Originally posted by HowardRoark
So who exactly are you talking about when you refer to “the Government?”
Are you including all of the rescue workers, the contractors, the engineers who inspected, cleaned up and rebuilt the Pentagon?
No, why would they be included? Do you still think Oswald killed JFK? If everything is as simple as you say, why is that still a mystery? Was the
entire secret service in on it? No, they were excluded, right? Someone knew (and possibly knows) what really happened that day.
What about the mid level bureaucrats, there are thousands of them? Are they in on the “conspiracy?””
They're all thrown into the confusion, as is everyone else. I won't be so bold as to say any conspiracy goes beyond the top dogs. Deceit is a
complex web, isn't it? It requires a plan with many, many backup plans, to cover all the bases. "Let's see...if they say this, then we say
Let’s say that you start at the top. You have Bush and his cabinet. But you know that those guys aren’t going to go out into the field and
get their hands dirty by cleaning up debris. So somewhere you have to have a mid level manager who can get the job done. This person needs to know
what the job is.
Sure, if indeed Bldg 7 was wired, someone had to do it. Is it so tough to believe that the CIA (or maybe an even more secret service...one we may not
even be aware of) couldn't place people in the right places at the right time? Under normal circumstances, nobody would even suspect anything. I'll
bet you I could plant a bomb in a building today, if I cared to...probably several, even with the "heightened awareness" we supposedly have going
on. As far as cleaning up the mess, that's done by people who just take orders and are kept far too busy to think about what they're doing. Besides,
someone already told them a plane hit the building. They're not going to question anything during all the confusion.
Furthermore, in order to cover your tracks for such a huge and widespread conspiracy, you would need more than one manager, you would need
Obviously, it doesn't take much to get people believing the "official story". Everything after that is labeled "conspiracy theories". The upper
execs have the most powerful tool for spreading propaganda...the media. Anyone else is labeled a kook, or something, right? Once the original story
comes out, that's what people are going to believe the most. After all, their TV's never lie, right? But, where do the official stories come from?
Why, officials, of course!
Then there are the ones who are actually doing the work. Not only do they have to know what is going on to “do the deed” (whatever it happens
to be), but they have to be able to operate around those people who have a legitimate reasons to be there. They have to do it in a way that does not
raise suspicions. Where are these people? Are they all totally evil?
Money buys alot of things. I guarantee that there are alot of airport security guards that can be bribed quite easily. Others, firemen, police, etc.
are never clued in on a major conspiracy. Why would they be? If you remember, there were even a few firemen that claimed to have heard explosions that
they thought could've been bombs. There are building demolition experts that swear Bldg 7 was rigged. But, as we all know, the official story is the
only one that really matters, since anyone else who has anything to say is obviously a fool, or crazy.
I'm just an inquisitive person. I don't take things at face value, until I decide there's reason to. People are constantly trying to fool you, in
case you hadn't noticed. Everything from advertising to politics...everyone is trying to trick you into believing something. Why, you may ask? So
they can take advantage of you, of course. Only a real fool believes there are no conspiracies.
BTW, if you'll notice, I never commit to these theories. I only ask questions.
[edit on 16-9-2004 by Damned]