Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Ground Zero at Zero Capricorn

I'm not a predictive astrologer, but I did make one prediction for Pluto going direct at 0 degrees Capricorn on 9/11 - that the investigation into the official 9/11 story (and the massive holes in that story) would heat up and gain legitimacy within the mainstream.

The CBC aired a program on September 11 called 9/11 Conspiracy Files: The Third Tower. I didn't watch it, but it's an indicator. (Although, the CBC always seems to couch everything in that "wink, wink, nudge, nudge...all right, we'll show this waaaaay out there side of the story just because we're so cool like that" tone that makes me gag. Well-fed yuppie Torontonians don't care so much about getting to the bottom of things - they're fine with things the way they are.)

For something a little more Plutonic raw: The 9/11 Chronicles. The information about the failing health/deaths of tens of thousands of rescue workers from breathing in contaminated air after the buildings collapsed reminds me very much of depleted uranium exposure and Gulf War Syndrome from the first Gulf War.

(Note - I have serious doubts about the legitimacy of Alex Jones and his connections, as well as that whole "9/11 truther" thing they've got going on, but I still dug The 9/11 Chronicles for the real people it featured doing their thing on this issue. It also made me laugh and not much does...)

The information seems to be becoming more cohesive. The waves are getting bigger. The people with compelling evidence that things didn't go down the way we were told by the elected officials through the mainstream media are not setting this aside.

The mainstream bulk of CNN-watching North Americans seem to have little interest in investigating the discrepancies in the official story of the attacks on the U.S. on September 11, 2001. And they're quick to write the people who are interested in uncovering the complete truth off as wacky conspiracy theorists.

But imo, it's important to get to the root of this.

Getting to the root is important not only because it would show deceit and corruption on the part of the United States government (that's already been proven when no weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq - the Bush Administrations' declared reason for invading the country) and not only because it would prove the United States government colluded in the mass murders of its own citizens but also because this attack was the whole basis for NATO troops getting involved in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) is an intergovernmental military alliance set up after the second World War. There are 28 countries involved, including Canada.

"[T]he organization constitutes a system of collective defence whereby its member states agree to mutual defence in response to an attack by any external party."

So if one country in the alliance is attacked by an external party, it is as if they were all attacked.

So basically, if it can be proven that the United States government colluded in any way in the attacks on the World Trade Center towers or the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, or had any fore-knowledge of the attacks and did not act to stop them, it is proven that the United States government, under George Bush, Jr., illegally used the attacks as an excuse to invade Iraq and Afghanistan. Because it was "being attacked by an external party," these attacks thereby (also illegally) drew all NATO troops into these wars. By taking part in NATO, member countries were forced to follow the Bush Administrations' lead. The horror.

I would surmise that Canadian soldiers had no idea what they were being dragged into. From the role of peacekeepers to active combat in an immoral, insane war. Hell on Earth.

The suicide rate among Canadian soldiers doubled from 2006 to 2007. The 2007 rate is triple what is was in 2003.

Canada's Military Suicide Rate Doubled in a Year, Documents Show

The man who compiles the suicide statistics says he believes the rise is linked to the intensification of Canada's mission in Afghanistan when soldiers moved into the volatile southern region in 2006.

The astonishing thing to me is that so many people claim Bush's regime is "in the past" and that we should just move on with life. (The line they're being fed.)


Just move on? How? The situation remains the same. Just in Canada alone, two more soldiers came home from Afghanistan to be buried last week. One hundred and twenty nine of my fellow Canadians are gone. Their lives are over, and 129 families grieve. Entire communities grieve.

People really have been snowed into thinking Obama means a clean slate.

Not even close. The same policies and the same trajectory continue. Obama has instated the same players in his administration that were in Baby Bush's. The same motivations. No change in power structure or in agenda at all.

I can feel the filthy dishonesty and injustice right to my bones. The reverberations of the damage done, the pain inflicted, the lives squandered knock me on my ass. But just move on? Just continue the cycle?

No way.

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