Truth Now, Freedom Forever
What’s happening with Nine-One-One
“Dissent is the greatest form of patriotism.” – Thomas Jefferson
“Patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel.” – Samuel Johnson
“A conspiracy is nothing but a secret agreement of a number of men for the pursuance of policies which they dare not admit in public.” – Mark
Today, America is in a State of remorse and remembrance. And while millions grieve in the privacy in their own home, thousands more are protesting in
streets from Los Angeles to New York. September Eleventh 2001 wasn’t just a day in which those two towers fell, but a time in which someone could
utter the words “the beginning of the end” without much fear of castigation.
Now, eight years later, we have seen several monumental revelations occur, both here at home, and around the world. The first African American
president (a wonderful achievement in a “Democratic Nation” if it weren’t all an orchestrated way to capitalize on “change”) in the white
house, a bill bordering on universal healthcare in the midst, two wars still waging on, and a vile hatred brewing in select corners of the
world….all effects of one man: Mr. George Walker Bush. Looking back on it now, it is almost sad to admit that such an evil man was the president of
this country, and has since become the icon of buffoons. I feel a slight quell of embarrassment for the GOP in having that man represent them. But
alas, I also feel a relief that they neither perceive him with any great amount of adulteration or respect. Many commentators have even turned
“independent” because of the sheer humiliation.
That aside, one cannot possible dismiss the amount of terror he and his administration has caused in the world. He is the greatest example of evil we
have had on this planet since probably Adolf Hitler. And I say that after excluding several other notable villains due to the widespread totalitarian
doctrine that accepts his actions and forgives his atrocities: patriotism. We know now, and only now, the extent in which he was willing to further
his agenda. And few today, even on the Right, are willing to refute those actions in which “their” president engaged in. Terrorism, wars, torture,
unlawful imprisonment, violating treaties…and, the one now being articulated by several thousand activists: the Truth of September 11th 2001.
These are all facts known to any avid reader before opening any book, or clicking on any website. I hope that I am not the one telling anybody right
now that the 9-11 commission report was admitted as being a farce by many high-rank officials including Senator Max Cleland, and General Wesley Clark,
who said “we never finished the investigation of 9/11”. President Bush even outright refused to testify before the commission. In case I am I am
telling you for the first time, I might as will explain why and what is subsequently taking place, and why all those protesters are lined up spreading
a message of Truth.
You see, there is a notion of totalitarianism that resides inside the mind of everyone. It is subtle, it is persistent, and it conquers over all
reason. It is mentality of indoctrinated faith. It is the automatic assumption that there is an entity or a belief that lingers on the edge of
perfection, and no argument, or any contradictory claim that proves otherwise, can convince that entity or belief that it is wrong….in even
slightest degree. Christians do it when someone denounces the bible or Christ. Capitalists do it when they hear someone mutter the word socialist, or
Marxist. And Nationalists do it when someone mentions the words 9-11 Truth. Faith has thankfully been ridiculed for what it is: the relinquishing of
the one thing that separates us from the animals…reason.
From here, the proven science of conscientious omittance works on a grand political level. It’s the way that individuals refuse to free their mind
and let it start doing rational, objective thought. People, on a large scale, think that the probability of our government having anything to do with
the attacks of September 11th is almost null and void. Even more, they dispel those who do consider the possibility as persons deserving a straight
jacket. Often times with zero argument or knowledge of the facts.
Why is the act of consideration – in light of so much evidence that supports the theory – an act deserving so much condemnation? As hard as it is
to consider for every person, there is a wide range of suspicious documentation that indicates advance knowledge of the attacks on behalf of our
government. And while I wish not to talk in great length about every piece here, I beg the reader to go home and do his or her own investigation. This
is the point of patriotism I wish to emphasize with whoever is reading this now: don’t take anybody’s word for it, but question the simple facts
discovered by independent researchers, and ask yourself if they add up.
