In plain sight

Remember The Maine ... and the Gulf of Tonkin ... and Operation Northwoods ...

Remember The Maine … and the Gulf of Tonkin … and Operation Northwoods …

Our big national day of mourning. Preceded by 10 years of war. Ten years of war. Are you hearing me? Ten … years … of war.

(sigh)

Yes, friends, I do believe there are people, born right here, who are capable of killing thousands of American citizens on American soil as a means of jumpstarting a war. I also believe there are people, born right here, who are capable of killing many thousands more American citizens on foreign soil as a means of prosecuting that war … forever.

The free-fall collapse of the towers, like the “pulling” of Building 7 and the still missing Pentagon security camera footage leave too many questions unanswered and mainstream media is too bought and paid for to force the issue.

Do I think it’s horrible that so many people died as they did on 9-11? Of course. Do I think they should be mourned? Well … initially, yes, but I also think that 10 years of mourning is kinda unhealthy. For the survivors, I mean, not for the war machine. Grief and fear and anger make the war machine go.