem to forget that many others have been investigated, arrested and even tried in connection with 9/11, around the world. Including the man who was named in the 9/11 Commission Report as the chief instigator, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, who is currently a prisoner of the US. Investigations into Osama’s involvement are ongoing, made difficult by his disappearance, hence the lack of indictment. Whatever you may think of the ‘war on terror’, the invasion of Afghanistan and the ongoing war in Iraq, Osama’s guilt or innocence regarding 9/11 is irrelevant to the subject. The fact is that the events of 9/11 are understandable as an impetus for hunting down terrorists, and the undisputed acts for which Osama is on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted List are more than sufficient to classify him as a terrorist of the highest order. End of story.

I may be a loonatic, but there are many credible people out there (including physics professors) who believe that WC1, WC2 and WC7 were brought down by controlled demolition.

Shane is likely speaking here of Steve Jones, a professor of physics who specialises in cold fusion. He has no experience whatsoever with controlled demolition or the physics thereof. His own university has distanced itself from him and his position, to the point where he was pressured into early retirement after being sent on indefinite paid leave. The Engineering dept of the university has issued statements specifically opposing his findings. The paper he wrote was not published in an engineering journal, or even in a physics journal, and in fact it was never properly peer reviewed at all. He has also been caught out lying about the academic qualifications of the members of his ‘Scholars for 9/11 Truth’ organization, by the membership secretary, who subsequently resigned out of sheer disillusionment. Credible. Sure.

By the way, Osama bin Laden, unlike Steve Jones, does have a degree in civil engineering. Bet the conspiracy theorists don’t like to mention that little fact.

all of you need to open your eyes! you are being spoon fed bullshit! you are all on your way to doom!

Doom-y doom doom doom… how they do love to sing that song. Must be such a comfort from one’s dreary, unimportant little life to be the bearer of such important news.

and here’s something else to think about: if Osama was arrested tomorrow… do you think the public would want him charged with crimes relating to 9/11?

why do you think they would want that?

HUH!

THINK!!!!

do you think the FBI would want him charged with it?

Why NOT?!

THINK THINK THINK!!

Um.. what? If your theory is that the American people are being falsely convinced that Osama did it, then why wouldn’t they want him charged with it? And if your theory is that the FBI is complicit in spreading this lie, then why wouldn’t they want him charged with it? How about throwing in a few more exclamation points there? It might help your statements make more sense. Also, you could possibly take your own advice and think instead of spewing the same unsupported, speculative garbage over and over again.

At the moment, we are nothing but batteries plugged into the f-ing matrix

Your just scared to take the Red-Pill

take the red pill, and open your eyes

Fanboy, anyone? Bet this guy wonders around in a black trenchcoat in the middle of summer, and wears sunglasses indoors. Probably a computer programmer who fancies one day he’ll open the door to his room in his parents’ basement and see a woman with a white rabbit tattoo…

you have obviously not researched the matter yourself at all!

…he says in a comment on a review of a book on the topic? No, of course not. No research at all. I’m practically known for putting forward unresearched opinions. Why don’t you go do some research yourself here and here, just for a start.

…because you refuse to believe that you own government could be so cruel…

Oh, now who’s not doing any research? It takes about 5 seconds of research on this blog to find out that I’m not American. Well done Shane, you’re a freaking research machine.

I want you to look at the footage of building 7 collapsing and listen to YOUR OWN EYES…

Funniest. Cuckoo. Quote. Ever.

41 Responses to “Midweek Cuckoo: Shane Houstein”

  1. residentRsole Says:

    Dear Shane

    I listen to the voices in my head, not to my eyes. And they (the voices, that is) tell me that blood-drinking shape-shifting reptilian aliens did it. Watch “V”. It’s all BASED ON FACT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Don’t read Cukoo 101 !!! This is to lead YOU astray !!!!!!!!! MOONFLAKE IS WORKING FOR THEM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. – and “Well done Shane, you’re a freaking research machine” is one of the funniest taunts ever published on Moonflake.
    Incidentally, do you think Shane is part of the whole Music conspiracy?

  3. Con-Tester Says:

    Dear Shane!!!!

