Originally posted by theflashor
Let me throw another theory into the equation..
Maybe these people all know that it was a missile and charges, but just cant explain it. Better to tell the public that they have it figured it out
and know what happened instead of saying a huge failure in US security,...
... Could it be a bigger conspiracy then first thought? NWO? The higher then goverment?
Perhaps. I've always suspected that there's a VERY clear and well-defined "Need to Know Basis" structure. You know the NWO / Illuminati pyramid,
and apparently the elite of the gang are superior to all others in knowledge? Well, obviously the best way to create a conspiracy is to limit the
sharing of info, and maximize the number of controlled people. So while the top members are privy to all info / intel, there are many others who are
told what to do, and they simply obey. The less that these underlings know, the less chance there is of someone "spilling the beans." Each person
plays their part, without any knowledge of other players and parts (unless necessary, of course).
Bush and Rumsfeld may or may not know every intimate detail of the 9/11 conspiracy. A conspiracy is usually more successful if some of the players are
unaware, as they may act more naturally, and their reactions are real. Bush and Rumsfeld most likely knew many things before 9/11, and even more now.
They are clearly higher on the pyramid, and they would eventually "need to know."
But did they help in the planning? Judging by Bush's confused reaction on 9/11, I say no. To me, his reaction is EXACTLY what I would expect from a
person with below-average intelligence when faced with a crisis. He doesn't look good, he doesn't look like he's ready to lead. And I'm sure he
would have acted MUCH more noble and brave if he knew what was happening. It's not like people would have suspected anything if he acted like ANY
normal leader would have.
Roemer is simply a pawn, IMO. Maybe he figured out the truth himself during, or after, the investigation. Roemer had no role other than to make sure
the commission's official story blames al Qaeda. So he is Oswald, a patsy, and is not a part of the conspiracy. He's being used. So I guess if he
had a change of heart, he may have been trying to let us know the official story is garbage.
As to why people would obey commands from NWO members who may be their colleagues / bosses: I could see large amounts of money in the form of bribes
working; or blackmail through threats of private info that could be leaked by NWO members; or even threats against the lives of the controlled and
Anyway, this is just my opinion. Makes sense, from an intelligence and human nature standpoint.