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As we all know, part of the official myth is that no one could have imagined that a hijacked plane would be crashed into a building. There are several counterexamples out there, but this obituary from AP documents the earliest example I've seen:
BELGRADE, Serbia – Nikola Kavaja, who hijacked a U.S. passenger jet in 1979 with the intention of crashing it into Yugoslav Communist Party headquarters, has died.
Poster’s note: This outstanding handout was written by fellow activist Whitey for distribution to the general public. Reproduced with permission. The original handout was printed on three pages, and I have drawn line breaks to show where the pages were separated. Kudos to Whitey for producing these handouts and passing them out on July 11, 2007. I hope his work inspires others to distribute this information.
Behavioral Conditioning Primer
-Behavioral conditioning is the act of shaping behavior.
-Behavioral conditioning has been studied for over 100 years.
-Major contributors are: I. Pavlov and B.F. Skinner.
-Animals AND humans are both subject to this psychological phenomenon.
-Three of the things needed for behaviorally conditioning are:
Unconditioned Response (UCR): This is an innate response to a stimulus. For example, if there is a puff of air in your eyes, you will automatically blink. This is a hard wired response in your brain.
Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS): This is a stimulus which automatically causes a UCR. The puff of air in the previous example is a UCS.
Saturday, Feb 10, 2007
Thanks to 911blogger member Randy for alerting me that Rudy Giuliani was in town today. I read the news shortly after waking up, and had enough time to put together a sign and get downtown. The sign reads as follows (It was Ken Eichler's idea.)
RUDY, WHO TOLD YOU THE TOWERS WOULD FALL? (Search YouTube for "Giuliani 9/11")
There was a protest being organized by local talk show host Christine Craft, and she had some amusing signs made that read "Hey Rudy, Surge This!" The 50 or so people who showed up were more focused on anti-war than pro-Truth. Nevertheless I got compliments on my sign, and got the impression that many of them already knew about 9/11. I also got a chance to hand out a lot of literature.
One of the highlights was walking by the hotel where the California republican convention was being held and showing my sign to the guests through the large windows. They were queued in a narrow hallway next to the sidewalk and couldn't miss me. Needless to say, I didn't get many thumbs up from them.
I do not mean to be discouraging here. The growth of the Truth movement in the past year gives me tremendous optimitistism. Nevertheless, we should consider the possibility that we won't resolve this issue in our lifetimes.
Therefore I want to put the idea of a 9/11 time capsule out there. Ideas for contents include: A letter for posterity, a copy of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence, and as many 9/11 books as will fit.
Remember, false flag attacks have been around for a long time, but they have not been part of the public consiciousness. How many wars have been started because a population thought that someone else attacked first? With the tragedy of 9/11 we can change that, because it was too grand to be forgotten and yet in the details it was seriously botched. The work we do is not just for our generation.
Once again, I do not post this out of discouragement. A time capsule is not something to work on right away, because at present the Truth movement is making remarkable progress. Think of it as a back-up plan, something to do if there is some major change to the status quo. If there are enough time capsules out there, it insure that any defeat will be temporary.