Dependably untrue

Pat Tillman’s parents speak about their son’s death on ESPN:

Pat had high ideals about the country; that’s why he did what he did,” Mary Tillman told the Post. “The military let him down. The administration let him down. It was a sign of disrespect. The fact that he was the ultimate team player and he watched his own men kill him is absolutely heartbreaking and tragic. The fact that they lied about it afterward is disgusting.”

Patrick Tillman Sr., a lawyer, told the Post he is furious about a “botched homicide investigation” and blames high-ranking Army officers for presenting “outright lies” to the family and to the public. “After it happened, all the people in positions of authority went out of their way to script this,” the father said. “They purposely interfered with the investigation, they covered it up. I think they thought they could control it, and they realized that their recruiting efforts were going to go to hell in a handbasket if the truth about his death got out. They blew up their poster boy.”

The government story is ALWAYS false. Remember that. ALWAYS. Sometimes it’s only a minor detail that’s wrong, often it’s a complete fabrication from start to finish. I don’t know what the truth is about Pearl Harbor, JFK’s assassination or 9/11, but I am 100 percent certain that the official version is false in some way.

I mean, from a scientific and historical point of view, I find the concept of aliens on this planet to be improbable to the point of utter absurdity. The only thing that makes me allow for the possibility of their existence is the fact that the apparent US government position is that they don’t.