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Old 04-26-2013, 03:20 PM   #1
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Default Why in the world would the United States want to bring down their own towers?

Well if you asked the late David Rockefeller, he would say something probably along the lines of:

"We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order."

- Rockefeller speaking at UN Business conference, Sept. 14, 1994

If you somehow don't know who David Rockefeller is I suggest you do a quick Google search on him for more info.

"We are grateful to the The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years, But, the work is now much more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries."

- Rockerfeller,founder of the Trilateral Commission, in an address to them in a meeting in June 1991


"Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing me and my family as 'internationalists' and conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure - one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it."

- Rockefeller in his own book, "Memoirs"

These rich elite families basically run and control the media and entertainment industries and have deep ties with the government. The amount of symbolism around them is simply incredible, and they are known devil worshipers. In fact in Rockefeller center plaza there is statue of the Greek god Prometheus, which is a picture of Satan, who "stole the torch from Zeus and brought it down to man" and gave it to mankind. Just as Satan tempted man into the knowledge of good and evil and "awakened" man. Lucifer was once the most beautiful angel and powerful angel of God who was overcome with pride and was cast out of heaven with a third of God's angels to dwell in our world. The devil is now known as Satan, which means accuser. Many believe that Genesis 1:3-5 is referring to this:

"Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good; and God divided the light from the darkness. God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. So the evening and the morning were the first day."

Which the Bible later goes on to say:

"This is the message which we have heard from Him and declare to you, that God is light and in Him is no darkness at all."

1 John 1:5

"For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places." Ephesians 6:12

"We know that we are children of God, and that the whole word is under control of the evil one." - 1 John 5:19

"The god of the age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel that displays the glory of Christ, who is the image of God." - 2 Corinthians 4:4

I'm telling you this because it's true, and Bible is true and it's prophecies are coming true. Look the world people! Open up your eyes.

This NWO stuff is prophesied in the Bible, and if you want more info:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pivPOLUN2ew

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Old 04-26-2013, 03:23 PM   #2
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Also if you haven't heard about the Denver airport, built by the freemasons, get on that ish like ASAP!
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It's been 12 years since it happened and still no nWo.
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You've got to be a teenager.
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As usual, conspiracy nuts give skeptics a bad name by creating stories about gold buried under one of the towers, new world orders and illuminati.

But there is a very strong case that certain Americans (not necessarily those in government positions, but some of them) were complicit in it. Look at what the Bush administration and Republicans gained from the attacks:

1. Increases military spending which increases Republican voting base (no different than increasing or refusing to cut entitlement spending increases Democrat voting base)

2. Ensures Bush's chances for reelection. His entire platform for re-election was terror, and he still barely won. Without 9/11, he is not re-elected. Period.

3. Massive contracts for companies with close ties to the Bush administration (Halliburton, GE, etc.)

4. Control of an oil rich region. It's an undisputed fact that the Bush family and the Saudis do oil business together. It's an undisputed fact that Bush family and the BIN LADEN FAMILY do oil business together. Still, it is an undisputed fact that both entities were at odds with Saddam Hussein. Osama was supposedly "exiled" from the family. However the bottom line is that America when was attacked, there was a member of a close business associates to the Bush's who took responsibility, and America proceeded to invade... Iraq. Which is exactly what they would have absolutely LOVED to do to begin with. But it would have been politically IMPOSSIBLE to sacrifice that much American blood and finance without having been conveniently attacked first.

5. Look at the mission statement of this neo-conservative think tank from 1997. Look at the names it is signed by. Look at its objectives. Ask yourself how many of them were achieved as a result of the September 11th attack. http://www.newamericancentury.org/st...principles.htm


This is not complex. People who get to the top of business and politics do so because they are wired with massive financial and political ambition. There are people on every rung of the socioeconomic ladder who are willing to discard human life for opportunity. Why do you think it would be different in a closed door meeting with Cheney, the Bin Ladens, Rumsfeld, Bush, Saudi Sheiks, etc? It's an indisputable fact that those people, the only people who would legitimately have the capability to orchestrate such a thing, gained form it in myriad ways.

