Hollywood film-maker Spike Lee said he believes in 9/11 conspiracy theories, including the claim that one building in the World Trade Centre was brought down by controlled demolition and not a terror attack.
In a recent interview with the New York Times, Spike Lee discussed his new eight-hour documentary series ‘New York Epicentres: 9/11 – 2021 1/2.’
The four-part instalment, which first premiered on HBO on Sunday, centred primarily on New Yorkers and their responses to the 9/11 terror attacks and the COVID pandemic.
It includes interviews with New York politicians like Senator Chuck Schumer and Mayor Bill de Blasio, along with various health care workers, firefighters and activists.
He said the New York Police Department refused to be interviewed in his documentary due to his views on police, and the last episode also includes several members of the conspiracy group Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, a group that suggested the United States government was involved with the destruction of the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001.
When Times reporter Reggie Ugwu asked Spike Lee about the group’s inclusion in the documentary series, Lee responded that he has questions and that he hoped that perhaps the legacy of this documentary is that Congress holds a hearing, a congressional hearing, about 9/11.
Reggie Ugwu then asked Lee if he believes the official explanations for the World Trade Centre collapse on September 11, to which Lee maintained that the amount of heat that it takes to make steel melt, that temperature isn’t reached, and then the juxtaposition of the way Building 7 fell to the ground when you put it next to other building collapses that were demolitions, it’s like you’re looking at the same thing.
He said that people are going to make up their own minds, but that his approach was to put the information in the movie and let people choose for themselves, and that he respected the intelligence of the audience.
The original WTC 7 was a 42 story building erected in 1987, which was recorded plunging to the ground after the Twin Towers fell.
Some angles showed the seemingly undamaged tower collapse onto its own footprint sparked, which controlled demolition claims, but footage from the other side of the building shows a tremendous gash caused by falling rubble.
And of course, we did see planes hit the towers, they weren’t invisible, or a figment of our imagination, but of course, building 7 was the biggest clue, that came down like a pack of cards, and nothing crashed into that building.
But going back to the invisible and the figment of our imagination, well, I kid you not, there’s a 3-D Holographic Display, Touchable Holograms, Ultra-Sonic sound, but is Blue Beam really possible?
It’s not just about software, it’s not just about technology. It’s about people and making information accessible to everyone, everywhere.
Everyone is excited about technology, but Blue Beam is a holographic reality. A holographic manipulation of light from various sources to create a highly realistic, three-dimensional image of a person or object that’s not actually present.
But for years now, conspiracy theorists have considered the possibility of the powers that be, launching some kind of light show in the sky, using extremely advanced holographic projections, to deceive the masses.
The 3D hologram is a realistic image that can be viewed over a broad field of view, and now some conspiracy theorists are saying that 9/11 was all a fake, that there were no planes and that it was all a hologram, and honestly folks, you really couldn’t tell the difference, and that the reason for it was to generate fear and get support for a few illegal wars.
The reports also read that the men piloting these planes had only a few lessons, and I would think it would be difficult to navigate an aircraft directly into two buildings with accuracy after a couple of lessons unless of course, they were just incredibly lucky.
Of course, people never really expect their government to lie to them but they do it all the time, particularly when it comes to people’s freedoms, and the official narrative has never satisfied a lot of people’s suspicions of what really happened that day.
People will never forget what transpired on that day.
People saw it, but perhaps they didn’t and holograms and controlled demolition caused it, on the other hand, will we ever get to the bottom of it?
It would be damn disrespectful to the people who died if we did forget about it, but then perhaps that’s what the government are banking on, and theories used to make me chuckle at one point, but after what governments and its agencies do, it now makes you question things because anything in this day and age of technology is possible.
And if you think that it’s impossible that the American government would stage something like 9/11, then just look at Operation Northwoods.
Operation Northwoods was a proposed false flag operation against American citizens that started within the US Department of Defence (DoD) and the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) of the United States government in 1962.
The proposals called for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or other US government operatives to both stage and commit acts of terrorism against American military and civilian targets, blaming them on the Cuban government, and using it to justify a war against Cuba.
The possibilities mentioned in the document included the possible assassination of Cuban immigrants, sinking boats of Cuban refugees on the high sea, hijacking planes to be shot down or given the appearance of being shot down, blowing up a US ship, and orchestrating violent terrorism in US municipalities.
But the sheep probably won’t believe that either. They’ll just say it’s another conspiracy theory.
The fact is, there are too many unanswered questions still out there, and psychologically it’s far too stressful to acknowledge that perhaps the government and leaders might have brought down those towers, assassinated JFK and planned the whole COVID debacle, although there is some compelling evidence every direction that we turn – finally, it’s too dark to face, and sometimes ignorance is bliss.