Irony is one of the first things that goes in a dictatorship.– Author, Ken Kalfus
by Stewart Ogilby
How did that bizarre and unrealistic 9/11 – 9/12 poster-blitz happen? Did it immediately occur to hundreds of “survivors” to prepare missing-person type posters, photocopy them, bring them into the city and tack them up? Is this a reasonable scenario? Wouldn’t their “missing loved one” have come home or, at very least, telephoned to say they were alive? Please forgive the oxymoronic presumption of a living datafake.
Did each “family” receive a phone call that went something like this?
I really regret bothering you in your time of grief. Permit me to tell you how sorry I am that your (husband, son, daughter, wife, etc.) died today in a terrorist attack. I need to ask that you do something important. Please prepare a simple “missing person” flier along with a photo of your lost loved one on a standard 8.5 by 11 inch sheet of paper. Use an ink-jet printer and bring it downtown as soon as you can. Be sure to bring thumb tacks, tape and you might need a step-ladder. Space is going fast and we want to be sure that your poster appears. Again, let me express my deep sorrow for your loss. Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.
I cannot put it better than Mr. Shack does himself:
So what was the deal with those fliers? What sort of collective phenomena would have caused hundreds of families to reach for downtown Manhattan, on the evening of the tragedy, to plaster the city with “MISSING” fliers? If we are to have a rational discourse about this matter, we must first tackle one basic, elementary question: is this what people usually do when buildings collapse ? or even in the aftermath of earthquakes or other calamities? No. It is something you might (possibly) do when a stray kid is feared abducted, kidnapped or on the run. Even in such circumstances, families will prefer to rely on the authorities – not on fliers. Such neighborhood pamphlets are usually reserved for pets gone astray.
This issue merits serious consideration and needs to be resolved once and for all: we cannot keep on pretending that it was all part of the natural order of things. Let’s face it, the whole idea of these “MISSING” fliers is preposterous in the extreme. It was one thing to swallow the “spontaneous” nature of this bizarre, collective behavior in the immediate aftermath of 9/11. It is another to accept it as such today. So do we have any lead to follow as to finding out who might have been behind this manifestly staged operation?
To read the rest of Mr. Shack’s comment, see http://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=758
Only in a nation where joy of life is superceded by a brainwashed work-ethic, joy of being human is replaced by Puritanical and hypocritical sexual contradictions, and irony is dead could such an outlandish and hilarious part of the 911 media hoax have succeeded so successfully. The biggest psychological block to accepting the fact that 911 was “an inside job” is that of surmounting the appalling notion that our own powerful people would murder 3,000 nice white-collar employees. Well, get over that obstacle. Again, Simon Shack:
No planes crashed on 9/11. No hijackings took place and there were no hijackers. No planes also means that no passengers were flying inside them. No people flew to their death out of the empty WTC towers – since empty buildings do not contain people. Yet, we all fell for the computer imagery aired on TV. Planes? Fliers? No. The only real fliers of that day turned up elsewhere – in the tens of thousands – plastered on the walls of Manhattan.
Let’s look honestly at this poster blitz scam. Clearly, these thousands of idiotic fliers were not created in a few hours but had been prepared in advance. If one persists in suggesting that names and photos on these posters represent persons who perished, then those who prepared the fliers knew in advance who would have died, obviously an impossibility.
Who could have done such a thing?
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