As Tucker Carlson noted earlier this week, the “9/11 Truth” movement is supported, in one way or another, by a third of the country.
With a huge internet following, movement leaders like radio host Alex Jones have gotten their word out to whoever chooses to listen to it – with websites like infowars.com, prisonplanet.tv, and their various documentaries on YouTube.
Their ideas, as I understand them, are as follows:
The American elite, like the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds, have been behind every violent act in our short history, especially of the 20th century – World War I, II, Vietnam, 9/11, etc.
The elite also includes our politicians – both Republican and Democratic. They all hang out at the Bohemian Grove resort in northern California, where they hold Burningman-esque sacrifices.
Lyndon Johnson was one of the favorites of the elites, and one of the most evil men to ever live. He created ground rules for the Vietnam War, ensuring America could not win, but only sustain the violence so corporations and the elites could make money. He forced Israel to bomb the U.S.S. Liberty so the United States could blame it on Egypt, then take over the entire Middle East.
Oh, I almost forgot – he also killed Kennedy.
9/11 was an inside job. It was perpetrated by Dick Cheney, Rumsfeld, Bush, Clinton, etc. in order to turn the United States into a police state.
The eventual goal of the elites is to create a North American Union, consisting of the United States, Canada, and Mexico (along with a South American Union, the already-formed European Union, African Union, and Asian Union). From there, they will install computer chips in all of us, so they can track what we are doing, all the time, under a One World Government, controlled by the New World Order – a police world, or “prison planet” if you will.
And then, 80 percent of the world’s population will be wiped out. Only the elites will be left alive. Conveniently, the elites already have technology made by their personal scientists that will keep them alive forever, and ever.
Yeah, I’ve seen the documentaries and read the blogs.
In fact, I’ll give credit where credit is due. This isn’t bad science fiction. It’s good science fiction. Real good. But the fact remains, it is fiction.
Instead of going into detail as to why none of this can be true, I’ll talk about what it means to the Democratic Party – and how it is not helping us.
The Republicans know how to do one thing well, and that is lie. From Iraq to SCHIP to values voting, they’ve changed the subject over and over again, convincing at least a proportion of Americans that Democrats don’t think the war is a good idea because they hate the troops. And we support SCHIP because we want illegal aliens to take all our jobs. And Jesus would have vetoed the estate tax.
And now, they’re trying to lump the “9/11 Truth” movement into the base of the Democratic Party. Because we have spent six years protesting the president, and so have the 9/11 Truthers, to them, we are one in the same. However, it’s likely that Truthers either won’t vote (unless Ron Paul get the Republican Party’s nomination, and in that case will vote Republican) and may even keep others from the polls in 2008, with their consistent accusations that there is nothing anyone can do to change the country – besides log onto their websites, support their advertisers, and buy their DVDs .
If the Truthers elect their favorite son, Ron Paul, the elites will take over as they have never before. Everything will be privatized, because Paul plans on overhauling the government into insignificance. Many of the poor, and those on welfare won’t be able to send their kids to school. The middle class will be abolished. Perhaps the only thing good about a President Paul would be that Republicans and Democrats would be united – against him.
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