Love Versus Hate

I know alot of people in the 9/11 truth movement, since I've been involved in the struggle for several years and have worked with alot of good folks.

It seems that those who are doing the best work, having the biggest effect in educating people to the fact that 9/11 was an inside job, and are best moving the ball downfield towards bringing the perpetrators of 9/11 to justice are largely motivated by -- ugh, I know you don't want to hear this -- love.

Love Is Weak

What?! you ask. This is about murder and treason and false flags and deceit and punishment. How can you talk about such a frilly and irrelevant concept as love? We need more FIRE in our bellies. We need to get PUMPED UP. A little HATE is good!

Well, that hasn't been my experience. My experience is that those who are least effective and who are most disrupting the 9/11 truth movement are driven by hatred.

Contrary to what you might believe, love STRENGTHENS you and INCREASES your ability to kick some serious tail. Don't believe me?

Well, for one thing, love gives you COURAGE. Unless you truly love, you will not have the ability to sustain your bravery in the face of adversity. You simply will not have the ability to stay in the battle long-term. You need to love something enough to be able to really fight for it. And stories of the frail people who have lifted parts of cars to save a loved one trapped underneath show that love can power people up.

For another thing, unless you have some degree of love for your enemy, you will not be able to beat him. What do I mean? Well, the great Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu said

"Know your enemy and know yourself; in a hundred battles, you will never be defeated.

When you are ignorant of the enemy but know yourself, your chances of winning or losing are equal.

If ignorant both of your enemy and of yourself, you are sure to be defeated in every battle."

If you don't open your heart to your enemy, you will not be able to actually see who he is, and therefore, you will not know him. Therefore, you will likely not be able to defeat him.

If you got in a street fight and were so enraged that you stopped being able to see your adversary, but just flailed away blindly through squinted eyes, you probably wouldn't win the fight. You have to see, to recognize, to even understand your enemy if you want to beat him.

But doesn't loving someone make you weaker, softer, less able to PUMP UP THE VOLUME and KICK SOME BOOTY?

No, it doesn't. You can and still should fight as hard as you can against false flag terrorists, injustice and deceit. If you don't, our future is bleak indeed. If you don't, the perpetrators of 9/11 will just become more emboldened, will carry out bigger and more gruesome false flag attacks, and will be even bolder in imposing their fascist, imperialist, anti-citizen agenda.

But you can still fight and win even if your heart is open.

Some of the bravest people of all time -- Martin Luther King, Jr, Gandhi, Mandela, etc. -- were driven by love.

It is undoubtedly a paradox. But we must learn how to love our enemies even as we fight to convict them for war crimes, for treason and for murder.

I'm not talking about fighting less hard or even going easy on the perpetrators of 9/11. I'm talking about doing what is most effective to wake up the American people to the fact that 9/11 was an inside job, doing what is necessary to try the perpetrators for war crimes, and punishing them to the fullest extent of the law.

We might not have many examples of real love around us in our culture. I'm not talking about the kind of "love" that Hallmark or the soap operas market. I'm not talking about mush. I'm not talking about taking estrogen pills. I'm talking about tough love, fierce love. I'm talking about Braveheart and George Washington, not your aunt Ethel. We've got to figure out how to create a powerful, strong love and then become examples and role models ourselves for others.

And I'm not talking about putting out your fire of righteous anger. Keep that anger alive and channel it into defeating the lies and bringing the bad guys to justice. But anger without love turns into hatred, which weakens you. Anger plus love turns into power, effectiveness and success.

Motivations of 9/11 Truthers

I don't know where the hatred in the most disruptive people in the 9/11 movement comes from. It might simply be that if you fight evil long enough without keeping your perspective, you become that which you are fighting against. It might be frustration (which I certainly understand and share!) that the 9/11 truth movement hasn't made more progress, and hasn't brought anyone to justice.

Some might have childhood issues which they never resolved.

And some are actually disinfo agents who hate anything which challenges the status quo of the current system, and may hate us because 9/11 truth is gaining momentum and they are losing the disinfo war.

On the other hand, the most prolific 9/11 researchers, the best writers and educators, the most tireless activists are driven by love of one kind or another. For example, the most dedicated and effective 9/11 activists I know are driven by such things as:

• Their love for their children, and their desire to have them grow up in a sane world not controlled by false flag terrorism and fear

• The need to make sense of their family-member's death on September 11th, and to make sure it doesn't happen to others

• Compassion for the suffering first responders and admiration for their heroism

• Love of country, of our Constitutional form of government, and the patriotic desire to save America from those who would destroy her

• The desire to prevent further wars in the falsely labeled "war on terror"

• Love of truth

Mature Warriorship

Finally, those who come from a place of hate instead of love are actually immature and ineffective warriors. Instead of being able to be successful in the struggle for 9/11 truth and justice, they are carrying around 300-pound backpacks filled with unresolved issues with their parents or other authority figures. They are like children shooting rubber bands: childish and ineffective.

