my take on the new pentagon video (plus what the footage should look like)

Discussion in 'General' started by weedzilla420, May 21, 2006.

  1. recently, the govt released some "new" footage of surveilance video that showed a "plane" hitting the pentagon.

    here is a link

    this footage didn't prove anything. it was no better than the 3 frame grainy footage that we've seen before.

    i don't consider myself a conspiracy theorist. i don't believe we faked the moon landing or that the heads of govts are communicating with aliens and not telling us about it.

    i never subscribed to any sort of "conspiracy theory" until after all these unanswered questions surfaced after 9/11.

    i could write 20 pages about why i think it was not a plane that hit the pentagon.
    i'll just leave you w/this. the link is a vid that was edited to show what a plane hitting the pentagon should look like.

    it looks like nothing we've seen in the videos.

    i don't want to get into the merits of what happened to the real flight 77 or the passengers aboard because that's not the focus the topic.

    the thing that gets me is that there was a gas station across the street from where the pentagon was hit that had surveilance cams that captured footage of whatever hit the pentagon. the owner of the gas station claims that w/in minutes, FBI agents were there and confiscated the footage. now i ask, if the country has just been subjected to the worst terrorist attack in history, why would the first thing the FBI does is go and confiscate footage of what happened and never release it? that just seems mildly strange to me.
  2. I've already seen the video.

    I'm fully aware 9/11 was perpetrated by the U.S. government. Not even because of the popular 9/11 conspiracy but outright evidence connecting the government and these supposed terrorists.

    As to what hit the pentagon? Who knows? The government does.

    But none of us know. We know what we're told, but the fact is, there is no evidence supporting what the government says, except experts they modestly compensate for their time.
  3. Maybe the NYFD was slackin off
  4. Yeh the government is up to some sneaky shit.
  5. Watch Out. He's Tryin To Steal Your Weed
  6. do any of you predict a time when mainstream society will be aware of the government connection?
  7. who cares? yea its no big dramatic revelation that uncle sam hides shit and lies to you remember kennedy?

    the fact is there is nothing that we can do to alter it. worrying about it isnt gonna change anything. i could care less, my cousin was on that plane so ill believe my version of the truth.

    perspective is subjective, what would it matter if the truth came out? who is in enough power to overthrow the government?

    i think its a waste of time, we should be worrying how we can change the government's stance on more vital matters.
  8. Homicide is probably the most vital matter there is. You think we should just brush this off our shoulders?
  9. Governmental conspiracies and 911 hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm makes me sort of scratch my noggin'. The government doesn't need to fool the general public cuz the general public has done a pretty bang up job of doing that themselves. One thing I know for sure about living in America, people will do just about anything if it means they don't have to be accountable for their actions. Instead, they sit back reclining comfortably, and complain about their daily woes, lacking the activism to pursue making a difference. Ya wanna know what the real conspiracy is; the silence and complacency of the citizens of the greatest democracy in the history of man. The atrocities, the blood, the dead, yet we haggle over gas prices? The world's too fucking small for us to be so self-centered and MOTHERFUCKING greedy.

    The holidays are a farce too cuz it's all about marketing these days. It's not really about what Christmas means it's about how much it costs. They want to take religion completely out of the schools right, but I submit to you in complete honesty that it was never there to begin with.

    In this age we live in bros sin is openly practiced and evil applauded. Corporate greed has slowly replaced morality/community and replaced it will a single minded desire to acquire as many fucking things as we can hoard. Sorry bout the preachin' but my soul is stirred.

    If you ask me, I think we're getting the government we deserve.

    "It is preoccupation with possessions, more than anything else, that prevents us from living freely and nobly."


    Stay free and stay green.
  10. oh my fault man, i didnt know you had that take on the government. i retract my statement, as it definitely does not account for your statement.

  11. The state of inactivity is perpetuated constantly by state-run media.

    I think it's been amplified over times and continues to be. Misinformation and 'patriotism' blinds people and pulls them farther and farther from activism.

    Great thoughts, rep +

    EDIT: You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to AK Infinity again.
  12. Thanks for the kudos Rasta Man. I can agree with you to a certain extent about the state run media but I think ultimately we have to return to the politics of personal responsibility. "The State" derives its powers from the people and IMHO can't operate without a willful or passive consent of the populace. The human condition is sorta weird because people try their damndest to personify evil or claim that it's centrally located in the form of a dictator or corrupt government when in actuality it's far more profound than that.

    If misinformation abounds it's cuz people don't want to see the truth, cuz if they did it would mean they'd have to confront the world they've allowed to happen while they were sleeping. Where ignorance abounds in the world so do the corporations and their political henchmen. .

    "The liberties of our country, the freedom of our civil Constitution, are worth defending at all hazards; and it is our duty to defend them against all attacks. We have received them as a fair inheritance from our worthy ancestors: they purchased them for us with toil and danger and expense of treasure and blood, and transmitted them to us with care and diligence. It will bring an everlasting mark of infamy on the present generation, enlightened as it is, if we should suffer them to be wrested from us by violence without a struggle, or to be cheated out of them by the artifices of false and designing men."

    ~Samuel Adams~

    Stay green!


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