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9/11 Homework - Past Due!

There's still time to avoid a failing grade, courtesy of George Dubya and his cronies, but you'd better hurry - because it's more than just a grade - our lives and liberties depend on it.
After eliminating the impossible, we are left with ghastly images of death and suffering. With brutal malice aforethought, on 9-11 this administration murdered 2,823 human beings. Only 1,102 victims have been identified, although 19,500 body parts were "collected." More than 100 Americans were pulverized in the explosions, their remains mingling with tons and tons of cement into fine dust, and just disappeared into the air, perhaps into the lungs of those working feverishly at Ground Zero to save them. Each of us with any connection to reality knows that the only explanation for 9-11 is that the entire holocaust was a deliberately planned, orchestrated, controlled demolition of our way of life.

If you want to know what happened on 9-11, watch Korey Rove, Dylan Avery and Jason Bermas' critical film, "Loose Change, 2nd Edition." Surely the Truth is worth 1 hour, 21 minutes and 50 seconds of our lives..

If you want to know why 9-11 happened, read the Project for the New American Century (PNAC)2000 report, Rebuilding America's Defenses: Strategy, Forces and Resources For a New Century," which calls for a "new Pearl Harbor" to establish US military preeminence throughout the world as well as unending war to seize and control the world's resources. It's only 90 pages, and should take even less than 1 hour, 21 minutes and 50 seconds to peruse.

If you want to know the truth about the attack on this country, watch and read the above as if your life depended upon it. Because it does.

We have the crime. We have the criminals. The time has come to indict them. Try them. Convict them. Punish them. Then, and only then, can we move on.

Sheila Samples is an Oklahoma writer and a former civilian US Army Public Information Officer. Contact her at: rsamples@sirinet.net
Thanks MR.


At Friday, March 31, 2006, Blogger Red Tulips said...


How about this. Let's just find out the truth. We need more forensic testing and a greater scrutiny of the events. I think we can all agree on this. Now is not the time to "indict" anyone, as we honestly don't have enough facts to prove that the Bush administration is culpable. However, it is patently obvious that the Bush administration is hiding information - key information - that the American public has a right to know. I want to know this information. I want to know why I don't know this information. I want to know why they don't want me to know this information.

That said, new information was revealed today.




This is a good start. The more information we know, the better.

At Friday, March 31, 2006, Blogger Red Tulips said...

The Seattle Post Intelligencer is a bad link. Here are some more links - good links - on this developing story.



The MSNBC link is particularly good.

At Saturday, April 01, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just want to let you and your hippie douchebag friends know that you are complete idiots. People like you need to appreicate the wonderful freedoms that you have in this country. In most places in the world if you tried to pass a theory such as this the government would take action against you- unfortunately, our freedoms in America protect you and your conspiracy theories. Feel free to contact me with a reply dh1722@ship.edu

At Sunday, April 02, 2006, Blogger Red Tulips said...

Anon, I don't believe think the government caused 9/11. I do, however, believe the government is hiding key facts about 9/11. That makes them an accomplice. We deserve to know what really happened. Why did they censor 28 pages of the 911 Commission's report? Why did Bush refuse to meet the commission in front of cameras, and only behind closed doors? Why has there been a move to suppress all kinds of different information?

The public has a right to know. And I say this from a patriotic and America-loving perspective. It is with a deep love and respect for the constitution and the fundamental freedoms most Americans take for granted that I want to know why the government is hiding facts about 9/11, and what those facts are. If I hated America and believed in fascism, I wouldn't care what facts the government was hiding and turn a blind eye.

At Sunday, April 02, 2006, Blogger Albion Moonlight said...

anon 1 - you clearly have very limited vision, and you're not very polite to boot. I hope you enjoy your tunnel vision. The truth will eventually set you free, or it will kill you.

missR - whether the government is complicit in 9/11 may be up for debate, but decades of our government's policies caused it.

At Monday, April 03, 2006, Blogger Red Tulips said...


I do not believe it was American policy that directly caused 9/11, and it certainly didn't justify 9/11. That said, obviously it was one factor that led to 9/11. The brilliance of Bush, of course, is that he has decided "they hate us for our freedom," which implies there is nothing we can do to make them stop hating us. I don't believe that is true. There are many things we can do, which we are not doing. However, I don't believe any of the things we can do will eventually end terrorism, because I think there are some people in the world who will hate America no matter what.

The question is whether or not we want to add fuel to the fire of hatred - which I would argue is exactly what has happened.

At Monday, April 03, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

"there are some people in the world who
wil hate America no matter what."

That's nonsense.

At Monday, April 03, 2006, Blogger Red Tulips said...


Denying that is nonsense. But deciding to obliterate the world because of that is also nonsense.

There always will be extremists and there always will be terrorists. We can never appease some people, nor should we try to and risk losing who we are in the process.

But that said, there are also legitimate grievances that deserve being addressed. There are practices that American (and other nations) engage in that indeed do need to be addressed.

A "war on terror" can never be won, just as a "war on drugs" or a "war on poverty" can never be won. But that doesn't mean that there aren't policies that can and should be put in place to lower a need for drugs and lessen the amount of poverty in the world.

We need foreign relations which involve invading nations only when they are a threat, and a sane monetary and environmental policy both domestically and abroad to ensure that money and the environment do not cause wars. We need to work to close the huge gap between the rich and the poor, as well as fund education programs around the world. We need to start a real dialogue (and not at the end of a gun barrel) around the world.

And yet, even if we did all that - which needs to be done both for national security reasons AND because it is the right thing to do - there always will be extremists out there to destroy us. We cannot let those extremists win by letting the world descend into war, chaos, and environmental destruction - which is what we are doing now.

At Monday, April 03, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

"even if we did all that . . . there always will be extremists out there to destroy us."

again, nothing but self-righteous speculation. bhut, i agree with your other statements

At Monday, April 03, 2006, Blogger Red Tulips said...


There has been terrorism since the beginning of time. You are saying it is actually possible to get rid of that???

It is a fact that some extremist Islamo-facists in fact do want to spread Sharia law across the world. I believe that if we act rationally and righteously, the number of these people will decrease in number - but - I don't think anything but worldwide sharia law will make them happy. This is seperate and distinct from whether or not America and the world is treating the Islamic world the way it should, because it isn't.

It should also be noted that terrorists come in all forms and all religions. If we appease Islamo-facists, then Christian fascists may feel righteous indignation.

The bottom line is we should not have a foreign policy dictated by the demands of terrorism, but rather, but the demands of righteousness and worldwide dignity.


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