Who are the Terrorists - 9/11 Truth Activists or Those Who Promote False Flag Terror?


People who question 9/11 are being labeled by some as "terrorists". Are they?

Initially, that means calling at least a third of the American public -- including millions of high-level military leaders, members of Congress, 9/11 Commissioners, intelligence professionals, legal scholars, heroic first responders, family members of 9/11 victims, and other patriotic Americans -- terrorists.

Moreover, according to the Department of Defense's Military Dictionary, terrorism is "The calculated use of violence or threat of violence to inculcate fear. Terrorism is intended to coerce or intimidate governments or societies in the pursuit of goals that are generally political, religious, or ideological."

Are those who question 9/11 using or threatening violence in order to cause widespread fear to achieve political changes?


Those who question the government's version of 9/11 are peaceful, intelligent grandparents, children and parents. They are peaceful, patriotic people. They are neither using violence or threatening the use of violence (if anyone advocates violence in the name of 9/11 truth, they are most likely government infiltrators).

Indeed, what motivates many 9/11 truth activists is the desire to prevent future acts of violence.

On the other hand, those who carried out or aided and abetted the 9/11 attacks may very well carry out additional acts of terror unless their past terrorist activities are revealed.

Indeed, those trying to stifle questions about the events of 9/11 are actually threatening the use of violence to stop the discussion. Neocon bootlicker Danny Bonaduce called for Rosie O'Donnell to be executed for questioning 9/11. Bill O'Reilly said "This is going to lead to death" and makes all kind of threats stating, "If they are not reigned in by the authorities, and they should be...somebody is going to get hurt." Such statements are, in fact, a form of terrorism, and also constitute the criminal felony of "inciting violence".

So who are the terrorists?

Be Patriotic.

Who are the terrorists. What does it mean to be Patriotic during these times.

Here's an example of the dichotomy:

Here's a good example of the government using violence:

Evidence of Projection

C.G. Jung would say there is a great deal of projection going on.

" PROJECTION. Jung thought this process very important. "Projections change the world into the replica of one's own unknown face.'' We blame the other for what we will not recognize in ourselves."

Someday soon, while sitting with a book of Jung, I will attempt to relate our current events with his theories of the collective conscious and unconscious. He did study the Hitler saga, thereby explaining how Hitler and Gobbels managed to psychologically manipulate a vast majority of educated intelligent people until his shadowy evil crept slowly into the light exposing the inhuman atrocities. There are lessons to be learned from the past.

Mark Twain:

A Patriot is merely a rebel at the start.
In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot. The soul and substance of what customarily ranks as patriotism is moral cowardice and always has been.
In any civic crisis of a great and dangerous sort the common herd is not privately anxious about the rights and wrongs of the matter, it is only anxious to be on the winning side.
In the North, before the war, the man who opposed slavery was despised and ostracised, and insulted. By the “patriots.” Then, by and by, the “patriots” went over to his side, and thenceforth his attitude became patriotism.
There are two kinds of patriotism—monarchical patriotism and republican patriotism. In the one case the government and the king may rightfully furnish you their notions of patriotism; in the other, neither the government nor the entire nation is privileged to dictate to any individual what the form of his patriotism shall be. The gospel of the monarchical patriotism is: “The King can do no wrong.” We have adopted it with all its servility, with an unimportant change in the wording: “Our country, right or wrong!” We have thrown away the most valuable asset we had:—the individual’s right to oppose both flag and country when he (just he, by himself) believed them to be in the wrong. We have thrown it away; and with it all that was really respectable about that grotesque and laughable word, Patriotism.