posted on Feb, 11 2008 @ 11:43 PM
Some people seem to forget there is a BIG difference between a “cover-up” and a “conspiracy.” Now a conspiracy may and most often does
involve a cover-up, but the reverse does not always have to apply.
With that in mind, I am starting to lean towards the idea that a “cover-up” from the government is not an entirely evil or wrong thing.
How can I say that?
Back in 1996 (I know, that’s a long long time ago), TWA Flight 800, blew up of the eastern coast of the US. The official story from the government
had something to with malfunctioning wiring or static electricity…some freak accident…whatever.
Over 100 people saw two missile-like objects that raced towards the plane just before it blew up. From there the theories started flying…the navy
shot it down by accident since they were having secret exercises in the area that night…Arab terrorists fired Stinger missiles at it…a bomb blew
up on board….I’m sure there were others.
When you look at it…what good does it do to anyone to know if an Arab terrorist group shot the plane down or if the Navy did?
Sure, sure, the families of the victims deserve to know the truth… but what about the rest of us? Just think how it could have shut the nation’s
economy down to know terrorists were able to shoot a passenger jet down off the coast of the US…if they could do it there….they could do it over
Alabama or Kansas…there would be a panic.
What if the leaders don’t know who did it? Isn’t that an even worse thing to say?
Here is my question…Since it was a one time event, is it not better to have the country believe that the tragedy of Flight 800 was an accident even
if it wasn’t? Why worry about something which we have no control over?
As much as I hate to say it, I think they did the right thing on this one…maybe?