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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

The Truth is Out There


We have all heard how history repeats itself. Questions over the events leading to the current unpleasantness can be found in an informal investigation of similar events that happened long ago in a galaxy far, far away. Here are an example of what I'm Talking about:

Below is a summary of my book, Uncomfortable Questions: An Analysis of the Death Star Attack, which presents compelling evidence that we all may be the victims of a fraud of immense proportions.

1) Why were a handful of rebel fighters able to penetrate the defenses of a battle station that had the capability of destroying an entire planet and the defenses to ward off several fleets of battle ships?

2) Why did Grand Moff Tarkin refuse to deploy the station's large fleet of TIE Fighters until it was too late? Was he acting on orders from somebody to not shoot down the rebel attack force? If so, who, and why?

3) Why was the rebel pilot who supposedly destroyed the Death Star reported to be on the Death Star days, maybe hours, prior to its destruction? Why was he allowed to escape, and why were several individuals dressed in Stormtrooper uniforms seen helping him?

4) Why has there not been an investigation into allegations that Darth Vader, the second-ranking member of the Imperial Government, is in fact the father of the pilot who allegedly destroyed the Death Star?

5) Why did Lord Vader decide to break all protocols and personally pilot a lightly armored TIE Fighter? Conveniently, this placed Lord Vader outside of the Death Star when it was destroyed, where he was also conveniently able to escape from a large-sized rebel fleet that had just routed the Imperial forces. Why would Lord Vader, one of the highest ranking members of the Imperial Government, suddenly decide to fly away from the Death Star in the middle of a battle? Did he know something that the rest of the Imperial Navy didn't?


This is just a sample of the disturbing insights that are leading many to question the real motives of those involved. An answer to thier questions could lead us to better understand our current world crisis. Pay special attention to comment #74. I can't believe I didn't see it myself before now.



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Anonymous brokengun said...

We need to ask John (Luke Skywalker) McCain, he's the Star Wars expert. (remember the 2000 campaign?)

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