- Preserving Yellowstone
- CULTURE FRONT: Winter art season takes flight
- GET OUT: Desert dose before the snow
- WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Casualties of Ambition
- PROPS & DISSES
- THEM ON US
- REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Chisler 348 death causes outrage
- MUSIC BOX: Days of digital free ride may be over
- THIS WEEK: Nov. 19-25
- Models of Diplomacy
Support our Troops with Truth!
“The pioneers of a warless world are the young men and women who refuse military service.” – Albert Einstein
A few weeks ago I sat atop a gigantic jumbled pile of granitic boulders amongst an ocean of ever reaching Joshua Trees. I listened to wind rushing over rock and the occasional “cluk-cluk”of a curious raven. All was serene, basking in the warm desert sun, until a series of sonic booms ripped across the surreal landscape.
The thudding drone of military helicopters soon followed like a swarm of annoying industrial gnats. These were sounds of war, in a most peaceful place, being created by new recruits at a nearby Marine base in preparation for the greed-induced madness that awaits them in the Middle East.
What really blew my mind as the bomb blasts echoed over the horizon was why are Americans still enlisting their lives away? How are they so oblivious to all the overwhelming evidence that has accumulated around 9/11 undeniably indicating it was an inside job?
Are they also unaware that it was lies that led to invading Vietnam? Or that the Navy knew the Japanese were going to attack Pearl Harbor 3 days before and let it happen so we could legitimately jump into WW II? History has effectively revealed that trusting the U.S. Military is harmful to one’s health.
We now know with certainty that the real “evildoers” behind 9/11 are the Bush boys, Cheney and Chumpsfeld. It couldn’t be any clearer at this stage in their sinister game. Their false-flag schemes have been systematically analyzed and exposed down to the second and molecular levels, but none of this information makes it onto our monopolized media networks. Thankfully, the internet keeps bleeding the truth 24/7. Dispersing critical information online is how educated and empowered citizens wage peace. A Facebook page just triggered the collapse of Egypt. Who’s next?
3 buildings engineered to withstand multiple airliner impacts do not collapse perfectly into their footprints at free fall speeds without internally planted detonations. If the so-called “Pancake theory” were true, then it would’ve taken 100 seconds for all those floors to domino to the ground. Instead, nearly perfect implosions occurred in less then 10.
The other frightening realization that’s surfaced is where did WTC buildings 1, 2 and 7 go? There was no massive stack of rubble pancakes, just tons of mysterious dust
Guilliani mentions on air that day to ABCs game show host Peter Jennings “we were told the World Trade Center was going to collapse” yet this was a supposedly unforeseen event? Who told him? That person had their finger on the button. I could go on and on, but it only gets more blatantly obvious who is really behind that fateful day.
“Support our Troops” is a popular, seemingly patriotic slogan these days. At this point, however, it is very clear that we’re immersed in Orwellian plots and have been for generations. The best way we can really support our troops is to educate them about the lies and deception that surround 9/11 and led to a corporately crafted call for war. U.S. soldiers risk their lives for control of oil, not promoting democracy, while conveniently collapsing our economy in the pandemonium.
It seems that the only way to stop the military/industrial war machine that President Eisenhower warned us about is if we wake up our volunteer combatants to the reality that they are in fact being exploited like disposable pawns. They are not American heros, but unfortunate fools. However, Eisenhower also prophesied the future, “I think that people want peace so much that one of these days governments had better get out of the way and let them have it.”
We The People need to bring our people home and end this intentionally endless war. Ignorance isn’t really bliss when we’re all are being dissed.