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Posted on 03/21/2006 5:53:13 PM PST by sionnsar
Episcopal goofballism goes off the charts:
Just your average wild-eyed, foaming-at-the-mouth conspiracy nuts, Father Frank Morales told me as he surveyed the 200 or so graying beatniks and neighborhood anarchist punks sporting IS IT FASCISM YET? buttons who had assembled in the basement of St. Marks Church for the weekly Sunday-night meeting of the New York 9/11 Truth Movement to hear a lecture by Webster Tarpley, author of 9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA.
Saying he was in New York to debunk the outrageous myth . . . the absurd fairy tale that the tragic events of September 11, 2001, were the work of nineteen fanatics with box cutters sent by a bearded man in a cave, the 60-year-old Tarpley projected a slide designated State-Sponsored False Flag Terrorism, depicting a Venn diagram of three interconnected circles.
Circle one was labeled patsies, comprising dupes, useful idiots, fanatics, provocateurs, and Oswalds. Included here were the demonized bin Laden and alleged lead hijacker Mohammad Atta. The second ring, marked MOLES, contained government officials loyal to the invisible government, such as Paul Wolfowitz, Tony Blair, Donald Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney, and, of course, George W. Bush. The third circle, PROFESSIONAL KILLERS, encompassed technicians, CIA special forces, old boysthe unnamed ones who did the dirty work and kept their mouths shut.
September 11 was the true face of corporatized terror, said Tarpley, graduate of Flushing High School, class of 1962 (also Princeton), and author of an unauthorized biography of George Herbert Walker Bush. The book paints the Bush-family patriarch, Senator Prescott Bush, as knowingly profiting from Hitlers Third Reich in his role as a director of the Union Banking Corporation, where, Tarpleys book says, the Nazis kept their money.
According to Tarpley, this, roughly, is how it went down on September 11: Cheney, Rumsfeld, and the Pet Goatengrossed president played their assigned roles enabling the strange events of the day, including the wholesale stand-down of the multi-trillion-dollar American air-defense system. Cued by fellow mole Richard Clarke, the main players made sure the CIA-owned-and-operated Osama and his alleged 72-virgin-craving crew got the blame, the towers collapsing not from fire, as reported by the brainwashed mainstream media, but thanks to a well-planned controlled demolition.
Father Frank Moraless conversion was more dramatic. Raised in the Jacob Riis Projects, Morales, who if not for his priest collar could be mistaken for an East Village hipster, is a longtime Lower East Side hero, primarily for his work with local squatter communities. The day after 9/11, the diocese asked if hed go to ground zero to perform last rites. They said be prepared, because were not talking bodies, Frank, were talking body parts.
I could feel myself getting madder and madder, not the way a priest is supposed to feel, says Morales. Sitting with a fireman, Morales called out, If I had somebody in this mess, Id wanna get those m_____f_____ers. It was then, Morales says, that the fireman whispered, Hey, thats not it. You wanna know something? Bush and bin Laden have the same banker.
It was everything that happened afterward, the Patriot Act and Iraq, that turned him into a 9/11 Truth activist, says Morales, who likewise sees little alternative to [Made It Happen On Purpose].
There's absolutely nothing to say to raving paranoia like this. Except, perhaps, that if 9/11 had happened on the watch of a Democratic president, Morales would probably be all for plowing under the entire Middle East and putting up condos. Thanks to Kathy Shaidle.
UPDATE: Speaking of raving paranoia...
Yep, this anecdote is authentic. Rings so true. I can actually see it happening at Ground Zero on Sept. 12, 2001, just like he says.
Now, would somebody please loosen up the straps on this jacket?
Until today, I never knew St. Mark's was an Episcopal church.
I always thought it was a communist, er, I mean "community" church.
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