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Text Preview Trust-reliance is the integrity, strength, ability, and surety of a person, group, or thing. Every day, millions of U.S. citizens trust their government to make decisions that will keep them safe and secure and give them a sense of wellbeing. Betray-- to be unfaithful in guarding, maintaining, or fulfilling. To fail or desert especially in the time of need (“Betray”). On September 11th, 2001, the United States government betrayed its citizens by taking part and allowing one of the worst attacks in history to occur on United States soil.

On September 11th, 2001, a series of coordinated suicide attacks by al-Qaeda on the United States occurred. On that morning, 19 al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial U.S. passenger jet airliners. The hijackers intentionally crashed two of the airliners into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, one into the pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, and the fourth crashed into a field in rural Pennsylvania after passengers fought back against the terrorists to try and regain control of the plane. This is the story the government wanted its people to believe. However, the truths about the attacks on 9/11 are much more frightening.

First, at 8:46 a.m., American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the World Trade Center’s North Tower in New York City, between floors 93 and 99 going 466 mph. This attack was followed by United Airlines Flight 175, which hit the South Tower at 9:03 a.m. between floors 77 and 85 going 590 mph. Firefighters were dispersed immediately and went inside to try and control the fires. Now why would these firefighters risk their lives and climb up numerous flights of stairs to try and control the fires? Because they knew that these steel buildings were strong and sturdy (Palisner). Never in history has a steel-framed skyscrapers collapsed from fire, since they are built from steel that does not melt below 2750 degrees Fahrenheit. The official story by the 9/11 Commission Report stated that fire weakened the towers which causes them to collapse. Jet fuel burned so hot that it melted the steel columns supporting the towers. Jet fuel, which is just refined kerosene, will burn no hotter than 1500 degrees Fahrenheit (One Nation America Remembers September 11, 2001).

Next, the towers collapsed. If the jet fuel did weaken the structure of the towers then one would expect pieces of steel to fall off the structure as it got weaker and slowly burn to the ground. According to the Commission Report, the buildings “pancaked”, meaning one floor collapsed and then fell on top of the next floor. This would cause a chain reaction of all the floors collapsing on one another. The bottom floors would cause resistance on the top floors, therefore, slowing the descent of the collapse. The two towers collapsed at a near free fall speed. There is a new method that has been able to consistently get skyscrapers to fall as fast as the buildings of the World Trade Center. In this method, each floor of the building is destroyed as just the moment the floor above is about to strike it. Thus, the floors fall simultaneously and in virtual free-fall. This method, when precisely used, has indeed given near-free-fall speed to demolitions of buildings all over the world in the past few decades. This method would accurately describe how buildings were able to fall at a speed of nearly ten floors per second. This method is called a controlled demolition.

The building that is most often forgotten about is World Trade Center seven, which is a 47-story building one block over from World Trade Center one and two, and the farthest away from the World Trade Center complex. At 5:21 p.m., over eight hours after the attacks took place it mysteriously exploded and fell to the ground in 6.5 seconds. The explanation is a controlled demolition. In order for a controlled demolition to occur, the support columns are cut at a diagonal angle. Pictures show 47 support columns in World Trade Center one... Show More

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