posted on Nov, 9 2007 @ 03:59 PM
During my personal struggle to reconcile what I was learning that was in contradiction to the official 911 story, I started asking myself how it would
be possible for the government to pull off 911 as a scam.
So I got to thinking... how and where did they find people who would willingly rig the buildings for a demolition?
This is a scenario I came up with in my imagination. I'm not saying that this IS what happened... I have no evidence of that. I'm just saying that
plausible scenarios exist. So here it is:
Imagine a man in his early 40's (we'll call him Joe) who owns his own business and is doing very well. He makes good money, has two wonderful
children starting college, married to a wife of 20 years. But the guy found himself in a mid-life crisis, and sought to bring back excitement into
his life that he thought he was missing, and so started having an affair.
A few years go by, and the unfaithful jerk found himself spending a lot of money maintaining his family and his mistress. Over time the credit cards
became maxed, a 2nd mortgage was taken out on the house, and the kid's college expenses were getting out of hand. A little more cheating, a little
more lying, and soon the IRS started to catch on that he was cheating on his taxes.
The man comes to find himself being audited by the IRS. Amid all the stress the wife discovers the affair, and Joe business owner is in the middle of
a possible divorce, foreclosure, debt, tax problems, possible jail time, losing the respect of his children, losing his wife, having to pull his
children out of school. The man discovers he has heart problems which are going bring on huge medical bills, and the stress of it all begins to take
years off of his life. He knows it is all his fault, but if only there was a savior...
Then one day, out of the blue a knock comes to the door. Turns out it is a man who will not identify himself, but has the demeanor of an FBI or CIA
agent. What the man not-so-subtle explains to him is that he has the power to make all of his problems go away. He can clear all charges of tax
evasion, pay off all taxes he owes, will send his children to any schools in the country that they want to go for free. He even says he knows of a
fantastic marriage counselor which can help put his family back together. All he needs is one little favor...
Turns out the man who has gotten himself into this hole is the owner of a building demolition company. And he is being hired to discreetly rig the
Oklahoma city Murrah building. The man declines the offer.
Mr. agent man then changes his tone. Under threats of jail time, and colorful explanations of what is going to happen to him and his wife and his
children, explains the destruction that will occur to Joe and his family if he chooses to refuse, and gives him a day to think about it.