no actual Raging Pencils comic today as I wanted
to make a point, jog a few memories, piss off
a few retard neo-cons. I could have probably
crammed three optical illusions and the Towers
into a single,
it wouldn't have had the same effect. Onward.)
end of another decade so it's customary to take
a moment to reflect on the highs and
lows of the past ten years. Some people like
to enumerate popular culture according to their
others ponder the lives of those who have packed
up and left his mortal coil.
For me, however, there is only one moment in
the past ten years still worthy of discussion,
the one instant in time
decade hangs and that is the events of 9-11-01.
I am, as you might guess, unapologetically skeptical
of the "official" story of that fateful
and bloody day. Little details like no fighter
jets available for intercept in the world's
most important business corridor
keep me awake at night,
grinding my teeth in frustration and anger.
But it's the fashion in which both Twin Towers
collapsed, along with an undamaged Building 7,
me holding my nose with disgust. If you understood
how those towers were constructed you'd know
the manner and the speed at which they fell was
impossible except with the aid of explosive charges. You
can read more specifics about the destruction
of the buildings from those more qualified to
discuss the physics here.
Don't trust me? Or random web sites? How about
a retired Army Major General who was responsible
Army's strategic intelligence. He personally
doesn't believe a plane hit the Pentagon. Click here to
hear it in is own words.
And those box-cutters the terrorists were said to have used
to take over the airliners? They never existed, and that's
according to the FBI. In fact, the cell phone calls from
were impossible as they weren't equipped to make cell phone
For more details take a gander at this
It's clear that no one is ever going to be punished for this
atrocity as it's clear the attack was a government-run and
funded event, designed to spread a little money around in
the form of a good old Christian charade, I mean, crusade.
War is good business if you have a heart made of pure ballistite,
and Republicans know how to do business.