9/11, Our Freedoms, and You

Disclaimer: In no way does this post reflect the opinion of www.911blogger.com or any of its other users. The expressed is a compliation of my opinions and nothing more.

I have been following the 911truth movement for well over a year now. However, as far as noticing any effective impacts on the direction this country is taking I has come up short. New, incriminating tidbits are developed upon weekly but the unwavering evidence, which has long since been established, has done little in the way of assaulting the most corrupted underpinnings of our society. These issues take precedence over any convictions or indictments the 911truth movement wishes to lay upon guilty parties of the murderous attrocities of 9/11.

Before continuing reading it is important one accepts the presumption that cheap oil does not last forever. I am not going to try to convince anyone of this presupposition's validity, but simply explain to those who already accept it about what they should be in concerning themselves with right now.

The most pressing issues facing this country are as follows:

1. An illegitimate voting system that clearly does not matter what voters think.

2. A media advertently ignoring any consequential voter disputes. It becomes futile to complain about just about anything. It will not be aired fairly.

3. A private bank in control of the perceived economic prosperity of this country. The masses will be unaware of their (in this USA era of global oil importing) currency devaluation over the course of layoffs, technological and manufactural outsourcing, and other global market fluctuations.

Surely one would think that starting off small (I hate to call it that) with the 911truth movement is a step in the right direction. However, when considering the rapid and boisterous policies practiced by this administration it becomes clear that any effort but a direct assault upon any of these systems may be too late. If the public has taken 5 years to finally understand the messages of 9/11, how long will it take for them to accept that the money of this country has been hijacked, that the voting machines are completely compromised, or that the "news" will never tell them about either.

It is a sphere of totalitarianism control and it is nearly perfect.

The debt entangled and ignorant masses will continue to accept Democrats as saviors - which they very well may be for the next decade, when infact they are simply slowing the inevitable. The populous will continue to purchase energy inefficient products that were produced 1600 or more miles away (food included).

I definitely do not feel like I can handle another term under a neocon. I would rather hastefully make my way to another country before I would wait in my home for the Bilderbergs/Illuminati/Council on Foreign Relations to come and evict me into a concentration camp (Balloon Mortgages).

With Google's aquisition of Youtube.com the sphere of influence so coveted by the CIA (evident by their track record) begins its consolidation. We are merely a half dozen internet terrorists, pedophelic emailers, or corporate hackers away from complete internet oversight by the US government in the name of National Security. Sadly, once the internet is compromised, this nation is absolutely voiceless.

I guess that is all I have to say, though I may say more in due time. It all depends on how well this brief opinion, is received. Good luck and rethink your motives.

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Sorry for any spelling/grammar errors, it's late.

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