Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Was There Ever A Just War?

When I was a teenager, I was very much against the Vietnam War. And when people would ask me if war was ever justified, I could point to WWII. Certainly defeating the Nazis represented a cause worth fighting for.

But the Troofers don't believe even that. Roosevelt ignored the warnings, and let the Japanese attack us at Pearl Harbor, according to Hustler Magazine (it must be true!) World War I? The Lusitania was an inside job! The Spanish American War? Remember the Maine was a Hearst tool to sell newspapers!

The first Persian Gulf War? The conspiracy theorists claim that Bush gave Saddam approval to invade Kuwait. I haven't heard any good CTs about Korea, but I suspect there are a couple.

It's kind of odd when you think about it. What do Alex and Luke constantly talk about? How the New World Order will fail, and national sovereignty will prevail. They claim to love their country so much, and yet at the same time they believe America (or its government) to have provoked or ignored every threat since the 1860s.

The funny thing too is that the one admitted false-flag event in the history of the country is one that founded the USA: The Boston Tea Party. Remember, the colonists dressed up as Indians.

So the whole reason for the country's existence is a false-flag terrorist attack on the British. And not only that, but the Truthers celebrate that false-flag attack annually, by (mistakenly) dressing up as colonists.