9/11: "Specific, credible, but unconfirmed."


Can you say 'False Flag Operation' - as if we need more justification for continuing the phoney war on tourists, excuse me, terrorism, this the eleventh year and counting?

The Great Distraction continues, and so does the non-stop filling of the sinkholes with trillions of taxpayer dollars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, Libya, along with the drain plug being quietly pulled on Syria and Iran.

Our officials aren't really concerned with protecting us from another 9/11 event or blow-back from our adventures abroad. Their concern is whether the American Public will wake up from their media-induced stupor and demand an end to this massive ripoff of trillions of dollars that could better have been spent fixing the ills in good ol' USA. But that would actually mean getting the money out to the people - in jobs, infrastructure repair, school improvement, road and rail rebuilding, and a host of other actions that would have a beneficial return on investment. Of course, that would also mean that the money spigot would be shut off to war profiteering, fraud, overcharges, millions diverted to off shore accounts, kickbacks to politicians and legislators, support and bail outs to failing and criminally negligent banks, and an end to the spinning and revolving door of job opportunity for our elected officials and their industry counterparts.

So, we can expect that the meme of 9/11 with all its fear mongering, Arab bashing, pseudo reconciliation, flag waving, crackdown of our freedoms here so they won't crackdown on them over there, not to mention the continuing dissolution of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, will continue unabated. After all, it is in their best interests to do so.

Police officers investigate a small cooler that was left unattended, causing sections of Times Square to be evacuated May 7, 2010 in New York. The cooler was determined to not be a threat, and the streets were reopened shortly after an hour of being closed.

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