Putting 9/11 Truth in broad political context, from a conservative Republican's perspective

The 9/11 Truth Movement is a novel creature. Born by inevitable reactive consequence from back-room treason, which was itself nurtured by our own longstanding political complacency, which again in turn masked an underlying sense of helplessness, which yet again in turn was, I believe, scientifically inculcated within us over decades by practitioners of Bernays' cynical manipulativeness (and which can be traced back still further, by the serious historian), it is at once both a grim and desperate challenge as well as a unique opportunity to radically alter our country's destiny. More about that later. For now, let's look at where we've gotten so far.

The story of the 9/11 Truth Movement thus far (March 2007, as I write this) is largely, though not entirely, a story taking place on the left side of the political divide. So let's look there first.