How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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During the 60's, the US military drafted plans to terrorize US cities to provoke war with Cuba. This is according to the book Friendly Fire, which I'm curious to know more about. I mean, sources, etc.

Even so, it paints a chilling picture, and changes the context that we can view the WTC incident from. I mean, there's all sorts of rumors and intimations that the US government willfully failed on September 11th. I tend to think that individuals inside the administration chose to "accidentially" drop the ball, and that there was not a coordinated effort to allow it to happen. That's the optimist in me.

But then again, when someone wants a war, there's always a Zimmerman Telegram, or a Gulf of Tonkin waiting to happen, isn't there? Heck, there's even some sources that say Perl Harbor was willingly allowed by the US government to motivate the citizenry into the war.

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