Ancient skepticism of Sextus Empiricus has the concept of skepticism as a sort of equilibrium of different positions which lead to a calmness of mind, ataraxia. International law is impotent if enforcement is not feasible. This has been the guiding principle of Zionist geopolitics from the very beginning, and therefore it is natural to conjecture that one of the reasons for Mossad to conduct 9/11 is to push deeper levels of the human psyche. So where is the skepticism? For quite a few years I generally accepted the bin Laden story without much scrutiny but then once I began digging, even sloppily, into the issue, first there was skepticism of the bin Laden story and then clear competing hypotheses. International law with any sense has to be founded on universal ideals for legitimacy but a fascist ideology of power would naturally go against this. I would love to reach some level of skepticism leading to this ataraxia on this issue but at the moment I suffer from the delusion that the world is intelligible and rational geopolitical calculations without any regard for human lives or international law would clearly explain the motives for 9/11.
Now assuming that I am right about this, the interesting question is whether the planners of 9/11 (and the subsequent mayhem and wars directly or indirectly) are right about nature and human nature. I will posit the motivation was imperial power and sweeping destruction of Islam (the Greater Israel plan is more clear and detailed but details are not important for my point). So we have a Darwinian view of human society: the strong survive, the weak are annihilated, say. Perhaps a modified form where one adds some sort of divine will for who has fundamental right to survive. My own experiences in America since 9/11 contain many episodes suggesting that I happen to fall in the ‘to be nixed’ category. The recent Gaza massacre is a calculated pressure to legitimize global fascist oppression.