As usual with these Spartacus threads, a bit of cleaning up needs to be done.
I don't have any "hurt feelings," over this.
I view it coldly and dispassionately.
Friends of mine were murdered. That pales in comparison to the real result of this event. I don't carry any personal feelings regarding it, and the claim is false. Actually stupid, stupid and false.
I do, however, know a lot of the people involved, and I will never sit idly by while some Canadian nut attempts to recreate it.
The proof is overwhelming, and in spite of consistent attempts to prove that the commonly accepted explanation is not correct, there has never been a single bit of credible evidence to suggest otherwise.
Some, way smarter that this guy on this football website have tried, but reality is a tough thing to change/recreate.
He wouldn't last one tenth of a second among those who were involved.
The Spartacus/Shiva character is way, way down the food chain on this. He has never come close to a reasonable challenge. He is not to be taken seriously until he presents something serious, and he never will.
Evidently, he has some kind of a following here, or at least believes he has.
I have always viewed him as no more than a self obsessed clown.
Regardless, that has nothing to do with my view. I have posted on this subject for eleven years, always in response.
Facts, not foolishness. Nobody has ever challenged any of those posts, nor would they, because the facts are clear, and the evidence is overwhelming.
By the way. A claim has been made that I supported a policy that resulted in the death of "hundreds of thousands."
Here is the quote:
"Since then, he has supported policies resulting from 9/11 that have resulted in the untimely deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent people."
An interesting lie, but a lie nonetheless.
Why not answer the question instead of wasting our time with pompous bluster?
How can you ASSURE us your friends are dead?
After all, if a conspiracy of some kind is involved, the possiblity of lying about the DNA results cannot be ignored. But, if you can tell us why the evidence is unimpeachable, you can put the whole issue to bed right now.
I'm betting that you can't and all you've got are accusations of my dastardly poopyheadedness.
Prove me wrong.
boisterous hubris, arrogance, self deception, conspiracy, mud slinging mixed with a heavy dose of self righteousness.
I would have to be a forensic pathologist present at a number of studies to meet your idiotic burden of proof.
I know that family members were asked to submit DNA samples, unless they were lying at the two memorial services that I attended. I didn't talk to them directly, but I was told by people who did.
That aside, this nonsense has gone way too far.
I believe you are a fool, and I believe there isn't a single person who doesn't see that.
You have survived here with some kind of immunity for eleven years because you post crap like you have in this thread.
No evidence. No credibility. Nothing.
What you are doing, in an oblique fashion, is accusing people that I would know of murder and treason, because, though it has never been mentioned, your conspiracy bs would have to involve them.
In a court of law, such a claim could be prosecuted. You don't have to worry that because you do this slimy little thing in anonymity.
Works for you, but there are people who care.
It's your modus operandi and I've seen it too many times.
Someone talks technical and rather than try to keep up, you attack their character, grammar, or somewhere else where you see an unrelated flaw.
The other person realizes that you can't actually talk technical with anyone and that you'd prefer to play mind games rather than debate the actual topic at hand.
They get bored and leave and then you call them a coward and declare yourself the winner.
However, this does not mean that the samples collected at the site contained the matching DNA. We, and you, only have the word of the testers, ie the investigators, ie. the authorities that they do. There is no way of verifying their evidence, their methods or their results.
Unless you have some other source of knowledge about your friends' ultimate fates.
Gailey's history. He just doesn't know it yet.
Not because of me, but because of themselves. They refuse to admit they make objectivity subservient to their subjectivity, which then requires cheating, ie. sophistry and illogic, to support.
Reason beats them, not me.
If I did, you could take it one step further and challenge me on the DNA double helix.
It never ends.
At some point in this senseless endeavor, I think it would be reasonable for folks to ask you to come up with something.
You never have, because you don't have a single thing to support whatever your claim is.
You are a fool presenting a fool's argument, actually no argument at all.
In your assessment, all you've used is motive. You think some people are capable of doing it, therefore all of them DID do it without a reasonable doubt.
That's it. You're completely ignoring crucial evidence and just saying that you don't NEED to know HOW it was done to prove it was an inside job.
So you have no proof that the official story is inaccurate and you have no concrete evidence that it could've been done any other way (nor do you feel you bear any responsibility to have to prove it).
Ok, makes sense to me. Americans are racist and stupid so it must've been an inside job.
You've said yourself that you've done thousands of hours of research on the subject and you STILL don't feel like you have to prove an alternative scenario.
What does that tell you?