One in 5 Canadians sees 9/11 as U.S. plot
Edited by David Stein
One in five Canadians believes the attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001, had nothing to do with Osama Bin Laden and were actually a plot by influential Americans, according to a poll released that had been released by Ipsos-Reid. The cited poll found that 22 percent of Canadians, and 26 percent of young Canadians, agree with the theory that 9/11 was "an inside job". The number was the highest, at 32 percent, in Quebec, which has shown the least support for the U.S. war on terror.
The poll asked if the events of September 11, "including the thousands of American citizens who lost their lives on that day, were actually orchestrated by a group of highly influential Americans and others as part of a wider global conspiracy to profit from and gain power and who are actually protecting Osama Bin Laden from being captured."
As the 9/11 Truth Movement grows in Canada, with the growing availability of critical perspective concerning 9/11, it is likely that more and more Canadians will share the view that 9/11 was somehow an "inside job".
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