9/11: Monster’s Inc.

November 29, 2011

Political Theory

Since the murder of Osama bin Laden, I have found myself knee deep in news reports that sound like terrible comic book stories on the ‘heroic’ murder of bin Laden and blasted to the past in news reports from the 9/11 era, also selling governmental and political fairytales. I witnessed so much skepticism on Twitter accompanied by blind patriotism praising this accomplishment of murdering the mastermind behind the tragedy of September 11, 2001. Always count on the government to show us that we kill people who kill people because killing people is bad (ridiculous). So I took a few steps back to look at exactly what happened on 9/11, the Bush administration, and the history of our nation’s interactions with Mr. Osama bin Laden (google Osama bin Laden in CIA). While this is not a conspiracy theory on 9/11, this is my attempt to understand what is being said on exactly how, as Obama puts it, “justice has been served.” This post is not for the fainter heart, the blindly patriotic, or people easily offended by questioning authority. This post is for those who will come with an open mind and view the following information for themselves to form their own opinion. ‎

“Do you know what intelligence is? It is the capacity, surely, to think freely, without fear, without a formula, so that you begin to discover foryourself what is real, what is true; but if you are frightened you will never be intelligent.” -J. Krishnamurti

“Corporate media manipulators love a big story they can hype, distort and falsify to attract large audiences, unaware they’re getting managed news, not truth.” –Stephen Lendman

People refuse to call the news propaganda but if we’re going to be fed government press releases without further investigation, that’s what it is. And really, people have believed so much as truth that we now know as myths. That could very well be the case now. Don’t be stupid. People grew highly upset with the rise of “9/11 conspiracy” statements on Twitter last night. I realized that people could not fathom for one moment that the government would plant Osama bin Laden as a pawn to pin the blame on in this game of war. His attack resulted in blind patriotism, lack of investigative journalism, and a war. Now, his rather timely death shall result in more blind patriotism, more war, and more heightened security.

We are in a position where we have to trust the government. Nothing can be certain (to include conspiracies and news alike) but what is certain is the official story has serious problems.

What We’re Supposed to Believe:

Hijackers passport found in the rubble of WTC attacks.

So you mean to tell me after those planes exploded into the WTC buildings that I am supposed to really in my right mind believe that an entire passport with little damage managed to make it through the fire and fell 110 stories to the ground and fully intact? Oh.

Plane vaporized when hitting the Pentagon but managed to knockdown not one, but two, 110 story buildings (demolition style).

“The official explanation is that the intense heat from the jet fuel vaporized the entire plane. Flight 77 had two
Rolls Royce engines made of steel and titanium alloy and weight six tonnes each. It is scientifically impossible
that 12 tonnes of steel and titanium was vaporized by jet fuel.”

“We were also told that the bodies were able to be identified, either by their fingertips, or by their DNA, so what
kind of fire can vaporize aluminum and tempered steel and yet leave human bodies intact.”

With all the debate over what hit the Pentagon, it is very suspicious that over 80 videos, which could show further evidence that it was indeed Flight 77 are currently being held by the FBI. While a few frames and some very distant and poor footage has been released, nothing can concretely be identified as Flight 77 or a Boeing 757 for that matter.

The Department of Justice has admitted to the existence of no less than 85 videos and Freedom of Information Requests
have been denied.


So besides clinging to the media and clinging to conspiracy and knowing that every opinion cant possibly be fact, where is the truth?

Good question. the point of this post says think for yourself. In the end, we all will be ignorant to some degree. the truth about 9/11 is unknown. The contradicting “official stories,” the faulty “confession video,” and miraculous DNA findings in an airplane crash that was said to have obliterated 6 tons of titanium, the subsequent war…in IRAQ, the reported corruption of the bush administration and no trials, the undisclosed 80 videotapes of the alleged plane hitting the pentagon… the list of skepticism and unanswered questions goes on so how can anyone really know? We can’t. What I do know though is the theories arent fully true and neither is the news. If they lied about 9/11, why not lie about killing this guy to get some more blind patriotic blood pumping to get the next thing on thee agenda done?



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4 Comments on “9/11: Monster’s Inc.”

