Letter Writing While Awaiting Armegeddon
“[There’s] a strong body of evidence showing the official U.S. Government story of what happened on September 11, 2001 to be almost certainly a monstrous series of lies.” And in an online essay in late 2006, he wrote, “I now think there is persuasive evidence that the events of September did not unfold as the Bush administration and the 9/11 Commission would have us believe. “¦ An airliner almost certainly did not hit The Pentagon. “¦ The North and South Towers of the World Trade Center almost certainly did not collapse and fall to earth because hijacked aircraft hit them.” Seven CIA Veterans Challenge 911 Commission Report
Strong words, but not backed up very well by their “letter” —
“[W]e the undersigned wish to bring to the attention of the Congress and the people of the United States what we believe are serious shortcomings in the report and its recommendations. “¦
Omission is one of the major flaws in the Commission’s report. We are aware of significant issues and cases that were duly reported to the commission by those of us with direct knowledge, but somehow escaped attention. “¦
The omission of such serious and applicable issues and information by itself renders the report flawed, and casts doubt on the validity of many of its recommendations. …
The Commission, with its incomplete report of “facts and circumstances”, intentional avoidance of assigning accountability, and disregard for the knowledge, expertise and experience of those who actually do the job, has now set about pressuring our Congress and our nation to hastily implement all its recommendations. “¦
We the undersigned, who have worked within various government agencies (FBI, CIA, FAA, DIA, Customs) responsible for national security and public safety, call upon you in Congress to include the voices of those with first-hand knowledge and expertise in the important issues at hand. We stand ready to do our part.”
Either this is CYA time or more distraction, but I don’t see this as being a serious investigative request. Don’t forget that this same group of people are agents or former agents of the State apparatus, who six years later, are making (louder) noises about the 9/11 coverup.
Anybody with half their neurons left still firing already knows that the “official story” of 9/11 reeks of coverup.
I guess what really bothers me most is that expecting wolves to investigate and prosecute their own is pretty much hopeless. If these people were serious, they’d act like it and take serious action. Letter writing just doesn’t qualify anymore.
4 thoughts on “Letter Writing While Awaiting Armegeddon”
I think you are working through the cognitive dissonance of what’s going on around you. Part of you is screaming at the rest of the world to “DO SOMETHING, PLEASE!” and part of you recognizes that there is no saving the system. Now, if there is no saving the system then asking people to do something (about the system) is a waste of time, both yours and theirs.
The reason that I read your blog (and why I suspect many others do as well) is to get those bits of wisdom that come from accepting that we are not in control and that events are going to take a catastrophic turn. There’s no point in me screaming about Helicopter Ben rescuing the banks, though it does make for an amusing sideshow. But there is a point to me enhancing my survival position, either via supplies, knowledge, or practical experience.
So here’s my recommendation: that you focus on survival, in all its myriad forms and permutations, and only run the other stuff when you can laugh at it. 😉 Besides, your sharp, cutting sense of humor is a pleasure to behold when it’s on display.
My controllers only let me speak at certain times with certain words, otherwise, I’m locked up again. They’re hoping everyone is intelligent enough to read between the lines and understand what is being said, but not being said, because it can’t be said.Â Suggest you blame them.
In reality, we confront the greatest challenge the human race has ever encountered. It is beyond human experience, and so far off the scale, that those who truly understand would not be â€œhumanâ€ if they were not deeply affected. The situation is made worse by the mass hoards of sheeple who care not, and will be exterminated.
I do think it is a good idea to focus more on survival, and I agree most of the people reading this blog already see the dangers. But it is right to feel pity for the children. It is good to spread the alarm. Doing so within the current political climate is becoming increasingly risky. There is a word for those who would stand up and take that risk. It is â€œhero.â€