Comment: not linking 9/11 to US decisions is a new thought for me

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not linking 9/11 to US decisions is a new thought for me

let's hash it out a little to make sure I don't have it wrong.

I think many people are hurt by the thought of the US being at fault when discussing 9/11 and close their ears. It sounds like we're blaming the victim to them and they reject it. When speaking about 9/11, I think the emphasis should be on the fact that it's a fraud. It's more important.

I believe people can be sensitive to the pain the US causes in foreign countries- we need to find a good case in point to inform others about how wrong US foreign policy has been - for decades. The concept should be taught separately from 9/11 and linked up later.

Why do you think it's important to link US foreign policy with 9/11?