There’s a certain point in the evolution of an idea when the swirl of debate around it reaches, as Malcolm Gladwell might say, a tipping point.
A certain kind of accusation that things are not what they seem to be is usually labelled a “conspiracy theory” by an establishment keen to discredit critics. But after a long period of ridicule, small voices are heard seriously discussing it here and there in the mainstream media – a field which, like both science and religion, is heavily invested in maintaining the status quo. And then, as if out of nowhere, a hue and cry breaks out as the masses realise what they’ve been told was a “conspiracy theory” is actually plain common sense.
Such has been the case, for example, with the long-standing claim that the three massive buildings collapsing at freefall acceleration on 9/11 were actually blown up from inside by thoroughly placed thermite charges. This audacious claim immediately met with fierce resistance for three understandbale reasons:
- accepting it means those with access to the buildings – Larry Silverstein, Marvin Bush, Stratesec – were repsonsible for the bulk of the deaths and damage,an unthinkable position which would mean, the public are no more than expendable cannon fodder in a bigger game. That they have been cannon fodder in wars for 100 years never occurs to them, as they have been hypnotised by ideas of patriotism and loyalty to their flag
- the public is overwhelmed by their initial impression – far easier to accept – that a strange, foreign religion hates their freedom. Their illusory freedom is in reality maintained between strictly prescribed limits but the idea is something they cherish and wave a flag for at every opportunity, forgetting their life is in thrall to heaviliy fortified entities over which they have no control: the Fed, the banks, the IRS, the police state, the White House
- when the confused public looks to authority they expect a simple admission of truth and are reassured not to worry, that their anti-Islamist worldview is sound, and they can sleep safely while the military-industrial complex continues to stand guard, albeit at a high price.
But now the evidence is so overwhelming and the voices so numerous that CSpan recently agreed to give air time to Richard Gage, an architect behind the hugely successful Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.
Gage finds that engineers and professionals, once shown the evidence, are firstly flabbergasted (as most had no idea a third massive concrete and steel building collapsed at freefall on 9/11) and then forced to admit that the science is sound.
2. Chemical spraying or “GeoEngineering”
Elsewhere, SoCo Magazine has brough the chemical spraying by military jets out in to the open with this stunning admission that it is, after all, a GeoEngineering exercise that has beengoing on under our noses all the time. If you want to see what the daily chemtrail skies in Bedford look like, check this out!
3. The Sandy Hoax
Other “conspiracy theories” have been gaining solid ground: a schools investigator named Wofgang Halbig has been threatened if he doesn’t stop asking very inconvenient questions about the Sandy Hook shooting. He believes it was simply a government-run op to justify weapons confiscation.
Mr. Halbig isn’t your average “conspiracy theorist.” He’s worked in public education as a teacher, dean, assistant principal, principal of an alternative school and as the Director for School Safety and Security for the Seminole County Public Schools, a school district of approximately 65,000 students.
A former Florida State Trooper and United States Customs Inspector, Mr. Halbig was invited by the U.S. Department of Justice to train over 3,500 school police officers, school superintendents and school principals. He travels the country providing presentations and keynotes to a variety of school board associations and conferences and is a nationally-recognized school safety and security expert and consultant, who has provided safety training and school assessments for more than 4,000 school districts nationwide.
..American free Press
4. James Foley Video
More recently in the news has been the grisy execution video of American journalist James Foley, an atrocity which – while a terrible act, was not nearly as bad as the Israeli genocide in Gaza – was eagerly seized upon as the “red line” for the West to dive into military action in the Middle East – an occupation it loves dearly, and would carry out for eternity with all its heart if not for public opposition.
Within days, voices murmured that the video looked faked. Establishment voices shrieked in horror at this insensitivity, this conspiracy theory, while the British government went as far as declaring that anyone even looking at the video online could be arrested under anti-terrorism laws. It sounded a lot like the Wizard of Oz protesting: “Pay no attention to the man behind that curtain!”
This certainly made me smell a rat, but even so, I was unprepared for the headlines this morning:
What evidence do they have for this apart from the now discredited film? None they can show us, probably for national security reasons. But we ought to believe them.
After all, they’ve never misled us before!