posted on May, 2 2013 @ 04:07 PM
Originally posted by theconspirator
It seems like a lot of people involved in high profile government projects are dying latly. Its kind of hard to not think there is some type of
conspiracy going on.
I consider myself a skeptic first, but I see mounting evidence that something is amiss in relation to at least elements of our government. I don't
think President Obama is the problem. I think his drone program is reprehensible. I think he did the right thing in regards to Iraq. He claims he
wants to close the Gitmo detention facility down, which is, to my mind, the right side of the issue.
I don't have any solid evidence to back up my gut feeling; but my gut feeling is that there is a rogue element in our government which is responsible
for many of the questionable events we see today.
The U.S. Federal government is enormous. 2.8 million individuals work in some capacity as part or full-time employees for the U.S. Federal
government. If you included direct contractors, that number probably rises over 3 million.
I've managed small-to-medium sized groups of people. In any group of people larger than 20-25, factions and groups start to form.
If only .01% of the Federal workforce aligned themselves in a group antagonistic to the U.S. Consitution, that would mean there were 300 people
working at cross-purposes to the American people.
If .1% of the Federal workforce engaged in similar activity, that would mean there were 3,000 people working at cross-purposes to the American
That's .01% and .1% not 1%.
300 people spread out among various agencies could do tremendous damage to the nation. They could bury terrorism investigations (Tamerlan Tsarnaev).
They could stage suicides (Gitmo attorney #2).
This is all gross speculation. As I said, I have no hard evidence. But could a foreign government or an independent organization plant 300
conspirators among 3,000,000 people? This doesn't seem outside the realm of possibility to me at all.
I'm more inclined to believe something like this is going on, rather than some grand, top-down conspiracy. I just don't think politicians and the
government are well-organized enough to maintain a top-down conspiracy. I also think it would be impossible to maintain secrecy among tens of
thousands of people.
I do however think 300 highly-trained, ideologically-motivated insurgents could maintain secrecy for a period of time.
Originally posted by andy1972
Two lawyers dead in less than two weeks...?? One shot in the head...?? WTF is going on at Gitmo... This needs to mainstream.
I did not see a story on another Gitmo-related attorney dying. Do you have a link to a thread or article?