and American Exeptionalism
By Servando Gonzalez
September 11th, 2021
In the case of the 9/11 events, the evidence shows
that, first, never before or after 9/11/2001, has a skyscraper
with a steel structure collapsed due to a fire. Secondly, never
before or after 9/11/2001, a skyscraper has collapsed on its own
footprint except as the result of controlled demolition. This
is why companies who do controlled demolition are paid large amounts
of money to do their job.
If buildings, particularly buildings with a steel structure, could
usually fall on their own footprint when demolished, these companies
would be superfluous — but they are not. But CFR agents
in the U.S. Government want us to believe that, exceptionally,
on September 11 2001, not one, or two, but three skyscrapers with
steel structure collapsed on their own footprint as the result
of fires. Therefore, extrapolating from other verifiable information,
any serious intelligence analyst would conclude that the accuracy
of the information itself provided by the CFR agents in the U.S.
Government could be fairly qualified as improbable.
Consequently, an intelligence appraisal of the 9/11 events will
produce something like this: source not usually reliable, accuracy
of the information improbable. For the same reasons, based on
the evaluation of the information about the 9/11 events provided
by the CFR agents in the U.S. Government, any intelligence service
in the world can easily decode it as a sloppy, disingenuous attempt
to pass disinformation disguised as true intelligence.
The fact that the 9/11 events served as a God-given pretext to
carry out policies decided way in advance is a true index that
perhaps it actually was not a God-given but a CFR-given one. As
some conspirators’ agents have shamelessly declared, never
let a good crisis go to waste —particularly an artificially-created
Moreover, in the case of the 9/11 events, the evidence shows that
never before, nor 20 years after 9/11/2001, a skyscraper with
a steel-framed structure has collapsed due to a fire, however
July 28, 1945: A B-25 bomber crashed against the Empire State
Building in Manhattan, destroying most of the 79th floor. Flames
consumed most of three floors down to the 75th. But the building,
the tallest New York skyscraper at the time, did not collapse.
August 5, 1970: 1 New York Plaza, a 50-story office tower, suffered
a severe fire and explosion. But it didn’t collapse.
May 4, 1988: The First Interstate Bank Building is a 62-story
skyscraper in Los Angeles that suffered the worst high-rise fire
in the city’s history. But the building didn’t collapse.
February 23, 1991: One Meridian Plaza, a 38-floor skyscraper in
Philadelphia, suffered a severe fire. Philadelphia officials later
described it as “the most significant fire in this century.”
But the building did not collapse.
October 17, 2004: The tallest skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela
experienced a severe fire. The building did not collapse.
February 12, 2005: A violent fire started in the Windsor building
in Madrid, Spain, a 32-story tower. At its peak, the fire, which
burned for almost a day, completely engulfed the upper ten stories
of the building. During the night the building shredded large
pieces, which crashed to the ground, but the building did not
February 9, 2009: a fire destroyed the nearly completed structure
of the Beijing Mandarin Oriental Hotel. But, despite the fact
that the fire extended across all of the floors for a period of
time and burned out of control for hours, no large portion of
the 520-foot-tall building collapsed.
November, 2010: An apartment building in Shanghai caught fire
and 53 people died. It burned for more than four hours. The building
did not collapse.
April 2, 2112: A violent fire engulfed the still under construction
Russian Federation tower, the tallest- to-be building in Moscow.
After many hours, the firefighters extinguished it. The building
did not collapse.
April 3, 2013: A 40-story skyscraper in Grozny, Chechnya caught
fire. Flames engulfed the building for many hours, but it didn’t
February 20, 2015: A fire ripped through the 86-floor Torch tower
in Dubai — one of the tallest residential buildings in the
world. The building did not collapse.
July 30, 2017: The Grenfell Tower, a 47-floor skyscraper in London
caught fire. The fire burned for 12 hours, about four times longer
than the WTC towers and was totally destroyed, but the building
Also, on September 11, 2001, United Airlines Flight 93, one of
the allegedly highjacked planes, crashed into an open field in
Somerset County, Pennsylvania, killing all passengers and crew
members. According to the official information, the crash was
so violent that everything was pulverized into a thin dust. Not
a single part of the plane was found. Even the plane’s engines,
which had some titanium parts, were not found. This is something
exceptionally unique in the history of aviation.
Moreover, it tells much about who really is in power in America,
the fact that, adding insult to outrage, the conspirators ordered
their puppet George W. Bush to appoint Henry Kissinger as head
of the commission to investigate the 9/11 events. On the other
hand, however, perhaps Kissinger was the right choice for the
job. The whitewash to cover one of the greatest criminal actions
committed by the CFR conspirators against the American people
undoubtedly required the help of one of the conspirators’
greatest criminal minds.
All the initial information the American people received about
the 9/11 events came from a single source: the American government.
With the single exception of Congresswoman Cynthia MacKinney,
who since the very beginning questioned the U.S. Government’s
version of the events, nobody in the two branches of the Repucratic
Party questioned it. The American mainstream media as a whole
accepted the Government’s version of the events and became
an obedient mouthpiece parroting it over and over ad nauseam.
Actually, the only dissenting source of information about 9/11
has been the Internet and books published by minor independent
Most patriotic Americans believe in America’s exceptionalism,
which I think is a great thing. For many years, the freedom Americans
enjoyed was something truly exceptional. Nevertheless, I don’t
think that the exceptional 9/11 events are something to be proud