Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11?


Part 18: American Exceptionalism and Nationalist Faith

[T]hey had better not publish anything that challenges the idea that America is fundamentally good, the exceptional nation, because this is the one religious belief that cannot be challenged." — David Ray Griffin


By Frances T. Shure

Editor's Note: Frances Shure, M.A., L.P.C., has performed an in-depth analysis addressing a key issue of our time: "Why Do Good People Become Silent — or Worse — About 9/11?" The resulting essay, being presented here as a series, is a synthesis of both academic research and clinical observations.

In addressing the question in the title of this essay, the May 2015 segment, The False Self and Excessive Identification with the U.S.A., drew from developmental psychology, explaining that all of us reside somewhere on a continuum from a fully authentic self to a completely false self. If a person has a prominent false self, and if this self-image includes a strong identification with America as a country of unequivocal goodness, then the evidence presented by 9/11 skeptics demonstrating that the official story of 9/11 cannot be true will seriously challenge that self-image. For this reason, these people may never be able to accept new information about 9/11, no matter how convincing the evidence.

Here, in the June 2015 installment, we continue Ms. Shure's analysis with Part 18: American Exceptionalism and Nationalist Faith.

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