Wednesday, September 12, 2007


According to Age letter-writers the U.S. is to blame for 9/11, no matter what:
After 9/11, a number of conspiracy theories were floated that are understandable, since it is well known the US Government is not above killing its own. But the biggest flaw in the theories is they ignore the anger built up in the rest of the world — anger as a direct result of US actions. The attacks were not acceptable but were clear and predictable — an application of the law of cause and effect. Who caused 9/11? Maybe it really was the US Government. Nineteen men allegedly hijacked the planes, but the ultimate cause was US policies. And with the same policies continuing to this day in the form of threats to Iran, doesn't this seem logical when there is always a concerted and deliberate attempt to incite a violent reaction.
An octogenarian sleuth says it was an inside job.


Anonymous Geoff said...

The octagenarian sleuth can be justly critised or condemned for many things, but not for being an octagenarian.

10:19 AM  

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