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Well, Sherlock Fucking Holmes Not Needed (1)

Jeremiah Cornelius (137) | about a year ago | (#44820739)

We understand this was done with US and Israeli collusion - and forensic evidence dispensed with almost immediately as salvage and scrap.

We KNOW the cell phone calls from the third plane were impossible. And there is forensics to demonstrate they did not occur,

WTC4 == WTF?!

The passport found away from the rubble, at the WTC site - for a "hijacker". Gee. Only one passport recovered on the ground, escaped from flames, what are the chances? Oh. And that "Hijacker" turned out to be still alive, thousands of miles away - and quite surprised!

Official story is total "lone crazed gunman" bullshit.

Still here as is my family (1)

WillAffleckUW (858324) | about a year ago | (#44821253)

Not a truther.

My brother, my uncle, and my foster brother all survived 9-11 in the WTC and Pentagon.

Wish we would take the money we waste in the Middle East and, instead of building useless memorials, invest it in US solar and wind to cripple al-Qaeda funding directly.

Re:Still here as is my family (1)

fustakrakich (1673220) | about a year ago | (#44823481)

...cripple al-Qaeda funding directly...

That's not a nice way to treat your business partners. And it could jeopardize the Syria mission. Even if we need nothing from them anymore, we can't leave the region and all its resources to the Russians and Chinese. On the other hand, it might be fun to watch them fight each other over it for a while. But let's remember, Europe does need them, and they have proven to be totally unable to handle the matter themselves, so we do it for them. The French connection is a powerful one.

You know, I have just as much regard for the government's conspiracy theory (which remains unproven) as anybody else's. I don't understand the faith here. The *9/11 Industrial Complex* has been one of the most profitable business ventures in a very long time. There's nothing "loony" about that. But people have to play their little charade and give it a pretty face. We ought to be able to milk it for another decade or so.

Re:Still here as is my family (1)

mcgrew (92797) | about a year ago | (#44832103)

That's not a nice way to treat your business partners. And it could jeopardize the Syria mission.

If I'm buying from you, you're not my business partner and you shouldn't expect me to be faithful. And by the time we are fully energy independent (we're close to exporting more oil than we export) the Syria crap will be history.

Even if we need nothing from them anymore, we can't leave the region and all its resources to the Russians and Chinese.

If we don't need those resources, why not?

Re:Still here as is my family (1)

fustakrakich (1673220) | about a year ago | (#44832603)

Maybe customer is a better word. Al Qaeda Inc. provides a service. Or maybe they are part of our special forces. The public doesn't know, but they certainly are not what mass media says they are. They only become the 'enemy' when the price is in dispute. Every single thing happening over there right now is the result of cost/benefit analysis. Politics and 'morality' are simply mental masturbation to distract and rile up the rubes so they end up doing all the dirty work. The propaganda tells them which way to point the grenade launchers.

If we don't need those resources, why not?

Don't want to allow 'competing' empires to grow stronger. Destabilization holds them off for a while. This is our intent in Africa, to slow down Chinese investment and influence in the area. The money trail is not that hard to follow.

Re:Still here as is my family (1)

Captain Splendid (673276) | about a year ago | (#44834773)

. And by the time we are fully energy independent

Yeah, I know the conservative media (and most of the MSM, too) like to parrot this little nugget around, but the US won't be energy independent, or even a reasonable facsimile thereof, until long after you're dead.

Re:Still here as is my family (1)

fustakrakich (1673220) | about a year ago | (#44835419)

"Energy Independence" is a bullshit buzzword created by racist marketers back in 1973. Such a thing is impossible if you're any more sociable than Ted Kaczynski.. I really would love to see them try to take American sourced crude off the international market. Thinking about it as a national agenda is pure delusion an a mass scale.

Re:Still here as is my family (1)

mcgrew (92797) | about a year ago | (#44839005)

"Energy independent" only means we export more than we import. Of course they're not going to stop trading.

Re:Still here as is my family (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44836093)

I wish you would donate just 1/2 of the money you earn from sucking dick, and use it to eliminate hunger.

You are the faggiest faggot on slashdot, by far. And that's quite an accomplishment.

Where's Mr 9/11 today? (1)

damn_registrars (1103043) | about a year ago | (#44821559)

I haven't heard anything from Rudy "9/11" Giuliani yet today. It is his day after all, is it not?

We don't need no steenking truthers (1)

fustakrakich (1673220) | about a year ago | (#44823129)

Everybody knows Allende killed himself:

"Es muy tragico. Our beloved Presidente shot himself 37 times, pausing only once to reload."

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