The 9/11 Consensus Points


Factual Evidence Contradicts the 9/11 Story

 

The official account of the events of September 11, 2001, has been used:

  • to justify the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, which have resulted in the deaths of over a million people; [1]
  • to authorize torture, military tribunals, and extraordinary rendition; and
  • to suspend freedoms guaranteed by the American Constitution such as habeas corpus in the USA, and similar freedoms in Canada, the UK, and other countries.

The official claims regarding 9/11 are contradicted by facts that have been validated by a scientific consensus process, and which include the following points of “best evidence”.

The 44 Consensus Points are divided into the ten categories below, which in turn link to the individual 44 points:

A. General Consensus Points

B. Consensus Points about the Twin Towers

C. Consensus Points about the Collapse of World Trade Center 7

D. Consensus Points about the Pentagon

E. Consensus Points about the 9/11 Flights 2 new Points Sept. 2014

F. Consensus Points about US Military Exercises On and Before 9/11

G. Consensus Points about the Political and Military Commands on 9/11 2 new Points Sept. 2014

H. Consensus Points about Hijackers on 9/11

I. Consensus Points about the Phone Calls on 9/11

V. Consensus Points about Official Video Exhibits Regarding 9/11

 



A. General Consensus Points



B. Consensus Points about the Twin Towers



C. Consensus Points about the Collapse of World Trade Center 7



D. Consensus Points about the Pentagon



E. Consensus Points about the 9/11 Flights



F. Consensus Points about US Military Exercises On and Before 9/11



G. Consensus Points about the Political and Military Commands on 9/11

Point MC-Intro: Overview of Contradicted Claims about Key Military and Political Leaders

Point MC-1: Why Was President Bush Not Hustled Away from the Florida School?

Point MC-2: The White House Claim as to How Long President Bush Remained in the Florida Classroom

Point MC-3: The Claim about the Time of Dick Cheney’s Entry into the White House Bunker

Point MC-4: When Did Cheney Authorize the Shoot-down of Civilian Planes?

Point MC-5: Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld’s Behavior between 9:00 and 10:00 AM

Point MC-6: T he Activities of General Richard Myers during the 9/11 Attacks

Point MC-7: The Time of General Shelton’s Return to his Command

Point MC-8: The Activities of Brigadier General Montague Winfield between 8:30 and 10:30 AM

Point MC-9: The Activities of General Ralph Eberhart during the 9/11 Attacks New, Sept. 2014

Point MC-10: The Activities of NYC Mayor Giuliani on September 11, 2001 New, Sept. 2014



H. Consensus Points about Hijackers on 9/11



I. Consensus Points about the Phone Calls on 9/11



V. Consensus Points about Official Video Exhibits Regarding 9/11

 

Sources: 1. G. Burnham, R. Lafta, S. Doocy, and L. Roberts, “Mortality after the 2003 invasion of Iraq: A cross-sectional cluster sample survey,” Lancet, October 11, 2006: 21;368 (9545):1421-28. 2. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore. This epidemiological study estimated 654,965 excess deaths in Iraq related to the war, or 2.5% of the population, through the end of June 2006. 3. Catherine Lutz, “September 11 and the Cost of War,” Brown University, September 10, 2012. 4. Dr. Gideon Polya, author of Body Count: Global Avoidable Mortality Since 1950, estimated by January 2010 that more than four million Afghanis died (from both violent and non-violent causes) since the 2001 invasion, who would not have died without the invasion. See: “January 2010 – 4.5 Million Dead in Afghan Holocaust, Afghan Genocide.” 5. Dr. Gideon Polya, “Iraqi Holocaust: 2.3 Million Iraqi Excess Deaths,” March 21, 2009.

 

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