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The Illuminati and 9/11

Someone on a mailing list I'm on brought the following article to my attention.

Game designing, religious nutters, and the 9/11 attacks....


Amusing, but unfortunately it looks like the site is serious. I like the fact that David Icke was involved too, I was wondering where he had gone :-p


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Apr. 7th, 2004 01:12 am (UTC)
Does the "Terrorist Nuke" card really look like that?
Apr. 7th, 2004 09:27 am (UTC)
I don't know if I've still got a full set at home. I think I sold it to Harry (so if you're reading this Harry take a peek and let us know!).

I think all the cards are correct though.
Apr. 7th, 2004 10:19 am (UTC)
Have a look at muskrat_john's latest entry. Someone confirmed it.
Apr. 7th, 2004 09:05 am (UTC)
Two things about the Terrorist nuke pic, it depicts a couple of skyscrapers, not the WTC, though that said the WTC was always a viable target, just as Canary Wharf is in London. Also they act as if a terrorist attack on the WTC was such an unlikely event, granted the methods used were unorthodox, but it really was only a matter of time. Come to think of it wasn't there an attempted attack in the 80s?

Next up the Pentagon card "showing the Pentagon able to carry on working" doesn't show a picture even close to what happened. A fifth of the building was destroyed after all.

I wish people would just accept that 9/11 was not devil-worshippers, wasn't secret organisations, and wasn't the government. The USA has very real enemies and those enemies are prepared to kill lots of people to get their message across, it's time the world, and especially many American nutcases, woke up to that fact.
Apr. 7th, 2004 09:26 am (UTC)
A terrorist attack did take place on the WTC back in the early 90's. They blew up a bomb in the basement/car park level to try and undermine the structure. It didn't work at that time. The group behind it? Al Qaeda (spelling?). They are not a new group and 9/aa wasn't even there first attack on American soil.

I agree the USA has very real enemies and needs to wake up to the fact. I disagree with the way they are handling the situation though. The current administration is doing more to promote Anti-Americanism than it is to defuse it.
Apr. 7th, 2004 09:40 am (UTC)
The current administration is doing more to promote Anti-Americanism than it is to defuse it.
As I said to a friend of mine recently, there hasn't been a Terrorist attack on American soil for 2 and a half years, and there has been no need to do one. The American government is happily doing the work of the terrorists for them, by promoting terror. I'm sure Bin Laden sits there and pisses himself occasionally.
I recently watched Bowling for Columbine and Michael Moore put his finger on something very true (and here I apologise to any Americans reading), the USA has become an insular and paranoid nation that relies on the media to tell it what's right and wrong, and the media only promotes fear. Kneejerk appears to be the order of the day here. What I find more distressing though is that Blair is taking our country down exactly the same path.
It's time to be a big boy Tony, admit you were wrong, and try to sort this mess you've created out. While you're at it get our lads out of Iraq as quickly as you can without destroying that country completely.
I shall stop now before I go into a rant anymore than I already have.
Apr. 7th, 2004 03:54 pm (UTC)
Luckily I don't think Britain is anywhere as near far gone as the US on this matter.
Whilst I would love to see the troops come home (and was/am vermently against the decision to go to war against Iraq without UN backing) I don't think we, America, or any other nation should start pulling there troops out just yet.
We've crippled Iraq due to our actions and whilst it is great to see Saddam out of power we have done jack shit to properly stabilise the country and have let insurgents (both native and foreign) get a foothold into the country. The more both we fuck up and the destablizing forces within and without Iraq can shout and cause problems the more ammunition is being given to anti-western causes and the more support they'll get.
In my opinion Iraq should be immediately handed over to the United Nations to co-ordinate the rebuilding and stabilization process. No one trusts the US to do it. Not even the majority of their allies and certainly not the vast majority of the citizens of those countries (and indeed many US citizens).
The UN may not be able to resolve everything but by giving over control to the UN it will allow a wider peacekeeping force to be installed which is not just comprised of what many see as puppets to the USA. If the US are interested in world peace, stabilizing the Middle East, and removing the recruiting grounds and reasons behind a lot of the terrorist actions they should immediately start taking action in the Israel/Palestine problem. The US has immense power over Israel - just look at the amount of money they give the country every year. israel would be crippled if the US withdrew their support and that is one of the major factors of distrust and dislike much of the Arabic and Islamist world has in regards to the US. They see the atrocities taking place, the deaths on all sides of the fence, and they know it is directly or indirectly supporting by the US. If the US really wanted to help bring peace to the region they could give it a really big try - and not by deciding to invade Syria or Iran next.
If the Palestinian problem was resolved it would be a big PR coup for Arab-American relations and would prove to many in the Islamist world that America is being fair and is as concerned with their wellfare as it is with Israels. Public opinion as it stands just fuels the support of the terrorists and suicide bombers. With nothing being resolved and the perception that America (and the West in general to a certain extent) is letting it happen or even supporting it it just adds more fuel to the already quite heavily burning fire.
Lets face it, if this was not Israel sanctions and world pressure would have been slapped on the offending country just as it was with South Africa.
Anyway, I'm ranting so I'll stop now.
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