Oscar Wildcat - 2012-01-24 If ever there was a time and place to be spouting this nonsense, it would be over the intercom of a hacked Walmart pbx. This kid is the bomb.
Riskbreaker - 2012-01-24 I'm deeply dissapointed for the lack of a security guard task force pile up over this guy.
Cena_mark - 2012-01-24 The New World Order is very clever. They know if they sent Walmart goons to silence him it would prove their existence to the world.
MongoMcMichael - 2012-01-24 The New World Order is clearly covering up for their leader, brother.
The Mothership - 2012-01-24 I hope, I pray, I DEMAND that the next time a gangstalking victim interviews a potential gangstalker in a walmart with a video camera, that this guy gets on the intercom and wreaks havoc.
Konversekid - 2012-01-24 I've never seen a Canadian so vehement about being a 9/11 truther. This is beyond ridiculous and douchey.
Cena_mark - 2012-01-24 Its their concern as the 51st state. Hell I consider them more a part of the U.S.A. than Alaska or Hawaii cause they at least border other states.
Aelric - 2012-01-24 I've met plenty of Canadians who think and blame America for all ills. I'd could see a Canadian believing the inside job conspiracy more than most Americans.
Jane Error - 2012-01-24 I am a Canadian and I know a lot of other Canadian 9/11 truthers. It's an outsider thing: we are forced to pay a lot of attention to your country while not taking part in it, so we often feel something akin to what a news copter must feel when witnessing a violent soccer riot. This can breed the sense of moral and intellectual superiority that is the bread and butter of all conspiracy nuts. I can assure you that just like your truthers, ours are attention-seeking blowhards with half-formed critical thinking skills.
OxygenThief - 2012-01-24 My stars are for Jane's comment.
Koda Maja - 2012-01-24 It's because Canada doesn't have any good conpiracies of its own.
I can't get anyone to believe me that the Halifax Harbour explosion was an inside job.