That's what's so unfortunate about the Loose Change videos and these hidden gold, or "look in the corner of the dollar bill and you see two buildings on fire" things. They're like the people who make you want to NOT recognize the greatness of guys like Kobe or Lebron etc. just because the folks who go overboard about it are so damn annoying.

The idea that this complex and world changing event was orchestrated behind closed doors by the worlds most powerful interests, who gained more as a result than anyone else, is actually way MORE plausible than that it was done by a bunch of rag-tag camel jockeys with box cutter knives and a fetish for virgins.

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As usual, conspiracy nuts give skeptics a bad name by creating stories about gold buried under one of the towers, new world orders and illuminati.

But there is a very strong case that certain Americans (not necessarily those in government positions, but some of them) were complicit in it. Look at what the Bush administration and Republicans gained from the attacks:

1. Increases military spending which increases Republican voting base (no different than increasing or refusing to cut entitlement spending increases Democrat voting base)

2. Ensures Bush's chances for reelection. His entire platform for re-election was terror, and he still barely won. Without 9/11, he is not re-elected. Period.

3. Massive contracts for companies with close ties to the Bush administration (Halliburton, GE, etc.)

4. Control of an oil rich region. It's an undisputed fact that the Bush family and the Saudis do oil business together. It's an undisputed fact that Bush family and the BIN LADEN FAMILY do oil business together. Still, it is an undisputed fact that both entities were at odds with Saddam Hussein. Osama was supposedly "exiled" from the family. However the bottom line is that America when was attacked, there was a member of a close business associates to the Bush's who took responsibility, and America proceeded to invade... Iraq. Which is exactly what they would have absolutely LOVED to do to begin with. But it would have been politically IMPOSSIBLE to sacrifice that much American blood and finance without having been conveniently attacked first.

5. Look at the mission statement of this neo-conservative think tank from 1997. Look at the names it is signed by. Look at its objectives. Ask yourself how many of them were achieved as a result of the September 11th attack. http://www.newamericancentury.org/st...principles.htm


This is not complex. People who get to the top of business and politics do so because they are wired with massive financial and political ambition. There are people on every rung of the socioeconomic ladder who are willing to discard human life for opportunity. Why do you think it would be different in a closed door meeting with Cheney, the Bin Ladens, Rumsfeld, Bush, Saudi Sheiks, etc? It's an indisputable fact that those people, the only people who would legitimately have the capability to orchestrate such a thing, gained form it in myriad ways.

That's what's so unfortunate about the Loose Change videos and these hidden gold, or "look in the corner of the dollar bill and you see two buildings on fire" things. They're like the people who make you want to NOT recognize the greatness of guys like Kobe or Lebron etc. just because the folks who go overboard about it are so damn annoying.

The idea that this complex and world changing event was orchestrated behind closed doors by the worlds most powerful interests, who gained more as a result than anyone else, is actually way MORE plausible than that it was done by a bunch of rag-tag camel jockeys with box cutter knives and a fetish for virgins.


It's like Sophmore Year all over again.

So is Bin Laden a rag tag camel jockey or the sophisticated scion of family with international connections and fabulous wealth?
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It's like Sophmore Year all over again.

So is Bin Laden a rag tag camel jockey or the sophisticated scion of family with international connections and fabulous wealth?


In all likelyhood he is one of them. The other he is not... but he does play one on television. Or at least grainy video.

Are you sharp enough to know which is which?

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It's like Sophmore Year all over again.

So is Bin Laden a rag tag camel jockey or the sophisticated scion of family with international connections and fabulous wealth?


I also suppose it doesn't bother you that bin Laden popped up every time an election cycle approached or an unpopular policy was being proposed or pushed through congress during the Bush administration. Remember the terror color alerts? They arbitrarily went up every time the Bush administration wanted to do something questionable.

And I'm sure you didn't question the fact that bin laden was "caught" when Obama's approval rating was at an all-time low. Gas prices were rising quickly, Obamacare was polarizing and being challenged in courts, and his foreign policy directives were under fire. Suddenly "oh hey... we got bin laden!" "no body, no video, no evidence. but just trust me. we got him. focus on that plz."


