To Whose Benefit, this “Cui Bono?”

To tell you the truth, I’m getting a bit sick of all the thoughtful, allusive, grey-beard-pulling making the rhetorical rounds these days.  All any wiser-than-wise alternative pundit needs to say this week is Cui bono?…and arguments are a priori quelled, stomped on, pulled from the shelves as stale post-sell-by-date refuse.  I’d really like to sponsor an investigation into who benefits from this phrase-borne viral phenomenon.

First of all, I’ll make crystal-clear that I am entirely of the belief that 9/11, 7/7 and the upcoming “whatever” are of unadulterated Western origin.  I am convinced that the U.S. (and Israel) connived to bring about our millenial disasters for fun and profit.  And I’m also convinced that MI6 has not only learned from but acted in accordance with false-flag examples in recent weeks.

What I can’t abide is the smug, know-it-all rhetoric abounding in the ether that hints at all and reveals/resolves nothing.  Let’s have forthright accusation, all you sly-boots; or keep your unrisen dough to yourselves.  Do some serious and seriously dangerous digging.  Cui bono doesn’t cut it – not entirely.

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