Common sense analysis of this, that and the other

Out of the blue

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Being someone who always (always) likes to know the very truth, how things work, why they happen (or don’t), I have taken great interest in the mysteries associated with the tragic day that was 9/11. I don’t believe in conspiracies (although they do of course exist, sometimes perhaps for the good of the good?), but I have, until about 5 minutes ago, been interested in what exactly bought down WT7, and why the BBC reported it’s destruction before it actually occurred. Not to mention the lack of one single photograph, home video or CCTV footage of the aircraft that hit the Pentagon.

Well, minutes ago, whilst reading about The Guardian’s interesting project to document what people were doing when they learned of the attacks, I came across this…

Julian Borger, diplomatic editor
I was watching TV in the Guardian’s Washington office. A colleague dropped me at the Pentagon. As I ran around the building I came to a huge burning hole. The Latino gardeners, who had seen the Boeing 757 fly straight into the building, stood there completely stunned.

Like most of you I am sure, I have read and watched thousands of (level headed) articles and reports on 9/11, and not one, not one! has dealt with these mysteries in a credible manner, therefore leaving some of us with doubts that we are being told the whole truth. But when a journalist from a left wing publication of all things discloses something like this, a good portion of such doubts are quashed.

I think you know what I mean.

This still doesn’t explain what happened to WT7, but if you would like some creative common sense input from this blogger, it really was demolished by one of it’s occupants to protect sensitive materials inside that may otherwise get blown all over the city like the papers from the twin towers – or taken by looters or foreign agents from within the damaged building. No conspiracy, just precaution in the same way the stealth helicopter that crashed during the mission to kill Bin Laden himself was destroyed by the US special opps team to prevent such advanced military technology from falling into enemy hands.

So, there you go, after all this time – head scratching, research, chatting with people and all else, a random paragraph in The Guardian unexpectedly brings it all home. Why? Because I trust the source and the witnesses quoted.

The moral of the story? With patience, cakes get baked and questions answered.

Fight back club: Give it time.

For those wondering what my views are on the whole 9/11 event. To quote that setting on the world’s largest social networking site, “It’s complicated.” However, I did predict it 7 or 8 years before that terrible day. The reasons 9/11 happened are also outlined clearly in the aforementioned short story and as I type this almost 20 years since being ‘inspired’ to write The Party, I stand by the concepts discussed then. An analysis and prediction you understand, not an attempt to be judgemental. In simple summary: Vast differences between Eastern and Western culture. Period.

With regards to all the conspiracy theories, of course, it would be impossible for something so daring and complex to be pulled off (in the West) without one person squeaking, but ‘allowing’ one or more components of the attacks to occur for various reasons to do with that great lumbering oil tanker that is humanity’s destiny is a possibility I have entertained based on events decades prior to 9/11, where a heinous ‘own goal’ (or ‘false flag’) act has been carried out. Oh, I just don’t know! But do you? 😛


Written by Oflife

August 28, 2011 at 12:04 am

Posted in Politics

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