World Trade crash...

From: Richard Erlacher <>
Date: Tue Sep 11 11:10:26 2001

The terrorists that pulled this off are clearly dead, along with the innocent
passengers aboard the hijacked airplanes. It's of no benefit to them at all.
The political forces behind them, however, are going to benefit. As with all
politics, it's entirely corrupt.

That Saudi millionaire, bin Laudin, or whatever his name is, claimed something
BIG was coming, but I'd more easily believe a bunch of the McVeigh-style
rednecks would do this sort of thing.

Of course, the WTC has been the target of middle-eastern terrorism before ...

I think it would be pretty difficult for a middle eastern organization to find
personnel to pull off four concurrent hijackings in the U.S. as easily as the
local rednecks could do it. What's more, the middle-eastern terrorists don't
normally do things on this scale, those embassy bombings being an exception
rather than the rule. This invites a level of retaliation that they (the
middle-eastern groups) are unwilling to tolerate. Those redneck groups don't
care if they kill a billion people.

The suicidal nature of this combination of acts points to the middle-easterners,
yet the pointless nature points at the rednecks. Who knows?

more below ...


----- Original Message -----
From: "Chad Fernandez" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 9:26 AM
Subject: Re: World Trade crash...

> Richard Erlacher wrote:
> >
> > AND ... in addition to the destruction of the two towers of the WTC in New
> > and the one wing of the Pentagon, there was a car bomb set off outside the
> > Department bldg.
> ABC is aying that the State dept car bomb is false.
It just emphasises the level of chaos, doesn't it?
> >
> > What really scares me is that no matter what knee-jerk comes out of the
> > Washington hierarchy, it will most surely be wrong. The intelligence
> > was entirely in the dark, AND there was a claim of responsibility form the
> > "Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine" on the radio somewhere in
> > middle-east. That's possibly a red-herring and really doesn't mean
> Lots of people usually claim that they did , the most recent terroist
> act. Thats nothing new.
> >
> > Now the entire country is grounded ... which is pretty much what the
> > wanted ...
> >
> > Of course there will have to be some sort of token retribution, but against
> > whom?
> Just sit tight Dick, they'll figure it out.
> > If it's against the Islamic community throughout the world, it will
> > benefit the Israelis.
> Wow, just watching a streat level reply of the towers collapsing.
> People running, lots of thick dust.
> Anyway, what do the Israelis have to do with it? I don't think anybody
> is looking at gaining something from this, besides the terroists.
As I said before, there's reason to doubt the middle-easterners are behind this.
It's a real reckless act like the Oklahoma City bombing, and it's targeted at
"the system" rather than "the government." That just adds to the confusion.

What's sad is that the government will have to take retribution on someone, even
if it's the wrong someone, and most folks won't even care that it's the wrong
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