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The choice appears to be

to take what the government says at face value, or not.
People accept it because not accepting it means the government is not a reliable source of information regarding what many people believe is its number one responsibility: protecting the public from harm. That makes people uncomfortable. So people do what is simple and comfortable. They do what is easy.

The U.S. government said Osama Bin Ladin did it because he hated our freedom. He said he didn't have anything to do with it.

The temptation is to try to figure out what happened. Does what the government says happen fit the known facts and other unverified, but credible information?

The government moved quickly to destroy the crime scene. The government controlled the official investigation.

I think determining exactly what happened is impossible at this point. The skeptics simply do not have the resources to do anything other than ask questions the government simply dismisses as scientifically illiterate BS and crazy tin-foil hat conspiracy stuff.
The point is what the government 9-11 narrative is demonstrably full of holes and suspicious. It makes no sense.

One is left with the conclusion that the government is lying. That is what government does. The temptation is to find the truth. I don't know if that is possible other than to know the truth that what the government has told the American public is not the truth.
And it is satisfied with its lies. It defends them.

Do we need more?

Were the Israelis involved? The Saudis? The British? The CIA? The White House? Others? I can see where each would have a motive and would cooperate in an operation that would ultimately provide an excuse for the U.S. to take out the governments of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Ben Franklin said three people can keep a secret if two of them are dead. Is there a way to keep a secret when some people tell truth about a matter while a several times that number are put forward to lie about it? It could be the truth has been revealed, but it has been so covered in disinformation that it is unrecognizable.

[F]orce can only settle questions of power, not of right. - Clyde N. Wilson