I like history. A lot.
The thing that most people who don't like history don't understand, is that history is much more than people and places and times. You can actually see a lot from the history that you learn. As the saying goes, "Success leaves clues". And so does History.
Now, with the anniversary of 9/11 coming up on Friday, I thought I could throw out my 2 cents about the subject this week, but I have avoided actually talking about it on the actual anniversary of the event out of respect for those fallen souls.
Now, because the sensitivity of the issue where so many people lost their lives, and families of people who lost loved ones, I would like to start off by saying, that I am truly sorry for your loss. This was a day that was unlike any other in our lives. There are very few days where something this surreal happens where you remember where you were on the day, but this was certainly the biggest of my generation.
What most people will tell you about 9/11 conspiracies are times and actions that will arise and peak your interest towards the events of the day. They will go into specific details of how, and what happened that eventually lead to the collapse of the Twin Towers. There is even a 3rd tower that collapsed about 6 hours later across from the World Trade Center that most people don't know about. This is a direct ingredient of one of the conspiracy theories. There are people that will tell you that there were charges laid in each of the 3 World Trade Centers and that the planes who crashed into the towers didn't or couldn't have caused the collapses.
There are the smoking gun theories about the Pentagon. There was never a plane crashing into it. There are no surveillance footage to prove that a plane crashed into it. Which is quite odd because it is after all, the most secure building in the United States, next to the White House. Yep, no footage, no pictures and no evidence. So anything could've actually hit it. But let's just assume that after seeing the carnage, that something definately did. So I don't really care what hit it, I just know it was damaged.
The plane that went down near Pittsburgh, well, a lot more was known about that than the really important one that hit the Pentagon. Nobody seems to know much about that, for some reason which is very odd. And seemingly, nobody asked questions and nobody seemed to make a big deal about it. They just behaved like good little lemmings following each other to their own demise. And in many ways, that's the way it is...
What is really unimportant in all of these facts, and what most people all seem to be missing is that this is all smoke and mirrors and misdirection to what the big mystery is about 9/11. And that is, it is the newest way to deceive the world and force America into a new Vietnam.
Before I get into that, keep in mind that this History thing is going to come back into this note once in a while. To brush you up, Vietnam was the tiny skirmish in Southeast Asia that consumed the American War Machine for over a decade in the 60's and 70's.
And as we all know, war is big business. Lots of jobs, technology and money made on war. Besides, the war lords spent all this money on their new toys, and it's kind of neat to get out and take them for a spin, right? So in effect, Vietnam was never a war that was intended to be won. It was just a war to be kept fighting for a long time.
It's kind of funny that JFK was committed to keeping America OUT of this war, and after nearly averting a nuclear stand off with the Soviets in Cuba, it was fair and safe to say that war had no place in his presidential agenda. And funny how that ended up working out for his cause; and the cause of his Administration when LBJ took over upon his death and took the country immediately to war in Vietnam. It's also funny to think that LBJ did not seek another election, and stood by as the Rebublican Richard Nixon fully committed the nation to that war. A war that could not be won, because there is no enemy. Does anyone see where the similarities are here?
Now walk into the first few months of George W. Bush's presidency in 2001. He is the son of former President George HW Bush, a US Navy pilot, CIA man, Vice President previous to being the President. George HW Bush is the son of Nazi sympathizer and bank man for Nazi funds, Prescott Bush. Yep, A lot of dirty laundry in that family. Like heaps of it. But let me not defray from where I was going...
George HW Bush lead the first Gulf War during his presidency. To be honest, he wasn't expecting to lose the re-election and it really thwarted his plan to conquor the world one oil field at a time in Iraq. By losing the re-election, it set up Clinton to waste the efforts that he has thrown into the mix to save his country from the Oil Fields that were almost in the grasp for Bush and his oil thirsty empire.
So it was no surprise, that his son George Jr. was able to carry Florida, his younger brother's state to carry the presidency into the hands of the Bush's once again. But unlike his father, there was no blind luck of Iraq invading Kuwait and allow the US Armed Forces to come to the rescue this time. Damn, that would've been really nice. There was no loss of American life that time around. How unconvenient for the families of the victims of 9/11, because now there had to be a launching pad for the Bush's to start an illegal war in 2 countries chasing a guy that they would never catch. Hmmmmmmmm, does this sound close to another Vietnam?
The thing about this, is that most people think George W Bush is stupid. And although he may not be a great orator, or know much about geography and history, he does know a really good strategy on how to keep his Empire alive. But I'll get back to that...
With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the USA became the world's only superpower. And militarily, there is no nation that could compete with its might. But history has proven every time, that no empire no matter how mighty, has stood the test of time. And although nobody could hit the USA in terms of might, there is a way where you could bring it to its knees.
The USA is the world's largest consumer of oil. I think the stat is 5% of the world's population, but 25% of the comsumption comes from the good ol' U.S of A.
That's quite a stat.
So if you wanted to bring that military to its knees, you could starve it of oil and it couldn't move. Is any of this ringing a bell?
So with a reason to move into Iraq and kill its leader and take over his country and its vast oil resources by basically re-colonizing it and setting up a government that will serve the US, it seems that should do it. And if that doesn't give you the entire picture, you can throw in the Saudi Arabian Royal family who are like family to the Bush's and you can pretty much control almost the entire Middle East Oil.
There is also a small country that nobody really pays that much attention to until lately, because nobody realized how much oil reserves that they control. Hugo Chavez is in deep shit with the Americans because he happens to be the leader of the South American country of Venezuela and they are the top 3 of the world's leaders in oil production. Now, isn't it funny how the States are mad at Chavez for not playing nicely in the oil sandbox with others?!
Anyway the point is, that this illegal war was created all by 9/11 and allowed the United States to wage war in Afghanistan to look for a man who they would never find, and then romp through Iraq to invade a country in order to prevent them from building "weapons of mass destruction", which they knew weren't there.
But nobody questions that, because they are all still looking at the still smoldering Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and a field in nearby Pittsburgh rather than realizing this:
That David Copperfield couldn't have produced a better illusion to mistify a nation of people and brainwash them into believing that they were victims of Terror.
But I don't buy it. And you should look into it as well.
And when you do, really look back into history for all the clues. Because they are all there to see.
As the saying goes, "You can fool some of the people some of the time, and you can fool most of the people most of the time. But you can't fool all of the people ALL of the time."
Don't let yourself be a statistic in one of these sayings.