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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Eventually, maybe, we'll have some clarity.

Each April National Public Radio airs a number of interviews with IRS officials and "reminders" that if you don't tell Big Brother how much you made and send most of it in to them you will go to prison or worse. This is how the most successful voluntary taxation system in the world works.

From Friday through Monday of the week just past, NPR subjected us to virtually non-stop review of the official version of the events that we now call "9/11." I'm glad that's over, because I prefer it when NPR is a cut above Rush Limbaugh. Not that Limbaugh disagrees; he's part of the MSM as well.

Two airplanes flying into two buildings did not cause three skyscrapers to fall into their own footprints. The scope of the conspiracy that would make what I just said true is incomprehensible (to me at least), but not as incomprehensible as the official version of events.


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pulling the towers makes perfect sense to me but why building 7, Bob?

Bob Newland said...

It makes sense to you that the towers were imploded with thousands of people in them? Are you Dick Cheney?

Anonymous said...

Were there still thousands of live people inside when the buildings were pulled? Who gave the order then succeed in covering it up is what I'd like to know. Not Cheney but larry kurtz trying to do this on my phone. Blogger won't see me as anything but anonymous.

Bob Newland said...

"Pulling" (imploding) the buildings implies that the devices to implode them were set up prior to the plane attacks.

Of course, who gave the order is the question.

larry kurtz said...

All the WTC buildings were wired retroactive to construction to facilitate demolition upon obsolescence. The towers' demolition is no mystery to me. Building 7 is the mystery.

Bob Newland said...

Your explanation is denied by authority. I don't know how many people were still inside the buildings below the burning floors, but whoever imploded them knew that there were still people coming out.

taco said...

I kept an open mind about this. I don't think there was an conspiracy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpP7b2lUxVE&feature=related

Bob Newland said...

There most certainly was a conspiracy. At least two people conspired to fly airplanes into buildings. Obviously, there were more than two.

The extent of the conspiracy beyond that is up for theorization, since the facts will be a long time surfacing..