Ok. Here goes my first meaningful thread. Please stay with me as I hope to post 3 parts tonight and close the loop tomorrow.
9/11 Was About UFOs: Plausible
9/11 was about technology here on earth and “other worldly” technology that is also here on earth. The terrorist act wasn’t about terrorism.
9/11 was performed to expand the NSA first and foremost, DHS second and everything else third. Why? The interwebs and the threat of exposure of
significantly advanced technology, ET presence and potential decentralization of power.
With the widespread adoption of the internet, humans developed a fast track to quick and efficient info sharing. All kinds of info. Info that TPTB
may not want exposed for a whole host of reasons that first and foremost include control and order. This was starting to come to head in 2000-2001 in
a public way.
The 2000-2002 timeframe was the public beginning of hacking, data breaches, etc. as those who wanted to expose TPTB took advantage over them - because
Big Brother was behind the times and possibly underestimated the threat that a dude behind a keyboard posed. TPTB - particularly the MIC - we’re
exposed. Thanks to Gary McKinnon:
And then years after Gary, we get threads like this wondering if people don’t care about UFOs any longer.....
Maybe people do, maybe people don’t care about UFOs any more. Jonathan Frakes isn’t airing 90s shows about legit sightings on Camcorders any
longer. Pictures or sightings rarely hit the mainstream. Camcorders somehow captured things in the sky fine - our 500000 mpx cams won’t. We have
foundations that are dedicated to the cause that produce basically zilch in terms of evidence. But we also have the guy who dropped serious change
and basically bought MUFON (who has NASA contracts...) saying this:
That’s weird. And if you go back in our own forums on ATS, things have slowed down A LOT in the UFO forum...
So... how did I come to this theory that brings in 9/11? It’s whacky, I know - the double dose of nuts! Conspiracy on conspiracy? Strap this
But not so fast... it adds up to plausible... at least for me.
This will be a long thread. And a multiple part thread.
So I’ll start with how my thought process worked.
1. There’s a major event.
2. What came out of the event.
3. What preceded the event.
4. What was the official narrative of the event.
5. What else happened around the time of the event (or, how does the landscape at the time support or deny the official theory).
6. What’s changed since the event.
Said another way - was the event really about what we were told it’s about? Maybe. But taken into broader context maybe it wasn’t.
I’m not going to say much about 9/11 events other than this on the events that faithful day:
1. The Pentagon story still bothers me.
2. I’m not sold on how the towers came down.
3. Media coverage of the events raises questions.
4. There’s too many coincidences.
If you want to dig into those thoughts, which I’m sure many of you have, you can read about the mild to wild theories that have been discussed at
great length here:
Thus, I have a belief that:
- 9/11 wasn’t about Islamic terrorism.
- It was about national security, expanding Federal oversight and keeping things that TPTB want to keep secret, secret and saving face.
It was our Reichstag - designed to bring us together, give up rights and exponentially increase TPTBs control willingly...
Reichstag for those not familiar:
Viewed through that lens, “9/11” had to be as big of spectacle as the thing it was trying to compensate for - which must have been huge and a LOT
bigger than Islamic terrorism.
Here’s my logic.
The thread I posted above about the drop off in UFO reporting/footage/documentaries/interest/etc. got me wondering about when that drop off began.
What happened to the Ingo Swan’s, the Old Skool Greer’s, the Ben Rich quotes and the Phil Schneider’s? They all seem to be gone...
This all seemed to die down following what?
This made me start thinking 9/11 was the turning point for information about advanced tech and UFOs. Coincidence? Possibly. But probably not. How do
we enter an age where information is being shared more easily and then end up with less information? That doesn’t compute.
So I started approaching 9/11 from a different angle.
I got to wondering about how much Islamic terrorism was impacting us in the US prior to 9/11 - was there a build up to this grand finally? You
usually see a build up of tension, a growth in the opposition, etc. kind of like you don’t typically graduate college and become a Fortune 500 CEO
as your first job - those who do are huge statistical outliers.
So with this in mind, I quickly found a list of Islamic terrorist attacks - which didn’t have much in the US prior to the previous WTC bombing - a
bombing that seems very legit given it wasn’t entirely devastating and was similar to other domestic acts of terrorism (which also could have been
conspiracies - but I’m going to say many of those were plausible to have been carried out by individuals):
That said, “The Terrorists” presented the perfect scape goat. They’re a known threat, have attacked us, Saddam was a bad guy and “Islamic
Extremists” really do hate Christians and Western Society as described below:
Plus, relationships with The Middle East weren’t so bad through the 90s under Clinton:
This means that “the terrorists” presented a group that:
- Had hurt us before
- Don’t like us
- Weren’t plentiful in the US and could create a plausible “them” to unite “us”.
So now we have the villain (and I’m excluding evidence that we propped those villains up in the 90s - that’s another thread for another forum).
This was step 1 - we now know who we can build the event around and it will sell. Easy enough