posted on Nov, 11 2013 @ 06:42 AM
Do you have plans to write about your findings?
Like 99.99% of the population of the Earth I was not born with any natural writing ability. Also, like the same 99.99% I struggle with it constantly.
However, it's not all hopeless. Lawrence Wright, who taught English at American University in Cairo, and had published several fiction works, won a
Pulitzer Prize for his work 'The Looming Tower'. He was given the highest honor a writer can receive not necessarily because he had some talent,
but because he provided people with an outline of the plot they could understand. It's a powerful work however in some ways it is a precursor to
later complex, more demanding text that really dove into the culture that processed the plot and carried out the crime. Later, former FBI special
Agent Ali Soufan's work 'The Black Banners' went into extreme detail in allowing persons to see the birth, and learn how al-qedia became a highly
skilled black operation. However, without the precursor work by Wright it would have been impossible for people to understand the depth of Soufan's
long, long work.
Person in the truther movement that are serious researchers and not persons with social dysfunctions I have always had the ability to find common
ground with. There is no doubt that the main stream national media in America has an agenda and only spoon feeds the American public with what
propagates that agenda. Regardless of how you feel about the attacks I believe everybody can agree that CNN or FOX even including the National
networks simply can't be trusted to tell the truth.
It wasn't always like that. I was brought up to news speed by the The Huntley-Brinkley Report in which every night at 5:30 pm you could watch the
news and for the most part feel they are being honest. Today, even the thought of such honesty is laughable. Also, the term 'deflection', that is
used by many critics of the government to show a polluted agenda by the national media, I could not agree with more. All you need to do is scan the
headlines at Yahoo to see 3/4 of their 'news' is only of tabloid interest. This young woman did this-another did that on and on. Are they
'deflecting' the public away from the truth?
Yes, they are. It's a national pity that so few people can see through this.