the snowball effect, pt 2

So, if al-Qaida was not reponsible for the atrocities of 9/11, who is? At this point, I am thoroughly convinced that the events that took place on 9/11 did not happen the way the US government stated they did; the evidence against that version of events is too overwhelming to think otherwise. In fact, the “official” rehash of events seem more conspiratorial and fantastic than the belief that it was all orchestrated by people within the US for their own purposes.


Looking back repeatedly at the taped footage of the 9/11 attacks, one realizes that the perfect example of Orwellian propaganda and mind control has been pulled off on most of the American people (including myself, up until this point).  The media continually pumped the official lie into American psyches on that September day, so much so that we began to accept what we were being told.  Brilliant!  This propaganda shit really works!!   It succeeded for a while until some people began really looking at the disintegration of the WTC’s carefully, started looking at the missing plane in Pennsylvania and the Pentagon, and began asking questions.  The began the “snowball effect”.

The task at hand is to inform everyone around us about 9/11.  Most people have totally absorbed the official theory and haven’t even considered that Islamic extremists weren’t responsible for what happened.   Maybe we should put Larry Silverstein under oath and ask him some friendly questions about the “Freedom Tower” he’s building to replace the under-performing WTC’s which were so conveniently destroyed on 9/11…


~ by free71 on August 30, 2007.

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