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9/11: Day That Changed the World (2011)

Learn first-hand how our nation's key decision makers responded in the face of chaos and catastrophe on 9/11.

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Dick Cheney
Richard Clarke
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Deb Loewer

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Learn first-hand how our nation's key decision makers responded in the face of chaos and catastrophe on 9/11.

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The Official Propaganda Film about 9/11
13 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This excellently produced documentary is a powerful example of how the government's influence upon those who innocently and sincerely try to enlighten a population still ignorant about the truth of what happened.

The details presented are the best propaganda that supports the government's own conspiracy theory which is known as "the official story".

This is the most despicable use of media where our government uses undue influence to inspires from the innocent their best efforts to a good job, and to do the right thing.

We now know there has not been a single shred of evidence to support the government's version of what happened.

Today, empirical evidence proves it was our own government that engineered and carried out the horror of 9/11.

The footage used and some of the interview are informative and even enlightening once you realize how the lies must be maintained at all cost.


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