posted on Aug, 13 2002 @ 04:02 AM
Hmmm, did the govt. perform the attacks? Probably not, but did they know about them and let them happen? Well, in my opinion they knew all about about
it. This phony war on terrorism is just too convenient for oil and defense corporations. And if you don't know that our govt. is controlled by
corporations, you need to start reading and paying attention more to people like Ralph Nader. Just look at how quickly and easily this Afghan oil
pipeline has been started. And guess whos on the board of directors of Unocal, the newly inserted Afghan president. Hmmm, how convenient for western
There was plenty of warnings given to the CIA, FBI, NSA of attacks. Not just vague, "terrorists are planning on attacking America" warnings, but
specific warnings from high officials in Russian, French, German, Israeli governments. Stating terrorists were planning on hijacking commercial
airlines and flying them into important symbols of American culture. With the same, specific info. from several governments, this should raise atleast
an investigation into the possibility of the info. being true. Hell, isn't this their job?
With our intelligence agencies knowing this, then on the week before the attacks, PUT options (a speculation that the stock will go down) on American
and United Airlines are 400% above normal. This should have made the intelligence community put 2 and 2 together and think
"Hey, we have these warnings of airlines being used for attacks, and now two specific airlines' stock trading is way out of whack, hmm, i think
terrorists are going to hijack some plane from united and/or american airlines." Maybe it could have just been complete incompentence, maybe not.
And if Bin Laden is such an enemy of the US, then why did we treat him from July 4-14, 2001 for kidney disease at the American hospital in Dubai and
he meets with a CIA official, who returns to CIA headquarters on July 15. LOL, complete proof of a conspiracy right there. This guy was wanted for
numerous bombings of American naval ships and embassies at this time. So why did we let him go? Well, needed him to attack us thats why.
If you just look at who's benefiting from all of this, it is obvious that America let it happen. We are a corporate controlled society, and the
corporations wanted to go into the middle east and control it, now we have a green light to police the world with extreme force in order to secure oil
and minerals with the disguise of fighting terrorism. Hell, we are the 800 pound gorilla pushing everyone around. We could call ourselves the greatest
terrorists in the world.
Now you might say, "Well Bush is now cracking down on corporate crime, and won't let corporations get away with fraud and abuses." Hmm, is Kenneth
Lay (CEO of Enron) in jail yet? Are any of them?
The best thing about all of this is the government has the masses on their side, so none of this will really be investigated. People would rather give
up freedom for a little bit of security/oppression. Just look at how quickly the congressional investigation into what Bush knew prior to Sept. 11
crippled. How convenient.