Thursday, September 12, 2013


Federal government protection from terrorist attacks.
Works well, does it not?

I have a tendency to look at things differently.

Every time I see another re-run of ex-president Bush on TV telling us all how he was going to protect us Americans from terrorism, I see the destroyed towers with their thousands of dead and can only conclude that Bush and the government failed miserably and totally to save anybody on 9-11, even with all the billions and billions that had already spent by our government and its supposed legions of agents here and around the world tasked with America's security.

Nobody in our massive government saw  9-11. coming.


Nobody in our massive government saw any danger with Major Hidal Malik Hassan at Fort Hood.

Nobody in our massive government saw a problem with the Boston brothers - the pressure cooker bombers -  even with all manner of warning signs

Nobody in our massive government saw Benghazi as a threat, even with all manner of warnings.

Seems nobody in our massive government sees or hears anything that could result in stopping actual terrorist attacks, although they claim to have stopped dozens and dozens of attacks,  which they can't tell us about... security reasons don't you know.

Based on the government's track record on real terrorist attacks, I tend to laugh at the claims they make on all the ones they can't talk about. If they can't protect us from the big, well organized and well planned attacks like 9-11, tell me how we can believe them about any other attacks.

But everybody in our massive government is sure good at keeping a close watch on us American citizens, most of whom couldn't manage to make a firecracker bomb.

Apparently, our massive government is not afraid of terrorists.

So perhaps this terrorist threat so endlessly drummed on by our massive government is not at all what they claim.


Master Doh-San said...

"The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed -- and hence, clamoring to be led to safety -- by an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary."
-- H. L. Mencken

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

"False flag operation"
"Operation Keelhaul"
"Operation North woods"
"Reichstag burning"
You may find the results of such research interesting. You might also gain a more accurate - and horrific - understanding of Doh-San's comment.

texlahoma said...

I think a lot of the FBI operations are like an option play in football.

They set up low IQ people who talked about blowing something up.

option one - give them fake explosives, bust them.

option two - give them real explosives, oh no, an unexpected terrorist attack!

Either play leads to weakening of our Constitutional rights.