Monday, August 3, 2009

People are stupid. The Government knows it.

Just for the record, when I saw the first WTC fall, I thought terrorists must have planted a bomb in it to coincide with the plane hitting it. When I saw the second one fall in the exact same way, straight down, I knew instantly it was a false flag and I told my wife this that morning over breakfast although she could not understand what I was talking about. That's because I had sixty minutes to imagine the logistics problems involved for "Arab" terrorists to plant demolitions inside a building that was in use 24 hours a day. I guessed correctly that only the building owners could have accomplished that, with something akin to the "power down" a few days beforehand.

When I heard that WTC 7 had collapsed later in the day and that agents of a foreign power had been caught setting up in advance to film all these events, I knew that it was a false flag in a joint operation with this foreign power and the American government. What many Amerikwans have taken ten years to figure out, I knew for a fact by the end of the first day after 9/11.


Neil Diamond said...

Actually, Tex, a few days after 9/11 you posted a thread entitled "Next prediction - Hold me to it.", containing the string, "the 4th of July. It is irresistable to the Islamists".
Other popular hits on the Texas channel at the time included such classics as, "Hey Mohammed, how about I leave you alone to play in your little sandpit there and in return, you don't live in my country?"

These are not the words of a man who figured out it was a false-flag after the 2nd tower came down; although you did arrive at that conclusion later on.

Texas Arcane said...

You sure I wasn't referring to "The Clash of Civilizations" and the move to enter Afghanistan in general due to the Taliban's destruction of the Buddhist mountain statues?

Neil Diamond said...

Now you're just testing the uncharted boundaries of my shiraz soaked memory.

I suppose in lieu of any corroborating evidence, I shall have to give you the benefit of the doubt on that one - sort of like a points victory in round 9 - whilst holding you to the fact that nothing bigger than a fire cracker went off on the 4th of July.
It would indeed seem that your July predictions are a tad inaccurate, wouldn't it, Mr Texas?