a lie?

truth

I found a very unsettling link tonight.
I wonder what you think…yeah, you.
Click on the pic above and turn up your speakers.
Will something jump out and scare you?  No.
Is this chilling?  Yes.
Are you really surprised?
Come back and let me know…

~m 

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10 thoughts on “a lie?

  1. I’m not sure about this one. I can understand why footage would not be released (albeit a pathetic excuse!), i’ve also seen footage of a plane, and a big one, being totally disintergrated so there are ways that it COULD happen. The one thing this video does NOT offer is, WHY…and without why, I guess I would be inclined to take this all with a grain of salt. But it is food for thought isn’t it??

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  2. If we knew all that the US government knew no one would sleep at night. Since 9/11 there’s been much speculation over a cover-up. This video does make some pretty legitimate arguments. I’m surprised the FEDs haven’t tried to get this URL banned. Maybe I spoke too soon…

    ~m

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  3. This is interesting to me, not so much for whether it’s true or not, but as another example of how deeply we want there to be a certain kind of logic to history. I’m probably the only person in the world (well, besides the Warren Commission) who thinks Oswald acted alone, but I’m interested in conspiracy theorists. I’m not surprised that something like this Pentagon film has come up (it’s also interesting that it’s from the UK)–unlike the Kennedy assassination investigation (which was so low-tech), 911 and its aftermath have shown us how sophisticated surveillance is, which lets us put the pieces together pretty quickly but also suggests that there IS a Big Brother or two, running the show from behind the scenes. I’m going to watch it again tomorrow and see how I feel about it.

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  4. That footage disturbed me because it makes an extremely valid point. At the time of 9/11, this never occurred to me to question why there wasn’t widespread damage or total loss. No, I am not surprised to see this. But it makes my blood run cold because these politicians are selling us out and the mass public is letting them.

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  5. I just showed my husband this video, who said it was a hoax. Apparently, one of his former employees lost a brother on that flight. Then he showed me a thread about this video, which included about a dozen accounts of people who actually saw the plane slam into the Pentagon.

    Aside from this, I still feel like our government is selling us out on a lot of other things.

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  6. DebW-
    I had already checked this out on Snopes but thought it was compelling anyway. Selling us out? You betcha…

    DebP-
    Big brother is right. Kind of uncomfortable when you really stop to think about it. As far as Kennedy is concerned, based on trajectory, Oswald’s skill as a marksman and the “magic bullet” theory, I will always doubt the Warren Commision. That entire controversy could be a post all by itself…

    ~m

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  7. Michael
    I was thinking some more about this. I think the big problem is what Deborah mentioned–there were people who boarded a particular flight on a particular plane–and some of these people were able to make a last phone call before the crash into the Pentagon that killed them all.

    Now about Oswald :)–I’d be more inclined to believe that the CIA and the FBI have encouraged conspiracy theories to cover up their own appalling lapse in Dallas that day. Oswald was very well known to both the CIA and FBI, having defected to the Soviet Union years earlier and also being publicly pro-Castro. They knew he lived in the Dallas area. And no one was keeping tabs on him.

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  8. Still doesn’t explain the fact that Oswald was a bad shot. That he got off three shots in a matter of seconds is just absurd.
    I do agree with the CIA/FBI conspiracy theory.
    The world will never know what really happened that day…

    ~m

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  9. I have always had my doubts about the Pentagon destruction but we may never know the complete truth. BTW on the JFK conspiracy theory, I think Johnson had it done. The man was the Machivellian Prince of his time.

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  10. People will always fill a lack of information with a negative. Why? Because we need to prepare for a negative. There is no need to prepare for a positive. Positive things don’t hurt.

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