The most effective way to silence uncomfortable questioning is <br>to label that which you want silenced as "A Conspiracy Theory".<br><br>Y'all aught not to be so ready to use the Neo-CON tactics against <br>that which may be in your own best interest to at least evaluate.<br><br><br>I watched the report when it was shown months ago; personally, <br>I dismissed most of what was said, as overreaching, but that was <br>my own decision, and therefore not reached by consensus.<br><br>That said;<br>There's plenty of evidence around that states that "THE BIG DICK"<br>was looking for (and I quote) "A Pearl Harbor-Type Excuse" to<br>invade Iraq as a way of furthering Browne & Root/Haliburten's <br>holdings in the MiddleEast, following the end of "The Cold War".<br><br>Given what has transpired since that time, do you really find all<br>the "speculation" implicating these TWO all-but-convicted War <br>Criminals as being THAT far-fetched? <br><br>
My problems are the same as with any conspiracy. How many people must have been involved in the planning and execution of the plan this film suggests? All continue to be silent--or have they been killed?<br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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Yup. I see the pattern. They "allowed" 9/11 so they could pin it on Hussein. And then they "allowed" Katrina so they could thin out the Black population. So where's the part about "allowing" the tsunami so we could mess with Indonesia and those other pesky Asians. And I wonder if there's any merit to the story that Cheney put an ad on CraigsList looking for a cheap used meteor! <br><br>Tell me that the WH aggressively exploited 9/11, and I'm right in step with you. But if you're gonna claim that the attack was already on the agenda and they welcomed it or even facilitated it, and that Katrina was part of a Master Plan, well, I'll defer to the title of this thread. As yoyo said, this is scope you can't hide in a desk drawer.<br><br>Now, on to the Jobs/Gates Intel Mac conspiracy... *shivers*<br><br>
Sometimes I wonder if these kind of conspiracy sites are written by Karl Rove types. They almost sound rational and a few people (unfortunately now quite a few) fall for their complete bastardization of any evidence supporting conspiracy. So then any right wing zealot can point out one of these web sites and paint all liberals with the oh so kooky paint brush.<br><br>The facts are that the 9/11 event very much helped Bush and the conservative agenda (Rice: "We can use this".) That does not mean that they had anything at all to do with it. Connecting those two dots requires a ton of tin foil tightly wrapped.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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