Who Should We Trust?

I received a great question by email today:

"[In the last couple of weeks,] the whole 911 truth movement seems to have gone to the dogs; everyone is attacking everyone else and calling them names. How to know the genuine article from the counterfeit?"

Indeed, many people are calling other people disinformation agents, or untrustworthy. How can we figure out who to trust and who not to trust?

I don't have any definitive answers. But my initial thought is that we should ask a couple of questions about someone, which will help us determine whether or not they are trustworthy.

Are they Putting Things in Context?

First, ask whether the person is helping to put 9/11 in historical context. For example, are they educating people about the history of false flag terror in Western countries? If you don't know what "false flag" means, start here.

Brzezinski, PNAC and the Bush administration are all important topics also. However, in my opinion, they are solely recent manifestations of the ancient history of false flag terror, which goes all the way back to ancient Rome. Educating people about the big picture concept of false flag terror is key.