Saturday, August 19, 2006

interesting

former cia analyst bill christison


11 comments:

Peacechick Mary said...

Definitely interesting and plausible.

Mary said...

Sickening.

QUASAR9 said...

Sometimes in a hurry to get old
sometimes trying to catch gold
before the hot trail goes cold

Sometimes in a hurry for the City
Sometimes lusting for the night life and the bright City lights

And then wanting to slow time
and wishing for peace sublime
Then wanting to leave the bustle
and hear the country leaves rustle

The Future Was Yesterday said...

The "official" government line is always going to be what they wish it to be. With this current government, there stands valid reason to doubt them when they say the sun is shining. But sometimes, governments start rumors like this to distract attention from elsewhere.

I fear 9/11 will rank with the death of JFK. We'll never know the truth.

Renegade Eye said...

CIA tend to recruit political liberals. It is not too surprising.

The CIA hates Bush.

spadoman said...

I sadly have to agree with TFWY.....I don't think we'll ever know the truth. It is enough for me, however, that the planes were flying the next day for the Bin Laden's, and not for anyone else, to be skeptical of all events since9/11.

Little snippets like that come out, stir and muddle the pot, and then are not talked about or brought up again because of some distraction. This time, the distraction was going to war with Iraq.

No said...

I'll have to agree with the big guy this time.

Obob said...

there was no bush involvment/conspiricy, just an illprepared country.
but i love conspiracy theories because they bring out alternative ideas which this country was based on.

Frederick said...

“Shouldn’t we use this as an opportunity to do something about Iraq as well?” Disgusting.

QUASAR9 said...

I added that comment from that link to my Dark Matter post of a fewdays ago. Thanks betmo. - Q.

Ingrid said...

It is amazing how this 'far out' theory is now receiving wide spread attention. One of Bush's strongest (and loudest hehe) critic, Alex Jones, (name drop alert, who lives in my neighbourhood) has been talking about this for the longest time. I try to catch his cable and radio show but I am usually on the go with my kids or it's smack right in the middle of our dinner time. When ever I do see him, I think oh man..how can most people even entertain this even with all the evidence of the world? Most people grow up in this country to believe it's the national version of the Cleavers', many people will never accept this nor will want to hear about it..unfortunately..
Ingrid