26 May 2007

Of Course We all Know That The US Government Was Not Behind 9/11... But What If They Were?

Did you know that on 9/11/01 there were a host of NORAD exercises underway which involved deploying fighter aircraft against imagined attackers? It's true, you don't have to take Dr. Robert M. Bowman, Lt. Col., USAF, ret.'s word for it:
Bowman outlined how the drills on the morning of 9/11 that simulated planes crashing into buildings on the east coast were used as a cover to dupe unwitting air defense personnel into not responding quickly enough to stop the attack.

"The exercises that went on that morning simulating the exact kind of thing that was happening so confused the people in the FAA and NORAD....that they didn't they didn't know what was real and what was part of the exercise," said Bowman

"I think the people who planned and carried out those exercises, they're the ones that should be the object of investigation."

Asked if he could name a prime suspect who was the likely architect behind the attacks, Bowman stated, "If I had to narrow it down to one person....I think my prime suspect would be Dick Cheney."

Bowman said that privately his military fighter pilot peers and colleagues did not disagree with his sentiments about the real story behind 9/11.

Bowman agreed that the US was in danger of slipping into a dictatorship and stated, "I think there's been nothing closer to fascism than what we've seen lately from this government."
That got me thinking about the day Ronald Reagan was shot. See, George Bush Snr just happened to be Vice President at the time, and they just happened to have an exercise scheduled for that day, in which the VP takes over from the Prez. Amazing coincidence, right? But then it turns out that the guy who shot Reagan was a family friend of the Bush's. Another coincidence, right? And guess who was in charge of the committee which found (within 24 hours) that there was no conspiracy? George Bush Snr. It's true, you don't have to take my word for it.

And now, back to Charlie Sheen in the studio...

(h/t J.R.)