In case you haven’t heard and before they remove it all together.
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — A small airplane crashed into an office building in Austin, Texas which reportedly housed an Internal Revenue Service office, according to media reports Thursday. However, Austin officials said the crash is not terror related. So far, two people have been sent to the hospital and one person is unaccounted for, the authorities said. They declined to comment on the pilot. But the Wall Street Journal reported that a Texan named Joseph Stack made an Internet posting that indicated that he was responsible for the crash.
Here is the original link:
What may become a future trend of domestic terrorism … one of our own finally called it quits. Whether you agree with his actions or not is beside the point. Joe Stacks actions were not taken for fame but were one mans protest to what has become a rigged game with two sets of rules.
Maybe its not terrorism at all, since that word is bandied about to describe all who do not toe the line according to the ‘rule makers’. Call it an extreme protest, or how about the only way an individual can be heard since our domestic bureaucracy is closely affiliated with the money powers and corporations.
As I type I can see his manifesto has already been taken down. You can find it moved to here:
R.I.P Joe Stack