posted on May, 12 2005 @ 02:50 PM
We are all very much, skeptics here. We have to be. Otherwise we risk, in our quest for further truths about all kind of questions, responding in a
kneejerk fashion, or being taken in by the spurious.
Having said that. I have however, in the years since the 9/11 incident, turned very skeptical with regards to the government's version and handling
of what happened.
I think alot of us feel that way regarding this issue. I'm not comfortable feeling the way I do. I don't want to think that our government would be
a party to some of the things that are implied and one has to admit, very plausible. If not in some instances, by admission of the participants, very
probable. I think we all want to think this can't be so.
If this general story and version of events was a singular pronuoncement from the Rense venue, I'd have more doubts about it's veracity. But this
story and version of events is coming out in mutliple venues from some very credible sources. This are the words of the former Minister of several
high agencies in Germany. If this same person was given the opportunity and said this on SIXTY MINUTES or the NBC Nightly News, we wouldn't be so
quick to toss it away.
This same version is coming out from other credible highly placed sources. There is certainly some evidence available and curiously unavailable to
support what these sources are saying.
I don't like to sound like the typical theorist but, we did as a nation go through two world wars, two very large scale police actions, and almost
forty years of cold war without passing the types of constitutional busting legislation that we have in just the last five years.
There are things going on that don't add up. We can be skeptical, but we can't truthfully deny that something seems amiss. If it is 1/2 as
insidious as some of these good sources claim, we should be very concerned