I remember watching the Twin Towers and Building 7 collapse on live, national television. The official story of how the collapse occurred made little sense to me and I decided to look more closely at the evidence. You can read more about my story HERE.
Little did I know that, by doing so, I would be opening the Pandora’s box of alternative media.
15 years later I am glad that I did but wonder, if I knew then what I know now, would it have encouraged me or put me off.
As a person who firmly believes in the empirical method and evidence based research I am not easily given to conspiracy theory. To be honest I don’t think most human beings (especially me) are capable of organising a piss up in a brewery, let alone a vast intergenerational conspiracy intent upon establishing a global, one world government.
Nonetheless, when you dig into the evidence, it is sufficient to tip the balance in favour of accepting that we are all being farmed by an elite oligarchy (false flags, sponsored terror, political corruption, banking fraud etc. etc. etc.) The New World Order is a very real ambition of the global elite.
It has taken me the best part of 15 years to come to this realisation.
Throughout that period, and even more in recent years, I have taken it upon myself to inform anybody and everybody about my findings (hence this blog.)
My partner strongly feels that this is primarily due to the fact that I like the sound of my own voice (she’s probably right) but honestly I believe that simply knowing a little of what’s going on in the world isn’t enough.
What is the point of simply realising that there’s an evil conspiracy manipulating our lives? Surely the point is to do something about it?
When you consider the breadth and scale of the New World Order project, and the extent of the control those behind it exert over nearly every aspect of our lives, fighting it seems utterly unrealistic.
And yet there is reason for hope.
Clearly media manipulation is an absolutely vital element of the plan to establish the New World Order. The corporations spend millions every day in an effort to control the information.
This strongly suggests that they are very concerned about public opinion.
So, whilst one lone voice can do nothing at all to effect the hegemony of the elite, by banding together and growing our collective voice, I think we can.
Therefore spreading the word and encouraging as many people as possible to reject the lies told by the mainstream media; encouraging all to do their own research and make up their own mind; collectively challenging the social, political and economic inequality at the heart of the New World Order and exposing the disinformation spewed out be the elites is worth the struggle.
But this presents us with a dilemma.
I, like many, spend a lot of my time reinforcing my own established world view by seeking out others who agree with me. This is very easy to do on social media. I wouldn’t care to estimate the amount of time I spend massaging my own ego by vocally supporting people who already share my opinions.
My point is that, if we are serious about actually changing the status quo, talking to people we agree with is largely a waste of time. We need to engage with the people who don’t agree and, more importantly, with those who don’t even know what we’re talking about.
But encouraging a person to ‘see’, for the first time, the breath-taking size of the global conspiracy is extremely difficult.
As Mark Twain said “it is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.” People are predisposed to reject anything which challenges their world view. What people need is a ‘single issue’ that they can fully grasp. Once they do their own natural curiosity should do the rest (as it has with me.)
We simply cannot ram this “awareness” down people’s throats. They will resent it and disregard what we are saying as a result, no matter how good the supporting evidence for our argument may be. We must avoid dogma.
And that is why I believe exposing the 9/11 false flag attacks is incredibly important to our cause. To be honest there are other issues that may work just as well. 7/7, The monetary system, orchestration of the various financial crashes, war profiteering and so on could all serve as similar ‘single issues’ to open peoples eyes.
However, because 9/11 remains perhaps the most infamous of all events, I prefer to focus upon that where I can.
It is the smoking gun that clearly reveals the hand behind the throne.
If we keep highlighting the staggering amount of evidence that destroys the official narrative many more people will be offered an opportunity to step into the rabbit hole.
By focusing on one issue, rather than the whole story, it is easier for those of us who are “aware” to encourage others to join the struggle. The numbers will build.
It is a mass awakening that frightens the financial and corporate oligarchy.
Widely promoting an understanding of how and why they murdered 3000 innocent people on 9/11 is the key to creating it.