Remember the book the children read to Dubya on 9/11 at Booker Elementary? "The Pet Goat"?
According to Dictionary.com, the fourth entry on the definition of a "goat" is: 4. a scapegoat or victim
Now - by itself, that means nothing.
But watch this
. Credit goes to
on Myspace for putting that video together.
But here's the full version
of the video.
On the full version video, you can fast forward to 18 seconds in, and you can listen until 51 seconds in. Or you can fast forward to 44 seconds in and
listen until 51 seconds in.
"hit, steel, plane, must", huh? Plane must hit steel?
Interesting timing too, because just as they finish those four words, and are picking up their goat books, Andy Card comes in.
What are the odds of there being that many cameras at an elementary school visit for a reading program, while reading a book about a goat, or a
scapegoat, the kids reading the words "hit, steel, plane, must" from a book for no reason in particular, on the exact same day that PLANES did HIT
STEEL? When figuring up those odds, factor in the NORAD drills of the exact same event, happening on the exact same day, at the exact same time, in
the exact same locations, against the exact same targets as what really happened. Figure up how likely it is that all of these things are just
Before anyone says it, no, I'm not saying the damn kids were involved in the conspiracy. I'm not saying the teacher was involved in the conspiracy.
I'm not saying the camera people were involved in the conspiracy.
Do I know how "they" would get the teacher to have a book/sheet of paper that said those words and have the kids read it? No. Do I know how "they"
would get the teacher to have a book about a goat? No.
But this post is based on the possibility. Consider the possibility. Consider how weird that is. Why those words? Aren't the kids supposed to be
taught complete sentences with some context and meaning? How does 'plane must hit steel' fit into that teaching concept? On that day of all days?
[edit on 8-30-2007 by worldwatcher]