Saturday, May 20, 2017
On the Fact that this Country Spends Over $600 Billion on Defense Every Year (and this of Course Doesn't Even Include All of the Additional Billions that We Spend on the Department of Homeland Security, the Various Intelligence Agencies, Foreign Military Aid, Veteran's Pensions, Peacekeeping Operations, etc.) and We STILL Couldn't Prevent an Aircraft (and/or Missile) from Striking the Pentagon on September 11th (and Please Keep In Mind Here that the Pentagon Is Considered Ground Zero) - this, Despite the Fact that the Facility Itself Has Several of the World's Most Sophisticated Radar Monitoring Systems and a Cadre of Anti-Missile Batteries that Could Have Shot Down Whatever it Was that Assailed it
There are only two possible explanations for this. Either the government is even more incompetent and inept than we thought or there was some aspect of government complicity (either in orchestrating it or simply allowing it to happen). Please, you decide.