Originally posted by FDNY343
Originally posted by GhostLancer
Whatever the amount actually was, if I was wrong in saying 3 trillion, then I apologize. The main point is completely unchanged: 2.3 **TRILLION** is
still a lot of money to "misplace." And, I wasn't pointing out that it was Bush's fault. It doesn't matter whose fault it was/is. 2.3 TRILLION $$$
of taxpayer money vanished. It was announced on September 10th by the SECDEF. The next day, the location of that information and the people who
managed the information suffered major damage.
It was announced MUCH earlier than that. March of 2000 and again in Febuary of 2001.
And it didn't just "vanish". The money was spent on things over YEARS and the two systems that accounted for all of it, couldn't communicate. They
could't TRACK it.
Check out this CBS report, now on YouTube. www.youtube.com...
He (SECDEF Donald Rumsfeld) clearly announces this on September 10th, 2001. It is fact. Sure, there might have been announcements prior to this, but
NOT from the SECDEF himself. Many people are going to nitpick this to death, but the clear fact remains: the SECDEF announced this missing money,
unaccounted-for money, the day before 9-11. The location where this compartmentalized information was stored (and the accountants who controlled it)
is precisely where the explosion (whatever the cause) took place.
And, for the poster who said something to the effect of "give it up, because conspiracty theorists won't believe the truth, etc." You might want to
take that same angle on yourself. People who have bought the official story hook, line and sinker are UNWILLING to look at all the facts with an open
mind. It's a shame. I'm not saying that our government did this. I'm merely pointing out that there are MAJOR inconsistencies with the official
story and scientific and evidential facts. I have never accused the Bush administration of orchestrating 9-11. I have only pointed out facts.
Could there be, what's been called, a "shadow government" operating under the radar of public accountability? Could there be organizations that have
been so secret for so long that they are no longer accountable to our visible government? Could there be special/black operations so special and so
black that they have no one to answer to? Maybe. Maybe for all of the answers. "Weird" things have been going on in our country since the late
1940s and especially since the early 1950s. Administrations come and go every four or eight years. These secret facets to our government which exist
beyond public awareness have no shelf life. Sure, all of this paragraph is conjecture. I admit that. But it's INFORMED conjecture, along the lines
of a scientific guess, an informed estimatation.
There are simply a LOT of things that are inconsistent and/or coincidental about the Pentagon situation. That's all there is to it. So far, no video
has been presented that clearly shows any kind of airliner. Nada. Zero. Ziltch. When that happens, well, then there's cause for new debate. Right
now, to date, it seems that will never happen because no such video exists. Seeing is believing, right? And even then, one must be skeptical.
Most people don't realize that the roles of "believer" and "debunker" are truly REVERSED when it comes to 9-11. The "believers" are not the
quote-unquote conspiracy theorists. The "believers" are those who have accepted the official STORY as true without truly looking at the facts, caught
up in a patriotic conditioned response. The "debunkers" are what are widely called "believers." You see, the true "debunkers" in this situation are
those who are calling fowl to the falacies in the official story.
And, that is the toughest kind of patriotism, the hard route, the path that makes you look deeply and objectively into what's going on even though
it's uncomfortable because it makes you look at the country you THOUGHT you knew in a different light. The true patriot explores all avenues with an
open mind, even when that avenue reveals truth that is shocking, riveting and world-changing.
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