posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 11:01 AM
I'll go one further.
Remember the "accidental" nuclear flight to Minot AFB? Remember that seven airmen died subsequent to this event? Remember the story being broken in
Military Times, a magazine which firmly believes in the US Armed Forces presenting a unified front?
I think it would be interesting to track down the friends and families of the dead airmen, to find out what kind of religious beliefs they held.
After all, what would make some people in the USAF break rank and break the law? Why, answering to a "higher" law, of course. Remember Mikey
Weinstein's allegations against an evangelical Christian "coup" at the USAF Academy?
Is anyone paying attention?
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I guess not. I suppose that, next to the chances of being attacked by an alien or stalked by agents of the New World Order for talking out of one's
rear on some website message board, my little hypothesis must seem rather far-fetched. Obviously, there's no way that religious zealots would ever be
useful to the pathocracy.
I'll bet you understand a distinction between this hypothesis and most of the others you have come across here on ATS. Maybe you can't quite put
your finger on it. Can you guess?
This one is real. The job of ATS is to gradually transform potentially dangerous conspiracy awareness into entertainment. One day you wake up and you
realize that there are no actual conspiracies in the world. It's all just entertainment. You find that you are no longer part of a movement, but an
audience. Any threat you might have once represented to the status quo has been nullified.
Screw it. I'm going to keep bringing it. It's good for you.
[edit on 26-1-2009 by applebiter]