[ExI] Fascist America, in 10 Easy Steps

Stefano Vaj stefano.vaj at gmail.com
Sun Oct 7 23:49:20 UTC 2007

On 10/8/07, Jeff Davis <jrd1415 at gmail.com> wrote:
> The 9/11 report, cover-up
> that it was, was not about covering up a masterfully planned and
> executed plot to subvert our republic and establish an empire, but
> rather a garden variety procedural exercise in domestic political
> damage control.  The elite needed to cover up the glaring fact that
> the Bushcabal had at best, been asleep at the switch, at worst,
> abandoned its post.  (LIke Bush in the Texas Air National Guard, off
> somewhere, partying.)

I do not see this idea as too inconsistent with that of an "inside job".

To get back to transhumanism, let us say that wanting a divorce I
manufacture a Frankenstein monster, let him free in the garden and leave the
door of my bride's bedroom open. I may have "forget" it open, for sure I did
not organise her murder, but let us say that were I or not aware in advance
of the details of what was going to happen it cannot be exactly claim that I
am really surprised by, and/or entirely innocent of, the developments.

What is exactly the border line? The fact that some federal agent or other,
as opposed to purely independent players, were informed in advance of the
date? Of the target? Of the techique? Or the fact that a written order
signed by the President of the United States was signed or not, indicating
the model of plane to be used, and the buildings to attack? Or was not a
king of England who once expressed his wishes to be freed by an inconvenient
presence by some unspecified occurrence? The chain of command works best not
when micromanaging, à la Nixon, but simply conveying the idea that "what
shold be done, should be done", maintaining flexibility and deniability all
the way.

Stefano Vaj
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