I fucking hate it when assholes say, “9/11 was an inside job.” It takes a special brand of cunt to blindly blame the George Bush for the deaths of thousands of people. There are thousands of deaths that you can blame on Bush…so why grasp at straws?
The point is that whether or not 9/11 was an inside job is not your place to determine. You don’t know, and any speculation you make will only result in you looking like–well–a very special brand of cunt. So, let’s drop it.
Well, if Spidey approves...
Our focus today is on the events that unfolded this week involving Northwest Airlines Flight 253 and the speculation that has already built around the incident.
When the Bush administration addressed the public after the events of September 11, 2001, their message was simple: Be Afraid…but keep spending money.
To compare 9/11 to the latest attempt by a young Nigerian man to set his pants on fire would be an insult to just about everything; however, Obama’s reaction symbolizes a certain degree of that “Change” we were all repeatedly promised.
Republicans are rushing to get their revenge on liberals for questioning Bush’s motives and actions after 9/11. They are throwing blame at Obama for the Nigerian ‘terrorist’s’ actions…or lack of actions. Why? Because. That’s why.
In an effort to remain optimistic, presume nothing, and not cause widespread panic, President Obama has chosen to refrain from saying too much, too soon. Now, Bush pulled the same stunt–this is true. He took some time off to reflect and consider his options; however, this was after deciding to send our troops on an extended vacation to the dunes.
War is a strange phenomenon. Like falling it love, it seems to be the only activity that men claim to do everything in their power to prevent…yet simultaneously do everything in their power to begin.
George Orwell once claimed that “…in a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act,” and this truth has been self-evident throughout America’s history of war.
It is convenient that in the advent of an act or predetermined war, a malicious and calculated attack that America “could not possibly have prevented” occurs, serving to completely justify our actions.
During WWI, Woodrow Wilson kept us out of war even when the Lusitania was attacked. It was the infamous ‘Zimmerman Note’ that led America to war–its validity is still disputed to this day.
The attack on Pearl Harbor, which launched America into WWII is even questioned by some veterans who felt that this attack was forewarned.
Jump ahead to the wars today. Whenever there is a surge, or an advance on an already existing war, a terrorist act is foiled, a mysterious figure is found during a “random” search, or some pie-eyed fuckwit tries to blow up his pants on a plane.
While there is little-to-no evidence to suggest that these events are in some way contrived, they continue to be a little too convenient…a little too “false flag.”
A “false flag” is an event is deliberately orchestrated to make an attack seem like it was the work of an outside entity. It comes from the 1933 arson attack on the German Reichstag building. Hitler used the attack to issue a series of retractions on personal freedoms in order to “better ensure” the stability of the state.
It is still unclear who started the Reichstag fire–but when the Patriot Act was passed, it was accepted without debate.
While I am not promoting the violent overthrow of government, nor am I advocating bullshit conspiracy theory, I am requiring you to start being wary of the news you hear, whether domestic or abroad.
After 8 years of this, anything's an improvement...
We’ve spent the last nine years learning not to trust our leaders–and it’s time that we remember how angry we were the last time we went to war. No politician has all the answers–and Obama’s war is no different than Bush’s.
Be suspicious of your elected officials until they prove to you that they are on the level. Don’t take anyone for granted–even if it is charming chocolate Jesus.
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