View Full Version : should we still anticipate something for 9/11 anniversary?

09-10-2005, 05:33 PM
and by the way, does anyone know where I can d/l some Stan Monteith lectures?


09-10-2005, 05:40 PM
I really, truly wish we would cease and desist from referring to tragic event dates as ANNIVERSARYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

An anniversary is a GOOD !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sorry, Thumper. Couldn't resist.

Don't know about the lectures. I checked out iidb and registered, but they wouldn't let me use BlueAngel.

09-10-2005, 05:42 PM
try putting a space in it :-)

09-10-2005, 06:45 PM
As for your question, "should we anticipate?" Would they dare?

As for your suggestion, I'll try the space; however, it just doesn't feel right any other way.

"NO SPACE!" I'm just following past instructions.

:lol: 8-) :lol: 8-) :lol: 8-)

09-10-2005, 07:11 PM
Well, lets look at this numeralogically shall we:
9/11/2005>>>>> 9 + 11 + 2 + 5 = 27, 2 + 7 = 9. So is that significant? :-P

09-10-2005, 08:06 PM
I think we've had our next act of terror: Hurricane Katrina.
When you stop to think about it, the pieces start to fit:

1)The rumors about the military leaves being cancelled -- they knew they were going to need all of the manpower available for the occupation and seizure of the city.

2)The rumors about General Kevin Byrnes being dismissed because he was attempting a coup (reported in the lamestream media as punishment for "adultery") -- maybe the general was closing in on this pending operation, and they needed him out of the way. Or maybe he was someone in the chain of command that they didn't trust to take their "stand down" orders until the situation turned into a full-blown crisis.

3)They know after the London bombings that no one is buying into their fabricated acts of terrorism anymore -- so they needed to give it a new and unique twist: make the next event look like a natural disaster.

4)Katrina serves the same purpose as another 9/11 -- It weakens the country further, heightens internal conflict and provides the government with more excuses to impose additional martial law-type restrictions and infringement of civil liberties.

5)Even without a bin Laden or Saddam to scapegoat, the New Orleans Holocaust may still provide the neocons with the necessary incentives for further military aggression in the Middle East -- to divert public attention and to lower runaway energy prices by seizing more oil-rich real estate.

09-10-2005, 08:17 PM
Yeah, I doubt anything will happen tomorrow other than more NOLA coverup.

09-10-2005, 08:44 PM
Now that I think about it, the NO disaster makes sense. The goal is to have a police state. Whether it's terrorism or natural disasters and by with holding help onto the point of social turmoil they've acheived the same net result :-P :-P :-P

09-10-2005, 09:23 PM
...then again, what do I know?
:-P ;-) :lol:

09-11-2005, 06:42 AM
FEMA's director was a pawn, no?

No experience.

Sent packing.

Made to look like he failed, but he played his role.

Doesn't matter.

There was still a four day STANDDOWN and it wasn't due to his inexperience or mishandling.

What? Bush doesn't watch TV? Doesn't keep up with impending Category 5 Hurricanes? FEMA doesn't receive briefings?

Any person in their "right" mind without political stature could see HELP was needed desperately.

Are we suppose to believe the President and his men are this DUMB???? or this calculating?

We all witnessed people dying and suffering as the calvary stood still.


Simple questions deserve simple answers without years of investigations.


Several reasons, but most important was an attempt to take control of Lousianna's National Guard.

Two millitary failures within four years!

And, they want to Federalize the National Guard?????

Their plan is advancing at lightening speed.

I'm gettin' out of DODGE!!!

09-11-2005, 09:42 AM
I too think Katrina may have been this year's 9/11. I also heard about military leaves being cancelled from September up to around Thanksgiving Day.

A lot of people such as the people who run cloakanddagger.de thing Katrina was created by HAARP, this weather array. Weather warfare. Now some people are starting to point fingers at Russia for it!

I can't say I've ever heard of martial law right after a hurricane. Then again, I've only started keeping track of them in recent years.

09-11-2005, 12:40 PM
Are they in cahootz with the Russians???

Not an attack yet, today, but it's only 2:30 P.M. However, a threat has been made by a MASKED Al Qaeda member on 911:

I think the CIA ought to get right on this one. Come 'on boys!

NEW YORK - A tape delivered to ABC News in Pakistan this weekend features a masked man making terrorist threats against Los Angeles and Australia.

ABC News reported that the man is believed to be Adam Yahiye Gadahn, an American from California purported to be an al-Qaida member and wanted by the FBI. The CIA said Sunday it was aware of the report but had no immediate comment about the tape's authenticity.

Counterterror officials believe Gadahn also may be the person on a 75-minute video given to ABC News last year in Pakistan.

The tape was aired on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Sunday, the fourth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. The man on the tape, wearing a black turban with most of his face covered, calls the attacks of four years ago "blessed events" before making a threat against the U.S.

"Yesterday, London and Madrid. Tomorrow, Los Angeles and Melbourne, Allah willing. And this time, don't count on us demonstrating restraint and compassion," the man says during the 11-minute tape.

He goes on to call President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair "liars" and issues a warning.

"We love peace, but when the enemy violates that peace or prevents us from achieving it, then we love nothing better than the heat of battle, the echo of explosions, and slitting the throats of the infidels," he says.

Investigators have said Gadahn, who grew up on a farm in California, converted to Islam as a teen, moved to Pakistan, attended al-Qaida training camps and served as a translator for the terrorist organization.

A phone listing for Gadahn's father, Philip Gadhan, could not be found Sunday. Last year Philip Gadahn said that he was baffled by the allegation his son was an al-Qaida operative, saying he has spoken to his son only occasionally in recent years, but still can't imagine that he would be involved with a terrorist network.

Pakistan's Interior Minister Aftab Khan Sherpao said that authorities in his country "naturally inquire when such a tape appears, to know who delivered it or how. Asked whether Gadahn could be hiding in Pakistan, Sherpao said, "I have no information."