Thanks to the internet, we’re reaching a point where the gov-co can’t launch false flag events and get away with it for long. The truth (plus a lot of disinformation and outright idiocy) will out. Thanks to the internet, the world knows. Thanks to the internet, our government is losing credibility globally. Nobody believes the government. Nobody believes Obama. How can any government rule without credibility? By force?
According to video #1 (below), 84% of the American people believe 9/11 was an “inside job” or “false flag” operation. Eighty-four per cent. It’s taken America 12 years to reach a point where the truth is acknowledged by almost everyone except the gov-co and mainstream media.
But what good does acknowledging the truth about 9/11 do for us 12 years after the fact? Will the guilty be punished or even officially exposed? Maybe–but probably not.
Therefore, has uncovering the truth about 9/11 been futile?
No. More than anything else, the 84% of Americans who’ve slowly learned and acknowledged the truth about 9/11 over the past 12 years are the same 84% who refuse to believe Obama’s Syrian gas attack story, today. The 84% who know 9/11 was a false flag operation no longer trust gov-co. They no longer believe Obama. They automatically distrust and doubt the gov-co. That 84% will not blindly support another Middle East invasion. One day, that 84% will support and perhaps even demand repeal of the “Patriot Act” and “Homeland Security” laws.
Knowing the truth about 9/11 from twelve years ago, may prevent another false flag attack on Syria, today. Amazing, hmm? Who’d have thought it possible? The American people are learning from history and therefore not repeating history. Public schooling has failed to dumb us down to the point where we can’t see the truth.
Our persistent, dogged, obsessive pursuit of the truth about 9/11 has helped prevent an attack on Syria and badly disabled gov-co’s capacity to mislead the American people. If even a nuclear device were detonated in a major American city, who would not automatically suspect the perpetrator was our own government? Americans should be proud. We aren’t helpless. It takes time, but pursuing the truth can and does make a difference.
I find that insight inspiring.
Two videos about al Qaeda’s false flag attacks:
1. 9/11 (as reported by Russia Today)
2. Syrian government’s poison gas attack (as reported by Ron Paul and Pat Buchanan): :