911/911: One Motive and Implications

B24931 / Tue, 11 Sep 2007 09:11:44 / “War on Terror”

Four commercial airliners were hijacked en route to California from Logan International, Dulles International, and Newark airports. Each of the airliners had a jet fuel capacity of nearly 24,000 U.S. gallons (91,000 liters).

Two of the airliners were flown into the World Trade Center, one each into the North and South towers, one was flown into the Pentagon, and the fourth crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

The Emergency Alert System was never activated in the terrorist attacks.

September 11th, 2001, better known as and possibly planned to be and now deliberately remembered as 9/11, did more than provide an excuse to launch an endless war on terror.

9/11 also greatly increased and concentrated political power and social control within the United States.

Maintaining political and social control is all about the “loyalty” of those who implement and actually enforce the laws and are duty bound to come to the aid and rescue of all without prejudice in the event of an emergency.

The “boots on the ground” so to speak. Our police, firefighters and emergency medical personnel. Without the cooperation and “loyalty” of these most critical of public servants, there is no social control.

How many of the 9/11 victims were police officers and firefighters? Why so many? What impact did the events of that day have upon those that mourned their loss and could truly identify with their sacrifice?

How much additional latitude was given the Bush administration in implementing unconstitutional and unprecedented encroachments upon the basic civil liberties of the American public by these “boots on the ground” and the local and state governments that employ and fund them subsequent to the events of that terrible day?

There has been a chilling effect on our society from not knowing the what, how and why of the events that unfolded. Worse yet, there is no realistic hope of ever getting the whole truth.

Even if you’re a “controlled demolition” naysayer (and most are), the American public and this nation’s police, fire and emergency medical personnel being part and parcel of that general public, don’t believe we’ve been told the whole truth.

How many years is a reasonable period to wait for a detailed and plausible explanation for the collapse of WTC Building Seven?

Let it happen on purpose is the baseline common denominator with the majority of the public, with some of this majority carrying their suspicions on to controlled demolition, missing planes, missile strike, etc.

Many don’t trust the entire government not to allow more attacks in the future to further radicalize government policies, both foreign and domestic.

If rogue elements within our government, or other powerful domestic groups are capable of orchestrating a stand down for an event such as 9/11, and many now suspect they not only have this capability, but have demonstrated it; how difficult would it be for those motivated to do so, to intervene in the selective outcome of any of the tens of thousands of relatively minor emergencies that happen on a day to day basis domestically to which these crucial first responders are called upon to manage.

As a Corrections Officer, I was regularly called upon to rush in where angels fear to tread. You count on the integrity of the entire system to insure you aren’t being set up and or otherwise sacrificed to further some alternative purpose or agenda.

Not being entirely sure of the integrity of our entire system of control, with the White House at the pinnacle, from where there has been a clearly established pattern of lies, deceit and abuse of power; this corruption extending from the executive branch through federal agencies down to state and local governments throughout the U.S.

Politically our emergency personnel must tread very lightly as their lives are regularly put at risk.

The impact of this vulnerability on our domestic “boots on the ground” has markedly changed America since 9/11, and very much for the worse.

Democracies don’t devolve into dictatorships on the orders of tyrants, but by the actions of cowards that carry them out.

Sometimes no Peace

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Historically, the most terrible things—war, genocide and slavery—have resulted from obedience, not disobedience.

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GWHunta @ 10/01/07 08:20:36

I am not blaming those who are resolved to rule, only those who show an even greater readiness to submit.

~Thucydides

GWHunta @ 10/02/07 05:20:40

The tyranny of a prince in an oligarchy is not so dangerous to public welfare as the apathy of a citizen in a democracy.

~Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu

GWHunta @ 10/03/07 08:20:54

Arbitrary power is most easily established on the ruins of liberty abused to licentiousness.

~George Washington

GWHunta @ 10/04/07 09:19:09

The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently.

~Friedrich Nietzsche

GWHunta @ 10/06/07 09:47:51

“As a Corrections Officer………” He he he.

“The United States has the highest reported incarceration rate in the world.” He he he.

“The USA has 2.1 million people behind bars.” He he he.

“US Correctional Officers in local jails admit and process about 12 million people a year.” He he he.

“Most correctional officers are employed in State and Federal prisons, watching over the approximately 1.4 million offenders.” He he he.

“The United States currently incarcerates 750 inmates per 100,000 persons – although crime rates have decreased since 1990, the rate of imprisonment has continued to increase to almost 3 times the 1990 level.” He he he.

“The combined expenditures of local governments, state governments, and the federal government for law enforcement and corrections total over $200 billion annually. “ He he he.

