Saturday, May 20, 2006

Moonbat Conspiracy Theories and 9/11


A couple of years ago I spent three months near Seattle, Washington on a consulting assignment. At breakfast I would read the local newspaper the Seattle Times, which I thought was horribly left wing and biased. However, a few times it was sold out so I had to settle for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. The Seattle PI made the Times seem like National Review by comparison. It was the most absurdly left-wing rag I have ever had the displeasure of perusing.

This past week the Post-Intelligencer lived up to its reputation as a Moonbat Rag and published a guest opinion by one Richard Curtis, who removed the tinfoil from his head long enough to claim that the Twin Towers were actually destroyed by controlled demolition explosions, not by the Islamic-hijacked airplanes that slammed into them.

Moonbat Curtis writes, "The [9/11] commission's conclusions and recommendations should be totally rejected. Its story is full of lies, distortions and omissions of fact. Following are two of the more than 40 reasons why the official story about what happened on 9/11 is untrue."

He then explains why it was untrue: "Dozens of firefighters and medics reported hearing, seeing and feeling explosives going off in the buildings that collapsed. Why were there explosives, very powerful explosives by all accounts, going off in the buildings? More disturbing, why was the pattern of those explosives identical in some important ways with the pattern used in a planned implosion (or controlled demolition of a building)?"

Finally, before fluttering back out the window towards the moon, Curtis concludes with this: "In spite of Connelly's faith in what commission members say, the report seems to be an obvious cover-up. The question that we all need to ask is: What is the commission covering up? Was 9/11, in fact, an inside job?"

No, you moron, it wasn't. The much photographed and videotaped planes crashing into the Twin Towers probably had a lot to do with it.

Leftists and liberals are very much into weird fantasy these days, but we should look at them as suffering from a form of insanity. Their delusions are a coping mechanism. If they admitted the obvious truth, that the world is at war with Islam (by Islam's choice, not ours) then liberals would be morally obligated to do something about it, e.g. vote for conservatives, admit that multiculturalism is harmful to Western Civilization, that a strong defense and military are necessary, that drilling ANWR is a good idea, and that unbridled immigration of unassimilable, hostile rag-o-philes into the West is national suicide. In short, all of their liberal pinko illusions would pop like a giant soap bubble. Couldn't have that.

I recently wrote about Flight 93, that when heroes die fighting aggressors, conservatives build memorials to them. Liberals, on the other hand, create fantastic conspiracy theories to explain why the tragedy never really happened in the first place.

8 comments:

eyesallaround said...

"Leftists and liberals are very much into weird fantasy these days, but we should look at them as suffering from a form of insanity."

I think this is applicable:

"When people stop believing in God, they don't believe in nothing -- they believe in anything." ~ GK Chesterton

I noticed this in a show about Iceland.. More and more they are believing in trolls and fairies and aliens... Funny...

eyesallaround said...

btw I'm lovin' your blog... hysterical:>)

Stogie said...

Thanks eyes. I do appreciate your comments.

Anonymous said...

eyesallaround said... I noticed this in a show about Iceland.. More and more they are believing in trolls and fairies and aliens

For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths. [2 Timothy 4:3-4]

Stogie said...

Bro, troll and fairies and aliens? Sounds like the new constituency of the Democratic Party!

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