This Report, while worth reading should not be considered in isolation as the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, as some people would like us to.
There is a large and growing body of evidence supported by an even larger and faster growing group of ordinary and extra-ordinary Americans that points with crystal clarity towards a radically different view of the attacks of 9/11, who caused them and why. Dissecting the official report, and the government's own version of events, leads to more questions than answers, and uncovers a considerable catalogue of half truths, ommissions and even blatant outright fiction.
Readers of the Commission's official Report who consider themselves to be of fair and balanced minds will naturally want to make themselves aware of 'the other side of the story'. It is not unpatriotic to consider these things carefully. It is patriotic. I am not talking about anything pro-Islamist, or anti-Bush. Far from it.
Merely that Americans should consider the questions raised by the fact that the official version of events, and the official report, are radically different in many different places to the actual recorded history of 9/11 and the events that day.
Readers should at least make themselves aware of the eminant and respected theologian David Ray Griffin's 2 books, also to be found on Amazon, 'The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11' (4.5 out of 5 over 136 reviews) and 'The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions And Distortions'.