In honor of Dr. King, fellow truth-seeker
To the greater 9/11 Truth community --
We can see what's going on. But most folks don't. It's not because they can't; it's because they won't.
As activists, we pass out information, post online, and procure time on-the-air. And while these steps undoubtedly advance our cause, we still will have a very large segment - indeed the majority - that will refuse to listen.
It is common for humanity to work toward a better future. But it is unpopular to strive for a better past; a more true past. This outlook, however, is unique to our community and we must capitalize on this strength. Events prior to 9/11 cannot be dismissed as irrelevant to our cause for in fact it is the very foundation. The ability to relate pieces of information, to "connect-the-dots," is exactly how this movement will grow.
This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I propose we pause from our projects and revisit the circumstances surrounding the death of this civil rights and antiwar activist. Do not pass on any information unless it is requested of you and admit ignorance when applicable. This week, in honor of this great peacemaker, let us focus on initiating conversation and listening to our communities while maintaining faith that the facts speak louder than anything we can possibly say or do.
May the change we wish to see in the world start with us.
We Are Change DC