Wednesday, 11 September 2013
9/11 - Twelve Years On...
In the UK, most mainstream channels usually re-air all of the hit pieces that were conceived in the aftermath of the events. This year has been an oddly sedate affair and it seems that, for a variety of reasons, 9/11 is keeping its head down. Aside from the usual day long marathons being broadcast on P.R. outlets such as National Geographic and the History Channel, the rest are keeping a relatively low profile.
This is hardly a surprise though when one looks at the current state of affairs in relation to the bigger picture. It is not hard to recognise the events that led from 9/11. Illegal wars of aggression and occupation, regime change, big bad bogeymen conjured up from every nook and cranny you could imagine, Orwellian laws designed to curtail individual rights and liberties, weapons of mass destruction curiously appearing in the neighbourhood of any country that doesn’t play ball with the precepts of Global Governance – these have all become par for the course since 9/11.
There is a tendency to fall into the trap of believing that there is actually nothing left to say about 9/11 and its legacy. Whilst it may be true, we should never get complacent and tire of discussing that which is now known. Certainly, I believe that the evidence I recount to others (namely the work of Dr Judy Wood in her book “Where Did The Towers Go?”), pretty much speaks for itself. Those who continually call for a “new debate”, “new discussion” or “new investigation” (in my personal opinion) are wandering down a dead end path.
Never the less, we do need to keep talking about that which we know. It is curious that the sudden low key approach has timed with the current situation in Syria. I am somewhat heartened by public reaction to the Syrian paradigm. Most of us were convinced that a strike upon the country (in some form) was literally 24 hours away… and this was weeks ago. We have, in actuality, seen all manner of “back peddling” over recent weeks.
In the UK, the government’s initial beating of the war drum rapidly went quiet when it became obvious that (perhaps even more than at the time of the Iraq invasion) public opinion was simply not on their side. I have listened to people I know (who would usually be all in favour of a war) espousing far more caution. Mostly, this reluctance seems to stem from a belief that we really shouldn’t be spading out money for a foreign war, when there is “no money at home”!
There is a delicious irony in all this, for it seems that the current economic woes engineered by the “powers that be” may have been inadvertently responsible for derailing the war plans (and, ultimately, the steps on the road to global governance) of the “powers that be”!
There is more though. Far more people began to recognise the same old tune (with Syria) that was used to carefully manipulate the masses in the lead up to the Iraq invasion. Weapons of mass destruction in Syria became a far more convoluted affair than a simple pre-cursor to cause and effect. Put simply, the analogous “boy who cried wolf” tale just wasn’t being listened to any more.
This far from removes the inevitability of the “powers that be” acting in accordance with their global governance agenda, given that they know how to craft many alternatives routes to their goals.
These, and far more serious implications, are the true legacy of 9/11. 9/11 revealed the one (metaphorical and literal) truly bone fide weapon of mass destruction. Not only in the form of a directed free energy weapon, but also in the form of a weapon that can reconfigure our beliefs, ideals and notions of our world around us and what is yet to come. Maybe twelve years has allowed us some time to begin to reclaim those beliefs and ideals as our own.
It is with determined hope that I believe a day will come when those events will be examined through the eyes of a more accurate and evidential historical context, rather than those of pre-conceived notions, managed perceptions and a manufactured program of cultural and historical indoctrination. Hopefully, by then, we will have removed ourselves from the current state of war upon our consciousness and begun to recognise something of our larger reality.
We can but hope…
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