Where are they now?

It’s funny, with the publicity surrounding Osama’s most recent tape, and the release of his “anniversary” tape of 9/11 with another of the hijackers jihad testimonial – the tapes these types of murderers make just before they dommit their crimes – I seem to not hear the ludicrous conspiracy theories any more.

I can just hear it now. “He’s only taking credit because it serves his purpose”.

Of course, his engineering background and his scientific description of knowing exactly how and why the towers would fall and where to hit them with the planes in the first anniversary tape is never discussed.

Nor is the fact that Al Qaeda has released all of the hijackers testimonial tapes now.

Tough to argue against 18 people confessing.

But, I am sure they’re still out there claiming it was a US government and/or a Jewish conspiracy.

After all 99% of the Arab world can’t be wrong, can they?

Funny how the Arab world can be polled and on the one hand, give full credit to Bin Laden as a “hero” for knocking down the towers, but then also reveal that it was really the Jews who did it as part of the world zionist conspiracy (that’s what over 90% of the Arab world believes).

I am always fascinated by the desperate need of so many to believe in conspiracies.

Funny, but with the release of the “OJ” confessional this week it sort of brings home the point that many times in life, things are EXACTLY as they seem.

As the old saying goes, “if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, you can bet it’s a duck”.

He was acquitted because of the ludicrous need for some to believe in conspiracies wherever they looked. (In this case, supposedly racist police framing a black man).

There was a conspiracy in the 9/11 tragedies. Between the hijackers, Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the Frankfurt cell, and the rest of the Al Qaeda hierarchy. That’s it.

And it is an offense of epic proportions to the people that claim otherwise that they commit to families of the victims.

Imagine the children who lost parents who have to listen to people trivializing the epic loss they have suffered, not to mention the rest of their families.

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