  1. Connor Baharozian Says:

    The point you bring up about goverment showing us that killing people who kill people because killing people is bad is a very interesting one. I was one of what felt like few people who were disgusted by the celebration of the death of a man. Yes, Osama bin Laden committed horrible acts and it is possible that a world without him is better, but to celebrate the murder of an individual is heinous. I found it difficult to hear such things as “justice has been served” after the death of Osama. Killings on top of more killings does not bring about justice. This brings about hate, but the reactions of many Americans was also founded on hate. I see nothing but a vicious cycle here. Yes, we have the right to be angry about the events on 9/11. Yes, we needed to take measures to improve our safety. However, is murder the answer? Won’t this just spur on more violence?

  2. nasearc Says:

    I think you bring up a good point when you say that the information the public receives from the government and the media cannot always be trusted. However I do think that for the most part our government does not lie to the public. Yet I think that if the government were to lie to the public we wouldn’t know. It’s possible that the government hasn’t been telling the public the truth for decades, and that our society has taught us to trust the government blindly. I agree that we cannot completely trust what the government tells us and the skepticism of the government. I do think that it is possible the government didn’t reveal all the information they had about 9/11, but I do not think they lied about the death of Osama Bin Laden. Osama Bin Laden was the head of Al Qaeda and had a lot of support. If the government lied about his death there would have been more of an uproar from his followers. Killing Al Qaeda’s leader was bad enough, but if we lied about the way we killed him in order to glorify American soldiers Al Qaeda’s supporters would have been even more upset. Although I do not believe that the government is a 100% trustworthy, I do believe that the information the government gave us about the death of Bin Laden is trustworthy.

  3. ksaukas Says:

    As a person who had a family member who was in the North Tower on 9/11 and has that family member currently in Afghanistan fighting because of what they saw that day I had prepared a nice long comment discrediting everything this person said, but then two thoughts came to mind.

    1-This is probably a GSI (look at the name and the lack of profile info…it makes sense) who is making a post to incite conversation.

    2- And if this is really a student at the University of Michigan and this is truly what they believe then I guess I should just be happy for them because this idiotic questioning of everything to find a level of self importance would not be allowed in most countries, but they live in America and that (even if they don’t like it) keeps them alive. As John stuart Mill would say even the idiot’s argument should be valued because when they speak it becomes even easier not to listen to them anymore.

  4. ianbaker2041 Says:

    When 9/11 occurred, I lived not too far from New York city. One of the hijacked jet liners passed within 20 miles of my hometown. I’ve met people who lost family and friends in the World Trade Centers. I remember looking at those buildings before the attacks. I can remember coming home from school as a 3rd grader to my mom crying and total confusion everywhere, and not until I was nearly in college did I sit down, read a few full length books on the Middle East, Al Qaeda, and the history behind it all, and try to understand how such a ragtag group of social misfits pulled off the biggest terrorist attack in human history.

    To be clear, the US should have seen it coming. Beginning in January 2001, Italian intelligence tracking known Al Qaeda members in the country reported a strange conversation between two operatives. Full of strange code and more or less indecipherable, Italian authorities deduced that something big was coming for America. Although the FBI and CIA had been following Al Qaeda actively since the early 1990s, bureaucratic infighting and lack of priority culminated to let Al Qaeda go more or less under the radar. Although the US had ample opportunities to counter, it simply didn’t see the threat coming. Focused on attack from the outside and conventional military theories, the US was blindsided by an inward attack using our own passenger jets-757s and 767s to be exact. This does not, however, point towards the US government being behind the attack.

    I won’t get into all of the history behind it (as there are books written on that), but from what information I know, it does not follow to place the US government as responsible for the attacks. The confusion, uncertainty, and paranoia that overtook Washington in the days following the attacks really prove, to me, that the government was not behind it. As for the government withholding tapes-I point out that that has happened before. As the war against Al Qaeda worldwide continues, it’s probable that the government won’t release the tapes for years, and I don’t expect them to. The government has a right to keep those secret until things have quieted down and been resolved, one way or the other.

    Iraq has nothing to do with 9/11 in a military sense. According to communications between Bush and members of his closest advisers, the administration was looking for a way to get into Iraq well before 9/11 came along. Yes, Al Qaeda conveniently gave the Bush Administration a cover story to do what it already wanted to do, but that doesn’t really serve to support any type of conspiracy theory (which is, in a sense, what you’re essentially putting forward here). History is full of conveniences, and this is probably one of them. Besides, given the number of people in the government who would have had to plan and orchestrate this, it’s nearly impossible to think that no one would have spilled and told the truth if it actually was a conspiracy.

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