CAPITALISM x Michael Moore

krh2

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[quote name='Kingoftheroad' date='03 October 2009 - 02:07 PM' timestamp='1254604056' post='153561']

LOL.....



I have to agree with krh2 & Devildawg on this.....



Michael Moore & his phony belony is as believible as Al Gore.......LMAO !!!!!



Al Gore, "Mr. it the hottest September ever" and he is using July - August figures to back up his statement..... LMAO !!!!



Two boils on the butt of life these two are !

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He and pelosi are better than Ipecac to empty my stomach... Enough! <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' /> Just watched the founder of acorn totally back pedal and lose it on fox. Yes, fox.. I cant believe he agreed to that interview. But I suppose they will sue saying it was a set up..... Rome? HELLO! Know your history or you are gonna repeat it!
 

honeykeeper

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[quote name='Kingoftheroad' date='03 October 2009 - 06:07 PM' timestamp='1254604056' post='153561']

LOL.....



I have to agree with krh2 & Devildawg on this.....



Michael Moore & his phony belony is as believible as Al Gore.......LMAO !!!!!



Al Gore, "Mr. it the hottest September ever" and he is using July - August figures to back up his statement..... LMAO !!!!



Two boils on the butt of life these two are ! [/quote]



Depends on if you're a "Neo-Con" or not.....I'm not..... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/004.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/019.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt006' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/003.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' />



I'll "keep" posting the comments from viewers:



http://www.michaelmoore.com/words/must-read/pictures-pictures-opening-day-capitalism-love-story



California

Fresno




Los Angeles

Thank you for treating Alvarado Street Bakery to such a great evening in Hollywood! Our "Alvarado" movie premier is going to be October 6th in Santa Rosa - the whole bakery is closing down to see the movie together. Good luck on your opening day!

Sincerely, Julie

Michael Moore Welcome To Fresno California!!! We support You and Your work, I was absolutely blown away by Capitalism: A Love Story!!! My mother loves you so much and you Inspire the both of us. I'm 21 years old and my mother is a Single parent at the age of 50 with 4 kids all together. She is a hard working women with a staff of 20 employees. "I have never been so sad in my life after seeing the movie Sicko, And having my mom tell me the proudest she has ever been of herself was when she could finally afford healthcare at the age of 50". Like you I have seen this country completely change over the coarse of my 21 years, Thankfully I stay away from Main Stream Media and I see what chaos FOX and CNN do to our country. To this day Michael Moore I will strive to do whats best For the people of America!!! Thank you so much for the inspiration you have given me! It means so much to know that there are others in this country that know the REAL American Dream!! I have attached some pictures of me and my mother and some of the staff Opening Day of Capitalism: A Love Story In FRESNO CALIFORNIA!!!I hope you enjoy thanks again!!!!!! - Bobby
 

Kingoftheroad

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[quote name='honeykeeper' date='03 October 2009 - 05:02 PM' timestamp='1254614572' post='153565']

Depends on if you're a "Neo-Con" or not.....I'm not..... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/004.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/019.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt006' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/003.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' />

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Whats a Neo-Con ?? Sounds like something made by RAID, lol



Please don't tell me you buy into all these "Dooms Day" & "The World is coming to an end" scare tactics.



- Remember the '50s? Everyone building bomb shelters in their backyards cause "Russia is gonna Nuke us !!!, Oh NO!!"



- The worlds running out of oil !!!...to drive oil prices up.....Yawn...



- The world is entering another ice age !!!....After a couple seasons with cooler the normal weather.... boring...



- Y2K, the world is coming to an end !!!!....Nap time......



- Global Warming !!!!.....When things warm up and they hatch a good scam to sell high priced stuff in the name of "Green".... I'm not listening, good night....



How many times you gonna cry wolf ??
 

honeykeeper

New Member
[quote name='Kingoftheroad' date='03 October 2009 - 09:31 PM' timestamp='1254616269' post='153566']

Whats a Neo-Con ?? Sounds like something made by RAID, lol



Please don't tell me you buy into all these "Dooms Day" & "The World is coming to an end" scare tactics.



