6 thoughts on “ TIDBIT: LOOKING BACK ON THE OKC BOMBING: GENERAL PARTIN’S THEORY ...”

  1. Article: “…and it is clear that the official ‘investigation’ ignored all the facts presented by General Partin. Indeed, Partin’s report is not even part of the record. Wikipedia does not even mention the report as a ‘conspiracy theory’ in Wikipedia’s recitation of the official line.” Complete control. You do have to admire their chutzpah…

    “It has never been clear to me why a number of people knew better than to come to work that day in the Murrah building…” When the day comes, these people will be Excellent people to ‘question’ where they got their info. Just like the people who actually originated all the Put orders just before Sep 11th…

  2. Robert Barricklow

    The infamous press is not a free press; they do their father Goebbels proud. The NYTimes conducts the singing propaganda choir in the breath and scope of choreographed lies to choose from. Almost every publication is some form of a fascist corporate/national security state filter. Pick your blonde & dumb mirrored publications/images; unless, of course, your hip to the ugly truth.

  3. Glad to see OKC revisited. Eric Holder got his big break “investigating” there, btw.

    A few things that PCR doesn’t mention:

    *Anyone conversant with munitions will tell you that the over-pressure from a fertilizer bomb is woefully insufficient to create a crater under the van, let alone rip away half a concrete and steel-reinforced structure. (Think Bali and Khobar Towers, also.)

    *I watched several hours of the search and rescue on live TV. There were many bulletins about several still un-exploded “devices” found in the building, and I even saw a bomb squad remove one of them in broad daylight, put it in a padded bomb-trailer, drive it slowly away and explode it.

    All on live teevee, folks. But of course it was two disgruntled patriot/militia/gun nutz who dun dun it.

  4. What can one expect of an over school miseducated middle class of Alfred E. Newmans whose motto is What Me Worry?

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