Monday, November 13, 2006

Yet Another Member of the Conspiracy Revealed

Congressman Jack Murtha, according to the commenters over at 9-11 Blogger on the Goyette post:

This is off topic, but... I don't see much coverage here ( or anywhere) of the Jack Murtha role in the Johnstown leg of the Flight 93 scam on 9/11. For those uninitiated - Murtha and his "crew" were running a hijacked plane drill the morning of 9/11, when suddenly, just 7 miles away, supposedly Flight 93 crashed.


Yes, because you know those Congressman run hijacking drills all the time.

I wondered why Murtha was the posterboy for the "official antiwar" motions...

this is all becoming more than obvious...

11 Comments:

At 13 November, 2006 15:59, Blogger 911coverup said...

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration said on Monday that Guantanamo prisoners have no constitutional right to challenge their detention before U.S. federal judges, and the lawsuits by hundreds of detainees must be dismissed.

Article here

I don't know about you but this sounds like fascism to me.

 
At 13 November, 2006 16:20, Blogger James B. said...

Uhh, 911C, name one country in the history of the planet that has granted its own constitutional rights to people that they captured on foreign battlefieds.

 
At 13 November, 2006 19:29, Blogger pomeroo said...

Sounds like 911coverup doesn't understand the meaning of fascism.

 
At 13 November, 2006 19:39, Blogger shawn said...

I don't know about you but this sounds like fascism to me.

You do realize that the Constitution only applies to American citizens, right? Right?

 
At 13 November, 2006 22:03, Blogger Richard said...

I don't know about you but this sounds like fascism to me.

I don't know about you but in a fascist government your comment never would have been posted. Your fellow truthers would also either be dead or in jail and no one would be talking about Loose Change.

 
At 13 November, 2006 23:13, Blogger default.xbe said...

I don't know about you but this sounds like fascism to me.

under fascism you wouldnt even know lawsuits were ever filed

under fascism you probably wouldnt even know anyone was detained in gitmo

under fascism there probably wouldnt be anyone detained in gitmo because they would have long since been executed


thanks for playing

 
At 14 November, 2006 11:03, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

sounds to me like 911C doesnt know the meaning of "comments" wrt a blog post. Keep it on the topic posted idiot.

TAM

 
At 14 November, 2006 11:19, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

Facism:

A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator(president)Check minus cause he was 'selected' afterall, stringent socioeconomic controls Check, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship Check, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism. Check

Well we are close but no cigar!

 
At 14 November, 2006 11:33, Blogger pomeroo said...

Sorry Dangler, but Bush was ELECTED--selected by the voters. Leftist myths die hard.

 
At 14 November, 2006 11:51, Blogger Alex said...

1) Bush was elected.
2) The US has one of the most RELAXED system of socioeconomic control in the world, if not THE most relaxed.
3) It's obvious that Swingy has no idea what "suppression" means. No, it doesn't mean "letting the opposition party get elected".
4) US policy is neither excessively nationalist nor racist. Only an idiot could claim such a thing considering the amount of foreign-aid being shoveled out of the US, or the number of foreign disasters that the US has directly assisted with.

So once again, Swinger's opinions are totally unaffected by facts. Watch this thread for his response, which will undoubtedly involve "thermate", "bigfoot", and "scientific papers".

 
At 14 November, 2006 18:57, Blogger shawn said...

A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator(president)

Well the president doesn't have authority centralized...perhaps you should study American government.

minus cause he was 'selected' afterall,

Check the Constitution - the Supreme Court did exactly what's outlined in that document (not to mention he won the election based on our system).

stringent socioeconomic controls

The bastion of worldwide capitalism...one of the hallmarks of fascism is government corporations. We don't have those.

suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship

Have you been asleep since the midterms? Wow, Bush is real good at the dictatorship thing letting the opposition gain control enough to make him a lame duck.

and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism.


Yup, only sent hundreds of thousands to die to end slavery. Also, as Alex pointed out, America gives the most money of any nation on Earth. Hell, we gave the most money after the tsunami - in an area of the world that hates us. Japan is a far more racist nation than America - are they fascist?

 

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