- Remember the '50s? Everyone building bomb shelters in their backyards cause "Russia is gonna Nuke us !!!, Oh NO!!"



- The worlds running out of oil !!!...to drive oil prices up.....Yawn...



- The world is entering another ice age !!!....After a couple seasons with cooler the normal weather.... boring...



- Y2K, the world is coming to an end !!!!....Nap time......



- Global Warming !!!!.....When things warm up and they hatch a good scam to sell high priced stuff in the name of "Green".... I'm not listening, good night....



How many times you gonna cry wolf ??

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Bomb shelters and "Safe Rooms" are a good idea.....as is storing water, food, guns and renewable energy components verses having nothing and hoping for the best in shaky times.



Running out of oil........doesn't look it will happen but I'm sooooooooooo bored of it and fossil fueled chariots that drink gas and the wallet.



Y2K was a government scam to spend money they didn't have like all the other scams and wars they manufacture to spend tax payers money. Never claimed to be the end of the world as I remember it.



Global Warming......check out the north and south poles and the significant ice melts occuring.......and yes the land I lived on for 13 years on the Outer Banks is more underwater in the last 10 years then the last 80 years.





You forgot 9-11 and that TERRORISTS did it so we need to invade IRAQ......because?.....WELL?.......... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/017.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />



Neo-Cons have many definitions but generally are pro-bombing anyone in their way and not caring or understanding for peoples rights or that living a cleaner sustainable way might just be economical and good for the planet......and that the planet is not effected by mans combustion engines and wasteful ineficient ways. Part of this is from my observations so it's part my definition.

Neo Cons are Pro Warfare verses Pro Health and Planet Care like I and many others are.



What is a Neo-Conservative Anyway?



You see the word in the press. You see it used by the Left leaning, Anarchists when there is finger-pointing involved. I have yet to see it used by any Liberal Democrat. What on earth does it mean?



From iconservative.com which has a good definition but terrible opinion:



Neo conservatives are pro-bombing, pro-empire heavyweight intellectuals who have filled the vacuum on the Right, where most Americans have little interest in foreign policy. They dominate Republican foreign policy because they care about it, whereas most Americans don't. NATO expansion was an example; most Americans don't think about it and don't care. "Neo cons" do. Also they heavily influence the Democratic Party from whence they came. They are close to European Social Democrats, many of whom have also now favor pro-interventionist wars, since the collapse of communism.



"Neo conservatives" are mostly former leftists/liberals who converted to conservatism during the '70's and when Ronald Reagan became President. In domestic policy they tend to be moderate "welfare" Republicans. However, their major concern is foreign policy. They strongly favor US military interventions overseas and becoming the world’s policeman. They promoted the First Iraq War and are constantly the instigators for more confrontation with Iraq, Iran, the Sudan, and other Moslem states. They were among the chief instigators of the Kosovo War.



From Eurolegal.org an extremely Liberal website in England:



In contrast to the "old" Conservatives, the Neo conservatives had often come from a liberal Jewish background. Instead of being anti-Semitic, they were rabidly pro-Israel.

According to an article by Michael Lind in the New Statesman, the Neo conservatives are:-

"products of the largely Jewish-American Trotskyist movement of the 1930s and 1940s, which morphed into anti-communist liberalism between the 1950s and 1970s and finally into a kind of militaristic and imperial right ."

James Zogby, the President of the Arab American Institute, defines Neo conservatism thus:-

"Neo-conservatism is the secular political philosophy that defined the reaction of a group of former liberals to what they felt was the Democratic party's policy of appeasement toward the Soviet Union--most especially the USSR's treatment of its Jewish population and its relations with the Arab world. They were a small but influential group of writers, commentators and government officials."

