Thursday, September 12, 2013


I almost always do a post on 9/11, trying to convince people that it was an inside job. At some point though, you realize that most people have made up their minds already and there's no changing it. I use to think it was a lack of information or a lack of intelligence on their part, but now I believe that it is more of a psychological thing, some people just can't handle the truth. So this year I just played hookey in the blogisphere on 9/11.

I've noticed a basic difference between people. I like to question just about everything and there are quite a few people like that, but we seem to be in the minority. The other type don't like that, it seems to make them uncomfortable. Not that either type is superior. In a way the non-questioners have it easier in life, floating right down the middle of the stream as opposed to checking out the shores and backwaters.

Cheers to them who accept it all.

Cheers to us who question it all.

Though our paths are different.

We'll someday meet at the last waterfall.

The Awesome Of Skogafoss Waterfall


billy pilgrim said...

i was listening to george noory on coast to coast last night and his guest presented a very, very, very strong case about 9/11 not being what the official government version states.

i also watched the last show of the x-files season 5. i'm really looking forward to the first show of season 6.

texlahoma said...

Billy - I think Bld. 7 is the biggest smoking gun. I wonder if a plane was suppose to hit it, but for some reason wasn't able to. So there they were with it all wired to blow, they had to do something to destroy the evidence.
Some news agencies even announced that it fell before it did, oops!

I saw that X-Files, very interesting, psychic writers I suppose.

nomad said...

I wonder about the non-questioners. Some of them seem to be deliberately hiding the evidence they run across. Take Digby for example. She posted this about Bush in the Sarasota classroom on 911. But she conveniently chopped the first part where the kids chanted "kite plane must hit steel". Obviously she was trying to avoid providing fodder for conspiracy theorists. What's going on here, Tex?

texlahoma said...

Nomad - Wow, I'll have to look into this more when I've got more time. Thanks for the comment. I just looked at:

texlahoma said...

Nomad - I looked at it and agree. Why cut out the most interesting part? Plus what a strange (coincidence?)
"kite plane must hit steel"

The odds are staggering, that would be like those kids saying
"School bullets must kill children."
During the Sandy Hook massacre.

nomad said...

Yeah. And the cutting of that part by Digby indicates that she knew the implications but chose to censor it. Much like our news media does. What's going on? These are smart people. Digby, Cockburn at Counterpunch, Lambert at Corrente. It should be as obvious to them as it is to you and me that 911 was a set of controlled demolitions that could only have been accomplished by government insiders. Instead of accepting the official story -myth- they ought to be up in arms. I don't. I don't. I don't understand it. They have normalized the government lie. Helped to perpetuate it. Are they unwitting dupes so obsessed with their seriousperson status that they are willing to abet the crime of the century? What's wrong with these people? Following George Bush's dictum: Let us not tolerate alternative theories about the events of 911.

nomad said...

Still thinking about this. Found this quote today. Helps explain why the nonquestioners don't question.

"the 21st century critical thinker of today must always be cognizant that “the masses have never thirsted after truth. They turn aside from evidence that is not to their taste, preferring to deify error, if error seduces them."
Hence Digby, Cockburn, Lambert: deifying error.

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