posted on Aug, 12 2013 @ 02:19 PM
I am curious as too who else may have felt the way I did on the day of the 911 attack.
I was first aware of the attack about 10 minutes after the first tower was hit because of a phone call from a friend informing me of it. So, needless
to say I was watching the tv and news that day pretty much from the start of it.
Now my question is, why, would a pretty well educated person like myself, that as of that point hadnt really discovered sites like ATS, have one of
my first thoughts about it be, "What have we done now?"
While watching the news, I was also in a chat room watching and discussing the news as it broke with others and I mentioned then right from the
beginning that I thought we were behind it. Of course people asked why and if I recall correctly, my thoughts pretty much ran along the lines of,
" We are one of the only countries that have the intelligence, the means, and the money to pull it off."
Why would these be my first thoughts? Ok, maybe not my exact first thought, but it did start running in my mind probably 20 minutes into watching the
horror of it all. Why was this my first gut feeling?
So, like I asked in the beginning, was anyone else having those first thoughts themselves long before it grew into the conspiracy rabbit hole it has