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Even Mainstream Media Has Valid Points Sometimes

This blog is very long. I apologize but it’s the most important point, in my opinion, to make for us 9/11 Truthers. I know the media is controlled, but I found a really good speech on Bush's use of the deaths of 3000 people for his political agenda.

The quote comes from MSNBC. Obviously, part of Ollberman’s argument is Clinton good, Bush bad, but just listen to what he says. Everybody, EVERYBODY, no matter how corrupt or evil they are, always has at least one idea that makes us think as long as we take off our angry hatred sunglasses. For example, Hitler said, “The bigger the lie, the more people will believe it.” One of America’s biggest weaknesses is our inability to LEARN from our enemies. Yes, we all know they are bad, but don’t shut them out. Listen to what they are saying. If it’s bad, shoot it down. But if it’s correct, no matter how they used their correct statement to perpetrate evil, learn from it. Another example of this happened to me personally at Ground Zero on 9/11/06. I saw a rescue worker challenging in a very heated way, the 9/11 Truth Movement. Boy, was he pissed, yelling, cussing, and screaming and a truther was doing his best to convince him, yet to no avail. HOWEVER, when the truther mentioned Larry Silverstein’s PULL IT quote, the skeptic said, “He’s another asshole.” I immediately jumped in and said, well if you both agree that Larry’s an asshole, why are you two arguing? You two are agreeing on something and both of you don’t even realize it. Why don’t you go on that agreement and build from there?” He didn’t have anything else to scream and walked away as soon as I said that. Folks, my point is that yes, these people are pissed at us for suggesting that 9/11 was an inside job. We are pissed too…OUR COUNTRY WAS ATTACKED! But just because we disagree with someone on why 911 occurred does not justify ANY of us in the Movement to shun the skeptics away, especially those who were there that horrible day rescuing people. Whenever you come across a skeptic, no matter how many times they cuss, spit, yell, and threaten violence, we truthers MUST NOT LOSE OUR COOL. Show them respect for voicing their first Amendment right just as we ask those same people to do to us. Don’t make us out to be hypocrites because as soon that happens, we lose credibility and without credibility, our message, no matter how convincing our evidence is, is F**KED. I had a 9/11 firefighter screaming and spitting in my face about how I was a kook, and I never once raised my voice, cussed him, or pointed a finger in his face because disrespect only breeds more disrespect. He did plenty of that for both of us so I let him hit me with it and he came down hard on me. He was actually going to listen to a few quotes I had with me on my laptop, until a cop got confused, thinking we were going to fight, and made us walk separate ways. These people are pissed just as we are that our country was attacked and most are just in denial to the truth. This firefighter wanted to hear my quotes and was sticking the earphone in his ear to listen when the cop broke us up. The right there tells me that most of these skeptics WANTS US TO CONVINCE THEM THAT 9/11 was an inside job. And I’m positive I could’ve convinced this man had the cop not broken it up. But before we split, I made it my responsibility to stick my hand out to this firefighter, shake his hand, and thank him for his opinion and his heroism on 9/11. The bottom line here is that we need to convince as many people as possible of the truth and the ONLY way that we can be 100% effective is to take what they dish out to us, ignore it, keep our mind on business, NOT EMOTION, and most importantly, ESTABLISH COMMON GROUND with skeptics and build from there. You’ll find that most, not all, but MOST of these skeptics will respond a lot better when we truthers show them respect. They are Americans too. Their country was attacked too. And they have a right to be just as angry as we do even if we disagree with why they are angry. Being a speech major in college, I learned that anger is a SECONDARY emotion that begins with fear. The human psyche has two primary emotions, LOVE and FEAR, Remember what George Humphreys said, the guy who made the movie 9/11: The Great Illusion? All the others human emotions, including anger, are SECONDARY. That’s where racism comes from. People hate because they fear other people are going to harm them, physically or emotionally. Everybody, no matter how evil or good they are has something we all can learn from. That why I think you should listen to this MSNBC quote before it’s taken down. It is our patriotic responsibility as 911 truthers to hear them out, establish common ground, and then go from there trying to convince people of the truth. The TV always does a good job of dividing us, rather than focusing on our similarities. We all have similar silly and funny things about us in common. To quote George Carlin: