posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 08:16 AM
Just in case some of us forget, let me remind us all.
This country was founded as a nation of laws and not of men. This means "NO ONE" is to be above the law.
It does not matter if it is a parking ticket or capital murder, those who violate the law should be held accountable for it's violation.
Along with these freedoms which we enjoy here in the U S, we also incur the responsibility for our individual actions as freemen.
I was on the road when the planes flew into the towers of the World Trade Center in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001. When I got home at @5 PM central
time that day, the commentators covering this story were already talking about the involvment of Bin Laden and radical Islamic terrorists. Since all
the highjackers were obviously killed in the attack, how was it determined who was responsible so quickly. This is but one of many questions about
that day for which I can never find an answer. It may be that I have lived under my rock for to long, but I would like to get some of these questions
answered. I also know if the underlying premises of a story are found to be questionable, the narrative of the story must be changed. The more we
change a story the closer we will get to the truth. I suppose what I am really suggesting is for us to not stop asking questions until we are
satisfied with all the answers and the truth.
Please note the date and who made this statement.
FBI Admits No Evidence Linking Hijackers To 911
May 29, 2003
The FBI director stated flatly: "In our investigation, we have not uncovered a single piece of paper - either here in the United States or in the
treasure trove of information that has turned up in Afghanistan and elsewhere - that mentioned any aspect of the Sept. 11 plot."
This statment can be found at::
I have always found it interesting how we never hear a rebuttal as loudly as the accusations.
"IF" these men were not responsible for the attack, then who is? A good deal of the reasoning for the "war on terror" was tied to these attacks.
If it is shown that there were other facters involved, maybe it would be informative to find them out. This could bring this entire enterprise into
question. After all, when all else is said and done; "WE" the United States of America are the current aggressors in this war and I think we should
know why this is so. This "war on terror" seems to be rapidly becoming many battles between religions and cultures, and there are those who seem
bent on fanning the flames of this conflict. If this is allowed to continue, there will be little distinction between soldiers and civilians caught up
in the fighting and dying.
I am not attempting to make any statements or accusations about who may or may not have been involved with carrying out or covering up these events. I
have not been pleased with the tremendous lack of clarity which has resulted from the seemingly half hearted questioning done by those who were
designated to "investigate" this attack upon our nation.
Those who were involved with the acts which took place on Sept. 11, 2001 should be found out and dealt with in the manner under the laws which applies
to their case. I was not "directly" affected by these events, but I firmly believe the laws of my country were weakened by those involved and will
remain so as long as they are not brought to account for their actions.
Granted this will not bring back to life any of those who died that day, but those whom the dead left behind deserve much more than the stories they
have been told about these events.
Hate always needs something or someone to feed on; if we can deny it food, it will die.