Thursday, April 19, 2012

It's that time of year again ...

I always get nervous around this time of year. It seems hard to believe, but it's been almost 20 years since the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas burned to the ground killing 81 people, many of them innocent children. This was later used as the reason for the Oklahoma City Bombing (taking place the same day in 1995), which I now believe to be a false-flag event. And then there was the Columbine school shooting which took place on April 20th. But a lot of things happened on the 19th of April -- some older people might remember it as "Patriot's Day" because the "shot heard 'round the world" happened on this day in 1775 at Lexington and Concord.

I'm old enough to remember Waco clearly, though at the time I was very naive politically. Still, I remember being extremely frustrated with the ATF's course of action over the 51-day siege of the Branch Davidian compound. Basically you had a cult, armed to the teeth, holed up in their own fort designed to wait out the end of the world. And here were these dumb ATF guys blasting bright lights, Tibetan chants and God knows what else at them (I'm sure they had directed wave energy weapons at that time). You just knew it wasn't going to end well, and of course it didn't.

I still don't know much about what happened at Waco, but I can tell you that what happened at Oklahoma City was a dry run for what happened on 9-11-01. Funny, nowadays they're calling Sept. 11 "Patriot Day." What a coincidence. Another coincidence is they used the same crew (CDI) to clean up after the Twin Towers as they did for the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

Well, here's hoping we get through the next few days in peace (and not pieces)! For more about the Oklahoma City Bombing, check out, they always have a lot to say about it.

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