This definition is of importance in one respect: it highlights that fact that there are few Neo conservatives who could be defined as original thinkers, they are mainly journalists, media pundits from New York intellectual circles and people from what is sometimes referred to as "official Washington", the people who inhabit Georgetown and the beltway and seek administration places or advisory functions with contractors to government.



The Christian Science Monitor, which is an excellent unbiased media, has this:



Irving Kristol.

Widely referred as the “godfather” of Neo conservatism, Mr. Kristol was a part of the “New York Intellectuals”, a group of critics mainly of Eastern European Jewish descent. In the late 1930s, he studied at the City college of New York where he became a Trotskyist. From 1947 to 1952 he was managing editor or Commentary Magazine, later called the “neo con Bible”.

By the late 1960s, Kristol had shifted from the left to right on the political spectrum, due partly to what he considered excesses and anti-Americanism among Liberals. Kristol built the intellectual framework of Neo conservatism, founding and editing journals such as The Public Interest and The National Interest.

Kristol is a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and author of numerous books, including “Neo-Conservatism: The Autobiography of an idea.” He is the father of the Weekly Standard editor and oft quoted neo conservative William Kristol.



Also from the CSM, read the short article here. An interview with US foreign policy expert, Walter Russell Mead.



Mead: The Neo cons of today have sort of revived this older Wilsonian tradition. They are no longer concerned, say, about the United Nations, which is what we think Wilsonians are mostly thinking about ... or the World Court. In fact, they think that stuff gets in the way to some degree. But they are more concerned about basic American values and spreading those.



CSM: Where does world opinion factor into this?




Mead: Probably not very much. Except if you reached a point where the unpopularity of American foreign policy was in some way making it impossible for the US to conduct the policy that it wanted to. It's hard for me to see how that would happen.



Finally, Wikipedia.com. After all, how would you explain the term in encyclopedia jargon to researchers in schools?

The term neo conservative is somewhat controversial, with many to whom the label is applied rejecting it. It has become increasingly popular in recent years, to the point where many say it is becoming overused and lacking any coherent definition, especially since many so-called Neo conservatives vehemently disagree with one another on major issues.



David Horowitz, a purported leading neo-con thinker offered this critique in a recent interview with an Italian newspaper:

"Neo-conservatism" is a term almost exclusively used by the enemies of America's liberation of Iraq. There is no "neo-conservative" movement in the United States. When there was one, it was made up of former Democrats who embraced the welfare state but supported Ronald Reagan's Cold War policies against the Soviet bloc. Today "neo-conservatism" identifies those who believe in an aggressive policy against radical Islam and the global terrorists.



--The term was coined by socialist Michael Harrington, who wanted a way to characterize former leftists who had moved significantly to the right -- people he had been deriding as "socialists for Nixon."



Beliefs:



This political group supported a militant anti communism, minimal social welfare (to the consternation of extreme free-market libertarians), and sympathy with a traditionalist agenda (is more inclined than other conservatives toward vigorous government in the service of the goals of traditional morality and pro-business policies). They feuded with traditional right-wing Republicans, such as William F. Buckley and the Nativity, protectionist, isolationists once represented by ex-Republican Pat Buchanan, who is the editor of the paleoconservative magazine The American Conservative.

But domestic policy does not define Neo conservatism; it is a movement founded on, and perpetuated by a hawkish foreign policy, opposition to communism during the Cold War, free trade, and opposition to Middle Eastern states that pursue terrorism. Thus, their foremost target was the old Richard Nixon approach to foreign policy, peace through negotiations, diplomacy, and arms control known, détente and containment (rather than rollback) of the Soviet Union, and the beginning of the process that would lead to bilateral ties between the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the U.S. Today a rift still divides the neo conservative hawks from many members of the State Department, who favor established foreign policy conventions.



Origins:



Neo conservatives are conservatives who are "new" (neo) to the conservative movement in some way. Usually, this comes as a result from the migration from the left of the political spectrum to the right, over the course of many years. Though every such neo conservative has an individual story to tell, there are several key events in recent American history that are often said to have prompted the shift.

