Until the events of 9/11 are satisfactorily explored openly, and legitimate questions answered with transparency, any war or military action that followed 9/11 in the name of "the war on terror" is a crime against humanity, pure and simple.
The argument that I made isn't about the fact whether 9/11 is staged by the government.
It's about the state of the 9/11 truth community. It's about whether or not they do relentless fact checking.
I'm able to mentally separate the questions.
The implied appeal of the argument is more: "Hey, get your house in order, get a website together that actually relentlessly fact checks all relevent claims" than it is "Your wrong about your claims".
I don't think that whether "the war on terror is a crime on humanity" is dependent on whether 9/11 was committed with support of the US government.
The statute on "crimes against humanity" doesn't really care about whether there was a valid reason to start a war but about how the war was run.
If I say - the US stagged a covert operation inside another country - I still mean that it was a government decision to stage a covert operation as happened in case of Bin Laden.
Saying "it was a government decision" and saying something happened with the support of the president and his advisors are to distinct claims.
There are government agencies that act without approval.