    I only listen to those WHO AGREE with ME, NOT to my SENSE!!!!!! SCULLY and MULDER tell me that 911 was DONE BY PSYCHIC LEPRECHAUNS who were finally FED UP with Italians OPPRESSING the Irish in NYC!!!! They used THERMITE shaped CHARGES like shillelaghs!!!!!!!! They PUT THEM THERE while WTC was still BUILDING!!!!! WHY would Scurvy and Mouldy LIE about something SOOOOO IMPORTANT??!!!???!!!!???? It HAS to be TRUE!!!!!!!!

    MOONFLAKE is a BUSH LACKEY!!!! Never TRUST what she WRITES or SAYS with EYES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Now that we’ve uncovered the truth, you can get back into whatever hole you call “home”.

  4. residentRsole Says:

    Hey Con-Tester

    I’m Italian and I can vouch for the oppression of the Irish in NYC. The psychic inter-dimensional leprechauns now who are working with the greys. The greys are now in conflict with the shape shifting reptilians. A while ago I was abducted by friendly greys and they planted a radio transmitter in my nose so that I can call them whenever I need help. All I need to do to activate it is jam my index finger up my nose to the second joint and twist it back and forth until I touch the transmitter. I repeat this a few times just to be certain that I have done it right.
    As a backup they also planted a transmitter in my butthole and my groin. So, to be sure that I make contact, I attempt to activate those transmitters too in the appropriate manner. Several times to be sure, of course.

  5. Con-Tester Says:

    Yo residentRsole,

    And there I was, thinking I was special, what with my submicroscopic binoculars-cum-gravity-shield in my left knee.

    We should get together and compare lobotomy scars.

  6. well now that my true identity has been revealed, I guess there’s no point in hiding it. I can confirm that this blog has been part of a government-sponsored sting operation to root out those who have discovered our most terrible secrets and are in danger of convincing others of the Truth.

    Your IP addresses have been traced. Agents will be arriving at your homes to neutralize you shortly. Please do not struggle, or the drycleaning bills will be sent to your family.

  7. vodkainsa Says:

    All I can say is shame (a very sarcastic shame mind you)… the guy picked the wrong blog to be a complete idiot on.

    Nice post Moonflake… good read.

  8. vodkainsa Says:

    Oh, and he said “I may be a loonatic, but…”. Proof, he’s a nut. Probably not a cashew… I like those.

  9. I thought that actually South Park had a good read on some of this: that the government was desperately trying to make people believe there was a conspiracy so that no one would realize how utterly incompetent and uncaring they were in stopping an attack that they were nearly directly warned about.

    By the way, it isn’t that I think the current government are the kinds of people who *would not* engineer their own terrorist attack; I just don’t see it as being a necessary part of the explanation. Nor do I see why it’s necessary to go to such an enormous trouble just for what: to invade Iraq? In Vietnam they just alleged that a ship was fired on; in the 1st Gulf War the US nearly invaded but didn’t. Good lord, President Bush Jr. could have gone straight through with everything he wanted to do without a 9/11 attack, no matter what the pinheads at PNAC said.

    I know that if I were sitting in George W. Bush Jr’s seat (or Cheney’s seat, or whoever’s seat), that if I were going to fake a 9/11 attack that I’d be damned sure to get some bigger and more spectacular payoff than what they’ve done so far. I’d have martial law, or appropriate Fort Knox for my own, or what have you. But invading Iraq and giving contracts to Halliburton and the Patriot Act and weakening the courts? This? Is that the entire payoff for an insider 9/11 conspiracy?

    And outside of the technical debates on why and how this or that building fell, I don’t find it so remarkable at all that some relative novices could hijack a plane well enough to fly them into very visible targets.

  10. Oh, also, here’s a relevant question:

    I think a lot of people in the 9/11 “truth movement” believe that if they ever could sufficiently or officially prove that 9/11 was an inside job that huge changes for the better would take place in American society.

    Oh, the offal would be washed from the stables, and all the bad people would be exposed and finally government would be rinsed of its sinners and the low places would be lifted up and the crooked places made straight, and all the rest of it.

