Wednesday, July 07, 2010
Questioning the official story of 9/11 is now a matter of human survival. We can not ignore the calling of history any longer. We live in a state of perpetual emergency
Professor David Ray Griffin has painstakingly excavating all the facts that are recoverable about 9/11, and then juxtaposing them with details of the official story in his article,
"Did 9/11 Justify the War in Afghanistan?"
two narratives have emerged - the first a blatant falsehood forces people to view the present and the future through the narrow lens of fear, and endless violence second begins with a clear truth about the evil that was done on 9/11, and asks of us to collectively challenge the authority of the U.S. government
trying to build peace on the ground that was laid by the hands of war is hopeless. The truth about 9/11 is so explosive that America's wars in the Middle East would totally collapse.
Opposing a war of perceptions without a firm grasp of the truth is like fighting with a pointless spear. Why oppose the war on terrorism if you are not determined to attack the basic claims, and justifications made by its extreme proponents?
peace in our time can't be done unless we separate perception from reality, propaganda from news, lies from the truth, and speak our minds accordingly
the war on terrorism is mythology, the official 9/11 story is a fairy tale, and Al Qaeda is a fictitious villain. We must control the narrative, and let the truth shine.
The "long war" is not a reaction to the 9/11 attacks, but a diabolical enterprise that was hatched by the U.S. military machine after the fall of Communism.
It is not a war against Muslim extremism, but a war against Muslim self-determination
The Islamic enemy is not a threat. They have survived because they are protected and funded by the CIA. Without covert funding of Islamic fighters by the CIA, and U.S. military support of puppet regimes, the Middle East would be free and democratic by now.
freedom and democracy can not emerge in the shadows of the "long war", in which "the battlefield is society itself," because the long war is, above all, a state of historical consciousness. It is a primitive reaction by tyrants and elites to the rising surge of freedom across the world,
Gen. John Abizaid, in December, 2004 that; "Victory will be hard to measure," "Success will instead be an incremental process.
evidence gathered by Professor David Ray Griffin, Richard Gage, AIA, Dr. Steven E. Jones, Dr. Niels Harrit, and others