I have read the forum registration agreement and several rules and guideline posts by the admins and wish to state that it is my intension to abide by
I was lost as to where to post this because it fits well in several categories, including the war on terrorism, peak oil, political conspiracies, 9/11
conspiracies and a few others. I hope i chose the proper forum.
There is no doubt in the minds of thousands upon thousands of people, from the public to high level government employees, that 9/11 was a false-flag
event engineered to further political and corporate agendas. There is also no doubt amoung many that anything other than the official story is bogus.
For the former, of which i am one, the problem is how to effectively
make the latter aware of what the real motivations driving this war are.
Connecting the dots, even when backed up with facts, fails all too often. Certinly hostility, badgering those with a different point of view, or
trying to force a point of view, will also fail. What is the best way to go about this?
Afganistan was the publically announced starting point for the "war on terror". Iraq is but a stepping stone in an open ended war in which the
administration states "you are either with us, or you are with the terrorists" which, by itself, is a very scary statement as it leaves no room for
freedoms provided by the US constitution. Iran is obviously a high priority target on the list and plans for its invasion have already been laid out.
It's convienient that al-Qaida seem to spring up where ever the US has a corporate/political interest (i think those terms have become
interchangeable at this point). Further reinforcing this is a document released today
which states that
al-Qadia has "manifested itself in a number of different locations, in South Asia, in Southeast Asia, and in the Middle East". More countries will
be found which "associate with" or "harbor" terrorists as time goes by. I think Africa will pop up sooner or later because of it's petroleum
resources (the US is establishing more bases there already).
Many people are lazy by nature. I know because i am one of them. I have to be thoroughly interested in something before any hint of motivation to take
action surfaces. I'm stuck on the best way to present this issue to others in such a way as to motivate them to question the "official story". My
approach thus far has been rather blunt (shock and awe) and has consisted of stating a lot of indisputable facts and trying to provoke thought by
Timing is everything and there is little doubt that the real reasons why the US is at war in the middle east will become apparent. The question is,
will it be too late, as has been the case throughout history? How does one go about motivating people in a way that is effective?