posted on Jan, 30 2006 @ 02:55 PM
Here's my take:
First of all, the towers had to come down for psychological impact, WTC `93 and OKC `95 simply didn't cut it. Sure, they made headlines, but they
didn't induce collective trauma. I'm sure we can agree that 9/11 did, and it truly transformed society. Fear is a powerful means of control, proven
time and time again, and terrorism is probably the most elusive fear-inducing threat conceivable, it could be hidden anywhere, at any time - the
perfect phantom menace.
The excuse to invade Iraq was only part of the motive, the greater scheme probably encompasses not only the strategy outlined in
's "Rebuilding America's
", but also a domestic powergrab of the executive, as evidenced already by recent SCOTUS entries as well as several other contemporary
events (NSA eavesdropping, multiple executive orders, etc.). It might be said that the jury is still out on the goal of these unusual activities,
however, it appears somewhat likely that it's none other than outright fascist dictatorship
It should be noted that Adolf Hitler attained dictatorial status by staging domestic terror
, Communist "threat").
That might sound way too radical to appear credible for you, but the indications and analogies are there, in plain sight. Hope that helps.
Mod Edit: Fixed Link.
[edit on 30/1/2006 by Mirthful Me]