Saturday, November 25, 2006

We're from the government, and we're here to help (rob, bind, torture, kill, and deceive) you.

The Wikipedia entry for the WTC Controlled Demolition Hypothesis is very well-researched. This will be around at least as long as the JFK conspiracy theories, such as "It was Johnson", which are going on 60. I hope we get some resolution someday, the forensic evidence that will allow the true story (whatever it is) to be written. Seventy-four percent of Americans believe (according to a 1998 CBS News poll) that there was a cover-up in the murder of JFK; ten percent believe Oswald acted alone. At the present time, about a third of Americans think 9-11 was an inside job. We know they lied to get us in a war. How many times does someone have to lie, cheat, and steal before you suspect them of murder and framing someone else for that murder as well?

4 comments:

Andrew said...

“Sometimes I wonder whether the world is being run by smart people who are putting us on or by imbeciles who really mean it.”
~ Mark Twain

unfortunately, Americans have selective amnesia, and rate fairly high in the apathetic scale towards government affairs that are not directly affecting them. People are also more willing to believe small lies (as they partake in them) than bigger lies. And be this a Christian Nation: If their selective Amnesia does not block it (the blatant lies) from memory, their forgiveness will. There are many factors in the American Psyche that that go against achieving the public good and/or their own personal good. And in combination with the propaganda and the control of information that the government does/have over the public, it makes matters worse for realizing what really happens behind closed doors. Which in turn causes special interests of a select few to be misconstrued as the public good of the Whole

The sad thing as this has been going on since the beginning: If you believe Beard's book An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States. Which I think is adequate to believe, as in most cases, with any political move there is an economic factor behind it. Beard argued that the motives of drafting the constitution was to benefit those who where drafting it, rich white males. And if you believe as howard zinn writes: “The Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia for 1787 was called to deal with this problem, to set up "big government," to protect the interests of merchants, slave-holders, land speculators, establish law and order, and avert future rebellions like that of Shays.”; In response to General Henry Knox letter to George Washington, about the rebels: "They see the weakness of government; they feel at once their own poverty, compared to the opulent, and their own force, and they are determined to make use of the latter in order to remedy the former. Their creed is that the property of the U.S. has been protected from the confiscations of Britain by the joint exertions of all, and therefore should be the common property of all."

tis all I must go socialize.

What I have gained from Noam Chomsky: Conspiracy theories, are a distraction, because those who control the information to turn it from a theory to a fact, will not let that information go. It is better to use what is publicly admitted and/or disclosed against the government, to point out their deceptive lies. There is enough of this material to show governments true nature; but you still need to get the apathetic propogandized masses to see it; because right now, they are dissonant to it.

Andrew said...

First excellent points to the man who posted before me ;)

Second: New cognitive data that I have just received; that I would like to share with you engendered by this article:

The 9/11 Truth Movement's Dangers
Nation: Dishonest Government Leads To Cynical Theorists
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/12/08/opinion/main2242387.shtml

This new data I speak of, is the wonderful invention of the Internet. I do not know how I missed it; and how, I did not take it into my calculations, while which I posited before still stands, this new data requires adjustment to my conceived notions of the situation.

side note I really hate word verifications

Blues Tea-Cha said...

That "Dishonest Government Leads To Cynical Theorists"
was actually a fair and well-written report.

I like word verifications as a filter to prevent splog --or is it blam? Word Verification is a low-level Voight-Kammpf test, the cheapest, quickest, and simplest way with present-day technology to determine if you possess a human(-like) nervous system -- until the next step of machine evolution.

It keeps the splog/bing/blam away. The only comment I have had to reject was a long rambling testament from the Meier Prophesies Swiss UFO cultist "gaiaguys", which was longer than the cumulative content of my blog, and slightly insane, having lost something in the translation from Alienese to Swiss German to English. (But I'm sure they're really nice people/cyborgs/aliens.)

Blues Tea-Cha said...

OOps. I meant Turing Test.

I like word verifications as a filter to prevent splog --or is it blam? Word Verification is a low-level Turing Test, the cheapest, quickest, and simplest way with present-day technology to determine if you possess a human(-like) nervous system -- until the next step of machine evolution.