    Horse-puckey. You’d have like 5 people put in jail, a bunch of hearings, made-for-TV movies, and the rest of US politics would get along very much like it always has.

    Which wouldn’t be reason to give up proving an inside job, but it would tone down the messianic tone of the ‘truth movement’ a bit.

  11. I think the real conspiracy that no one has ever touched on is WTF are americans so paranoid?? Seriously! Even when there are actually direct attacks on their nation (like 2 ever!) to provide enough fuel for their hatred they have to invent more stories to be paranoid about.
    There must be something in the water, either that or all their corn are belong to ergotism.

  12. Con-Tester Says:

    El Cid raises some interesting points that underscore why treating the “troofers” with anything besides ridicule is either a waste of effort or counterproductive – or both. Some things are just so ill-conceived from start to finish that even silence is an inapt response since one’s silence imbues the thing with an apparent air of legitimacy. So all that is left is to lampoon and pile on unrelenting mockery. Not because they don’t deserve any better on an individual level, but because of their shameful disregard for the rules of evidence and the aspersions this blind habit casts on those who perished and those who provided remedial effort in the immediate wake of 911.

    Bast: Just about all of the US’s war machine is pretty much useless for fighting an ephemeral ghost, i.e. OBL and Co. Considering how much is invested in the US military, this ineffectiveness must irk them something fierce, like having a huge lever but no fulcrum. Manufacturing a more tangible antagonist to focus their collective paranoia and xenophobia on is not, then, an unexpected reaction. IMHO, for the past century at least, the Yanks have consistently displayed a somewhat strange morality towards the remainder of this planet.

  13. There’s no loony like a 9-11 conspiracy theorist loony. I agree with you – no amount of facts will sway these nutjobs. Ridicule is the only sane response.

  14. residentRsole Says:

    the Yanks have consistently displayed a somewhat strange morality towards the remainder of this planet.

    Con-Tester: The muslims display an even stranger morality towards the rest of the world and so does the ANC and their buddies (e.g. Mandela criticising GWB while refusing to condemn the Chinese).
    I think that you’re being too harsh on the US, when you use phrases and words such as “Xenophobia” and “collective paranoia”. Consider that USA does allow just about anybody into their country. If they were xenophobic they would not do this. Also, remember that Americans will quite happily fly to exotic destinations where the culture is significantly different. Plus, they have that multicultural/diversity craze at the moment.
    Regarding “collective paranoia”, surely you would agree that USA has many enemies ? They have no need to be paranoid when countries like Middle eastern countries keep refering to them as the Great Satan while arming themselves with nasty weapons.

    On the other hand, Saudi Arabia refuses to allow infidels into their country except in certain places and they percecute those with different religious beliefs. How is that for xenophobia and collective paranoia ?

  15. Con-Tester Says:

    Perhaps so. But none of the other countries you mention persistently proclaims itself World Policeman/World Priest. It’s the uneven application of principles to which mere lip service is paid as soon as there’s even the slightest chance that US interests may not be “sufficiently” served. That, and the expectation of being taken seriously in the light of such hypocrisy.

    And getting into the US is a nightmare for any non-citizen. Just ask the Mexicans.

  16. residentRsole Says:

    But none of the other countries you mention persistently proclaims itself World Policeman/World Priest.

    I have never heard of the US proclaiming themselves to be the world policeman or world priest. I have heard them claim to defend freedom and spread democracy. The Russians declared that they were going to dominate the entire world. The Chinese Defense minister expressed the same sentiments last year – except he got fired two days later for those statements.

    People may not like the US, but they fear and respect them. And that suits them fine.

    It’s the uneven application of principles to which mere lip service is paid as soon as there’s even the slightest chance that US interests may not be “sufficiently” served

    I don’t have a problem with a country serving its own interests. That’s what countries do. It’s just that the superpowers like USA and China are very good at it.

    And getting into the US is a nightmare for any non-citizen. Just ask the Mexicans.

    I hear that the Mexicans are having a pretty easy time getting in the US, now that both the Mexican and US government go out of their way to make it easier for them. The Mexican government even distributes pamphlets for hopefull border crossers, teaching how to do it safely and effectively. And once they get there, they can even vote in the US elections, despite not being citizens. Combine that with free social benefits (at the expense of the US taxpayer) and I’d say that it is certainly not a nightmare for the Mexicans.

