9/11 does not go away.
It is with us on a daily basis.
It has been the emotional rationale for a long list of radical changes in US policy, many of which continue with us even under the Obama administration:
- a supposed “War on Terrorism”
- actual wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
- possible future wars against a supposed “axis of evil”
- condoning torture and indefinite detention without any kind of due process
- scuttling the Geneva conventions
- the sacrifice of civil liberties at home
If 9/11 “changed everything,” as George W. Bush has said, then it is extremely important that we “get it right.”
What really happened that day?
The administration made a rush to judgment, immediately destroyed much of the evidence, stamped much of the remaining evidence “Secret,” and implied that critics were “with the terrorists.”
If all you know is what you have read in the papers or seen on the TV News, you are not fully informed, and you are quite possibly misinformed.
We believe you have also been intentionally DIS-informed.
A “9/11 Truth Movement,” inspired initially by families of 9/11 victims, has amassed a significant amount of research that casts doubt on the official story line, but many people have never heard this or thought through the implications.
The American administration and the compliant media want this issue to go away, so any attempt to discuss or speak out on this issue is dismissed as a “conspiracy theory.”
But keep in mind that even the official story of 9/11 is a rather bizarre “conspiracy theory.”