For example; who heard that story in the news which pointed out the enormous time discrepancies regarding the exact time in which the four planes
were officially recognized to be hijacked (up to an hour and half), and the point in which jet fighters were deployed to intercept it? (which happened
only in the case of flight 93 in Pennsylvania) Where were the jets that should have been scrambled after no more than ten minutes? Why did they fly
for so long without any action being taken? Why was the president sitting in a classroom reading about a pet goat after being told the country was
under attack? Why was nobody fired after this huge blunder? How does the most sophisticated and advanced intelligence in the world – the Pentagon,
with it’s billion dollar budget – had let not one, but four separate attacks take place inside an extremely secured territory? Namely, Washington
D.C. and New York. And most importantly, why does the official account – the 9/11 Commission – exclude answers for these questions?
What about that article in the Times that picked up a report that many of the hijackers were still alive? Indeed, after the smoke had cleared, and the
dust has settled, the United States announced within hours that they knew who had perpetrated the attacks. The problem was, a short while later, the
attackers were widely reported, first by the BBC, then by various Middle Eastern newspapers, to still be alive! This claim as yet to be proven untrue.
How can you commit such a grand act of a martyr if you’re still alive after the attacks took place? To expound upon the theme of guiltiness a little
more, how can we go and indict Osama Bin Laden for the attacks, when there was no evidence against him? The Taliban is on record of saying they would
have handed over Bin Laden if the United States had provided evidence. This could have been an arrogant way of saying “prove it!” if it weren’t
for Bush Administration telling everybody that we had overwhelming evidence to prove his involvement. But the evidence never materialized. And to this
day it still hasn’t. Bin Laden is on the Most Wanted list, but the crime of September 11th isn’t mentioned at all. Also never reported in the
These are trick questions, of course. The media never reports on any of them. Or if they did it was in passing mention, even though they have been
given great credibility by many scholars and researchers. If they did mention these things more often, then perhaps we would have less Sean
Hannity’s or Rush Limbaugh’s who regularly denounce even the quiet whisper of consideration regarding any conspiracy theory. Perhaps we would have
even more protestors out in the streets.
Are these nutcase questions to ask? Is it not a bit peculiar? Just a bit maybe? Well, they’re the same questions being asked by several former
members of the Reagan Administration, including Deputy Assistant of Defense Col. Ronald D. Ray and Col. Robert Bowman (the guy in charge of Star
Wars). Nutcases? There’s also at least seven-hundred structural engineers who signed a petition calling for a new investigation.
Is your mind trying it’s best to refuse these basic inquiries, or are you yet going to realize that our government, including many elected
officials, are not only capable of executing such treason, but willing to do so.
The question of motive should be rather obvious. Immediately following the attacks the Nation went in to a simultaneous mode of both
hyper-patriotism, and hyper-imperialism…the former justifying the latter. Patriot Acts were rushed through congress - robbing us of our civil
liberties, two wars were waged, and are still waging, which proved no result except the riddance of a tyrant once supported by the U.S. (that’s
Saddam), not to mention a wide-scale use of torture. And all who questioned these actions were labeled as either “with the terrorists” or
“un-American” or a good ‘ole fashioned traitor. Today, few people, on either side of the political spectrum, refute the fact that Iraq had no
weapons of mass destruction (or WMD if you will). A few quietly postulated justifications amongst themselves and their colleagues, but deep down they
know that the people widely despised the atrocities in question.
And for good reason: they were lied to. Little Bush did exploit the attacks to further his own agenda. And that is not an isolated thought. Scott
Ritter – former Weapons Inspector for the United Nations – said the exact same thing. These sentiments were also shared with Noam Chomsky, who,
although did not believe in any “conspiracy theory” explained how Bush and his Administration used the attacks to facilitate a war – both with
other Nations, and with its own people.
But instead of the conservative pundits abandoning their posts as watchdogs of the American responsibility of accepting what your government says,
they suggested that we take Mr. Bush’s word – whose word has also proclaimed himself as wartime president – and support whatever was going to
happen. Echo’s of “America at war” reached far and wide. Then, most people just simply accepted it.