    Getting in the US should be a nightmare. Gaining access to their territory is a privilege, not a right.

    The real hypocrisy, in my view, is that people who enjoy bashing the US, still want to go there. America is one of the best countries in the world to live in. Just ask the Mexicans🙂

  17. Con-Tester Says:

    Sure, the US has many things to recommend it. Where have I claimed otherwise? Bast posed the question why the US seems so paranoid. I gave an answer of sorts. Did you perhaps not notice the little “IMHO” I preceded my statement re morality with? Spindoctoring is something else the US is an indisputable master at. Of course you’re entirely within your rights to disagree and continue excusing and/or justifying the US’s foreign policy, but you’ll have to do a lot better than argument from ignorance, supposition, loose conjecture, opinion and hearsay if you wish to convince me that the US is being unjustly maligned in this matter.

  18. residentRsole Says:

    Con-Tester, I think that you should stop singling out the US. Just about every government in the world is a master at spin-doctoring. I do not excuse or justify US foreign policy. I don’t have to. The US government has the power and the determination to do pretty much what ever it wants to. It doesn’t have to explain nor apologise to outsiders and prefers to be respected, rather than to be understood. I’d feel safer living under such a government. I get annoyed with people who single the Western powers for bashing while ignoring what the non-aligned countries do. I get fed up with countries that malign the US while clamouring for their aid and other freebies. To me, many people are just envious and jealous of the US’s success and prosperity.

    I did not argue from ignorance and did not resort to supposition, loose conjecture, or hearsay. Where did I do these things ? If I had, you would have gleefully refuted my points – which you did not. To me, you just threw in these accusations blindly. Please don’t do what some people do and tell me that you didn’t have the time to do so, etc.

    You expressed your humble opinion and I decided to counter it. Do you have a problem with that ?

  19. Con-Tester Says:

    And I think you should stop defending it at all costs. Jealousy and envy are not any kind of argument and even less relevant, unless you profess to know my thoughts better than I do. The only salient questions under dispute are (a) whether the US has set itself up as the world’s guide and moral compass, and (b) whether it has behaved in accordance with this self-appointed task. In answer to (a): “If we have to use force, it is because we are America. We are the indispensable nation. We stand tall. We see further into the future.” – Madeleine Albright. In answer to (b): Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Cuba, Grenada, Haiti, El Salvador, East Timor, Guatemala, Somalia, Yugoslavia, …

    Moreover, that there are other rotten apples in the barrel doesn’t warrant ignoring the one most prominent by its own declaration.

    The US government has the power and the determination to do pretty much what ever it wants to. Yes, indeed. And this doesn’t alarm you?

    It doesn’t have to explain nor apologise to outsiders and prefers to be respected, rather than to be understood. Are you empowered to speak on behalf of the US government? If so, how?

    I did not argue from ignorance and did not resort to supposition, loose conjecture, or hearsay. Where did I do these things ? Really? I suggest you carefully review your previous post and peruse the link I provided, especially the Foreign Policy section. Amidst some really OTT commentary, there’s also plenty of thought-provoking refutation there, which is why I gave it.

    You expressed your humble opinion and I decided to counter it. Do you have a problem with that ? No, only with misplaced apologetics.

  20. residentRsole Says:

    Con-Tester,
    And I think you should stop defending it at all costs.
    You are being dramatic when you use the phrase “defending it at all costs”.
    Jealousy and envy are not any kind of argument and even less relevant, unless you profess to know my thoughts better than I do.
    I did not say that you were jealous of the US, I said that there were many people jealous of the US. Perhaps I should have left that confusing sentence out.

    It appears that the Muslim world has decided that they want to be a “moral compass” themselves by trying convert people by terrorism and insisting the US do so ASAP or else. The Russians and the Chinese also have their own plans for the world.

    Moreover, that there are other rotten apples in the barrel doesn’t warrant ignoring the one most prominent by its own declaration.
    And they are not the only ones making similar declarations. Again, I repeat, stop singling out the US. Remember, there is also Russia and China.

