Truth and Lies of 9/11
Investigate the Theories Behind the Conspiracies
Why the Truth of 9/11 Must be Revealed
I. Truth and Lies of 9/11
On 9/11 the world changed. Not because the attacks on the United States were unique, since there have been many documented cases of false flag operations throughout history. The world changed because we forfeited the freedom of generations to come to obtain a delusional sense of security from an institution, an institution that has begun multiple wars of aggression, incurring trillions of dollars of debt and causing hundreds of thousands of deaths in the process.
This same institution was then allowed to investigate itself for its inability to protect its citizens from an attack that has been the catalyst for a tremendous amount of misery across the globe.
This investigation, which cost only a fraction of what some of the most insignificant government investigations have previously cost, resulted in a report that did not even conclusively link Osama Bin Laden to the terror attacks, let alone answer the questions posed by the families of its victims. So why was such an inadequate document as the 9/11 Commission Report ever produced?
The reason that corporations like the United States of America even bother to release “official” documents so full of holes that you could fly a plane through them, is because by doing so every branch of government must regurgitate this “official” story. This means that our schools become indoctrination centers established for the proliferation of war. The 9/11 Commission was established, and its report published, to protect those in power and to maintain the status quo:
“Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined Sept. 11 family members and college professors on Tuesday  at a hotel blocks from the World Trade Center site to unveil a plan to teach middle and high school students about the 2001 terrorist attacks.
“The 9/11 curriculum, believed to be the first comprehensive educational plan focusing on the attacks, is expected to be tested this year at schools in New York City, California, New Jersey, Alabama, Indiana, Illinois and Kansas….
“The curriculum is taught through videos, lessons and interactive exercises, including one that requires students to use Google Earth software to map global terrorist activity. One of the main goals is to help students entering middle and high school, who may been too young to have strong memories of the attacks, to develop a tangible connection to what happened.”
Giuliani pushing 9/11 re-education course for public schools
The truth about 9/11 is the elephant in the room, and it’s not going away any time soon.
The “official” story that the US government has been peddling has completely fallen apart, and the reality that there is something very wrong with the so-called “War on Terror” is beginning to destabilize the United States. Americans are beginning to accept the fact that there is a lot more to 9/11 than their government will admit, and they are looking for answers.
The following two videos by James Corbett of The Corbett Report are an excellent summary of some of the questions regarding 9/11. The first video is a short introduction to the topic while the second video is a full episode meant to engage the 9/11 community and continued our dialogue on how we can begin a real investigation into what transpired on that day:
“As we approach the 12th anniversary of 9/11, it is time for 9/11 truth to mature as a movement before it stagnates into insignificance. Either the movement will live up to its potential by naming names and identifying suspects in the crime, or it will become another JFK assassination investigation, doomed to spend half a century fighting pointless territorial battles while the real perpetrators walk free. Join us for this 9/11 anniversary edition of The Corbett Report as we ask the question and demand an answer: Who was really behind the attacks?”
9/11 Truth and the Way Forward: Starting a Real Criminal Investigation
Episode 280 – Who Was Really Behind the 9/11 Attacks?
II. Investigate the Theories Behind the Conspiracies
One of the main problems with our society is that words have lost their meaning. In spoken languages, the tone of a word can be used to make inferences that may be completely unrelated to the meaning of the word. This is especially true when dealing with propaganda. When certain people or organizations want to dismiss an argument, they tend to phrase words in such a way that makes them appear illogical or treacherous if given credence.
One of these words is “conspiracy”, and when put together with the word “theory” it becomes the infamous phrase “Conspiracy Theory”. Let’s take a look at the definition of these two words and try to figure out why they have been used to discredit not only people, but history, data, and facts.
The legal definition of conspiracy is “an agreement between two or more persons to commit an illegal or unlawful act, or to achieve a legal act but by illegal or unlawful means.” A theory is “a concept that is not yet verified but that if true would explain certain facts or phenomena.”
So a conspiracy theory is a conjecture that two or more people may have planned an unlawful act, and if certain facts are proven to be true, then the conspiracy theory becomes reality.
