posted on Jul, 12 2012 @ 01:46 PM
Originally posted by jtap66
When I read that I'm a "paid government shill" just becuse I don't take loopy theories not backed by facts at face
It interests me. I also like to "deny ignorance". Guess what, my friends? Wild accusations in no way supported by fact IS ignorance.
Yeah, i'm an idiot because I don't believe the world governments are going to fake an alien invasion during the London olympics. Right. Clearly
i'm the one with issues.
edit on 12-7-2012 by jtap66 because: (no reason given)
I rather doubt you are a "paid government shill", though I see nothing wrong with a government subsidized secondary income in these trying economic
times, especially if one can work from home and avoid the daily commute. (cough cough just kidding)
But to the point, I (as well as a few others) find the official versions of events to be much harder to buy than some of even the weirdest conspiracy
Take for instance the pre-masticated version of 911:
We are led to believe that some "tangos" went down to Florida, had a few lessons in a Cessna 182 (or equivalent), and were then magically able to
precisely ram a 'heavy' (they handle like a wheelbarrow loaded several yards high with bricks, while you are at a dead run trying to roll it up a
1/2 inch wide ramp... get the idea?) into the WTC towers, and even more absurd, were able to hit the Pentagon. Really???
Try it in a simulator. See how tiny that structure looks from the air? Talk to the pros (ace combat pilots). No one in their right mind could swallow
that fantasy. The pilots I've spoken to have said that - though it was a terrible, despicable crime - it was also an impressive example of incredibly
I don't think it was done by 'UFO's, but frankly the 'spaceman' theory, or darn near ANY explanation other than the official one is easier to
chew. See the problem?
If the gov would stop making up bizarre stories to excuse their engineered (or in some cases, tacitly allowed) events the conspiracy theorists could
stop having to look for more logical, common sense explanations.
George Washington Hunt