Divide and be Conquered

Divide and Conquer is a strategy that works by "gaining and maintaining power by breaking up larger concentrations of power into chunks that individually have less power than the one implementing the strategy. In reality, it often refers to a strategy where small power groups are prevented from linking up and becoming more powerful, since it is difficult to break up existing power structures."
- Wikipedia "Divide and Rule (Conquer)"

The 9/11 Truth movement continues to grow, but a disturbing trend is beginning to form. This year marked a divergence from the hallowed space of Ground Zero, and divided itself between New York City and Washington D.C.. This is the one day that the movement can build great morale. Stepping up to the wall, marking the notch above it's head, and seeing just how much it's grown. However, this opportunity was squandered this year. Undoubtedly, many within the movement have good intentions, yet one couldn't help but feel disappointed and disheartened this year.

Looking around at the crowd of maybe 500 or so, and funneling into the "New World" stages. It's hard not to take a look around and evaluate, and compare to the past. Many who sat watching the eagerly awaited Loose Change -Final Cut- had to be thinking this same thing yesterday. Many came expecting thousands more this year. Wasn't this the year that we would make history?

As a movement, it is necessary to determine one and only one primary location to declare unity and growth in continued solidarity for the victims families in their quest for truth and accountability. This is not to say that there shouldn't be groups acting locally, because everyone plays their parts. It is to say that there should not be two competing primary sites.

Then again, maybe this is a falsity. Maybe we should have the Olympics in every country at the same time. Maybe the movement should decide.

The 9/11 movement

must remain a loose association of free-thinking individuals. Ideally I think the groups would be small, autonomous groups of 10-20 people who operate in solidarity with, but independently of, the other groups. Any injustices against one group should be condemned by the others, as solidarity is of the utmost importance. But a large, centralized 9/11 truth movement would be an obvious and easy target for the numerous cointel, disinfo and infiltration programs almost certainly being implemented against the 9/11 truth movement on a constant basis. To prevent these types of cointel programs from working to discredit and distract us from out ultimate goal of getting a real 9/11 investigation and getting the real perpetrators brought to justice, we must strive for small, autonomous groups who work independently of but in solidarity with one another.



Art of War

As long as those 20 people groups can wield significant power to focus on our enemies weaknesses, then they can be effective.

What I'm Getting at.

Here's basically what I'm getting at. We can march all we want, and we can hold up signs and confront politicians until we are blue in the face. And, while these things are necessary for garnering support, they are but one step in in forcing change. We need to band everyone together and start creating and plugging into local economies, supporting farmers markets, localized currencies like the liberty dollar, and freeing OURSELVES from our dependence on oil. Until we start changing their bottom line, we will keep getting more of the same. These things require mass mobilization. We can't be so afraid of cointelpro and other disruptive efforts that we neutralize ourselves and become ineffective.

This isn't about Oil

It's about world domination. Seizing Babylon was symbolic. A friend of mine indicated that just before the invasion of Iraq Saddam read the words "Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin" on the wall.

Remember the Maine!