Many of today's most famous Neo cons are from Eastern European Jewish immigrant families, who were frequently on the edge of poverty. The Great Depression radicalized many immigrants, and introduced them to the new and revolutionary ideas of socialism and communism.

The Soviet Union's break with Stalinism in the 1950's led to the rise of the so-called New Left in America, which popularized anti-Sovietism along with anti-capitalism. The New Left became very popular among the children of hardline Communist families.

Intellectually, Neo conservatives have been strongly influenced by a diverse range of thinkers from Max Shachtman's version of Trotskyism (in the area of anti-Sovietism and international policy) to the elitist, neo-Platonic ideas of Leo Strauss.

Many critics charged that the Neo conservatives lost their raison d'étre following the collapse of the Soviet Union. During the 1990s, Neo conservatives were once again in the opposition side of the foreign policy establishment, railing against the post-Cold War foreign policy of George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, which reduced military expenditures and was, in their view, insufficiently idealistic.

Neo conservatives perhaps are closer to the mainstream of the Republican Party today since the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon than any competing faction, especially considering the nature of the Bush Doctrine and the preemptive war against Iraq.
 

Kingoftheroad

New Member
[quote name='honeykeeper' date='03 October 2009 - 05:51 PM' timestamp='1254617482' post='153567']

Bomb shelters and "Safe Rooms" are a good idea.....as is storing water, food, guns and renewable energy components verses having nothing and hoping for the best in shaky times.



Running out of oil........doesn't look it will happen but I'm sooooooooooo bored of it and fossil fueled chariots that drink gas and the wallet.



Y2K was a government scam to spend money they didn't have like all the other scams and wars they manufacture to spend tax payers money. Never claimed to be the end of the world as I remember it.



Global Warming......check out the north and south poles and the significant ice melts occuring.......and yes the land I lived on for 13 years on the Outer Banks is more underwater in the last 10 years then the last 80 years.





You forgot 9-11 and that TERRORISTS did it so we need to invade IRAQ......because?.....WELL?.......... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/017.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />



Neo-Cons have many definitions but generally are pro-bombing anyone in their way and not caring or understanding for peoples rights or that living a cleaner sustainable way might just be economical and good for the planet......and that the planet is not effected by mans combustion engines and wasteful ineficient ways. Part of this is from my observations so it's part my definition.

Neo Cons are Pro Warfare verses Pro Health and Planet Care like I and many others are.



What is a Neo-Conservative Anyway?



You see the word in the press. You see it used by the Left leaning, Anarchists when there is finger-pointing involved. I have yet to see it used by any Liberal Democrat. What on earth does it mean?



From iconservative.com which has a good definition but terrible opinion:



Neo conservatives are pro-bombing, pro-empire heavyweight intellectuals who have filled the vacuum on the Right, where most Americans have little interest in foreign policy. They dominate Republican foreign policy because they care about it, whereas most Americans don't. NATO expansion was an example; most Americans don't think about it and don't care. "Neo cons" do. Also they heavily influence the Democratic Party from whence they came. They are close to European Social Democrats, many of whom have also now favor pro-interventionist wars, since the collapse of communism.



"Neo conservatives" are mostly former leftists/liberals who converted to conservatism during the '70's and when Ronald Reagan became President. In domestic policy they tend to be moderate "welfare" Republicans. However, their major concern is foreign policy. They strongly favor US military interventions overseas and becoming the world’s policeman. They promoted the First Iraq War and are constantly the instigators for more confrontation with Iraq, Iran, the Sudan, and other Moslem states. They were among the chief instigators of the Kosovo War.



From Eurolegal.org an extremely Liberal website in England:



In contrast to the "old" Conservatives, the Neo conservatives had often come from a liberal Jewish background. Instead of being anti-Semitic, they were rabidly pro-Israel.

