Amazing passage about the problem with secret societies or any clique among any group.
This brings us to the issue of secret societies — can one function without becoming a vehicle for domination/control/dishonesty? Picture an organization in which some co-workers start a secret-society or a school in which students start a secret society. The secret society inevitably implants a belief of “us-and-them” in the members’ minds, and a desire to control/influence things to work in the favor of the covert organization. The “Us-And-Them” mindset that secret-society members have, of course, classifies “them” as all of society around them — everything other than their club. In a school, this would be the rest of the student body. In an organization, this would be the rest of the co-workers. And an “Us-And-Them” mentality is inherently hostile, and is a one-way road to wanting more control for the “Us” and less for “Them”.
This is the way a secret society is inevitably going to be.
Finally, I have removed the link to the film September Clues, although I haven’t found any reason to disagree with its main points. I am severing any alliance with Clues Forum and Simon Shack simply because I am tired of being slandered on his forum, not just by anonymous posters, but by some of his closest buddies (like Hoi Polloi). I haven’t kept up with all the 911 research of the past five years, having moved on to others things, so this breaking of alliance doesn’t have anything to do with specific 911 disagreements with Shack. I honestly don’t know what his latest theories are. In my mind, the event had been proved to be a false flag a decade ago, and arguing about details of destruction seems counter-productive. It wasn’t destroyed in the way we were told by the people we are told for the reasons we are told, and it is clear it was destroyed with the complicity of our own government and its agencies. There has been enough evidence to go to trial for many years, and the reason it isn’t going to trial and won’t ever go to trial has nothing to do with planes or no-planes. I have never attacked Shack, his site, or the film, having a link to it and recommending it for many years. Therefore, any rational person would expect he would wish to form some sort of alliance with me, or at least keep his mouth shut. From what I can tell, my research on Nukes also folds in with his, as does my research on fake events. So I don’t really know what his problem is. Possibly he didn’t like the fact that I also linked to other early 911 films, films he didn’t fully agree with. But that seems a petty reason to attack me as he has. At any rate, I am attacked enough by paid trolls and don’t need to be attacked by those who should be friends. If Shack wishes to make me his enemy, I guess I will bow to that wish, but I don’t link to enemies. I also suggest that it is either a red flag or a foot-shooting on his part. You should ask why he is attacking me, and demand an answer. The reasons he has given don’t make any sense. The only substantive reason I have seen on that site is that some fear I am Jewish, or a protector of the Jews. I have admitted that my great-grandfather on my mother’s side may have been Jewish, but the rest of my family doesn’t believe it and it would never have been known if I hadn’t mentioned it myself.
I have a contact that says this flight DID come back to Toronto. The occult numbers indicate fakery. Common sense asks why would this plane come all the way back to Toronto? Why not land on the coast and boot the jerk? Why not tether him to a seat? Why cost the airline an unrecoverable hundreds of thousands?
Even without the numbers, the story makes little sense. Therefore, there’s probably another reason it came back that we’ll never know.
This shows me that they may mix fakery with real to confuse and cover. As if sorting out the truth wasn’t hard enough!
An Alberta man was charged Wednesday after a flight attendant was injured aboard an Air Canada flight en route to India, forcing the plane to return to Toronto.The airline said the Boeing 787-8 was carrying 232 passengers when it took off from Toronto for Delhi on Tuesday evening.The plane had to turn around about two and a half hours into the flight due to an “incident involving a disruptive passenger,” a spokesman said.”A flight attendant sustained injuries requiring medical treatment,” said Peter Fitzpatrick. “Police met the aircraft after it landed about 2:20 a.m. Wednesday.”Peel Regional Police said a man had allegedly assaulted the flight attendant around 12:42 a.m. when the flight was over the Atlantic Ocean, just off the East Coast.They say the 47-year-old was “belligerent” at the time, but was arrested without incident when the plane landed at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
There’s a whole generation (millenials) out there that has no idea about the nuclear scare of the 1950s (when the hoax started) to the 80s). Time then to trot out an old (88!) propagandist to remind people of what can happen with this mythical weapon. Do you think Perry knows there is no such weapon, or is just another willing dupe? I choose dupe.
A former U.S. defence secretary is on a mission to warn of a “real and growing danger” of nuclear doom, troubled by the risks of catastrophe from the very weapons he helped develop.
Commissioned by Alcoa, the towers were designed by Minoru Yamasaki and completed in 1975. The towers resemble Yamasaki’sWorld Trade Center in their vertical black and gray lines and the use of aluminum exteriors. The towers have an unusual triangular footprint and are landmarks that are clearly seen around the Los Angeles Westside. Their prominence in the Century City skyline has been reduced in recent years with the addition of new skyscrapers that partially block their view. Nevertheless, the Century Plaza Towers remain the tallest buildings in Century City and the tallest skyscrapers in Southern California outside of downtown Los Angeles. The towers sit atop one of the world’s largest underground parking garages with a capacity of roughly 5,000 cars
ISTANBUL — Turkey’s president has often been described as a rhetorical tactician and “man of the people” who excels at rebuttals and rejoinders when challenged by critics on almost any issue. But on Friday, the president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, used his skills of verbal persuasion to save a despondent man as he sought to jump off the Bosporus Bridge here.In what amounted to a Turkish take on the Hollywood Christmas classic “It’s a Wonderful Life,” Mr. Erdogan found himself in the role of Clarence the angel, rescuing George Bailey from suicide.