False FlagsSubmitted by Stuck in foo-pit on Thu, 01/15/2009 - 00:23
I don't know what it is. I just can't get my brain to accept the concept that 9-11 was an inside job. The same goes for the Lusitania and Pearl Harbor. As I read into the facts I get turned off and go on to another subject. Is this just a defense mechanism? What am I afraid of? I was two blocks away on 9-11 and maybe I really just don't want to believe our "leaders" could be so cold-blooded and machiavellian. Or more likely I just don't know where the realization will take me, I could just go completely off the deep end. I already feel like I'm only a couple of steps away from becoming Howard Hughes. Also, if you even mention the possibility to most people they roll their eyes and stop listening to everything else you have to say.
Occam's razor says that the simplest explanation is usually the best one. When I just think about the timing, the resulting legislation, and all the debt, war and governmental power that resulted it seems the logical conclusion is that it was all planned. Leading into 9-11 we looked like we were heading into financial meltdown (not as severe as this one) and somehow this event told everyone that we all should do our patriotic duty and go shopping and buy houses we can't afford while the government runs huge deficits fighting imaginary wars. Then the investigation, what a farce.
It probably sounds like I already believe it, but while all signs point to it, somewhere deep down I disallow it. Do I seek truth? Or should I stick to the plan of informing people how our monetary/financial system is our downfall. They are much more receptive to that anyway.