|Suspicious aspects of the official
|We are told that Joe Stack, an "ordinary" American who showed no signs
of mental disorders, "flipped out" one evening.
It's very common for us to lose our temper, but Joe did much more than
that. He set fire to his house, posted a suicide note on the Internet,
and went on a suicidal mission to fly an airplane into the IRS offices
in his city of Austin, Texas.
However, there are some suspicious aspects to the official story. For
|The fire and damage to the building was incredible,
but only one person in the building
died, and only 13 were injured.
Did some people know that the attack was coming? Why did the fire spread
so quickly, and to so many different offices?
Update 22 Feb: The only victim has
been identified, a
black man! Coincidence?
|A small plane crashed into a different building, and the damage was
Although this building was probably much stronger, and this airplane
may have had much less fuel, we ought to wonder how there could be such
an incredible difference between these two events.
|There is no evidence yet that Joe Stack was suicidal or suffering from
mental problems, but a former FBI agent
made such idiotic
as "He was a wound collector".
||“I'm a wound collector, also, so don't mess
Suspicious aspects of the
and "truth seekers"
||Alex Jones initially speculated that the attack was a false flag operation
by the US government, but while talking with Bob Chapman, ex-Congressman
James Traficant, and Mike Rivero, he began wondering if the official story
is correct! Mike Rivero claimed that the government doesn't
want us to read his manifesto. Here is an excerpt from his 19 February
2010 radio show:
840 kbytes. His full audio is at this
suspicious website WhatDoesItMean posted this
article to promote Joe Stack as a "Gray Champion", and the next day they
article to link to this
website about Gray Champions, which also promotes Joe Stack as a hero,
and which implies that there will be more violence! They write: "Joe
Stack’s blood has now flown into the Tree of Liberty’s roots, and his will
not be the last."
Furthermore, these proud patriots beg for donations!
||News reports, such as this,
are pointing out that many people consider Joe Stack to be a hero.
||Many people, such as this
from the Christian Science Monitor, are claiming that there is a growing
anger towards the government, and that there may be more
of these violent acts.
Were the witnesses prepared
for the attack?
Jerry Cullen (misspelled as Jerry Colon in some reports),
a former flight instructor, was one of the witnesses interviewed by television.
At 1:20 in this
report, when asked what he thinks about the people inside the building,
he responded, "I guess I'll find out this afternoon".
Does he seem like he really cares about the victims? Another of
his interviews is here.
What is going on?
One possibility is that the Jews are trying to create the impression
that "ordinary" Americans are becoming angry at the government - and at
the IRS and Federal Reserve in particular - and may
flip out at any moment and engage in suicidal acts of violence.
If they can fool people into believing this idiotic theory, then they
will be able to use any of us, including
in one of their false flag operations. For example, they could kill you,
put your body in a truck, then have it explode in front of an IRS office,
and then claim that you "flipped out" because you were "collecting wounds"
and went on a suicidal rampage to get revenge against the IRS.
||“Another patriot just flipped out! We must
down on these extremists and their hate-filled Internet sites!
They are stirring up anger with their crazy conspiracy
theories. We must protect the nation from their violent, suicidal