9/11 Five Years Later: What Have We Accomplished?

Here is a great piece about the state of the 9/11 Truth movement. Thanks to JackRiddler for posting this at DU.

An Assessment of the 9/11 Truth Movement

By Emanuel Sferios
September 11, 2006

Five years ago--on my birthday--the shadow government of the United States
murdered over 3,000 of its own citizens (and hundreds of others) in a
"false flag" operation designed to galvanize public support behind a war
for control of the world's last remaining energy reserves. Many of us
quickly saw through the "big lie" of 9/11 and began a movement to expose
it, to reveal the truth, in the hopes that this would bring an end to the
War on Terror, a war destined--if it continues--to turn nuclear.

And now, five years later, what have we accomplished?

In short, everything and nothing. We began this movement to convince the
American public and the world that the official story of 9/11 was a lie,
and that ruling factions within our own government were the real
perpetrators. This we accomplished. Opinion polls conducted over the last
two years show that the majority of Americans believe the US government
was complicit. We bombarded every mainstream and alternative medium
available with information, from Air America to internet blogs. We handed
out leaflets in cities and towns across the country, held signs on street
corners, wrote letters to everyone we could think of. And you know what?
It worked. Today it is rare that I talk to a person who doesn't believe
the US government was involved in the attacks in some way. Compared to
just two years ago, when people would look at us like we were crazy for
suggesting such a thing, this is an amazing success.

Or so it seems. For at the same time, not a single perpetrator of 9/11 has
been prosecuted, and the War on Terror continues unabated, as does the
endless stream of lies and propaganda designed to keep us fearful and
compliant. Why this discrepancy? What accounts for the 9/11 Truth
Movement's seeming victory in shattering the American public's blind
acceptance of the official story, and the stark reality that nothing has
changed politically? In other words, why, in the midst of total success,
have we failed?
(More at the link).

One of the best articles I've read in a long time!

Thank you for posting this, it's one of the best articles I've read in a long time!