True or false. The September 11, 2001 Attacks: A Turn in the History of Conspiracy Theories

Twenty years ago, on September 11, 2001, New York City was hit by the deadliest attacks on American soil. More than 3,000 people lost their lives there. Twenty years later, this event still fuels conspiracy theories.

On September 11, 2001, two planes hijacked by al-Qaeda hit the Twin Towers in New York. And already, an American is making a conspiracy speech on the radio. “I know, this attack is intended to create a provocation within the United States, it’s the only reasonLyndon LaRouche, a man who believes the Queen of England is the head of the world’s drug trade, said live. He was one of the first to say that the attack was instigated from within, by the US government itself, to justify the US wars in the Middle East.

This theory, repeatedly denied, will reach a scale unequaled in history, as this attack coincides with the advent of the Internet in the early 2000s. In 2005, the YouTube platform was born, on which the documentary is aired. “Loose Change”, seen hundreds of millions of times. This series will widen the audience for the false theories surrounding the attacks. “On the morning of September 11, the United States ran simulations in which hijacked planes disappeared from the radar”, we explain in the documentary. These conspiracy theories will allow some to gain popularity, like Alex Jones, an animator. Twenty years later, he is now one of the most powerful disinformers in the country. He was even Donald Trump’s personal advisor. Conspiracy theories are as old as humanity, but the 9/11 poisonings are the first to spread so widely.

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