Being able to bridge the paradox by fighting as hard as one can while keeping one's heart open is very difficult. But it is the only thing which will allow us to be effective. Without love, we will burn out. We will give up. We won't be able to "relate to people", which is a vital skill in being able to spread 9/11 truth to newbies. Without love, we will just be little kids shooting rubberbands at the wall.

You will never be truly strong until you learn how to keep your heart open WHILE fighting, while defeating your enemy.

If you think love is weak, you do not understand how the world really works. If you think that love is weak, that love weakens you, it is because your concept about what love is is flawed. Real love actually strengthens you.

The bravest people I know are also the most heartful.

Frankly, in the long run, love kicks hate's backside.

The word "courage" comes from the French word for "heart". Whatever you think of the French, they knew what they were talking about in this regard. Indeed, at my most powerful, my old karate teacher told me I "had alot of heart". This is actually a universal, if forgotten, secret, which the 9/11 truth movement would be smart to learn.

Thank you....

...this should be printed and set aside by every 9/11 Truth Fighter on this board, to be read on those days when things seem especially daunting....

Very thoughtful. But you

Very thoughtful. But you can love and hate, and still be an emotional adult.

People forget that emotions are information--it is only when you ignore the information that you get into trouble.

Anger tells you your safety is threatened, but it is up to your brain to sort out whether that threat is real (fight/flight) or simply a threat to one's ego/ comfort zone(time to grow up/or take a deep breath). This is the basic difference between an emotional adult and an adult child: the emotional adult uses the emotion to inform their action--they don't let it overwhelm them.

Hate is anger defered--for whatever reason--so that it becomes an obsession. This is a natural response to what is felt as a threat that has gone unchallenged for too long. Still, one must ask --is it a real threat(fight/flight) or an extension of ego insecurity/confusion?

This is another reason to despise Left-gate keepers who know better--by forcibly defering the justified anger of the public, and ensuring the causes of that anger are not eliminated, otherwise perfectly open hearted people WILL learn to hate--because the only other option is to ignore the threat and ignoring threats guarentees failure.

As for love--I'd point out love is not an emotion, per se. You can love someone, a cause, what not--and still be frustrated agravated , even angry with them. Love is the connection to those you care for, and the motivation to do what's best for everyone's good because you see yourself as part of that good.

And yes, love is more powerful than what the bastard's malice because they think they can advance at the expense of everyone else. They are fighting for the right to their malice. We are fighting for a better world.

You are right about fighting with an open heart. But I would qualify "open" does not mean hanging out all over the place. It's the diffence between being "emotionally available" and that useless over-statement, "vulnerable" . Basically there is a whole skills set the goes with emotional maturity-- and it is the lack of those skills that produce pointless disruption.

And remember, none of us is super human. Anyone will break with enough stress. People in such a state will not be helped by being told they are hating too much. They can only be helped by having the stress/threat removed, because at this point they are out of coping resources. Telling them they need to love will not magically bring those resources into being.

Impeachment. Accountability. A better world.

Love is Key.

Amen George. I know when I am acting out of love I am feeling the strongest and most unstoppable. When I am low on energy, desperate, and acting out of anger/hate I am at my weakest. Just bitter you know.

When I am acting out of love I am looking to kick ass to take care of people and the future of our planet.

I'm glad you posted this.

Love is the only way forward.

I see that you are a kindred soul, GW.

Hate is what has brought the perpetrators and the world to this point in human history.

Only through love can we overcome this challenge and move the human race forward into a truly spiritual epoch.

If we let Gandhi and MLK, Jr. be our guiding lights, then we cannot fail.

The truth shall set us free. Love is the only way forward.

Show "we must love the haters who steal 9/11 websites" by Constitutionalist

Huh? Impeachment.


Impeachment. Accountability. A better world.

Very good man!

Very good man!

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“it is possible to fool all the people all the time—when government and press cooperate.” George Seldes - "legendary investigative reporter"

I Corinthians 13 1-13

1If I speak in the tongues[a] of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. 2If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. 3If I give all I possess to the poor and surrender my body to the flames,[b] but have not love, I gain nothing.
4Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 6Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

8Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away. 9For we know in part and we prophesy in part, 10but when perfection comes, the imperfect disappears. 11When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put childish ways behind me. 12Now we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.

13And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.