19 Years Ago Today

by William Skink

I was a 22 year old college student attending classes at the University of Montana when the attacks of 9/11 occurred.

19 years later, who still believes the cover story about hijackers and plane impacts bringing down steel-framed buildings?

My personal opinion, derived from the research I’ve done, is that 9/11 was an occult ritual. While that may sound crazy, just consider the results.

The bipartisan power grab that was quickly imposed in the wake of the attacks has never been relinquished, making the constitutional protections Americans took for granted meaningless.

Because we failed to identify the real perpetrators of 9/11, we are still vulnerable to those same malevolent forces mind-fucking our brains and controlling our lives.

Remember the Anthrax attacks? What companies/people were rewarded with government contracts to develop an Anthrax vaccine? Who is Jerome Hauer?

Maybe it’s still too difficult, psychologically, for Americans to accept the possibility that elements within their own government would allow a terrorist attack to happen in order to benefit from the subsequent power grab.

I guess it’s easier to believe that on September 11th, 2001, two airplanes caused three steel-framed buildings to collapse at free-fall speed, pancaking floors into a smoldering heap of debris.

If that false narrative still holds power over you, then you are ready for the Covid vaccine.

About Travis Mateer

I'm an artist and citizen journalist living and writing in Montana. You can contact me here: willskink at yahoo dot com
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5 Responses to 19 Years Ago Today

  1. Eric says:

    Sure, President Bush, and Karl Rove blew up the towers, to kill liberal New Yorkers.

    Just like they blew up the New Orleans levee, to kill black people!

    Pleeze – all those conspiracy theories have been thoroughly debunked.

    • out in the woods says:

      They damn well knew that attack was coming. Please, tell me who has debunked these conspiracy theories, our own government?

  2. Big Swede says:

    It was Bill Clinton’s fault that 9/11 happened.

    Clinton even bragged the day before 9/11 that he could have killed the terrorist mastermind but refused.

    “I could have killed him,” he told a group of Australians, in a speech on September 10, 2001, which was hidden until 2014. “But I would have to destroy a little town called Kandahar in Afghanistan and kill 300 innocent women and children, and then I would have been no better than him. And so I just didn’t do it.”

    But agents told Clinton about at least three other times he could have killed bin Laden without taking out a village—and Clinton backed out of those, too.

    Once, agents had a crystal-clear video of the 6’5” terrorist at his hideout in Tarnak Farms, but the Clinton administration said it wasn’t ready to act.

    “You need to tell us where bin Laden will be five or six hours from now,” officials replied.

    The agents couldn’t believe their ears.

  3. Steve W says:

    No matter how one looks at 9/11, from what our intel, military and civilian leaders did before, during and after the actual attack, at the alledged hijackers, at the official investigations, at the documented photographic evidence collected and presented by Dr. Judy Wood, 9/11 in its entirety is clearly completely hinkey.

    People are still terrified to discuss the many contradictions and the many unexplained facts because people are still suffering from PTSD.

    The end result has been 20 years of American bloodshed killing hundreds of thousands and displacing 37 million people.

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