posted on Aug, 15 2004 @ 03:06 PM
Understand that i am gay. It is both sad and yet richly humorous in the black comedy universe. Some people in power demolished 3 skyscrapers and fired
a missle on the Pentagon right in front of all our eyes and we refused to see what is/was obvious.
In a country that denies me my basic civil equality [for the same moral inferiority justifications that were used against women and blacks in the
past], I get a front row seat to watch while people tirade about "getting those terrorists" while being very certain they are in Washington and Wall
Mostly I have to laugh, it is the way the universe works, occasionally i do shed a tear for the murdered thousands in America, and the many thousands,
some of whom are still dying in Iraq and Afghanistan, Americans and Arabs, But life does go on doesn't it.
Now on to salient questions:
Q1. What about the Insurance companies? There is no way they would have sat idly by being forced to shell out 7 billion in settlement costs without
some kind of threat or payoff? Any Ideas? Would they have been too afraid of a market collapse to reveal the truth if they knew it? Were they paid off
by the government?
Q2. Do you agree that the actual passenger planes are somewhere in the Atlantic? If so where [how far] could they have gotten? If someone comes up
with one of those I rather think people will see things in a different light.
Q3. What would the repercussions be if America, Europe, the Middle East and the rest the world suddenly knew that 911 [OK City too] were government
sponsored actions. That we had fought two wars, killed tens of thousands of people (including our own) all because high powered media manipulators had
lied to everyone. What about the Arabs, so happy and celebrating and feeling empowered, now realizing the ugly truth that they were impotent and
powerless, would they get crazy and become the actual bogey man we made them out to be?
Q4. What would be the best strategy financially? Do you think markets would collapse, or would it just be the US market, riddled with doubt? It the US
dollar a safe bet or should one turn to strictly tangible assets?