Thursday, September 10, 2009

Conspiracy Theories And Masturbation

“Conspiracy theories and masturbation. I suspected there was a connection.”

Yves Adele Harlow

“I don't think anybody could have predicted that these people would take an airplane and slam it into the World Trade Center...”

Condoleezza Rice, 2002

Friday, of course, is September 11, the anniversary of the worst terrorist attacks in America’s history.

After the attacks, a number of highly-placed political figures said things similar to Condoleezza Rice’s comment, pushing the notion that flying a plane into the World Trade Center buildings was such an outlandish act nobody could have foreseen it.

I’m not going to get too involved with political conspiracy theories here at Impossible Kisses. As Yves Adele Harlow—that name is an anagram for Lee Harvey Oswald—points out there does seem to be a connection between conspiracy theories and masturbation. However I do want to make the point that Condoleezza Rice and everyone else who made comments characterizing the 9/11 attacks as unimaginable was flat-out lying.

That’s not a conspiracy theory. That’s just a fact.

Look, here are some pictures of an airliner flying toward one of the World Trade Center buildings and, at the last minute, pulling up and narrowly avoiding the building. These were created at least six months before the 2001 attacks, and depict a hijacked airliner piloted by would-be “terrorists” who are attempting to crash into one of the World Trade Center buildings:

Those images, of course, are from the short-lived TV series “The Lone Gunmen.” The pilot episode, broadcast in March of 2001, six months before the attacks of 9/11, was about a government conspiracy to crash an airliner into one of the World Trade Center buildings with the intention of sparking global fighting and increasing arms sales to generate more profits to the US military industrial complex.

My point here isn’t to suggest the 9/11 attacks were an inside job. My point is that TV writers are almost universally regarded as the stupidest, most uninformed writers in the world. If TV writers were aware of various anti-terrorist study groups which had concluded that flying an airliner into a skyscraper was a plausible real-world scenario then every politician who worked in the context of national security would have known the same thing. Condoleezza Rice was the national security adviser.

Condoleezza Rice and so many others flat-out lied to America and to the world when she and they said nobody could have predicted terrorists might fly an airliner into a World Trade Center building.

That much is true.

What conspiracy theories anyone might want to build on that truth is entirely open to the masturbation fantasies of the individual conspiracy theorist.

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The Yves Adele Harlow pic and philosophy quote are from
“Bond, Jimmy Bond,” episode 2 of “The Lone Gunmen

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