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9-11 Cover-Up

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Started: 12/12/2016 Category: Society
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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"The inquiry has often been made of us in the course of our history, why we do not contradict such and such statements, "Why do you not confute this or that?" "Why do you not enlighten the people in regard to certain statements which are urged against you, and disabuse the public mind?" . . . As for offering refutations to charges made against us, it would be impossible to keep pace with the thousands of freshly invented falsehoods that the powers spiritual and the powers temporal would produce to feed the credulity of the ignorant masses."- Brigham Young

War is its own Economy-

The concept of permanent war economy originated in 1944 with an article by Ed Sard (alias Frank Demby), Walter S. Oakes and T.N. Vance, a Third Camp Socialist, who predicted a post-war arms race. He argued at the time that the United States would retain the character of a war economy; even in peacetime, US military expenditure would remain large, reducing the percentage of unemployed compared to the 1930s. He extended this analysis in 1950 and 1951.

Faced with the prospect of more spending cuts, the defense industry has been arguing that they would cripple many local economies by ending well-paying jobs in the weapons-building sector. In fact, the Aerospace Industries Association went so far as to commission a study by George Mason University professor Stephen S. Fuller, whose analysis shows that up to 1 million jobs could be lost if sequestration takes place, as now scheduled, on Jan. 2.
But at what cost? There"s a new George Mason paper by Thomas K. Duncan and Christopher J. Coyne, a pair of GMU economists, that focuses on a long-overlooked side effect of military spending. GMU has a highly-regarded economics program (including two Nobel economics laureates) and " located just outside the Washington Beltway that encircles the capital city " an ideal perch from which to study federal policy.


9-11 was a inside job
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Posted by KRTxBallistic 2 years ago
Oh great, another twoofer.
Posted by Sheepz 2 years ago
Hey what do you know perfect example of a young sheep.... :{ ^
Posted by CosmoJarvis 2 years ago
Oh heavens.
Here come the conspirators! Hide your children!
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