posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 07:09 PM
Sorry, but I don't believe in the negligence hypothesis. This is a global organization, the most powerful military and spy organization the Human
race has ever seen, espionage upon espionage, and they "missed" the biggest single terrorist attack on American soil ever conceived, and it was
conceived by a man created by the US, and he did it all from a cave?
It's utter BS!
People on the inside knew EXACTLY what was happening, and when I hear people suggesting that no one in the biggest military and intelligence agencies
on the planet knew about it, it makes me angry.
This wasn't incompetence or simply failing, someone knew about it, probably more than a few knew about it, and they helped. There is a group of
Americans who ALLOWED this to happen, or were directly involved in its planning and execution.
I do not believe for one instant that this was just an "oopsie". It's sickening that Americans have allowed this charade to continue for so long
and have simply accepted that their government just messed up a little. They didn't, this was as much a domestic terrorist attack is it was an
externally planned one, and in my opinion anyone who doesn't think that is either ridiculously naive or needs psychiatric care.