Friday, September 11, 2020

Op-Ed Piece about 9/11, Osama Bin Laden, the CIA & Covid 19 by @ChrisHare662


Written by C. Hare / ChrisHare662@gmail.com

I remember being woke up by my grandmother the morning of September 11th 2001, telling me that I needed to turn the news on because an airplane had flown into the World Trade Center in New York City. In a split second, these thoughts came to mind, (Terrorists, Airplanes, New York City, World Trade Center, Damn they went BIG, George H.W Bush, CIA, Afghanistan) before finally the words "Osama Bin Laden" came out of my mouth. I turned the TV on and changed it to Fox News a few seconds after the second plane had hit the second building, I was like "holy f@cking sh!t," and knew that this shit just got real. It was absolutely unbelievable. I saw some of the most horrific shit ever on the news, from people jumping out of windows 80 stories up to people running down the street as the two of the world's tallest buildings came tumbling down in the most peculiar way sending dust and debris through the streets of New York City. 


Now lets go back to the summer of 1999 around the time the news started to scare people about Y2K, the hoopla was that computers would not be able to "process" the year 2000 which in turn would cause a complete worldwide electronic shutdown. For months, people scrambled to make back up plans and as it came closer to December 31st 1999, there was a wide spread of panic causing shoppers to violently go out and buy supplies, generators, food, weapons, etc just in case. (kind of like how the "plandemic" had people back in March and April). 

Ok so follow me if you can, I had always been intrigued by the Mafia/Kennedy connection so it had opened my mind to what people call "conspiracies." In 1993 the terrorist attack/bombing at the World Trade Center had opened my mind up to the idea of foreign terrorists. My senior year in high school the Oklahoma City bombing took place "at the hands" of Timothy McVeigh which opened my eyes up to the idea of domestic terrorism. By the time Senior year was over, I was fully indulged in watching the news on a regular basis, paying attention to world events and select people like Bill Clinton, Bill Gates and George Bush, always trying to make connections which would spawn more interest to read books, ask questions and create conversations with adults who were more aware of these things than my friends were. From 1995-2001 I probably read 30 books or more on politicians, world leaders, wars, conspiracies, etc that finally lead me to reading the book "Behold a Pale Horse" by William Cooper. (now this book is a whole other conversation)

Now back to the morning of when 9/11 happens, my grandmother tells me to turn on the TV, my spider senses tells me that Bin Laden is gonna be the prime suspect, and soon after that every news channel in the world broadcasted that Osama was indeed the prime suspect in the planning of this attack with the help of Saudi money. Saudi money from a Saudi family with connections to the CIA, and to George H.W Bush and company, all while George's son George W. Bush was President. Not to mention that George H.W Bush was the Director of CIA in 1976-1977. 

However something weird happened. The naming of Bin Laden quickly turned into mayhem in Iraq- the hunting of Saddam Hussein, the destruction of Baghdad, the search for weapons of mass destruction, the discovery of billions of dollars in US cash, and a ton of other shit that had nothing to do with Bin Laden at all whatsoever. It wasn't until President Barack Obama years later in May of 2011 sent in the US Special Forces to capture and or kill Osama Bin Laden.

From there it went from finding Bin Laden to attacking Iraq and Saddam Hussein. And to be honest the way they used one thing to do something completely different then, is no different than how "they" used this "plandemic" to inflict a variety of other things on us as people of not only the United States but to the whole world. We literally have lived through what will be at least 50 different type of movies in the future. 

For days the whole country watched as all the news channels broadcasted coverage 24 hours a day, we were basically brainwashed that entire time that Osama Bin Laden and the Saudi's had something to do with this horrific terrorist attack that left over 2000 people dead and scores of thousands traumatized. It was at this point, I realized that things are not always what they seem, especially if it's being forced upon us through every single news channel and newspaper. But as soon as the war in Iraq started people soon were forced to make 9/11 just a blip on the timeline of life because now everyone was focused on what was going on "over there." I however decided to go to New York, just a few weeks after the attack. I was right down at ground zero, some buildings nearby were covered in nets, all the debris that we saw on TV was removed and hundreds of feet down were hundreds of construction workers and heavy equipment everywhere. There was a famous church a couple blocks away that was filled with pictures, flowers, and balloons attached to the fence all the way down the street. It was extremely surreal, I was highly skeptical of the entire scenario, but I definitely was happy that I was able to visit the aftermath of a historic event shrouded in mystery and conspiracy.

Its nice that every year, our country can focus on the memories of the lives that were lost, the destruction that was caused, and as sad as it really is, it is also what they used to distract us on what laws and bills that were passed because of this terrorist attack that started things like Homeland Security, The Patriot Act, the legal invasion of our privacy, and so on. So for most people they may think of how New York and American came together because of 9/11, they think about all the firefighters and police officers who risked their lives to save people, which is something that I respect and know is very admirable. 

But what I think of is lies, conspiracies, and how Bin Laden who's super wealthy family with connections to the CIA and Bush's supposedly were responsible for the 9/11 attacks while a Bush was President. I think about how the American media focused on Osama Bin Laden, then quickly switched its focus to attacking Iraq, taking Saddam out of power, and finding the hidden cache of weapons of mass destruction. I think about how Bin Laden was killed a decade later, in a suspicious matter, his body was dumped at sea, and then years later every single solider who was on that operation ended up dying in "helicopter crash" except for one guy who claims on his twitter that he is the guy who killed Osama Bin Laden. 

9/11 reminds me of this "plandemic", 9/11 reminds me that we can be force fed media bullshit and lies all based off something that we can feel and see with our own eyes. 9/11 reminds me of the first time I witnessed mass chaos and panic fueled by politicians and news. Literally the same politicians, and the same news corporations that created the chaos and panic we all have gone through since March of this year. In a way, the WTC bombing in 93, the Oklahoma bombing in 95, the Y2K thing in 99, the WTC terrorist attack in 2001 all prepared me to handle my life and emotions that much better for this "Covid 19 Pandemic" that has lead to nation wide protests and destruction of major cities over something completely different. The media is so far removed from where we where back in March. Italy and its Covid 19 outbreak are now just a blip on the timeline of life because now everyone is focused on racial issues, the Trump/Biden election, and a bunch of other shit that has nothing to do with Covid at all whatsoever. So anyway thats what this years memorial of 9/11 reminds me of. 

Condolences to everyone who lost someone in the 9/11 terror attack, and RIP to all those lives that were lost as well. The death and sadness that was inflicted on all those families is very real and unfortunate. But in my mind there is always more than what meets the eye. 


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