According to an article by Michael Lind in the New Statesman, the Neo conservatives are:-

"products of the largely Jewish-American Trotskyist movement of the 1930s and 1940s, which morphed into anti-communist liberalism between the 1950s and 1970s and finally into a kind of militaristic and imperial right ."

James Zogby, the President of the Arab American Institute, defines Neo conservatism thus:-

"Neo-conservatism is the secular political philosophy that defined the reaction of a group of former liberals to what they felt was the Democratic party's policy of appeasement toward the Soviet Union--most especially the USSR's treatment of its Jewish population and its relations with the Arab world. They were a small but influential group of writers, commentators and government officials."

This definition is of importance in one respect: it highlights that fact that there are few Neo conservatives who could be defined as original thinkers, they are mainly journalists, media pundits from New York intellectual circles and people from what is sometimes referred to as "official Washington", the people who inhabit Georgetown and the beltway and seek administration places or advisory functions with contractors to government.



The Christian Science Monitor, which is an excellent unbiased media, has this:



Irving Kristol.

Widely referred as the “godfather” of Neo conservatism, Mr. Kristol was a part of the “New York Intellectuals”, a group of critics mainly of Eastern European Jewish descent. In the late 1930s, he studied at the City college of New York where he became a Trotskyist. From 1947 to 1952 he was managing editor or Commentary Magazine, later called the “neo con Bible”.

By the late 1960s, Kristol had shifted from the left to right on the political spectrum, due partly to what he considered excesses and anti-Americanism among Liberals. Kristol built the intellectual framework of Neo conservatism, founding and editing journals such as The Public Interest and The National Interest.

Kristol is a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and author of numerous books, including “Neo-Conservatism: The Autobiography of an idea.” He is the father of the Weekly Standard editor and oft quoted neo conservative William Kristol.



Also from the CSM, read the short article here. An interview with US foreign policy expert, Walter Russell Mead.



Mead: The Neo cons of today have sort of revived this older Wilsonian tradition. They are no longer concerned, say, about the United Nations, which is what we think Wilsonians are mostly thinking about ... or the World Court. In fact, they think that stuff gets in the way to some degree. But they are more concerned about basic American values and spreading those.



CSM: Where does world opinion factor into this?




Mead: Probably not very much. Except if you reached a point where the unpopularity of American foreign policy was in some way making it impossible for the US to conduct the policy that it wanted to. It's hard for me to see how that would happen.



Finally, Wikipedia.com. After all, how would you explain the term in encyclopedia jargon to researchers in schools?

The term neo conservative is somewhat controversial, with many to whom the label is applied rejecting it. It has become increasingly popular in recent years, to the point where many say it is becoming overused and lacking any coherent definition, especially since many so-called Neo conservatives vehemently disagree with one another on major issues.



David Horowitz, a purported leading neo-con thinker offered this critique in a recent interview with an Italian newspaper:

"Neo-conservatism" is a term almost exclusively used by the enemies of America's liberation of Iraq. There is no "neo-conservative" movement in the United States. When there was one, it was made up of former Democrats who embraced the welfare state but supported Ronald Reagan's Cold War policies against the Soviet bloc. Today "neo-conservatism" identifies those who believe in an aggressive policy against radical Islam and the global terrorists.



--The term was coined by socialist Michael Harrington, who wanted a way to characterize former leftists who had moved significantly to the right -- people he had been deriding as "socialists for Nixon."



Beliefs:



This political group supported a militant anti communism, minimal social welfare (to the consternation of extreme free-market libertarians), and sympathy with a traditionalist agenda (is more inclined than other conservatives toward vigorous government in the service of the goals of traditional morality and pro-business policies). They feuded with traditional right-wing Republicans, such as William F. Buckley and the Nativity, protectionist, isolationists once represented by ex-Republican Pat Buchanan, who is the editor of the paleoconservative magazine The American Conservative.

