Monday, August 25, 2008

9/11: The Greatest Adventure

There's an anniversary coming up. Not one that we celebrate but one that we revere (quoting Princeton's wordnet " regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of").

It was a day that changed all our lives. Nothing would ever be the same.

The myriad of opposing ideas on who is accountable for the crimes of that day and how it actually happened basically comes down to each individual who is so inclined to even consider these things. Without a real investigation from people who don't have "a dog in that hunt" that's all we have.

The "official" ever changing story/conspiracy theory grates on some of our nerves.
Of those who don't accept the lies, there was a turning point. It was the time we realized that our government/media/corporate/industrial/military/banking "controllers" are the enemy of truth.

9/11 has millions of personal stories about "the day I woke up".

I'm asking to hear them. I want to know that I'm not alone.

Tell us your story. You have one. When and why you backed away from the corrupt lies.
Post them everywhere you can, flood the net. Show our numbers, show strength. Make the liars sweat. Let them know we won't move on, we're not rolling over. 7 years on and we're still angry.
Do it with reverence for those who died on that day but without mercy for those we may see as the perpetrators.

Getting to the bottom of 9/11 and it's ongoing consequences is the greatest adventure of our lifetime.

I'm looking forward to hearing some personal "tales of 9/11" from people who care as well a great number of well researched studies that contradict our sanctioned lies.

This anniversary, at least for this one day, let's make this the number one issue in the world.

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