posted on Sep, 26 2006 @ 02:04 AM
Not afraid of terrorism and never will be, I was unfortunate to be in my home city when IRA bombs went off close to where I work and that happened on
more than one occasion but it did not alter my routine for one moment.
Its all about putting things in perspective, My wife and I had a converstion about the recent events in London, you know the fake terrorists action.
My wife went on to say that on a news report she heard that 40% of deaths on the road in the UK happen on country roads so I replied well nobody's
died in a plane this year from a terrorist attack so we will keep flying and avoid the country roads. Its that simple, how many people in the US die
in their own homes each year through various accidents, it must be thousands but people dont panic or live in fear of their own homes do they.
The American Goverment and the people who control them wanted an excuse to wage war and they gave you one. But you should not look at 9/11 in
isolation, what other events occured before that. Practice makes perfect, Oklahoma, Waco, these events are all connected in not just about getting it
right its also about the public reaction to such events. When I watched Wako on the TV I could not believe it, here was one of the worlds alleged
great democracies shooting and burning to death its own citizens, men, women and children, mainly women and children. I dont care that Koresh was
fighting back or fighting the system this was the kind of event I would have expected to see in some 3rd world country or despot nation not the
But what was the reaction to it, I'm sure many were outraged but the majority would have swallowed the lies given by the media, so there you have it,
your own fellow american's mainly women and children, shot, gassed and burnt to death and nobody gives a toss. So do you see how easy it was to get
away with 9/11, the prosecutors of this event knew they could get away with it, they knew what the public reaction to it would be and 5 years later
with no other real terrorist events people are still scared and the war mongers continue along their well trodden path.
Hang on a minute did I say scared, how about, compliant, indifferent to the suffering of their own and others, complacent, in denial, willing
participants. That seem to be the attitude of so many here in the UK I cannot speak for Americans but I'm sure there must be many who would fit the