posted on Sep, 13 2005 @ 03:51 AM
I have the feeling that some pressure has been exerted upon this board to consider "conspiracy theories," as being the issue. While I sympathize in
some respects to Skeptic upon his reassertion of "objectivity," if you will, there are far too many things on 911 that are all but provable in an
objective court of law to step back and submit.
Looking at the video data on 911 for example, leaves a person with no choice but to carefully consider all other issues regarding controlled
demolition. There very whitewash of a report in Congress is troubling, so I agree that on the one hand we should not wish things were true. But on the
other hand with more clear evidence than many court cases assemble to convict people, I have to agree that I wish these things were not true, because
they are not theories anymore. The extent of the conspiracy is in the open from mainstream media, if one reviews the tenor of statements public
officials have already made, and with a comparison of other confirmed facts.
Take PNAC documents calling for a "a new Pearl Harbor," and calling such things as if they would be random, "helpful." It is not a fair stretch to
look at the balance sheet of things, the cui bono coming through with motives, things occupying massive spending and giganto mania in government.
I disagree with the tenor from some of your statements, but I do not disagree with your notion we should wish these things were not true. Of course we
should wish these things were not true, but not go through some shallow debunking enterprise which can too often be exposed were it not "Roswell case
closed time." The government stamp does not make it so, but it does far too often in the minds of people. Just because some fact is unpleasant does
not make it "swamp gas," in the case of UFOs for example.
We have a government in the United States that claims openly "we make reality," as if it makes the sun shine. What it says is that its lies and
departure from sound observation are the reality. Katrina makes this all to poignant.
Facts have for far too long festered in a public wellpit of deliberate media incomptence. The problem we face is incompetence by design, followed by
an even more incompetent dictatorship style. At the same time a few people are making big money here by malingering at their "ah shucks folks,"
logic. People know a con job from government when they see it, as the saying goes "I am from Missouri, I have to be shown." I am skeptical of the
Skeptic here because I have been shown.
If anything I am not entirely sure what you are getting at but I suppose this big board does have its "pressures."
[edit on 13-9-2005 by SkipShipman]