posted on Jul, 17 2013 @ 12:28 AM
I'm sure this will all be common knowledge in 60 years, when no one is in any danger of being held accountable. The government will release the
documents surrounding 9/11 and will probably admit openly to having had a major role in the attack that the general public wasn't aware of. And it
will likely be justified in the form of some public official saying "the public didn't want to go to war, but we (government) did. So we staged
something to fool everyone." And the children of that generation will say, "Oh, well that's understandable then. Getting into war was a good
thing. If America hadn't intervened, we'd have collapsed economically and would be under threat of being owned by a foreign power. If anything,
the world should thank us."
Kind of like that time that the government knowingly allowed us to be attacked within our own borders and then pretended they had no idea it was going
to happen. And then we nuked those guys. Then, despite the "threat" being neutralized, we jumped in on a war that was coming to a close regardless
of whether or not we showed up, because we waited too long for it to actually matter in any way. Oh, and this was all after instilling a belief
within the general public that the pro-genocide militaristic governments rising in foreign nations were simply misunderstood via blatant
You guys remember that?
But I digress, questioning the events that took place on Dec 11 2001 is a disgusting act. You should just accept what politicians say through
mainstream media sources. It's not like politicians and the mainstream media are blatantly corrupt, have knowingly lied to the American people's
faces, and/or have pushed a criminal agenda before.
Plus, no politician has EVER reported on something serious before researching the fact. Plus, they're always well-studied experts in whatever field
they're discussing - and if they aren't it's not like they talk as if they are.