As we all know, throughout history our governments and politicians have done exactly what the above states. They have conspired to obtain power, to overthrow governments, to destroy their political rivals, and to make money. Politics is littered with conspiracies but the mainstream media treats this word with contempt. Have we forgotten Watergate, Tonkin, Iran-Contra, Basra, Pinochet, Mohammad Mosaddeq, Reichstag, Pearl Harbor, Oklahoma City, Waco, Ruby Ridge, Pine Ridge, COINTELPRO, Oswald and JFK, Northwoods, Condor, Iraq, 9/11, LIBOR, Robo-Signing round one, Robo-Signing round two, HSBC, The War on Drugs, and much more?
So in the phrase “conspiracy theory”, it is not the conspiracy that needs to be scrutinized, but the data on which the theory is based on. And this is where the problem lies. Neither the mainstream media nor those in power have any desire to investigate the theory behind the argument. If they did, many questions could arise from the investigation which in turn could be devastating for the status quo.
So next time the phrase “conspiracy theory” is used to discredit someone, just point out that the conspiracy is not in question, but rather the data being presented from the theory. Then ask them what part of the argument they disagree with. You’ll most likely find out that they know less about the theory behind the conspiracy than they know about history. This is when you can direct them to the teachings of Noam Chomsky - regarded as a leading contemporary historian, the author of over 100 books, and voted the "world's top public intellectual" in 2005.
As for where to begin with Chomsky’s vast library, may I recommend the following video from 2006 in which he is asked what he would say to George W. Bush if he had one minute alone with him. His reply:
“To tell you the honest truth, I doubt very much that George Bush has much to do with policy formation, I mean, the way the President is more or less like royalty in the United States. So the Queen of England opens Parliament with a speech, right, but nobody asks whether she believes it, or whether she understands it. Her role is a ceremonial role. It’s a role that’s connected with unity of the people, patriotism, obedience, and so on and so forth. The content is something else, that’s by people who run the country.
“The people who run the country are those in political office, but much more importantly their associates and the concentrations of private economic power. That’s where the country is really run, and that shouldn’t be a big secret either. America’s leading social philosopher John Dewey, who’s right very mainstream American, he pointed out that once, that as long as we have what he called industrial feudalism rather than industrial democracy - that means tyrannical totalitarian institutions running the economy – command economies basically, instead of industrial democracy where workers control management, as long as we have that than ‘politics will be the shadow cast by business over society’, and that’s approximately accurate. It’s not like the State has no independent choices, it does, but an amalgam.
“Exactly the role that George Bush plays in this is very dubious, questionable. In some cases like say Ronald Reagan, he probably didn’t even know what the policies where. He was reading off his note cards or the teleprompter or something like that. And Bush may have some knowledge of them but I think he’s mostly a ceremonial figure trained to act in certain ways and so on. So if I had a minute with him, I would say, you know, have you talked to god lately or something like that.”
III. Why the Truth of 9/11 Must be Revealed
9/11 is different from the assassination of JFK or the Oklahoma City bombing. Those events were blamed on internal patsies, 9/11 was not.
As a direct consequence of 9/11, multiple wars are now being fought while multiple other wars are being planned with “all options on the table,” directly implying the use of Nuclear Weapons.
The most important thing to keep in mind regarding 9/11 is that when a government cannot even tell the truth about the quality of the air that its citizens are breathing, why would anyone believe a single word they uttered about anything?
Immortal Technique on Obama, 9/11 truth & Corporate America
If we are going to continue our campaign of spreading death and destruction to the rest of the world and ourselves, then we should at least understand why we are doing it and who is orchestrating it. By beginning a new investigation into the events of 9/11, and in the process bringing those who committed this horrendous crime to trial, we will be able to break this chain of ignorance which has promised to bring us and our children war without end.
“US troops could be in the Middle East for another 50 years, according to the longest serving commander of the Qatar-based US Central Command. General John Abazaid, who retired in May , said the ‘strategic situation’ in the region - the rise of extremism and the global dependence on oil - would necessitate a long-term presence.
"‘Over time, we will have to shift the burden of the military fight from our forces directly to regional forces, and we will have to play an indirect role. But we shouldn't assume for even a minute that in the next 25 to 50 years the American military might be able to come home, relax and take it easy….
"‘I'm not saying this is a war for oil, but I am saying that oil fuels an awful lot of geopolitical moves that political powers may have there. And it is absolutely essential that we in the United States of America figure out how, in the long run, to lessen our dependency on foreign energy….
"‘I would characterise what we're doing now as 80% military, 20% diplomatic, economic, political, educational, informational, intelligence, etc. You've got to take that equation and change it. Make it 80% those other things.’"
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