reply to post by danman23
Thanks for the post, danman. I just got back from vacation and so I'll take a look at this later tonight or tomorrow.
[edit on 5-1-2009 by nikiano]
Ok, well I just watched the video, and I must admit that I've seen this before.
In fact, I also must admit that when I first saw Bush's reaction on TV back in 2001, I thought his behavior was extremely strange. It was obvious to
the rest of our country at the time, that our country was being attacked. If the secret service detail were doing a good job of protecting him, they
should have whisked him out of there at lightning speed. Yet, they didn't.
Now, I have absolutely no proof to back up my hunch on what I think happened, but I'll tell you anyway.
First, if he was complicit in planning the events and wanted to just cover it with a photo-op, thus giving himself a solid alibi that morning at the
school, then he would have given explicit instructions his chief of staff to not interrupt him. After all, any interruption and his refusal to do
anything about it would look very suspicious. (As it seems to be!)
However, I don't think he had anything to do with the planning of it based on one very obvious piece of evidence: the look on his face was him being
scared sh**less, but trying to hide it.
If he had planned it, as some suggest, he would have kept a poker face.....he would have totally acted non-chalantly. Instead, you can tell that when
his chief of staff whispered in his ear, he pretty much froze. Either he had no idea what to do, or he was told to do nothing.
And personally, I think he was told that morning what was happening, but was told to do nothing about it. Because he looks like a guy whose hands are
tied....that he knows what's happening, but he can't do anything about it.
So, I thought about this, and this is what I came up with:
1. First, if the president of the US thought that we were being attacked by foreign terrorists (as he says) I don't think he would just sit there
with a terrified look on his face and stay in in the school, reading to school children. Why? Well, first, that woudl put the children at risk,
because anyone knows that if a country is attacked, they would want to go for the president.
2. Secondly, I don't think the secret service thought that we were being attacked by a foreign country, because if they were, first of all, they
wouldn't have let him go into the school, and second of all, they would have gotten Bush out of the school faster than you could count to 10.
3. If Bush had planned the whole thing, he would have been able to put on a better poker face than he had that day. Look into his eyes after Andy Card
whispers into his ear. Does that look like the face of a man who has planned a false flag operation? Hell no. He would have holed up in the Oval
Office for that, wanting to know minute by minute what was happening. But even if he didn't, and wanted an alibi, he would have had a better poker
face than that. Look at the man's face....he clearly looks terrified.
So, what does it add up to?
Well, by the look on his face, he clearly knows that SOMETHING is happening....and my thinking is that he was contacted that morning by SOMEONE who
told him to do nothing. Maybe they told him don't do anything it will be worse. Or, maybe his advisors told him that they know that it was planned
from inside, but he was told to stay put until they figure out who the hell did it.
Also, here is another thought: do you really think his (Bush's) co-conspirators would let him out in public on that day, allowing his every move to
be scrutinized?? Nope. Too much risk. They would have wanted it to look very clean. Plus, if Bush was in on it and they really wanted to make it LOOK
like a terrorist attack from the beginning, they would have chosen to whisk him away lightning fast to a secure location.
See, none of the events make any sense. If you're going to go through the trouble and expense of making it look like terrorists, you sure as heck
wouldn't spare the expense of taking him away to a secure secret bunker.
Once again, it just doesn't look clean enough for a false flag operation. They would have had all their loose ends accounted for, if he was in on it.
They sure as heck wouldn't have let him go on public TV with that look on his face. He looked terrified....not like a confident president knowing
exactly what to do in the face of an emergency.
Think about it...if they went through all of the things they did to plan the false hijacking events, they would have definitely gone through a lot
more trouble to make sure that Bush looked presidential and in total command of the situation. They would not have put him in a school doing a book
And most of all....think about this: The fact that Bush was at a school reading a book to school children makes him look like kind of a wimp. If the
black ops forces really wanted to humiliate him, that would be the EXACT time to attack him, too....while he is at a school reading to little kids.
How embarassing, when you think about it. The US is getting attacked and what is the president doing? Reading to a class of first graders. Real
So, yes I think it was planned.....but not by Bush's people. I think it was once again all about power and control. They're basically thumbinb their
noses at us....look what we're doing to you.....and all you can do is sit there and read to first graders. I think that was intentional. I think it
was meant as an attempt to humiliate the administration. In away, it's another psy ops maneuver. "Look at the leader of the free world....he's not
so strong....he's reading to school kids when his country is being attacked!"
But, that's just my take on the situation: I think it was part of the whole psy-ops/black ops operation, meant to humiliate the president; to make it
look like he was caught totally off-guard, and to make it look like our president is weak and incompetent.
[edit on 5-1-2009 by nikiano]