Tuesday, September 11

Nine... Eleven...Thirteen?

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
- Benjamin Franklin, 1759

H.R.3162 :: To deter and punish terrorist acts in the United States and around the world, to enhance law enforcement investigatory tools, and for other purposes ::

Other purposes? Other Purposes! The Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001. That's its full name. Yeah! Can you believe that? We just know the robber of Liberty by its abbreviated splendor: the USA PATRIOT Act. Note the caps. As in the ones to be shot into your ass should you disturb the quiet sheep with dissent.

Today of course everyone is remembering buildings called towers falling in New York City, a DC target more preciously guarded than the White House being sloppily crashed into where joggers can't get over walls, and a hole in Pennsylvania where metal evaporated and Black Boxes became so black they were invisible yet got turned into propagandist movies.

I won't go there today. Enough is enough. The fact that we're at war on an idea and not against a nation is preposterous. A war on terrorism is just that, a war on a thing called something. No country invaded. No country threatened. And yet, we kill thousands of citizens in two real countries to get back at "the enemy" for 9/11. Saudi Arabia. That's where the so-called terrorists were from. And we left that country out of our fight on an idea-bombing plan.

Well we can argue all day long about whether 9/11 was False Flag operation. I'd rather point to the thing next to the thing -- the obvious one -- the legislation. Where are the six year old parties for the day we gave our rights away? Oh wait. We're waving the flags around I see. The only part of the red white and blue that's left is surrender white.

The whole legislation was set up to provide LAW ENFORCEMENT with tools. What tools? Spying ones! Forty-five days. That's all it took our so-called representatives to debate this monstrous bill that ate the Constitution. Why? Six years ago, we are led to believe enemy terrorists invaded this country, and instead of bombing innocent civilians like we do over there, they drove our domestic planes full of people into buildings. People AS bombs. Nice.

In WWII it was the crazy Japanese suicide bombers. Suicide is desperation. Why would our enemies be so desperate, do you think? Is it because they feel they have no other recourse other than to use our own tools against us? No brutal army on the ground or in the air to rain (reign) down death? what can you do when nobody will listen to you and believe lies? You get extreme.

Gee, it seems we really bring out the martyr in a people, don't we?

So sure, I remember 9/11. How can I forget such an event, especially when operation-namer idiot government poets pick our national emergency number for a day that will live in infamy. Even if terrorists are extreme, they do have some taste. They call 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue the "Black House." But I just know if they were up to something this big, they wouldn't name their operation something stupid; they would never put 9-1-1 and 9/11 together in a marketing presentation flip-chart.

No, that has US written all over it I'm afraid.

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