Oh come off it mate, no one can be that slow, you've got to be putting it on.
Originally posted by billybob
so, 58 plus 5 = 64
The AFIP report lists 'identified' people. The girl's, Dana Falkenberg, body was never found. They only knew she was on the plane becasue they
were told and the parents were on there. That's why those numbers seemingly don't tally up. It has been said numerous times in this thread.
or the original cnn 50 pass. plus six crew plus six terrorists = 62
Actually the CNN list has 55 people on it and is missing the baby, the couple on their honeymoon and Sandra Teague. And of course the terrorists as we
already know about them.
Depending on how they got the information, and it doesn't sound like it was 'officially' as AA won't confirm it, would decide how accurate it is.
If the honeymoon couple were last minute then the copy that someone got hold of may not have even been up to date. It's hardly condemning evidenc of
anything, no matter how you look at it really.
If you can't grasp all this simple information, please don't try anything more complicated.
still no mainfests.
Tell us something we don't know, in fact just try and tell us something useful.
not even a confirmed arabic tissue sample(although there was an anthropologist on the identification team.
They don't actually say one way or another, I guess they expect people to work it out for themselves. For the people that can't I imagine they
expected the person reading it out for them to explain.
i, merely for the sake of argument, of course, assume that the army fabricated the autopsies in an effort to fake the deaths of the elite
military/industrial crew on board the real flight 77. refitted a3 skyhawks may have been the actual missiles. did you know that THREE of four of the
ill-fated flights had raytheon employees on board?
And they were too stupid to put fake arabic names on the lists DOH!
barbara olson was recently claimed to have been arrested in europe with a fistful of dollars.
Oh your on about that bogus story made up by some moron on some two bit nothing website a while back. You didn't actually believe that did you?
Even Rense of all people says it's bogus:
The current internet appearance of the story claiming Barbara 'Olsen' has been arrested in Europe is devoid of substance. There is not one
micron of proof. The story is simply not journalism at this point in time.
Extraordinary claims DEMAND extraordinary proof. There is nothing in the 'Olsen' story to substantiate it.
First, her last name is or was misspelled 'Olsen'. It is 'Olson' and may by now be corrected.
Even more lamentable is the claim she was arrested at the 'Polish-Austrian' border.
Unfortunately, these two countries do not share a common border...as a quick look at any map of Europe will show.
Geez, if I'd realised how many people were gullible I'd start a website with make believe stories on just so I could laugh at the jokers that suck
it all up. Like Tom Flocco probably is.
I forgot, anything that isn't official - is bound to be true!
If you actually have some proof
and a decent argument, then please share. But if all you can do is keep going in circles like a dog chasing
it's tail and keep repeating the same unfounded statements that have been proven as wrong or irrelevant, then please don't bother.
If all your interested in is being a 'rebel without a cause' then there are plenty of anarchy websites out there that would be happy for you to join
I just loved this guys comment, it sums it all up really, I thought I'd post it for anyone that can't be bothered to read the link because it is
worth reading, not only is it funny but it is also a true point:
Invitations are open to all to see who can make up the biggest load of bull****, and dress it up with the most bravado in the inaugural Tom Flocco
alternative media awards.
I've previously submitted two examples so that contestants can see what kind of material is required. It should be noted however that I broke one
important rule in those two examples. That is - the very basic conclusions of the articles were accidentally true, even though the spin presented to
make the argument was a load of crap. Such accidental truthfulness should be avoided.
The rules are as follows.
1. No sources from anything checkable in the public domain are to be used.
2. There should be some kind of hero in the story - someone who knows more than anyone else and is risking career, life and limb to reveal it.
3. The story should strongly imply that justice for the evil doers is about to take its course through the legal system, so all you have to do is
cheer and donate.
4. The alleged facts and sources should be vague that nobody can specifically identify a tangible "error" as such.
5. The story should preferably comprise one hero interviewing another hero about what a third hero told them, so that when the story fades away or
busts, its difficult to point the finger at anyone specifically.
The winner will be eligible for significant funding from USG covert propaganda agencies to set up their own alternative media website and radio
So get cracking on those keyboards and start manufacturing! Let Tom Flocco be your inspiration. Study closely the techniques of the master. Any old
bull**** will do.
[edit on 9-10-2005 by AgentSmith]