From: Dossy (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jan 08 2002 - 11:13:34 MST
On 2002.01.08, John Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >yet nobody's been able to really give reasons why
> Because you provide no scenario as to how the government managed to do
> such a thing and still be consistent with what is known about the
The hijacker's could very well be bankrolled by the CIA.
> even more important because you give no coherent reason why the
> government would want to do such a thing;
Boost a declining US economy before a true depression (which would
require a proper, full-scale war to emerge from, just like the
previous 2 depressions).
To exercise more thorough control over the drug trade in Pakistan
To push surveillance and snooping technology and legislature
through in short order to use against groups that may pose a
threat to the current political powers.
These are three reasons that have actually been used in the
past. I wouldn't be surprised if they were the reasons behind
this event, as well.
> and most important of all because nobody knows why you want to do such
> a thing as join this list.
Because I agree with the extropian principles, mainly the notions
about continual self-improvement and life-enhancement through
Part of this is to ensure that the infrastructure (the environment
in which you live) can support these goals. The government certainly
is a part of that. Discussing the actions of our government (and
the sub-obvious goals of it) are most certainly relevant to
any organization which seeks to make major change in people's
way of life.
Our government is reknowned for using it's superior force to
bring about an "American" way of life on people -- would it do
the same to it's very own people if they decided that they
preferred a different way of life?
-- Dossy Shiobara mail: email@example.com Panoptic Computer Network web: http://www.panoptic.com/ "He realized the fastest way to change is to laugh at your own folly -- then you can let go and quickly move on." (p. 70)
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