    And this doesn’t alarm you?
    It does not alarm me that they are very powerful. What alarms me is that they don’t crush their enemies properly once and for all.

    Are you empowered to speak on behalf of the US government? If so, how? What difference does this make to my arguments ? I am pro-Western in a world that is becoming increasingly anti-Western and very dangerous. I will defend it in my own small way.

    I missed the Foreign Policy link earler but I read it now. I don’t see how that refutes what I said. I agree with what the US approach or most of it. If I led the US, I would be much harsher against her enemies. Again, please explicitly point out my loose conjectures, arguments from ignorance, etc. Besides, other countries have done similar or worse things.

    It seems that my view is a very unpopular one or, in your view, “misplaced”. I don’t share your morals so our views will be very different. I often have these kinds of arguments with very intelligent people like you. They all argue the same way you do . In the end they simply start insulting me when it is clear that I simply do not see the world in the same way that they do. I never insult them back, though. Do you still wish to debate ?

  21. I think residentRsole does have a point that America is singled out as an aggressive and unlikeable western power. US-bashing seems to have become something of a global pass time. This is the price of celebrity. America has every right to be the international equivilant of a loud self rightous self serving asshole. And the rest of the world has the right to say nasty things behind their backs.

    Truth has no place in politics. It never did.

    It`s always going to be hard defending one of the biggest guys on the block with a reputation for being a bully and I for one respect residentRsole`s moxie.

    Now…has anyone noticed what happens when you drop the “t” from Houstein?

  22. Con-Tester Says:

    Dramatic? You keep insisting that my perception is wrong, wrong, wrong by pointing out the manifold failings and atrocities of others. Clearly, the speciousness of that tactic escapes you.

    At the same time, you simply ignore or dismiss the evidence I offer that challenges the US’s supposed moral rectitude in its dealings elsewhere on the globe. You may deem it palatable to cultivate enemies where none exist for the purposes of ensuring a favourable outcome for yourself, and then to justify such machinations to the rest of the world as “defend[ing] freedom and spread[ing] democracy”. Except, there are too many counterexamples militating directly against such a claim.

    The US’s founding fathers, in particular Thomas Jefferson (a personal hero), understood human nature almost as well as they understood that of governments. Here are a few takes that you may wish to consider.

    As for some other affronts to reasoning:
    I have never heard of the US proclaiming themselves … Looks like argument from ignorance.

    People may not like the US, but they fear and respect them. And that suits them fine. and … people who enjoy bashing the US, still want to go there. Walks like supposition and loose conjecture.

    I hear that … Sounds like hearsay.

    I’d say that it is certainly not a nightmare … Smells like opinion.

    Regarding the “ease” of Mexican immigration into the US, you might want to have a look at this and this.

    It is equally clear – to me, at least – that we’ve reached an impasse. I have no desire to condemn the US in toto, a point you apparently choose to ignore. Nonetheless, I’m outraged at the US’s scheming intrigues. You’re outraged at my daring to impugn the US’s moral sanctity. But you win: your outrage is more outrageous than mine, and a straight flush of outrage trumps a fullhouse of facts every time.

  23. residentRsole Says:

    babyacid, I love your neutral comments especially the wording of sentence “America has every right to be the international equivilant of a loud self rightous self serving asshole”.
    I am not being sarcastic. I really did like it and it made me laugh.

  24. If Humor is served, then my work is done.

    Also…

    Godwin’s Law – As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one.

    …perish the thought.

  25. and now for the voice of reason: none of this has directly affected you, let me know if i am wrong. it hasn’t affected me, therefore i am incapable of caring. and you lot seem to be in love with the sound of your own voices (sight of your own text, doesn’t have quite the same ring). you all suck :}~

  26. as much as i’m not a fan of the us or its policies, i gotta admit that What alarms me is that they don’t crush their enemies properly once and for all. does appeal to me – it’s just in the hope that i’m never lined up as an enemy.

    oh, yes – and the fact that the radical muslims are gaining on us (the rest of the world that likes to believe in freedom of choice), maybe we should relax on the us and mexico and everyone else and focus on the problem nations.

    like switzerland and belgium. and france. or pretty soon it’s going to be “well, what have the iranians ever done for us?”

