I stopped in at Stop Islamic Conquest the other day. The post on top was The Killing, Ver 1.0 (Jihad Me). I read it and wasn't sure what Doodlebug was up to. Y.D. has many humorous posts but when I read them and think about them there usually seems to be some element of truth under the humor. This particular post though is nothing to laugh it. While written as something that would be just hilarious it's too close to the truth. It's unsettling.
I got to thinking about that and about how close to the truth it seemed to be.
Seeing the title of the post was the same as one of the labels I clicked on the label Stop Islamic Conquest: The Killing and started reading. I think I see what Yandee Doodle is doing here.
First, in a post called 9/11 at WTC: Somebody Made a Killing, Y.D. quotes a source (one that seems credible) pointing out how a whole lot of money was made in trading stock during the 9/11 attacks (that is 9/11 give or take a few days). It's wierd how some of the trades made before 9/11 made money because they anticipated the impact on the stock market that 9/11 would have, not just on the airline industry but on the businesses that were in the WTC.
This post here Gag Me is about a former FBI employee named Sibel Edmonds. This woman was hired on to the FBI right after 9/11 because of her language abilities. As she was translating documents she saw evidence that the government had collected regarding terrorist operations. The evidence that she's concerned about did not come from counterterrorist investigations but from criminal and drug investigations. She says there's a lot of money involved in terrorism, that it involved money laundering for drug money, and that it goes beyond the terrorists.
The way I see it is like this: Ordinary mobsters pay off government officials to help them out. We know that happens it always has. It's not necessarily the guy on top that is on their payroll. In fact the guy on top is not the one they want because he's under too much scrutiny. It's the guys down the chain of command that they need. Some working guy, a mid-level manager, is the one to have. You can bribe this guy for less money. I don't know what these guys make in the government let's say $35,000 or $40,000 a year. $100,000 is a lot of money to a guy like that and for a million bucks you can have ten of them. They don't have to actually help move drugs or anything all they need to do is goof something up at a key moment: ensure a document gets mistranslated, pull a good investigator of a certain case and replace him with an idiot, leave a report on a key part of an investigation in his inbox for too long, stuff like that. For a million bucks I bet it wouldn't be too hard to find ten guys in the government who would be happy to do that for you. And that's on top of the hundreds of idiots that I bet you could find who are already doing that out of incompetence not because somebody's paying them!
Anyway this deliberate incompetence seems to be the kind of stuff Sibel Edmonds has witnessed. Somebody is moving a lot of drug money that is connected to 9/11 and terrorists, and somebody in the FBI was looking the other way about it, and that may have helped 9/11 to occur.
Then in two posts Yankee Doodle talks about all the money in terrorism and how alot of that is drug money (I sure was surprised about that!): Jihad, Inc. Part I and Jihad, Inc. Part II.
Here's where it gets interesting.
There's alot of conspiracy kooks out there that are intelligent and imaginative but at the same time they're pretty stupid. Doodle ain't one of them; Doodle is smart and credible.
Doodle quotes the chief engineer on the project to build the World Trade Center as well as the one-site construction manager as saying that the building was overengineered to withstand an airliner crash like what happened in 9/11. Doodle's quote comes from an article in the mainstream media. Both these guys say there is no way an airline crashing into it could bring it down. Yet this is exactly what the government is trying to tell us was going on. (More of that government-incompetence-for-a-fee?) It's scary how Doodle's post ends by quoting the end of this source article as saying that the chief engineer said the building could be brought down by explosives. Something Heavy Going Down Part I
In another post Doodle quotes transcripts of interviews with firefighters and emergency workers who responded on 9/11. These are quotes from experienced firefighters, a couple of these guys are battalion chiefs, one lady is a captain, and so on, these are not novices! They comment on how the towers looked like they were deliberately imploded with explosives (like this engineer had said would need to happen to bring them down): Something Heavy Going Down Part II
It's weird how the first article with the engineer and the construction manager from a source written right after the WTC bombing in 1993 points out that one simple bomb couldn't do it, and neither could an airliner! In 1993 however they talk about how a planned implosion with explosives could do it. And then in 2001 we have an airliner crash into each of the towers, and magically they both collapse just like was said could never happen! This despite eyewitness accounts of experienced high-ranking firefighters who say it looked like an implosion with explosives.
This is what Doodle puts together in his little - I don't know what to call it, it's a post: The Killing, Ver 1.0 (Jihad Me). It seems like the 9/11 operation was a long time in planning after the 1993 attack not just to make sure it worked but to launder some money doing stock trades under the cover of the terrorist attacks, and even make money as a result of them!
It looks to me credible and researched based on authoritative sources.
Doodle was blogging pretty much every day on average more than one post per day, sometimes three or more. Some of those posts were long too! Since that last post where Y.D. put those things together he hasn't been blogging in over a week.
You tell me what's going on.