Comment: And on it goes...

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And on it goes...

Many of us believe that government bureaucracy begets incompetence and failure. It is widely held that the federal government employs those that would otherwise not be highly employable. It is understood that the average government worker is a lazy, inept blood sucker. Yea? Do we all agree with this basic premise? Don’t get me wrong, I understand that there are exceptions to the rule. The federal government accidentally hires (and keeps) a small percentage of smart, hard working people. However, the vast majority of government workers simply lack the ingredients for success.

Why am I talking about this? For an organization wishing to carry off such a massive operation such as destroying three buildings, killing thousands of people, and plunging the world into WWIII, it would require that everyone involved be of the highest caliber of intelligence, dedication, and loyalty to the “cause” and the operation. If would take hundreds (if not thousands) of people working in tight tangent. There would be so many moving parts to the operation to control that even a group of inhumanly intelligent people would have to study every possible scenario and come up with a massive list of contingencies.

Not one screw up? Not one leak? Not one dropped ball? The perfect execution of such a massive operation? Do we really think the government capable of success with even the smallest projects let alone one as huge as this would be?

Do I think that government is capable of hatching a plan like this? Are they really that evil? Yes and yes. Do I think that they could pull it off? No.

Sure, the government can lie and say that the North Vietnamese shot at a ship in the Gulf of Tonkin. That’s an easy lie to pull past the average idiot. Yea, they can stir up emotions when they deliberately get a passenger ship sunk (The Lusitania). And, yea, they might even be able to shoot a president and pull it off. But, come on, taking down three buildings with controlled demolitions? Getting the explosives in place (and wired properly) without any witnesses and then getting two passenger jets to slam into the buildings. And, there’s so much more that would have to be planned and executed to control the whole thing. Really?

I am so very tired of you people spending so much time on this subject. I cannot begin to express how much it bothers me that the Daily Paul and the liberty movement in general is distracted by those of you that constantly post on this subject and relentlessly abuse those of us that take the time to disagree with you or simply tell you how old all of this is getting...