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9/11, as we were told repeatedly in the days, weeks, and months after the attack, was the day that changed everything.
NARRATOR: In the span of one devastating morning, America changed forever.
SOURCE: Remembering 9/11: Never Quit
KATIE COURIC: Good morning. America may never be the same and this is why.
SOURCE: Today Show - September 12, 2001
LOU WATERS: American life will change forever as a result of this attack.
SOURCE: CNN on September 12, 2001
REPORTER: Nothing will ever be the same again.
JAMES ROBBINS: Nothing will ever be quite the same again.
TOM BROKAW: Life will never be quite the same.
SOURCE: Dateline NBC - Sept. 18, 2001
These were no empty words. They were plain statements of fact. The world did change on that day.
9/11 was the carte blanche for a Great Reset, the institution of a new normal in international relations and domestic affairs. From the creation of the Department of Homeland Security and the militarization of the police to the multi-trillion dollar wars of aggression to reshape the Middle East, our lives today are drastically different than they were before that fateful Tuesday in September 2001.
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