I don’t know kids, maybe it’s just my spidey sense after spending months in the labyrinth, but the entire Ground Zero Mosque circus is starting to look like another distraction for the moos. While we are debating the pros and cons of putting a necromonger house of domination over the cemetery of dead innocents whose executable crime (?) was going to work one tuesday morning in September, we may not be paying as close attention to other matters as we should be…yes, the District of Criminals is returning to ‘work’, Bambi might actually return to the WH to throw yet another party, the Fed and the Treasury are doing the monetization two-step, and a lot more is going on in Afghanistan and Iraq than we are privy to information about.
But I digress…
The original owners of the Ground Zero mosque site mysteriously spurned dozens of higher bids before selling the prime downtown real estate at a bargain-basement price.
The Pomerantz family, which had owned the building since the late 1960s and fielded offers after the patriarch died in 2006, rejected at least one bid that was nearly four times what prospective mosque builder Sharif El-Gamal eventually paid, The Post has learned.
El-Gamal did offer what could be viewed as a sweetener to his $4.8 million bid in July 2009 — a job as a property manager for a son of the family, Sethian Pomerantz.
Read the rest over at the New York Post.
As for 9.11; do I believe that islamic jihadists murdered these people; yes. Do I still think that our government was knowingly involved in some way; definitely. Do I believe we will ever know the truth about 9.11; nope. Do I believe we will take our country back from the old monied families, the transnational corporations, the drug cartels, and the globalists? I’m not sure at this point that enough Americans are awake yet to the number of coalitions with competing or opposing agendas. If you haven’t noticed lately, America is a big, big, place and everybody has an agenda. I do know that a thorough cleansing of Congress needs to take place and the newly elected representatives need to be reminded constantly that there is no free lunch anymore; we will be watching their every move, we will be holding them accountable, and their behinds belong to us – not to the lobbyist that gives them the most campaign cash.
As for Ground Zero, I don’t think anything should be built there. EVER.
The anniversary is just days away; watch the video footage of the planes hitting the towers again and then tell me that putting anything there other than grass, trees, and a memorial to those murdered souls and America’s (us, not the government) lost innocence is appropriate.
Let us all be reminded of what evil does while we aren’t paying attention. You can never go back to your life like it was before.
Silent no longer.