posted on Aug, 30 2007 @ 10:17 AM
I understand and appreciate that everyone has worked and continues to work so very hard on analyzing 911 video, audio , written transcripts.
I just wonder at what point do we officially fall under the analysis paralysis
rule, meaning at what point is it not only prudent but just plain common sense
to stop analyzing the data that you have and instead focus your resources on prevention.
You can analyze information and disinformation all day long every day for the rest of your life but you will never prevent anything like this from
happening again if you continue to argue about the data..
It is very difficult to try and prove the US government , any other government or whomever did this to the people of the united states
it is however much easier to ask questions from a theoretical stand point such as;:
"Mr. Jones would it not be possible for this to happen , not do you believe, not do you think but is it possible that something like this could be
planned by any government in the world",
after all we are awfully quick at least here in the states to say this government is doing this or that but if you say it was the U.S. the majority of
the people will simply say no , no way, not only wouldn't happen but just plain couldn't happen.
I personally am of the stand point that a government is no different than a small organization except in movement by this I mean a government has more
checks and balances and is there fore much more lethargic in making decisions and changing directions..
However governments realize this and in knowing this it makes sense to break into smaller unofficial groups to make things happen quickly when need
be and make them less traceable for plausible deniability to remain intact.
All in all it is just like the big game in a small town everyone wants to score the winning touchdown, kick the winning goal or save the girl but no
one wants to take the blame when things go wrong..
Maybe the key here is to start placing the blame on the ones that we vote into office and not just in voice and vote. we know that certain officials
are responsible for certain things if anything that falls under an officials' responsibilities goes awry they should be held accountable and pay the
I have not given much thought in the way of implementing something like this and I realize it would be a difficult task to both successfully
implement and organize but also a considerable personal commitment to anyone involved with such a project or process
anyway just my two cents (okay maybe a nickels worth)
[edit on 8/30/2007 by geocom]