Tuesday, 8 March 2016


The brilliance that is Dangerous Minds invites us to indulge what has to be one of the most convoluted and esoteric 9/11 conspiracy theories out there, holding that the a cabal of the masonic orders used the album cover art of Supertramp’s 1979 release of “Breakfast in America” to reveal and prepare society for an engineered event that would take place twenty two years later.
Such “predictive programming” is the mainstay of the puppet-masters who’ll leave devious clues (that are only woefully apparent in hind-sight) to outline their forward-planning. Studying the cover, it becomes painfully obvious how the view from the airplane window with the mysterious reversal of the band’s name is to be a subliminal message—a nine and an eleven, and Libby the Waitress posing as the Statue of Liberty suddenly turns sinister. Check out the link above for more intriguing details and an addled entreaty from the original truth-seekers.