I wanted to bring forward these words left by JC at a Reptile Dysfunction yesterday, which he brought over from Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge. It has to do with the passport left behind by one of the “suicide bombers”, the modern-day signature of the false flag event:
Now, we admit to not being experts on the nuances, or even basics, of “suicide bombing for terrorists 101”, but is bringing your own passport to an event that will be your last, really that crucial, especially when the passport is such a critical smoking gun?
Also, if a suicide bomber blows up while carrying the passport, does the passport survive intact every single time or just on specific occasions?
Just as with the passport found in the rubble of the World Trade Center, or the drivers license in the Charlie Hebdo hoax, we are asked to be credulous beyond the pale of even normal blind stupidity. And we fulfill our roles. It is discouraging.
As I sat here this morning reading (The Greek Way by Edith Hamilton), I found the words rolling over me and leaving comfort. That, to me, is a better activity than to dwell on the evil of CIA and all the other spooks who pull off these awful slaughters to advance their insane wars in blind pursuit of power. There is evil in humans, and those most capable of such perfidy as the Paris attacks advance to the front of the line. They get to kill the most people, destroy all that is good, and clink their glasses while exchanging their knowing winks at gatherings in Georgetown or London or wherever they hang out.
All they ask of us is blind stupidity. And we give it to them.
When I returned to writing here, I wanted to stay close to home, write about Montana, my home in my heart, and forget about the madness that is our world, as I cannot change it. As Dark Helmet reminded us in Spaceballs,
“Evil will always triumph, because good is dumb.”
So enough about Paris. Forget Paris.
PS: From comments below, Paul Craig Roberts: “Americans are not capable of believing truth. They have been brainwashed that truth is “conspiracy theory.” A population this stupid has no future.” (He sounds a little frustrated. I get that.)