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Senior Advisor

Re: no surprise, just disgust.


@hardnox604008 wrote:

http://www.antiwar.com/justin/pf/p-j031302.html

 

Also a substantial Mossad presence documented around the "hijackers".

 

Carl Cameron at Fox was the primary reporter on the case and he posited that the evidence suggests that Israel had "prior knowledge which they declined to share."

 

Thank heavens for our friends in Saudi Arabia and Israel.

 

But my question is, what button are they trying to push here, and why now?

 

Now seems fairly simple, the Greater Middle East project is ongoing, and not going particularly well.

 

As to the purpose though, I'm stumped. Perhaps the good congresspeople are merely doing their jobs, throwing a wrench in the spokes, or something. But I'm thinking there is a game going on here, particularly when a Murdoch pub takes the lead.


It is the saudis who have had a strangle hold on this government for decades.

Re: no surprise, just disgust.

Certainly. But if you begin with the proposition that the official story is preposterous at virtually every turn then you can proceed with the assumption that things that don't make sense aren't just serial coincidences- whatever may have happened.

Re: no surprise, just disgust.

Now that's hilarious.

Senior Advisor

Re: no surprise, just disgust.


@hardnox604008 wrote:

Now that's hilarious.


OH, really, after the boston bombing they rushed a saudi out of the country.

Honored Advisor

Re: no surprise, just disgust.

"why now?"  Well, to keep this dog and pony show going, wars are necessary, it used to be we needed one every 20 yrs or so, now we need perpetual war. 

 

Anyone wanting the truth, here is the "rabbit hole"   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-0BPMwgKNA  

Veteran Advisor

Re: no surprise, just disgust.

I would imagine that if we knew the whole story of the Trojan Horse, we would find some implication of Troy higher officials , too. Not much changes in human evolution unless you go past 50,000 years or more.

 

Should we let the chips fall where they fall or are there compelling national security issues that over ride raw honesty at times?

 

Our Obama could have elected to pursue this, but hasn't, and there must be a good reason for it. Maybe we find the real story about the assassination of JFK once we go down the rabbithole, too. And maybe we have to live, or more appropriately die,  with WW III and the end of the world once all the polite evasions are over.

 

I do believe that Mitt Romney was one of the few that demonstrated biggest enough testicles to extricate us from the Middle East headlock that we are entangled in. But that is just opinion and perhaps he would have been as much of a clusterfleck as Jr and Zero have been.

 

 

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Re: no surprise, just disgust.

I think you realy believe this crap from you tube, sad!

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Re: no surprise, just disgust.

No idea if this got puslished in other papers or not, but a really good read on what's not new under the sun:

 

http://www.startribune.com/opinion/commentaries/235805621.html

 

 

Honored Advisor

Re: no surprise, just disgust.

Tell us something that you found factually inaccurate in the presentation?

thinking about "why now?"

Caught me a little flat footed this morning.

 

I said at the time that when the Tea Party bolted on bombing Syria I didn't disapprove but had concerns about dangerous times ahead.  The falcon had clearly gone out of the falconer's range and there had to be some very serious concerns.

 

Also, while it might seem risky to play the game this way I'm sure that whomever is designing the psy-op has carefully tested it and is comfortable that it can be contained along tribal lines to avoid the questions leading to the greater ones that they beg.

 

I even imagine that I misread Sam's disgust in the matter and he probably saw it is a shameless attempt by the current resident of 1600 Penn to get us into Syria.  Which is probably true, in the simplest terms, if you stonewall there and don't follow the progression of logic any further.

 

Previous to this I've even imagined that the organized pushback in the GOP against the Tea PArty probably comes in large part becasue while the party doesn't mind a little guerrila warfare they get pissed when their own supply dumps get blown up.

 

I'm actually for the Tea Party in this Civil War although it is somewhat like Israel in Syria where they'd mostly like for all sides to just annihilate each other.