In short: I, Brian Romanoff, was happy to see a reporter in the field doing research for a story. I was not as pleased by being labeled a “9/11 conspiracy theorist” in the article.
Must I again mention that the ever-changing “official version” of events relating to 9/11 is itself a conspiracy theory, and one that has evolved adapted through time.
More so, the amazing coincidences that were required for the official version of events to be true (lack of intelligence, lack of airport security, lack of air defense, lack of ground defense, lack of funds, excessive insider stock trades, WTC 7, the symmetrical collapse of WTC 1 & 2, and explosive material in the dust to name a few) that to believe the official version completely is such a stretch that it must be labeled a “coincidence theory.”
Sorry I had to get that off my chest. This is cross-posted at my Bohemian Grove Blog. Enjoy the read:
source for below material: New York Times by Dan Barry July 27, 2010 (For Photo Slideshow click here - please add comments to NY Times artcicle here)
A Lexus-Mercedes caravan of privilege disturbs the sylvan stillness along a Northern California back road, motoring under an honor guard of redwoods that have no choice in the matter. In defiance of nature’s odds, every driver is a man.
This can only mean that it is time again for the annual Bohemian Grove encampment, where, for more than a century, thousands of men have shed wives and cares to hike, listen to lectures, drink, discuss current events, celebrate the arts, drink, share frat-boy traditions, enjoy boon companionship no woman could understand, and drink.
A teary-eyed toast, then, to this wooded womb, followed by soulful consideration of one’s connection to greatness while urinating beside a skyscraping redwood. Who knows what titan of industry, what head of government — what Bohemian! — has relieved himself in this very spot?
Herbert Hoover? Henry Kissinger? Art Linkletter?
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