Note: This page is part of an archival collection of material that was posted on the web
by Political Research Associates shortly after the attacks on 09/11/01.


9/11/01 - Repercussions

General Conspiracist Views

Some of these theories are from the political right, others claim to be from the left, others represent a fusion of left and right viewpoints.

See also:

Further discussion of post-911 conspircacism

{Link Broken} Collection of Conspiracy Theories

Debunking 911 Conspiracy Theories

Snopes.Com - Rumors of War


911 Conspiracy Theories

Operation 911: NO SUICIDE PILOTS by Carol A. Valentine

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF EMERGENCY by Sherman H. Skolnick. One of the most relentless and self-aggrandizing conspiracists in the US.

Planes controlled by radio waves

World Action  Elaborate conspiracy theories - One article claims internal bombs secretly placed inside WTC.

Bombs in World Trade Center

Explosive placed in WTC

World War III - 'This Was Not An Intelligence Failure' by Michael C. Ruppert. General conspiracism (but doubts claim that bombs secretly placed inside WTC).

BrassCheck  A mixture of useful information and extravagant assertions.

American Patriots Friends Network

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The Conspiracism Collection:

The Sucker Punch Collection

More Resources Related to the Period Shortly After the 9/11 Attacks:

Return to Base 9/11/01 Page

People with unfair power and privilege generally try to hold onto that unfair power and privilege. Sometimes they make plans that are not publicly announced. Sometimes they engage in illegal plots. Real conspiracies have been exposed throughout history. History itself, however, is not controlled by a vast timeless conspiracy. The powerful people and groups in society are hardly a "secret team" or a tiny club of "secret elites." The tendency to explain all major world events as primarily the product of a secret conspiracy is called conspiracism. The antidote to conspiracism is Power Structure Research based on some form of institutional, systemic or structural analysis that examines race, ethnicity, gender, sexual identity, class and other factors that are used to create inequality and oppression. We do not criticize conspiracism because we want to shield those with unfair power and privilege, but because we believe that conspiracism impedes attempts to build a social movement for real social justice, economic fairness, equality, peace, and democracy.


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