posted on Mar, 29 2004 @ 10:13 AM
Lets say this theory also applies to terrorists, bear with me here, assuming Bin Laden is NOT a tool of the NWO but really has his own agenda in
Then attacking the U.S. with Saudi extremists in airplanes makes eminintly good sense.
1999 is the year,
Problem: After repeated operations against the infidel, jihad has failed to materialize in the arab world. The infidels still have military forces in
the holy of holiest lands and western influence is making gains culturally - this cannot be allowed to continue.
Reaction: Directly attack the great satan in such a way that it will not go unanswered, cause an attack on the holy land in retaliation.
Solution: Convince moslems the world over to take to the jihad and expel the crusaders and their lackeys the royal family from the holy land, arab
land once and for all.
Actually what I posed as an example is loosely based on the stated goals of Al Quida. The difference is that we went to Afganistan rather than Saudi
Arabia, contrary to what I believe Bin Laden really wanted.
I think Bin Laden mistakenly thought that a kneejerk reaction was in store from the U.S. military in the pandimonium following successful attacks on
ALL planned targets.
I certainly agree this method has and will continue to be used by nation states to gain advantage not only over their own populations but others as
well, To me it is also apparent this method can and has been used by extra-nationals in their cause also.