posted on Oct, 22 2012 @ 09:56 AM
I think the problem is that you use the word government without ever specifying which part of it is perpetrating it. I've heard some about the CIA,
which is reasonable, considering that they do illegal stuff without even consulting the government half the time, but that's not the entirety of the
government. It would make sense to have Bush be privy to it, but only to an extent due to his father being part of the CIA (if memory serves. I'm
probably forgetting something).
It's not that the government is incompetent. It is made up of hundreds of very intelligent men and women. The problem is that the government cannot
work together. There are always conflicting interests and errors made every day. In order for a conglomeration to pull off 9/11, they would have to
all agree to kill American citizens for some stupid greedy reason. No, it's much more reasonable that if someone did pull off the 9/11 conspiracy,
that it was only a few members within the government who had enough power and money to keep it secret from the rest of the government's eyes and
In my opinion, it would be much easier for someone on the inside to simple "overlook" the obvious signs of a terror attack and occasionally "misplace"
files, or consider people to be not a threat, even though they were on a watch list for suspicious activity (which pretty much every hijacker on 9/11
was). I still don't see any evidence for the far-reaching demands of the popular 9/11 conspiracy, but it is very clear to see some sort of
failure/treason on members within the government.
edit on 22-10-2012 by Varemia because: typo