MAN is claiming that EXPLOSIVES have caused 9/11

Man claims he has proof the Twin Towers were rigged with explosives

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The clip begins with an unidentified American man strolling into shot in a smart suit and tie.

He immediately announces that it’s “moronic” to believe that the 9/11 disaster was purely a result of planes crashing into the World Trade Centre.

While showing a video of the horrific terrorist attack, the man alleges that it’s “absurd” to believe that a strong steel structure could have collapsed without explosives.

Hijacked United Airlines Flight 175 from Boston crashes into the south tower of the World Trade Center and explodes at 9:03 a.m. on September 11, 2001 in New York City.
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After putting forward this argument, he shows a clip of the towers after they have been struck by the planes.

He claims that the “top block disintegrates by itself” and “what you see is waves of explosions ripping the building apart”.

During his extreme evaluation, he puts forward the argument that a structure has not fallen in that way before.

Gesturing towards some grey-painted cardboard boxes, he said: “For the first time in history, three steel buildings collapsed because of fire”.

Even though he agrees that the buildings were hit by planes, he can’t accept that this was the reason for collapse.

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The conspiracy believer is adamant that “the top 15 stories couldn’t do that”.

Since being posted to video sharing website, the video has been viewed over 78,000 times.

Some commenters support the theory set forth in the video, with one user remarking: “I do admit I lean towards them being an inside job”.

Despite this, not everyone has been convinced, with some even suggesting the whole video is a hoax.

An irate viewer said: “There is no ‘science’ or ‘fact’ in what he is saying. It’s merely an opinion, based on not giving all of the actual facts of what happened in the first place.”

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