To question the official narrative of 9/11 is to question not just a few Bush administration officials or Mossad agents who manufactured a false story about their political enemies, but to put in doubt the current trajectory of our entire global civilization, and put on trial the leadership of America and other governments that are complicit in war crimes.
The most basic building blocks of a free society such as the press and academia have failed do expose and correct criminal government behavior. This is major stuff. By questioning 9/11 we challenge every segment in the current power structure, the global political economy, the war establishment in America and the West and the national security classes who serve this great beast, the press, academia, and the state.
People accept the official 9/11 story with religious devotion, and anybody who questions it is viewed as crazy and paranoid, which is the stuff of mass mental illness. But the real crazies, as most of us know by now, are in power. That is the craziest thing of our era. A century ago states and empires were free to flex their power, it was political sport, but in the nuclear age and the era of global crises it is madness to wield power the way it is wielded by the U.S. and Israel. These states have no regard for the truth or human life. Nobody is safe from the maniacs in Washington, especially not the American people.
The common counter-consensus about 9/11 has emerged and grown, and it will most likely overtake the government manufactured myth about the tragic events of that day and be recognized as the real history of 9/11 in the future. We should not be discouraged that truth-tellers are described as crazy and kooky today. The public resistance to the truth is so great because the truth is so great and enormous, and there is nothing more difficult than admitting that you were fooled and conned by government storytellers. When your trust is betrayed on such a grand scale it is hard to take control and move forward. But, eventually, people will revisit the past, and view history through an objective and truthful narrative, not the false narrative of power.
Accepting the truth about 9/11, and the assassinations of JFK, MLK, and RFK means rethinking human destiny, and modern American history, so it is natural that such a profound psychological change can't happen in a year or even a decade.
September 11, 2001 will either be remembered as the date when America's constitution was completely destroyed and the new world order went into its final phase, or the date that marked a new global era of political awakening and the start of a long process to reclaim Western civilization from a criminal technocratic elite.
A Slave or A Free Citizen: What Do You Choose To Be?
"The herd is destined for the meat market, and the sheep are not consulted by the shepherd when he decides their time has come. The lesson the Greeks drew from the shepherd analogy is that the sheep cannot trust their shepherd, nor a community entrust itself to one man's absolute will, however benevolent he claims his purpose to be. They preferred to become a polis rather than be treated as a herd." - I.F. Stone (The Trial of Socrates; pg. 17-18).
"Basic to a free city was the right to speak back to the state, to criticize its actions in the assembly, the courts, the theater, or conversation. If the state suddenly interfered with that right, it was breaking its part of the contract. It was becoming a tyranny." - I.F. Stone (The Trial of Socrates; pg. 225).
Millions of people have woken up and stopped believing the official lies and myths about the murder of JFK, MLK, RFK, and the September 11 attacks, and although restoring truth to its rightful place in history is an uphill struggle, it is not an impossible task. The technocratic tyrants won't be able to enslave humanity because the truth that they crucified is slowly being resurrected through the internet and through voices like Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura, and other truth-tellers.
The truth about 9/11 raises the question of whether we want to remain slaves or become free citizens. I believe we all have the judgment and ability to perform laborious tasks, work together regardless of our political beliefs, and social standing, and form a worldwide coalition to solve gigantic global crises while still preserving the integrity, independence, and uniqueness of our countries. It is this generation's task to restore freedom, build a strong and just global civil society based on an understanding of a global general interest, and reestablish the contract between the citizen and the state in the West.