posted on Nov, 26 2013 @ 06:50 AM
But, as you pointed out, the 9/11 conspiracy movement is dying out. Is this the case that it is genuinely unpopular or is it really the case that Alex
Jones and the rest of the conspiracy mongors simply don't have anywhere near the media distribution system as the gun control pundits do and they
simply don't have the ability to reach as many people?
Interesting comment-I'll come back to that.
For years I have been monitoring the daily arrest reports, the media releases, the arresting officers reports and the Sheriff's departments intake
and outtake of prisoners. It's basically on going research. It doesn't take long to see patterns emerge. Specifically, that the same people commit
the same crimes over and over-and more importantly these same people have learned how to use the system to their advantage. They understand that the
Federal government sets standards on how prisoners should be accommodated-and as long as they follow some basic rules they will never stay
incarcerated very long.
Politicians enact laws to appear 'tough on crime' however at the same time they know that these laws will be skirted around because of Federal
mandates overstep any local or state laws. The waste of time and taxpayer money is enormous, along with totally overwhelming the court system, causing
huge gaps in the incarceration of persons that is split on racial, as well as economical lines. This is wrong and everyone knows it is however it is a
fatal flaw in democracy, in which, there is no solution.
When Al Sharpton rages and cries that discrimination and bigotry are still alive and well-especially in the south-he is absolutely right. It just
tends to hide itself better under the mask of political correctness.
In contrast the gun debate is caught up in this very same vortex of unfairness. That being that people have lost all faith that the government can
protect them-or that the government is not after them so they take matters into their own hands and arm themselves-many times leading to tragic
Bottomline is that for every good and fair thing about democracy-there are just as many things that are bad and unfair.
One of the biggest problems about the authors of the 9/11 movement is that the mainstream media-from the furthest left to the furthest right will
accept no quarter for any of this type of thinking. Consequently, anyone who has anything to do with these publications will be ruined
professionally-in a very short amount of time. I have not read a single book in which any media outlet will even discuss. This is complicated by the
fact that so many in the publication media know these people believe none of farfetched conclusions they force on their readers. The credibility
issue with the proponents of these authors has hit rock bottom. This leads to the truther movement to websites that control the access and not allow
any opposition to their narrative.