Sep 10, 2013

The commemoration of the most notorious “false flag operation” in human history is less than 12 hours away, and yet almost no one is talking about it. Even Chris and I didn’t even realize what day it was until just now. Granted, it’s been 12 years, so there’s not that much new information to talk about this year concerning 9/11 ; However, it has never been relatively ignored like it has this year. What’s going on?

Of course, ABC News and other mainstream media outlets have dutifully released a schedule of commemorative events going on tomorrow, at the three sites of the plane crashes, but it’s not like it’s making headlines. In fact, most of these mainstream blurbs are just that: blurbs. Literally nothing else is said except technical information with no commentary whatsoever, except maybe to instruct citizens to volunteer in their communities. There was one website that invoked not only the horrific memories of 9/11, but even Pearl Harbor, as well, which I found very sad and ironic — given the facts that recent revelations have proven that the U.S. provoked Japan into striking Hawaii, and that the U.S. had foreknowledge of the attack that could’ve saved thousands of airmen’s lives that day ; And that’s not even mentioning the PNAC quote about how the U.S. needed a “New Pearl Harbor” just months before 9/11.

Another pitifully lamented that we need to “defeat the terrorists that hate us with love”.

If anything, the political scene has become more bitter and hate-filled since 9/11.

And it would be nice to see the reaction and support shown to military and first responders shortly after the attacks….

As a country, we survived the attacks and continue to thrive in many avenues. But there will be no greater revenge on those who attacked us — and continue to hate us — than to show that the U.S. can continue to thrive as a country that first and foremost values its people and the citizens of the world.

Unfortunately, we live in the real world, and in the real world, the people who hate the United States now – because of our own actions – make up 95% of the population of the planet. Warm and fuzzies have no place here: our economy is being completely destroyed right in front of us, our children are being abducted by the government at staggering rates, and we are constantly getting sick because of hydraulic fracturing, aerosol spraying, and fluoridated water (which, by the way, even Israel is taking out of their water supplies for the same reason).

When searching for “9/11” in Google News, for instance, I found a mere 23 news articles:

Compare those results with a search for “Miley Cyrus”, on the other hand, and prepare to be amazed:


A. Something sinister is afoot

B. People just don’t care anymore, or

C. The illusion is being presented by the government that people don’t care about 9/11 because the official story of 9/11 is such an obvious fabrication that the mainstream is avoiding it like the plague and hoping to God Almighty that no one brings it up. Thus, all the “moments of silence” tomorrow. Ok, bad joke, but really, it’s kind of true.

I hope, for all our sake, that it’s not the first explanation. Homeland Security has told us to prepare for backbreaking cyber terror attacks, yet they have said that there is “no specific terror threat” for tomorrow’s anniversary. How can they be so sure, I’d like to ask, since a few weeks ago, there were specific terror threats – especially the one that freaked everyone out in Austin, TX –  that were never a real threat in the first place? I would imagine that 9/11’s anniversary would at least have a vague warning for authorities to be vigilant or something, but no, that’s not what they’re saying. They’re saying not to worry, which tells me to worry at this point because the government is full of liars and criminals.

As far as (B) is concerned, USA Today asked the question, “Is Interest in 9/11 Waning?”

The Sept. 11 attacks left scars that will be acknowledged at Ground Zero in New York, the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pa. But there are signs of a gradual desensitization to the tragedy’s wounds.

I think this is (C): A silly, small-minded assumption/hope held on to like a security blanket by the government and the (pretty much) state-run propaganda machine, and that most people who have their head on straight and aren’t brainwashed by them realize that – at the very, very least – the government has not given us a reasonable explanation for what happened that day.

Whatever happens tomorrow, it’ll either be really boring or really horrible – and I have a feeling someone has their finger on a red button somewhere.