For some reason, in the last decade it was entirely more popular to discuss 9/11 truth than it is now. Recently, it’s been very rarely brought up among even the alternative media, even with the likes of Alex Jones and his Infowars. Organizations like this deserve a lot of credit for starting the fires in the earlier half of the first decade of the 21st century. However, lately motivation for ad revenue seems to have overtaken motivation for exposing the truth and once again, 9/11 truth is not mentioned as much as it deserves.
The facts show that the US government was directly and maliciously involved in the conspiracy to exterminate 3000 of their own people and used that as an excuse to send their own young to an unjust war and murder millions, while creating a police state overseas and in the US. This is not over. This is still going on and the man who was elected for promising to end it is not only continuing the mass murder in his second term, but spreading it to still more countries. So the truth movement is not mentioned, in my opinion, nearly often enough. This is clear because these wars continue.
People seem to be much more preoccupied with the economy and their jobs, as is demonstrated with the long ago hijacked “Occupy” movement. It’s a grim truth, but it is largely more interesting for people to be concerned with their monetary situation than things overseas that don’t directly affect them. Money is a massive motivator and as long as Americans have their own wallets to worry about, that will be all that really matters to most of them. Many of them needed their own apple cart to be disturbed before they could give a damn about one iota of the economic conspiracy, and even then it’s to the simplest extent, such as “bringing the jobs back” or “political fairness”, never getting to the bare truth of the terror that their country does to others. One can only hope that this acts as a sort of “gateway” to the truth, encouraging others to study for themselves the other 80% of the issues.
That said, what is that other 80%? We’ve covered the fact that the US government would really do this to their own people as well as the peoples of other countries. What about the massive adulteration of your food supply, or the police state in which you can’t travel without being harassed extra-Constitutionally, or the NDAA issue, or…
The system that you have been trained to trust that incites in you distrust for others is innately untrustworthy. There is a group attempting to create sociological change in the order among you and your community members. This group is the same group who have murdered millions on your behalf, lied about the attacks of 9/11 and enslaved you to the debt they have accumulated against your will. And yet, “patriots” persist to engage in the voluntary torment of pointless consuming, voting and joining police forces and armies. While we argue among each other, we are easily distracted from the real betrayers.
With at least a semblance of reality, let’s look at the political parties and ideals that we look to for correction of the situation. Somehow, more and more people seem to be learning this: the practice of leaving it to someone else to make our decisions for us still doesn’t relieve us from the responsibility – nor the result. I’ve heard the argument that in an anarchist paradigm (anarchy: from an- “without” + arkhos “leader”), in which we are allowed to handle our own issues, the people could not be trusted not to start wars at will. The true matter of the situation is that your governments are the groups that have played with the lives of others by sending them to unjust wars upon others – and ourselves – through their own deceit.
There are also those who believe that there was a different time for American politics and economics, and if we could return to the system of 30 years or more ago, we could “restore the Republic”. But when did the line between war and “justifiable” death become so gray? When the same group has been carrying out similar false flag attacks in all of the last century, was this a better America?
The other side of the coin is to take the responsibility to do without the current political paradigm in your life at all – living unaffected by the actions of the democratic party nor the republican party nor the thugs in uniform both sides use. The bridge between anarchy and chaos is non-aggression – live as you choose to live without encroaching upon my right to live as I choose to live. This alternative, anarchy, is not hopeless. An unadulterated union of those who choose not to comply with the schemes of others but rather to take care of themselves, a union of those who do no harm to others unless harmed themselves, might just be the answer.