Dealing with the psychological aspects of 9/11 Truth

Psychologists help 9/11 truth deniers

What do you think?

I don't really like

the use of "sheeple" or "denier" because it creates an "us versus them" mentality.

I have updated my blog piece (and it is still a work in progress)

I took the title from "See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil"

Change of Title/Heading

The video is important, however, I would agree that the title is unnecessarily provocative and also inaccurate, which thus detracts from its importance.

First, it is provocative because it is an ad hominem attack with implicit undertones of "Holocaust Denial" - we should elevate our level of analysis far above mud-slinging, especially since we are familiar with such tactics being used on us.

Second, it is not accurate, as I discuss at length in my papers and presentations, because there exists a complex - and biologically ingrained - belief system that underlies a person's response to information that parts of the official account are factually incorrect.

Dr. Jenkins made a very important - and serious - point during our Q & A: That we too are susceptible to these same mechanisms that create and sustain faulty beliefs and that we must carefully consider our own beliefs to make sure that we do not succumb to the inadequacies we accuse others of. I agree.

We can, and should, do better than what others may give us credit for.

Peace through Truth,

Well said

tangentially related... In my experience, people respond much better to information if they feel like they discovered it or realised it on their own rather than being told they are wrong about something. Someone that decides to look into this because they are interested is more likely to become active than someone who is attacked for not having done so.

I agree - I hate the term "Deniers" pro or con

I first thought this YouTube was produced by some Cass. Sunstein/ Jonathan Kay type crank - so I didn't bother to watch it close at first. National Post editor & author of "Among The Truthers would like nothing more than to have his readers relate to people who dare question the events of 9/11 as "9/11 Deniers" akin to "Holocaust Deniers" - For years this alignment of the two "Deniers" have been purposely melded together in almost every story that relates to the 911 truth movement in Canada's National Post Newspaper.

The title is not one I would choose

I agree that using the term "deniers" is derogatory, an ad hominem, and is also inaccurate regarding the content of this film. This is a label which is divisive. Being divisive is not what will help people open up. I would suggest changing the title to something like "Psychology professionals speak out about 9/11."

Official Version -- Use this

Just uploaded to AE's youtube channel. Better title and description. Plus has the url.


I think the first thing we need to do is recognize that the people who control our military, education, media and government are psychological thugs.

Ambiguous Article Title

I can't figure out which direction you are going given the ambiguous nature of the title.
I think understanding how psychology is used against us is paramount to overcoming the psychological resistance that prevents
seemingly intelligent people from being able to examine the evidence for themselves without falling prey to disinfo, misinfo or avoidance all together.


Title updated to something less ambiguous than the original YouTube title.

The Denial Problem

I liked the video. Understanding why a person chooses denial is important. I'd like to see more about techniques to help a person out of a state of denial.

Thank you

Thank you. Appreciate you posting this!

" I Cried For Weeks After 9/11".....

I didn't. I knew things like this where thousands of people die happens around the world. The fact that it happened this time in the USA was different primarily due to location. The PHD psychologist is the one in denial, she suffered emotional trauma and chose to look to authority to allay her fears.

9/11 is deeply Psychological.

I was shocked and deeply affected by the events of 9/11. I witnessed the death of my " psychological" neighbors. I was even more affected when it came to 9/11 truth. It was a blow to my psyche to think that this was a false flag operation or an inside job. What was even harder to accept was the way the corporate media dealt with 9/11 truth. They were not objective when it came to anything dealing with 9/11. 9/11 truth challenges our core belief systems and how we view ourselves and our North American culture. Our sense of self and who we are is at stake.

Understanding and overcoming the psychological impact of 9/11 and how deeply it affects people is perhaps the greatest challenge that we face at this point.

Misheard Opening ...

I thought she said "proves" when I think she said "disproves" . My bad.

Good work

Good video. Please do more.

Just want to point out....

I just want to point out that this is the last 15 minutes of the new DVD by AE911truth "9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out, Full-length, Pre-Release-v1.3"


Thank you