This is veering from the topic so I'll try to keep this short;
I have a relative that worked in the Pentagon many years ago and I will second the accusation that those guys gossip like anybody else.
They leak like garden hoses.
In regards to 911, I can openly accept that hugh airplanes full of jet fuel are capable of bringing down skyscrapers. I do remember about the
skyscraper in Europe that burned for days and didnt fall and I can accept that the burn temps were vastly different.
I think we have enough data from cell phone calls made from the hijacked airplanes to assume that real airplanes full of unwilling passnegers flew
into the buildings and not large military drones made up to look like passenger airplanes.
Where you start to lose me; that involves WTC7. It was only a "normal" fire inside that building and other non-WTC buildings had debris fall onto
it and didnt collapse.
Surely it wasnt the only nearby building that caught on fire.
Here's were the struggle begins. If you have doubts about WTC7, you have to have doubts about the whole thing. Again, this belongs on another
thread but thats my opinion about 911.
As far as the 911 committe goes,
Right up with the Iraq committee;
The Iran committee;
And a infinit list of others.
I live in Houston. I deal with the public, I deal with police officers on a daily basis, I know firemen, I know 911 dispatchers, and I know afew
people with connections to the Pentagon. As well as all the military folk I know.
I see *NO* indication that Houston is on "red alert" for a nuclear or other WMD attack. Not in the sense that it's going to happen any day.
The most exciting thing that has happened in Houston this week involves a number of Hispanic kids ditching school for a "spontanious" immigrants
rights protest that was obviously anything but spontanious.
According to the sources I have mentioned, that is being over-played by the media to an absurd extent.
Even the hispanic parents of those hispanic kids mentioned their disgust at their own kids using the immigration issue as an excuse to ditch
Guess how many of those kids were still there AFTER school hours?
Go ahead, guess.
.....and you start to get an idea of how much and how concerned those kids really are.
It *IS* an issue but civil war wishing is laughable at this point in the game.
However, every civil war in history started off as some guy's retarded idea.
So, this is kind of an all-over-the-place post but Houston is pretty peaceful right now despite what some people that dont live in Houston are
And the first responder front is fairly peaceful to. According to them, they havent heard anything about a nuke getting ready to go off here and the
whole civil war issue is a joke to them.
So, they arent getting ready for either.
The biggest problem in Houston right now are the few select pukes from New Orleans that brought their gang wars to the SW side of Houston. (Most of
the New Orleans evacuees are grateful and have re-established themselves as a resident of Houston. If New Orleans is going back to chocolate, they
will have to throw out alot of vanilla.)
Houston did have a WMD drill recently but that was like giving a token to someone expecting real change.
It is not possible to plan for a nuke going off in your backyard.
I cant think of a larger waste of money. What a joke.
Its not even possible to evacuate a city with afew 100,000 people, let alone 3 million.
So what are they going to do? Turn parking lots into ICU units for 250,000 people? The mortality rate would make it pointless.
The only real plan is to grab nothing, just get out of town as fast as you can and reconnect with your family later.
Meanwhile, after you have spent the last 6 hours and two tanks of gas driving 3 miles............
There is no plan. And depending on the government isnt a plan either.
Would I like to see change? Would I like to see a non-violent civil war. Done correctly, yes. I'd love to see every special interest lobbyist and
every senator marched out of the US Capitol with their hands in the air.
And then what? And what system replaces them?
I might as well look into the sky and wonder why were here.
We're just along for the ride.