“Prisons are housing many of the nation’s mentally ill.” He he he.

“On average two out of every three released prisoners will be rearrested and one in two will return to prison within three years of release.” He he he.

“The prison system has a disproportionate impact on minority communities. African Americans (niggers), who make-up 12.4 percent of the population, represent more than half of all prison inmates, compared to one-third twenty years ago.” He he he.

“The U.S. prison system has enormous economic costs associated with prison construction and operation, productivity losses, and wage effects. In 2006, states spent an estimated $2 billion on prison construction, three times the amount they were spending fifteen years earlier. “ He he he.

“Blacks and Hispanics make up about two-thirds of state and federal prison populations.” He he he.

Pic of a secret US NAZI death camp.

So the USA probably has about 5 million innocent people in prison because mostly jews and homosexuals are shareholders in the privatised industrial prison system and want big dividends.

Haggis @ 10/06/07 10:33:16

Quotes actually prove nothing in and of themselves.

~Me

Truthcansuk @ 10/06/07 13:25:28

Agreed.

Then there was the blog…..?

GWHunta @ 10/06/07 13:31:24

So the USA probably has about 5 million innocent people in prison because mostly jews and homosexuals are shareholders in the privatised industrial prison system and want big dividends.

Haggis,
I appreciate your input with the exception of the racial epitaphs, inaccurate information and that nasty photo from Iraq. Clean it up. Thanks.

Peace,

GWHunta @ 10/06/07 13:44:01

Let it happen on purpose is the baseline common denominator with the majority of the public…

I’d say ‘majority’ is over-reaching…

Besides that, I cannot argue with the idea that the ‘boots on the ground’ would feel both insecure in the state’s capability to help keep them safe during the routine discharging of their duties if they feel that 9-11 was an inside job. But I haven’t seen a great deal of evidence that a great many do so.

how difficult would it be for those motivated to do so, to intervene in the selective outcome of any of the tens of thousands of relatively minor emergencies that happen on a day to day basis domestically to which these crucial first responders are called upon to manage.

I don’t know how difficult it would be for them to do so, but you haven’t pointed out why they would have reason to…

On Edit: Haggis, I appreciate your input with the exception of the racial epitaphs, inaccurate information and that nasty photo from Iraq…

Um… what input is left to appreciate exactly?

Truthcansuk @ 10/06/07 13:52:00

I’d say ‘majority’ is over-reaching… ( L I H O P )

You’re very likely statistically correct. How about a majority of those who’ve gone to the trouble to educate themselves regarding the facts of the day. That would be more realistic, though there is a clear majority that don’t buy the entire “official” version and believe their government is withholding information.

I don’t know how difficult it would be for them to do so, but you haven’t pointed out why they would have reason to

Longer hours, less pay, fewer benefits, promotion of a monolithic mainstream ideology, reducing their overall operating expenses (taxes)……. and if the cops and the firefighters have to tow the mark to get theirs, guess what for the rest of us.

Sometimes no Peace

GWHunta @ 10/06/07 14:22:44

I’d say ‘majority’ is over-reaching… ( L I H O P )

You’re very likely statistically correct. How about a majority of those who’ve gone to the trouble to educate themselves regarding the facts of the day. That would be more realistic, though there is a clear majority that don’t buy the entire “official” version and believe their government is withholding information.

I don’t know how difficult it would be for them to do so, but you haven’t pointed out why they would have reason to

Longer hours, less pay, fewer benefits, promotion of a monolithic mainstream ideology, reducing their overall operating expenses (taxes)……. and if the cops and the firefighters have to tow the line to get theirs, guess what for the rest of us.

Sometimes no Peace

GWHunta @ 10/06/07 14:22:54

When the liberties, properties, inherent rights or legitimate entitlements of the individual citizen are abridged, delayed, denied or deferred in favor of the interests of a local, state or federal government; such action must be legal, ethical and essential to protect or enhance the legitimate interests of that government.

Action taken or withheld by any government or agent thereof against the legitimate interests of the individual, solely for economic advantage or in an effort to be expedient, violate the rights of both that individual and the society to which he belongs.

Such action, taken or withheld, tears the fabric of democratic society and when applied universally constitute fascism.

~Wade Roberts

Sometimes no Peace

GWHunta @ 10/07/07 16:22:59

…Violence as a way of gaining power…is being camouflaged under the guise of tradition, national honor [and] national security…

~Alfred Adler

GWHunta @ 10/11/07 05:45:22

Old times sake bump.

Could it be the last?

Sometimes no Peace

GWHunta @ 09/29/09 03:25:19

11 Responses to 911/911: One Motive and Implications

  1. GWHunta says:

    911

    It’s all about U.S.

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