Jetzt KenFM unterstützen: https://www.patreon.com/KenFMde | Most of us know by now that there were three towers that collapsed on September 11th 2001. Three towers, two planes. What sounds strange to any primary pupil, is still referred to as "the official version" which equals "the truth", at least in the eyes of our governments and their mouthpiece - the mass media. Anyone questioning this kind of truth, sees himself bombarded with accusations of being a conspiracy theorist, who has watched too many dubious YouTube videos from crazy people that have lost their mind.
Well, one thing is for sure: The guy you will see in this video clearly hasn’t lost his mind, although he would have had every reason for it. His name is Richard Gage and he is an architect from San Francisco, California. With all the experience that he has gathered along his career path, he came to the conclusion that the official story, which we are being told, simply must be wrong. Soon after realizing this, he saw that he wasn’t the only one in his field thinking this way and founded the organization "Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth". Over the years, more than 3.000 professionals joined the organization, which is calling for new investigations in the case of 9/11.
In November 2018, 17 years after the attacks, Gage gave a speech in Basel, Switzerland. In it, he tackled the question whether the collapses of the three World Trade Center towers show any features of a controlled demolition. KenFM has filmed the presentation and with it not only Gage’s answer to this question, but also those of thousands of trained experts from all around the globe.
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