  27. Con-Tester Says:

    … none of this has directly affected you, let me know if i am wrong. it hasn’t affected me, …” At last! Real proof of extraterrestrial life! As for sucking, just like a Hoova.

    … i gotta admit that … does appeal to me …” A veritable cornerstone of sustainable communal living.

    … it’s just in the hope that i’m never lined up as an enemy.” Like most everyone else, then.

  28. Fucking swiss. Hate the swiss. Murder the swiss. Crush their bodies and grind their bones.

    Evil, evil people.

    That’s said, isn’t Osama bin Ladin’s bunches whole “anti-america” based on the fact that there are Americans on “holy soil” aka US bases on Saudi Arabian soil?

    Hmmmm…..

    Anyway, the US as a single global power is not a good thing. The rise of fundamentalist theocratic “governments” in the Muslim world is also a major problem.

    But the US solution was utterly crazy.

    They wanted to enact a Domino effect (ala cascading communist countries from the Vietnam era). So what do they do? The pick out the one determinedly secular arab country, and go for regime change, leaving a fundamentalist government in charge.

    Brilliant Jeeves.

    For our next trick, we’re going to make this little girl disappear by cutting her into little chunkings and eating her raw.

  29. I said “chunkings”. Oi vey.

  30. i am not an alien, i em merely apathetic and full of shit. that was really my lame attempt at a troll, in a flame war that has ceased to amuse me

  31. Pianomanzero Says:

    I knew I shoulda bought shares in Reynolds Wrap all those years ago….damn.

  32. hey shane , get back on your medication you drone …. your loving brother is watching you

  33. Shane Houstein Says:

    omg…. I affected you that much, that you wrote a whole blog about me. Wow… what a waste of time. You seem to care a lot more than I do.

    dude, do you realise that in the tape released on dec 13 the Osama who appears on that tape writes with his RIGHT hand… but Osama is left handed. Therefore the tape is bullshit. it is a lie. and it has you fooled.

  34. my sister is left handed, and writes with her right hand. I had better phone her to double check that she hasn’t just popped out of existance as a result of your flawless reasoning.

  35. omfg! the world is about to be taken over by ambidextrous people!!!one!!1

  36. Oh, and in an uncanny twist of fate.. Shane IS a computer programmer, just as Mooflake queried in the opening partition of this blog.. too funny!

  37. Hehe, maybe i’m psychic.

    re the myspace blog: wow, and now he’s a moon hoaxer too? Holy crap, is there no end to the sheer rubbish this guy will support?

    I am so sad that his post starts with him berating a conspiracy nut, and ends with him being one himself. So, so sad. He should have stuck with his first instincts. Moon hoaxers, like 911 twoofers, are fed a load of selective balony, and believe it because it makes them feel like the bearers of a special truth, like Knights Templar for the new millenium. To acknowledge that they have believed a lie is to admit that they’ve been the village idiot all along, rather than the noble defenders of truth they thought they were.

  38. If the former primeminister of Canada can question the official story, then I think it’s fair game. Are you goingt to call him a cukoo too?

    btw… being called a cuckoo by a gutless wonder who hides behind the name “moonflake” really doesn’t mean much to me.

    It makes me sad that you discredit information found on the internet as being unreliable, and yet somehow think that your blog should matter. That is hypercritical. I don’t support every conpiracy theory I have ever found… just the ones that seem crdible to me.

    I also don’t have the same anger that I once had. You are entitled to your opinion, as I am mine.

    But if you’re not willing to put your REAL NAME to your opinion then youre just another annonymous ass spouting hot air!

  39. Shane Houstein Says:

    b.t.w thanks for making me so famous! This blog has directing a lot of feedback to me (both positive and negative) and I think it’s important to note that some people who have read this page actually agree with me.

    the former primeminister of Canada is skeptical of the official story.

    see this page:

    http://www.halifax911truth.blogspot.com/

  40. Shane Houstein Says:

    Osama is not ambidextrous. If you’ve got to make shit up in order to support the official story, then you’re being a tad desperate!

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