But domestic policy does not define Neo conservatism; it is a movement founded on, and perpetuated by a hawkish foreign policy, opposition to communism during the Cold War, free trade, and opposition to Middle Eastern states that pursue terrorism. Thus, their foremost target was the old Richard Nixon approach to foreign policy, peace through negotiations, diplomacy, and arms control known, détente and containment (rather than rollback) of the Soviet Union, and the beginning of the process that would lead to bilateral ties between the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the U.S. Today a rift still divides the neo conservative hawks from many members of the State Department, who favor established foreign policy conventions.



Origins:



Neo conservatives are conservatives who are "new" (neo) to the conservative movement in some way. Usually, this comes as a result from the migration from the left of the political spectrum to the right, over the course of many years. Though every such neo conservative has an individual story to tell, there are several key events in recent American history that are often said to have prompted the shift.

Many of today's most famous Neo cons are from Eastern European Jewish immigrant families, who were frequently on the edge of poverty. The Great Depression radicalized many immigrants, and introduced them to the new and revolutionary ideas of socialism and communism.

The Soviet Union's break with Stalinism in the 1950's led to the rise of the so-called New Left in America, which popularized anti-Sovietism along with anti-capitalism. The New Left became very popular among the children of hardline Communist families.

Intellectually, Neo conservatives have been strongly influenced by a diverse range of thinkers from Max Shachtman's version of Trotskyism (in the area of anti-Sovietism and international policy) to the elitist, neo-Platonic ideas of Leo Strauss.

Many critics charged that the Neo conservatives lost their raison d'étre following the collapse of the Soviet Union. During the 1990s, Neo conservatives were once again in the opposition side of the foreign policy establishment, railing against the post-Cold War foreign policy of George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, which reduced military expenditures and was, in their view, insufficiently idealistic.

Neo conservatives perhaps are closer to the mainstream of the Republican Party today since the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon than any competing faction, especially considering the nature of the Bush Doctrine and the preemptive war against Iraq.

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Wooo, Woooo, TMI !! The abridged version would've been fine, you posted a book...lol



Yeah, Y2K, they claimed all computers would stop and the world would end....Massive Diaster..



And 911, I don't put that in the same catagory cause even the government said they miss read signs of trouble and/or had lack of communications between the CIA & FBI or something like that. Plus, I don't recall scare tactic stuff being spread about terrorists before 911, remember they caught us off guard, we weren't scared, heck we weren't even ready ! There were things on the news about terrorists hitting our battleship, our embascies in other countries but, nothing like they did about Y2K or Global Warming. The government wasn't trying to scare us into wearing bulletproof clothes or bomb proofing my Titan..... Although that would be cool !
 

krh2

Administrator
[quote name='Kingoftheroad' date='03 October 2009 - 06:16 PM' timestamp='1254618969' post='153568']

or bomb proofing my Titan..... Although that would be cool !

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OMG! Thanks.......... LMAO while cleaning my monitor............ <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/005.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />
 

honeykeeper

New Member
[quote name='Kingoftheroad' date='03 October 2009 - 10:16 PM' timestamp='1254618969' post='153568']

Wooo, Woooo, TMI !! The abridged version would've been fine, you posted a book...lol



Yeah, Y2K, they claimed all computers would stop and the world would end....Massive Diaster..



And 911, I don't put that in the same catagory cause even the government said they miss read signs of trouble and/or had lack of communications between the CIA & FBI or something like that. Plus, I don't recall scare tactic stuff being spread about terrorists before 911, remember they caught us off guard, we weren't scared, heck we weren't even ready ! There were things on the news about terrorists hitting our battleship, our embascies in other countries but, nothing like they did about Y2K or Global Warming. The government wasn't trying to scare us into wearing bulletproof clothes or bomb proofing my Titan..... Although that would be cool !

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911 was an inside job........or show me the proof like the picture of the plane hitting the pentagon. They had at least 8 years to prepare since the last bomb plot in the basement of the towers and 20 years to do something about multiple plane hijackings.......at least make proper cockpit doors that can't be kicked down etc...........and at least have anti-aircraft missles at the Pentagon etc. What do you think NORAD is for? To be ready!



