Why 80 Percent of Americans Don’t Believe the Official Theory of 911

by Len Hart, The Existentialist Cowboy

These days, Bush’s only defenders with respect to 911 are 1) paid liars and hard cases left over from his utterly criminal and illegitimate administration; and 2) idiots whose only source of ‘news’ is Fox. Fox ‘news’, however, is an oxymoron, appropriate I suppose for a network of morons in service to morons.

Bush, it is said, could not have pulled off 911 alone. Of course not! A total tool, it most certainly was not even his idea. He was the ‘titular’ head of a loosely organized gang of power brokers and the motley crew of wing nuts who support them. God knows why!

Bush was and probably still is a puppet but not a good one. When the real history is known, we may find ourselves eternally grateful to Bush whose utter incompetence, his palpable stupidity, his painful, hardly bearable inarticulateness revealed however inadvertently the truth about how our nation was usurped by an ever smaller ruling elite. Last time I checked this ‘elite’ was only 1 percent of the total population and most surely diminishing. One day, they will have put themselves out of business. In theory, at least!

Nevertheless, it was under Bush that several wars –some phony, some real –were fought on their behalf. The most obvious war was the one with the phony name: ‘War on Terrorism’, a classic misnomer. It is more accurately described as the ‘War of Oil and Resource Theft’. I suppose that we were expected to believe that God himself intervened with 911 and gave Bushco the pretext it would need to attack and invade those nations having precisely those resources that had been most coveted by the Dick, otherwise called ‘Cheney’.

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4 responses to “Why 80 Percent of Americans Don’t Believe the Official Theory of 911

  1. Len Hart uses an old, tired way of reading a headline, then making up a few assumptions, the using that to express a point.

    80% not believing the ENTIRE 9-11 story, gets summed down to 80% thinking the US did the attack on 9-11. But when you look at facts and the poll he tried to use, it is down to 3.6% of those polled that think the US orchestrated the attack.

    So, why do you think the “cowboy” wanted you to think 80% belive what he thinks and not reality?

    The next best line is that those that don’t buy his poorly written spin on the events must be “paid”. This is also an old tactic to assume that people must be a part of the conspiracy and must be paid posters so that he feels a little empowered and that he must have inside knowledge of 9-11. The fact is that there are 96.4% of us that don’t believe the fairy tale and they need to keep it going so that he and others that make a living off of the gullible folks that buy his lies don’t go away.
    Imagine if he, Gage, Jones, and all the others lost their gravy train of 9-11 ad money? Will these guys have to get a real job?

    • “However your, “The fact is that there are 96.4% of us that don’t believe the fairy tale.” is clearly as desputable.o, do you have anything but unreliable statistics to back up your assurtions that the official 9/11 myth is true?”

      911truth.org sponsored the Zogby poll and the details came back with some uncomfortable tidbits. After getting a slim majority to investigage 9/11, they found that only 3.6% actually thought the govt attakced its own people on 9/11. When a clarification was sent out, they thought the 9/11 commission didn’t go far enough and should investigate more. When asked if they thought the US govt attacked its own people, the extreme majority said no.

  2. At least we are stimulating a debate about the % of people who disbelieve government propaganda. And the way you addressed the central points of his argument; Bldg 7, Silverstein, dancing Israelis, faulty NIST and 9/11 Commission reports, media complicity – instead of accusing Gage and others of being just purely greedy – well, that was dialectic deconstruction of argument which reaches to the highest order.

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