Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Please Lock Me Away

Every day, billions of people talk to an invisible guy in the sky, asking him to special favors for them, and this is considered to be normal behavior. Even though no one has ever seen this guy, people take it on faith that he exists because they want to believe it and no amount of logical persuasion can sway them otherwise. And this is considered normal. Acceptable. Sane.
While this aberrant behavior is considered to be regular, there are psychologists who think that people who question the official government conspiracy theory about 9/11 are mentally ill. It's not as if the Bush administration ever lied about anything. And everybody knows that politicians are revered the world over for their honesty. Surely one would have to be crazy to think that the government would send thousands of people to their deaths for no reason.
The official 9/11 commission report is like a scab on a large wound. You can pick at it for a while, but eventually, you open that wound up again, at a time when some people would like to move on and forget the sinister dealings of the Cheney regime. You know, the regime that thought it perfectly alright to sodomize children, torture people to create a fictional link between Saddam and 9/11, and treason is justifiable when it covers your ass. That there were those at the end of the Cheney/Bush regime who still supported that evil cabal should direct people to the truly mentally ill.
I believe we are being lied to about 9/11. Thgere are too many questions left unanswered for me. If you wish to read more, try here for starters. And if it makes me mentally ill for still having the ability to question why a steel framed building that was not struck by a plane still managed to collapse like a controlled demolition, then lock me away, or at least adjudicate me mentally defective and give me a big government monthly stipend for the remainder of my days.


Tom Harper said...

When the Soviet Union still existed, one of the things we found so appalling and unthinkable was that political dissidents were sometimes committed to mental institutions.

Unthinkable! I'm sure glad nothing like that could ever happen here in the Land of the Free.

libhom said...

It sounds like those psychologists have some major issues. When intellectual curiosity and distrust of authority are considered dysfunctional, you know that something is seriously wrong.