Tue Sep 11th, 2007 at 05:31:13 PM EST
It is sad in two ways. One is the sadness for people who died that day. That is uncontested. What is contested are the reasons why.
Since I have accepted as fact the official story is full of controversy, lies, cover-ups and fabrications I mourn for the loss of intelligence in the general media controlled American populace. I see most of them as one looks upon ignorant children. I see those who support it as arrogant children.
There are growing numbers of us even though media never covers it. We are not kooks or "hatters" but instead engineers, pilots, artists and writers. Mainstream Americans, and we are mourning the death of America too.
Even granny knows.
Yes, there is a Southern slant to this but I am greatful for what they do know.
While most are glued to the propaganda of Iraq I'm taking an asset inventory of things we will need in the coming depression. Who is going to loose which house, where can the kids go, you know normal stuff like that.
Can't wait for this day to be over and the depression of millions of lied to, mostly very good people will once again be over.
The other good thing is that winter is coming and the horsemanure pile won't smell as much.