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Old 09-10-2005, 09:06 PM
freeman freeman is offline
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Default Re: should we still anticipate something for 9/11 anniversary?

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.
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