For those of you still not able to put the pieces together – this is what Hitler did. Many people have wondered how a Nation full of noble citizens
could allow Hitler to rise to power, impose a dictatorship, and systematically kill millions, have yet then to hear the reason why…well, its pretty
simply actually: the people didn’t know it was happening. The takeover was swift, it was persuasive, and it reeked of patriotic pride. Is this
phenomenon happening now? I believe it is. And I think we need to stop it, very fast.
So what then? What has happened in that time, when few knew what was going on, and now, when a much greater number of people are questioning, and
protesting, for the real Truth of 9-11? On this day, a great number, I hope, are in the streets. They are handing out fliers, showing signs, and
trying to wake the public up from its ignorant slumber. Are that many fellow Americans crazy? Is it wrong of them to engage in such activism? Or
should all of us join in, and lend our support for this cause?
For myself, and my family, I believe we should. While many Truthers could be constituted as fanatics, as a whole, the Truth Movement has not yet
become obsessed with the ideology it proclaims. In that sense, it has not yet caused violence, but instead opted for peace in the form of protest and
information. It does not condemn others for thinking differently, but welcomes lively debate.
The most fortunate thing we can appreciate from the Movement is that it has grown solely from a group demanding answers of 9-11, to a Movement which
has become much more cognizant of many political offences. From the recognition of the Federal Reserve as an illegal bank, owned by private bankers,
printing the dollar with interest, and having little accountability, to the international war crime of supporting dictators around the globe,
activists of all kinds are coming together to fight these insidious crimes. They are not wild-haired “conspiracies”, but instead they are notable
on both sides of the congressional aisle. Republican congressman Ron Paul has been vehement in his pursuit of getting transparency in the Fed, while
liberals of all kind scoff at the fact that presidents of all parties have embraced and funded murderous dictators all the way from the deserts of
Saudi Arabia to the jungles of South America.
The issue of secret meetings is also far from the realm of conspiracy. Presidents and their administrations for years have attended the clandestine
three-day meeting of the Bilderbergs. Here, under an oath of secrecy, our officials meet with the Elites of other Nations, and while policy is
discussed – illegal under the Logan act – the corporate media refuses to even mention it. Odd, considering that anytime there’s an American Idol
reunion the media hounds are all over it….
If anyone hopes for change in this world, it is time to come together. Dismiss the Truthers as you might, their movement, so far, is the only chance
we have at getting our country back. It is time to put the political divides aside and stop fighting over frivolous issues which only further distract
from more serious affairs.
We can promote a real change in this world that is both novel and inelaborate. There are several resolutions that I believe we can all agree on.
First, I think we can all agree that we need much more transparency within our government. By this, I suggest that all elected officials constantly
face a panel of civilian journalists and reporters, not press officials who read from a script. By this, we hold their feet to the fire and order
(order is the proper word as our elected officials do work for us, and paid by our tax dollars) them to answer all of our inquiries. We should be able
to ask questions regarding the attendance of the Bilderburg Group, and we should receive an answer at exactly the same time we receive proof of
citizenship…just because we can.
We then should begin to repeal a great many of our laws, nobody likes them anyways. And in my opinion, which is founded in experience, we should start
with the drug war. Not only is it destroying many lives and families here at home, it is a failure as far as it’s efficiency is concerned, not to
mention it is creating monsters out of usually non-violent offenders by subjecting them to harsh prison sentences.
But out of those rudimentary measures, the number one thing I believe we should do is being drawing more towards an isolationist policy. It is not the
job of the United States to police the world, and it is only fanning the flames of hatred across the globe. Even if you do agree with all the wars,
the fact is: few others do. We support democracy in other Nations by supporting civilian uprisings, not by invading them.
These are rather conservative ideals. And I don’t think anyone would view them as radical. Please give this message a great deal of thought. Don’t
shun those who are actively protesting governmental atrocities while you sit down at home, turn on the T.V., and refuse to listen to alternative
claims. That is an immoral act.
INVESTIGATE IT FOR YOURSELF, AND FOR YOUR FAMILY!