According to Paul Joseph Watson at Prison Planet, one of the seminal post 9-11 knee-jerk `security’ responses just proved itself to be a large prevarication. Or perhaps an excuse. You decide:
The much vaunted liquid bomb “terror plot” that provoked paranoid airport security measures, an overnight change in baggage procedures, and at one point led to mothers having to drink their own breast milk, completely collapsed yesterday in court after the alleged ringleader was completely acquitted and none of the other suspects were charged with conspiracy to blow up an airliner.
“Seven men admitted plotting to cause a public nuisance. An eighth man was cleared at Woolwich Crown Court,” reports the BBC.
While we’re at it, did you know that Osama bin Laden (CIA name Tim Osman), is not on the FBI’s most wanted list? It’s true.When asked, the FBI stated that they don’t have enough evidence to charge bin Laden with anything.
You do know where Saddam Hussein came from, don’t you? Yup, CIA. He was ours.
the Mujahadeen? Guess.
This is not highly secret information. It’s not difficult to verify.We, in the person of our government, put these people and groups in place. The grand plan works for a certain amount of time then tends to backfire in a rather large way.We, in the person of us, seem to have a very short memory. It seems that we remember only the last thing we were told. Since we were told Osama is bad, we forgot who put him there.
We forget a lot.
Remember the CIA, at one time known as the Cocaine Importation Agency, bringing cocaine to California?
Remember the Constitution?
Remember when protesters’ free speech didn’t include the free speech zone?
When you could put money in the bank without being reported?
When your government allegedly had to go through legal process to spy on you?
When stealing an election didn’t require owning the machines?
When the spying was done by the NSA, not the chief executive?
When you could get on a plane without lines or shoe-removal?
When four ounces of shampoo wasn’t illegal?
When the phrase `uphold the Constitution’ in an oath actually meant something?