The WTC video is almost certainly fake, but it does remind me of this bizarre event at the World Trade Center in March of 2000. A group of “artists” (guess who?) had been given a few floors – for free – at the top of the Towers and brought in boxes and boxes of “art supples.”
They took out one of the windows in the WTC and built a “balcony” where they filmed themselves hanging off of. The NYT article about the event was displayed as an “installation art piece” in the Met in 2004.
Frankly, this is why I have a hard time taking the so-called “mainstream” White Nationalists seriously. Greg Johnson and Gregory Hood really expect us to believe that all three towers – World Trade Center 1, 2, and 7 – were knocked over by airplanes. Well, Tower 7 apparently just collapsed on itself in sympathy with its big brothers.
I have a really hard time believing either one of them are actually ignorant of 9th grade physics, so the reality is, they are simply lying.
So how are we supposed to take their analysis of the international situation seriously? They pretend to have some almost religious belief in the “official story” and expect us to accept that Muslims are magical and can defy the basic laws of Newtonian physics.
If you can’t trust the “White Nationalists” to get the Opening Event of the 21st Century correct, how can you trust them to give a serious, well reasoned analysis of the Muslim problem in Europe?
You know, I hate to say that many of these “White Nationalists” are essentially a false opposition, but, you know, it is what it is.
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