Obviously, with questions like [Has the 9/11 Truth Movement Stagnated?] it depends how you frame the question and who you ask. The focus on that thread so far has been on Facebook activity, or online activity, in relation to the group A&E911 and similar organisations. But if you focus on specific areas of society and actually survey those people with well designed questions, instead of speculating about online activity or lack of same, you will naturally find different results. For example, a large and recent survey of the attitudes of Muslims living in the UK revealed that in the specific matter of 9/11, the very general message of the "Truth Movement" has more than 90% acceptance. https://policyexchange.org.uk/publi...ging-a-survey-of-britains-muslim-communities/ (This pie chart can been seen on p75 of the PDF). Clearly, we can speculate why British Muslims feel this way about 9/11 when they identify as British in a patriotic sense, and in other respects are broadly in agreement with British society (on subjects like secularism, for example). But for whatever reason, it is evident that the official 9/11 story does not persuade many in this particular group -- and I would suggest that it now never will.