The truth about 9/11 must come out


In a world of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. George Orwell, 1984

By Craig McKee

It has now been nine years since the most elaborate “false flag” operation ever staged. Despite the thousands of lies we’ve been fed since Sept. 11, 2001, the fact becomes clearer with each passing year: 9/11 was an inside job.

But knowing this is not enough. The awareness of the role of unseen forces in the 9/11 attacks must further permeate the public consciousness. People have to begin to understand the implications of this atrocity, and they have to get mad.

It is vital that we continue to ask questions, apply pressure, and generally speak out. We can’t let the momentum ease for a second. The mainstream media is clearly not willing to help. The government certainly won’t. So it’s up to the public and the grassroots truth movement.

No one else will stand up for all the people who lost their lives that day – those who worked in the buildings and the firefighters and rescue workers who died trying to save them. And let’s not forget those who died or got sick from working at Ground Zero.

No one else will stand up for all the people who have died in the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan over the last nine years. And no one else will refuse to accept the continuing removal of so many individual freedoms.

Let 9/11 be the wake-up call that the world needs to realize what’s going on.

Stand up for the truth. Keep fighting. Don’t give up.

I would really like to know what people reading this site think about what I have to say. Let me know if you agree, disagree… And let me know what your thoughts are about 9/11 – what happened, and what we should do about it. All you have to do is click on the headline of any post and go to the bottom where you’ll see a box for comments. You can also click on “comments” at the bottom of the posts as they’re listing on the home page of the site. Either way, I want to know what you think!

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