Mike Anti Neo-Con writes:
The thought struck me about how some people just won't listen or look to plain evidence on 9/11. Either they just don't think the Military could carry this off because we support the troops(a paradigm paralysis,so to speak)and that they just don't think We could kill our own. That is just crazy, or as you hear Sean Hannity say,"Sick and twisted".
Perhaps the bridge to this gap is more knowledge about the CIA and how they have operated in the past. I realize the "Operation Northwoods" is in Loose Change 2nd edition,but that is soon forgotten as the video goes along.
I do think if there was a section on the 9/11 blog site dedicated to show past covert operations,and a caption or message indicating this section to show how pulling this kind of operation or some of many other operations. It could be used as a measure of how insane and bizarre lengths the CIA would go to achieve the mission.
The best one to start with,I believe,is the web site; www.thirdworldtraveler.com, Mark Zepezauer. It is called CIA's Greatest Hits and it gives brief overviews of the most significant special operations of the last 60-some years. I think this could show people that there is nothing sacred about how the empire is kept running and it would be a shocking history lesson for people to learn,and would psycologicaly prepare them or make them more receptive to the truth of 9/11.
I agree, definitely check out the site he suggests, lots of information: www.thirdworldtraveler.com
Also Alex Jones' latest flick, Terrorstorm, does a great job of exposing the history of false flag terror attacks. If you haven't seen it already, check it out here:
Finally, how could we forget the Incubator Babies lie to garner support for the first Iraq war, check it out here:
I think a collection of well sourced material exposing the lies of the ruling elite would make a great resource for all of us to use in spreading the truth. Please list your own examples in the comments section below and if we get enough good responses, maybe we'll put together a page specifically for this purpose.