posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 05:16 PM
Are we destined to repeat history? At times I feel as if the 9/11 truth movement is losing it's momentum. I think a lot of people get fed up with
arguing about the same facts over and over, causing them to take a step back from these debates. And as time goes on, will we ever come to an
agreeable explaination for the attacks?
Here we are almost half a century since JFK was killed, and we as a country still can't figure out exactly what happened that day. I fear that as
time goes on for the truth about 9/11 to come out, the chances of us getting that truth diminish.
Although 9/11 is the key event used to expose government sponsored terror, education on the subject of other staged terror attacks is just as
important when exposing such events.
With that being said, I do believe preparing for the next staged event is much more important than exposing past events. Even though those past
events are key factors in the grand scheme of things to come, sometimes it can be a tough explaining why and how a government would want to harm it's
own people after the "official story" has been crammed down their throat for so many years.
I think a major factor to help people comprehend such events would be to stop the knee jerk reaction of automatically believing the mass media
outlets. By simply teaching others to research the multitude of information out there and come up with their own conclusions, people won't be
"sold" on "official stories" so easily IMO.
I don't think we will ever know the real truth about what happened to JFK. Is 9/11 destined to have a similar fate? At what point, if any, should
we focus less on 9/11 and more on prevention of future attacks?