October 10, 2011

Big Lies, Big Banks, And Big Profits: Where 9/11 Truth & Occupy Wall Street Converge

There is a very dangerous and disturbing trend emerging across Occupy Wall Street protests of people speaking with one mind and refusing to tolerate different perspectives about the sources of the economic collapse and the solutions that are needed to fix it. Instead of thinking original thoughts and expanding their mental horizons, protesters are mindlessly repeating the chorus of the committee.

Mike Adams explains why this trend scares him and is a sign of worst things to come in his article, "Zombie training? OWS Atlanta turns into collective hypnosis 'one voice' weirdness."

Mass movements can be easily manipulated by a few authoritarian leaders because of the thoughtlessness of the followers, who are very well meaning, but incredibly stupid. Adams says we all need to be aware of the dangers of collectivist thought and maintain our mental independence and spiritual integrity in these politically volatile times, writing:
Only through the interaction of individual thought -- brought forth by free men and women -- can we truly achieve a brighter future. Those who try to sell you (or hypnotize you) to believe in socialism, communism, Marxism or other "groupthink" solutions are terribly misled and have failed to read (or understand) history. Liberty is the only path to lasting freedom and economic abundance.
I, too, have noticed a creeping herd mentality taking over the public square at various protests, as it has in the corporate media and other spaces of communication. Iraq War Veteran Adam Kokesh has documented this reality up close. He has posted his interviews of Occupy Wall Street protesters, while pointing out their unworkable political beliefs, on his YouTube channel.

Critical issues like the truth about the private Federal Reserve cartel and the false flag 9/11 attacks are not discussed in the General Assembly meetings because of the false popular assumption that raising such controversial issues will dilute the message and reduce the seriousness of their protest against Wall Street.

The public denial of these two unspeakable crimes, the Federal Reserve's looting of America and the cover-up of 9/11, is an eye-popping example of mass stupidity and mass ignorance.

There is a clear connection to be made between the state terrorism on 9/11, the Federal Reserve's reckless money printing, the endless wars in the Middle East, and Wall Street's brazen robbery of the American people. If this important connection is not made by the protesters in the streets then there is no point of raising hell against Wall Street.

Sadly, protesters are mind-numbingly ignorant of the existence of scientific evidence that proves the official 9/11 story is a big lie and too thickheaded to look at the evidence when it is presented to them by 9/11 truth activists.

Their stupid blindness makes them put every non-conformist viewpoint about 9/11 into the "conspiracy theories" bin. Their fear to reject mainstream narratives of history has made them unaware of the coup plotters in Washington who killed President Kennedy in 1963 and killed 3,000 people in 2001 to start a total and endless war on freedom.

The level and scope of treason that is taking place in Washington, at the Federal Reserve, and throughout Corporate America is just too big and scary for a lot of people to deal with. Even so-called "revolutionaries" who think hating Wall Street is radical have trouble coming to the realization that America has been controlled by traitors and mass murderers for decades.

If this Occupy Wall Street movement is serious about changing the course of American history and ending the domination of government by Wall Street then they must embrace the 9/11 truth and justice movement with open arms.

9/11 is not an irrelevant issue. If you're concerned about government corruption, corporate greed, media deception, and Wall Street criminality, then you cannot take your eye off the truth about 9/11. It represents the eye of the coming political storm in America and the West.

That single act of state terrorism led to a three trillion dollar endless war and the economic bankruptcy of America. And that is just the economic fallout. The political response to the attacks by Western governments have dramatically altered our societies and channeled public funds to a vast military-industrial-media complex that makes huge profits by selling fear and lies to the world.

9/11 is also tied to the greed and criminality that defines Wall Street. The big banks on Wall Street have pocketed hundreds of billions of dollars in drug profits since the beginning of the military-industrial complex's occupation of heroin farms in Afghanistan in the fall of 2001. Laundering drug money into the global banking system is big business, and it all started because of the big 9/11 lie.

It is a shame that the reality about 9/11 is kept out of the public conversation that's going on at the Occupy Wall Street protests. Protesters and demonstrators are alienating helpful allies in the struggle against the criminal oligarchy because of their stupidity and closed-mindedness.

Understanding the political significance of 9/11 is the key to reversing the fascist course that America has taken since September 11, 2001. But historical reflection shouldn't begin or stop there.

Going back in time to the Grassy Knoll in Dallas on November 22, 1963, is even more important for America and the world because the assassination of President Kennedy allowed the traitors to laid the groundwork for the secret terrorist state that orchestrated the 9/11 attacks.

The third date that stands out is December 23, 1913, when the Federal Reserve Act was enacted, which granted a private monopoly over the creation of America's money to foreign bankers.

These three dates - 12/23/13, 11/22/63, and 9/11/01 - are very dark dates in American history and world history. The acts of high treason that were committed on those dates have led to the full enslavement of the American people and the complete destruction of America's constitutional republic.

I hope the Occupy Wall Street protesters wake up in time to the reality of the present situation. Staying within the bounds of official history is suicide. If the political manipulation of the reality and history of our times is not resisted then there is no hope of ending government tyranny, corporate corruption, plutocratic greed, and the criminal war on terror.