It's only after you get acquainted with the war crimes that our country has committed in the past century, that we can entertain the idea that it won't really be a big deal for them to kill 3000 of their own citizens.



The History of the World is the History of a privileged few - Henry Miller



I doubt any Titan could survive the car bombs in this video... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/004.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-U5EZ-J75o&feature=player_embedded[/media]
 

Kingoftheroad

New Member
[quote name='honeykeeper' date='05 October 2009 - 05:01 AM' timestamp='1254744066' post='153586']

911 was an inside job........or show me the proof like the picture of the plane hitting the pentagon. They had at least 8 years to prepare since the last bomb plot in the basement of the towers and 20 years to do something about multiple plane hijackings.......at least make proper cockpit doors that can't be kicked down etc...........and at least have anti-aircraft missles at the Pentagon etc. What do you think NORAD is for? To be ready!



It's only after you get acquainted with the war crimes that our country has committed in the past century, that we can entertain the idea that it won't really be a big deal for them to kill 3000 of their own citizens.



The History of the World is the History of a privileged few - Henry Miller



I doubt any Titan could survive the car bombs in this video... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/004.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-U5EZ-J75o&feature=player_embedded[/media]

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Sorry, I don't believe 911 was an inside job and I don't believe our government killed 3000 of its own people. Though I do believe our government is lax in getting things done the way they say they will or when they say they will. A good example of the governments lax ability is when they say "We have plenty of vacines for "The Flu" or "We have plenty of vacines for an Anthrax attack, don't worry" and when the flu or what ever hits everyone finds out there is a huge shortage of vacines cause the government couldn't or didn't do what they said they would.
 

honeykeeper

New Member
[quote name='Kingoftheroad' date='05 October 2009 - 10:52 AM' timestamp='1254750754' post='153590']

Sorry, I don't believe 911 was an inside job and I don't believe our government killed 3000 of its own people. Though I do believe our government is lax in getting things done the way they say they will or when they say they will. A good example of the governments lax ability is when they say "We have plenty of vacines for "The Flu" or "We have plenty of vacines for an Anthrax attack, don't worry" and when the flu or what ever hits everyone finds out there is a huge shortage of vacines cause the government couldn't or didn't do what they said they would. [/quote]



911 was a message from the illuminati to allow unrestricted banking privilages in exchange for false security. Again.......where's pictures/videos of the plane that hit the pentagon?



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daNr_TrBw6E&feature=player_embedded[/media]





H1N1 is a man made bio-weapon and so is the vaccination.........and so is chlorine in water.........not to be trusted.
 

Kingoftheroad

New Member
[quote name='honeykeeper' date='05 October 2009 - 08:01 AM' timestamp='1254754890' post='153593']

911 was a message from the illuminati to allow unrestricted banking privilages in exchange for false security. Again.......where's pictures/videos of the plane that hit the pentagon?



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daNr_TrBw6E&feature=player_embedded[/media]





H1N1 is a man made bio-weapon and so is the vaccination.........and so is chlorine in water.........not to be trusted.

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Man alive ! LOL.....



I'm not into conspiracy theories. (No offense)



Nah, just more scare tactics, a new flu bug comes around and right away everyone is writing their wills....



Personally, I'm not loading up my body with drugs in the off chance 10yrs from now I may get the flu, I'll take medicine when the time comes that I'll need it.
 

honeykeeper

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[quote name='Kingoftheroad' date='05 October 2009 - 03:30 PM' timestamp='1254767429' post='153601']

Nah, just more scare tactics, a new flu bug comes around and right away everyone is writing their wills....

Personally, I'm not loading up my body with drugs in the off chance 10yrs from now I may get the flu, I'll take medicine when the time comes that I'll need it. [/quote]



Agreed......I've never had a flu shot nor will I. Today they recommend to take two.....if one doesn't do you in the other will!........ <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/009.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt008' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/005.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt009' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/005.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt012' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/005.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt005' />
 
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