If you don't even QUESTION basic things like motives and coincidences etc. you are really doing a disservice to yourself and your society. Not to mention showing how little you know about history, sociology, politics, and so forth.

You know there are people in places like Iran and N. Korea, and also France, or Russia, Mexico, Sweden or wherever you wanna pick that will believe anything the government says or does. We typically picture the people who do that in Iran and N. Korea as being brainwashed by a corrupt administrations propaganda. But if you act the same as they do, what do we call you?
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Because THE GOVERNMENT, MAAAAAN!

Logic is dispensable in the quest for furthering agendas and in the wake of this, healthy skepticism is abandoned in favor of abject foolery.

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Because THE GOVERNMENT, MAAAAAN!





This is the blueprint. It is art that imitates life.


There will always be sheep. People who's brains just aren't wired to see above what is simple, comfortable, and familiar. There will always be pigs. People who prey on exactly that in order to increase their own power.

There will always be assorted others on neither side who are just pointing it out to the sheep more out of incredulity of their ignorance than anything else. And they'll always be ignored.

Humans of Earth, that is your society summed up in a nutshell. Always has been. Always will be. This has nothing to do with tinfoil helmets, alien reptiles, da vinci codes, and illuminatis. I'm only talking about broad, basic, and time tested sociological fundamentals. Which, in adherence to the basic principles I already explained, will be too much for many of you to grasp.
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This is the blueprint. It is art that imitates life.


There will always be sheep. People who's brains just aren't wired to see above what is simple, comfortable, and familiar. There will always be pigs. People who prey on exactly that in order to increase their own power.

There will always be assorted others on neither side who are just pointing it out to the sheep more out of incredulity of their ignorance than anything else. And they'll always be ignored.

Humans of Earth, that is your society summed up in a nutshell. Always has been. Always will be. This has nothing to do with tinfoil helmets, alien reptiles, da vinci codes, and illuminatis. I'm only talking about broad, basic, and time tested sociological fundamentals. Which, in adherence to the basic principles I already explained, will be too much for many of you to grasp.

Well, as it happens, I have little interest in a lecture....especially one that will deal in what I am certain will be a steamy pile of pedantic bullshit that you type out merely to be impressed with your own vocabulary.

Skepticism is good. Leaders should be questioned. Lashing together disparate pieces of incomplete and inconclusive information to levy hare-brained accusations with zero accountability for the accuser is irresponsible and harmful to the species.
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I also suppose it doesn't bother you that bin Laden popped up every time an election cycle approached or an unpopular policy was being proposed or pushed through congress during the Bush administration. Remember the terror color alerts? They arbitrarily went up every time the Bush administration wanted to do something questionable.

And I'm sure you didn't question the fact that bin laden was "caught" when Obama's approval rating was at an all-time low. Gas prices were rising quickly, Obamacare was polarizing and being challenged in courts, and his foreign policy directives were under fire. Suddenly "oh hey... we got bin laden!" "no body, no video, no evidence. but just trust me. we got him. focus on that plz."


If you don't even QUESTION basic things like motives and coincidences etc. you are really doing a disservice to yourself and your society. Not to mention showing how little you know about history, sociology, politics, and so forth.

You know there are people in places like Iran and N. Korea, and also France, or Russia, Mexico, Sweden or wherever you wanna pick that will believe anything the government says or does. We typically picture the people who do that in Iran and N. Korea as being brainwashed by a corrupt administrations propaganda. But if you act the same as they do, what do we call you?
It's healthy to question and be skeptical of government. But you make extreme leaps to come to some ridiculous conclusions.

I question the ethics of some politicians. Like how politicians' portfolios are much better than the general public because they get inside information. Maybe Haliburton did get big government contracts because of Cheney's connections. But that doesn't mean they staged 9/11.

But just because these people do unethical things with their influential position and connections to pad their own pockets doesn't mean they are doing some really evil things.
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We were behind 9/11 in order for us to have a reason to go there and take over their oil.

If we go take oil by flexing our muscles, we look evil and that's no bueno.

If we go take oil being there in defense of our towers, we look like good guys and we can do whatever we want.
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