I Don’t Know What Happened on 9/11
I’m on my way into Manhattan this morning, to live stream the 9/11 rallies happening today. Not the “Let’s kill those Muslim savages” type rallies. Not the “Hooray! Obama got bin Laden and dumped him in the ocean with no evidence!” type rallies. Rather, the rethink 9/11 rallies.
I say that I don’t know what happened on 9/11, not for lack of trying. I have heard the government’s story, and I’m pretty sure this isn’t the first thing the State ever told us the truth about. I’ve heard many other stories, usually dismissed as “conspiracy theories”, and while I’m sure there is truth in them, these stories contradict each other as much as they contradict the 9/11 commission report. I imagine some of this information is put out by the US government, some of it by foreign governments, and some of it is honest journalism.
I’m not a “9/11 was an inside job” type of guy at all, but I do know that our government is lying to us about 9/11. I also know that when people lie, it’s usually because they’ve done something worth covering up. So I get rather annoyed by people who say we shouldn’t be talking about 9/11 truth. Surely we’ll never really know the full story, but if you’re not asking questions about the excuse this government uses for everything from the war to the NSA to the TSA to the you name it, I really don’t know what you expect to accomplish in your activism. Without this lie, without this huge, obvious, catastrophic lie, the advances of State aggression over the last 12 years, some of the most intrusive usurpations in modern history, would have been impossible.
Ask questions. Demand answers. And shame on you if you don’t.
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