Thursday, May 18, 2006

Today's Cartoon: U.S. Government Releases 9/11 Pentagon Video

I guess there's WAY more pressure being placed on the U.S. government with regards to 9/11, than the mainstream media is letting us know. I mean, why else would they suddenly release footage of the Pentagon attack, after almost 5 years?

Now, I understand that this was done in an effort to debunk "conspiracy theories" about the attack, but here's the thing; the "conspiracies" are not about whether or not the Pentagon got hit on September 11th, that's about the only thing everyone already agrees on.

Most, if not all theories surrounding the attack is based on the belief that Pentagon was not actually hit by a 757, but by something else. So, you would think that with all of the different security cameras that supposedly captured the event on video, they would release something that showed Flight 77.

I'm not a 9/11 "conspiracy theorist" mainly because I don't "want" to believe that the Bush Administration was somehow behind it. Of course, this doesn't mean that it's not possible; it's just that the concept of "false flags" is a particularly terrifying one because everything and everyone that is associated with it suddenly gets cast into doubt and you have absolutely no idea who (or what) you can trust.

So, if the U.S. government seriously wants to debunk conspiracy theories about 9/11 and is now actually starting to make an effort to do so, then what they should do is take a film like "9/11: Loose Change" and refute it, point by point. If the skeptics are wrong and the "truth" is indeed on the government's side, then they really should have no problem in doing so. Right?

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