June 29, 2011
The freaky thing about the false flag attack on 9/11 is that a ready-made script to blame the attacks on radical Islamists was prepared and written years ahead of time.
The false narrative of who did 9/11 and why they did it was so believable because media portrayals of Muslims as terrorists in films and other media created a very powerful effect on how people in the Western world saw the politics of the Middle East and the people who lived there. It was easy for the spin masters in the Bush administration, other elements of the U.S. government, and the Israeli government to implant a false version of reality into the public consciousness on September 11, 2001 because by that point the propaganda war against Muslims and Arabs had already been won.
The rogue forces behind the 9/11 attacks, especially the neoconservatives, launched a coordinated and massive propaganda campaign before 9/11 against Arabs and Muslims in academia, media, and politics to make them look irrational, barbaric, and primitive.
9/11 was an act of self-prophecy by the neocons and the criminals in the rogue governments of the United States and Israel.
Below I list 5 steps of how the masters of reality implanted the fictitious narrative of the 9/11 events into the global popular consciousness.
1. Hire intellectuals in academia and enlist think tanks to invent new enemies, hype the threat posed by foreign regimes to America, construct a fantasy-based belief system, and create an ideological paradigm that will serve the perverted interests and goals of the war establishment in America, and Israel.
Northrop Frye raised a pivotal question in his book ‘Words With Power.’ Frye asked: “What creates an ideology in the first place? Why does social authority rationalize its power in words, instead of simply asserting that it has it, which according to Thrasymachus is all it needs to do?” (1).
The reason why power has to justify itself to the people is because there is a force greater than power – the social instinct for justice. The rulers of the U.S. empire use deception and psychological mind control to protect their ill-gotten power and privileges because if the truth were known about the depth of criminality of the empire then it could not survive as a social, political, and economic system. The rulers of the U.S. empire are not a stabilizing force in the world, but a corrupt and corrosive monster who eat their own people and chews out America’s young soldiers.
The truth is that all national standing armies are obsolete social institutions, not just the U.S. empire. But that is a revolutionary truth so new enemies have to be constantly created to legitimize the U.S. empire, as well as other armies around the world.
Samuel P. Huntington, who acted as a surrogate for the power elite and war establishment, was a hired intellectual. He helped to create a myth of inevitable conflict between Western civilization and Islamic civilization, and wrote a popular book about it in 1996 called ‘The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order.’ Huntington played a key role in establishing a new consensus in Washington in the 1990s that international terrorism and Middle Eastern nations are the new enemies of the U.S. empire.
There was a dark logic at work because the U.S. empire had to find new enemies to justify its gigantic military presence around the world and massive military industry at home. Casting the new enemy as international terrorism gave the evil empire a purpose, and a sense of direction. In the 1990s the empire was lost in the wilderness, bewildered and confused; on September 11, 2001, there was a whole new ball game. New batters were up, the same pitchers were at it again, and the crowd was as large as ever.
But what the crowd isn’t told is that there is only one team playing on the field – the U.S. empire. It has no real enemies. It has no competition. The empire gave itself a self-inflicted wound on 9/11 with the help of Israel, and then cried to the American people “we’re bleeding, radical Jihadists did it, let’s go and kill them!”
Edward Said crushed Huntington’s moronic myth to pieces in this lecture. Said described how there are different strains within any given culture and civilization, and remarked that it is a sign of anti-intellectualism to paint a civilization as monolithic. There are parts of Islamic nations that are barbaric and backward, but the West is even more barbaric and backward because it is ruled by a criminal banking and political class that starts evil wars based on lies, and steals from the people of all nations through usury money lending practices and engineered economic crises.
You can read Said’s criticism of the clash of civilizations myth in my article ‘War on Terror: The Official Grand Narrative Vs. The Counter-Narrative.’ Some other useful information is also included in ‘The War on Terror: A Myth of Conflict Between Islam And The West.’ Another good article you should read is by Tony Cartalucci called Brookings Institute: “Which Path to Persia?”
2. Hire journalists to pump the press with fabricated stories and lies to hype the dangerous new enemy until there is a blanket of disinformation and hysteria over the entire news media, national conversation, and popular culture. The people must be bathed in government lies to the point that anyone who wishes to dry himself with the towels of truth will be looked at as a paranoid conspiracy theorist.
Robert Bonomo has written a terrific article called ‘Banging the Drums of War: Iran and the Neo-cons,’ that illustrates how filthy war rapists such as The New York Times’s Thomas Friedman, The Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol, and The Washington Posts’s Charles Krauthammer cultivate irrational fears in America about countries that pose no threat to the American people and global security. Bonomo writes:
What’s most amazing about the ideological support for an attack on Iran is how we have not even begun to debate how and why we went into Iraq. During the 1970s the United States went through a deep and painful period of introspection regarding Vietnam. Mysteriously, the debate on Iraq has simply morphed into a debate on Iran. Where is the national dispute on how, why, and who is to blame for this deadly, devastating debacle?
For the most part, corporate journalists are whores who work for an enslaved press that treats the public like ignorant trash. If there is a hell for newspapers the New York Times would be there along with Pravda and other official organs of political parties and totalitarian governments.
John Swinton, Chief Editorial Writer of The New York Times between 1860 to 1870, said:
The business of the journalists is to destroy the truth, to lie outright, to pervert, to vilify, to fawn at the feet of Mammon, and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread. You know it and I know it, and what folly is this toasting an independent press?
We are the tools and vassals of rich men behind the scenes. We are the jumping jacks, they pull the strings and we dance. Our talents, our possibilities and our lives are all the property of other men. We are intellectual prostitutes.
If journalists were whores in those days then they are worse than whores today. There is no greater enemy to human freedom and world peace than the corporate and government press in America, Canada, and other Western nations.
That is not hyperbole. That is a fact.
3. Stage a big false flag attack like 9/11. Make it a public ritual and a highly symbolic event that changes the course of history in the direction you want.
There is growing awareness of the fact popular beliefs about historical events and political figures are made. The controllers of the press in the United States and the Western world crafted a narrative about 9/11, international terrorism, and the war on terror that has no basis in fact, but which rationalizes dictatorial policies and criminal invasions of sovereign nations.
David I. Kertzer, a professor at Brown University, wrote in his 1988 book ‘Ritual, Politics, and Power’ that a public ritual such as a state funeral service for a decorated soldier “plays an important political role in bringing about solidarity where consensus is lacking” and “is an important means of influencing people’s ideas about political events, political policies, political systems, and political leaders,” (2). Kertzer adds:
Through ritual , people develop their ideas about what are appropriate political institutions, what are appropriate qualities in political leaders, and how well the world around them measures up to these standards. Political understandings are mediated through symbols, and ritual, as a potent form of symbolic representation, is a valuable tool in our construction of political reality. (3).
The public is denied information and evidence by the press which proves that there is a real history of 9/11 and a politically constructed history. People who don’t believe in the politically constructed narrative are considered crazy and mental lepers, and casted out of society. This impulse to call people “fringe” and deny them the rights of human existence happens in all societies throughout history. It is not an American phenomenon, or a modern phenomenon, but an ancient and a human phenomenon. People don’t like to change their beliefs so they demonize anyone who questions their beliefs. A lot of people would rather die with their political and cultural beliefs intact then change their interpretation of history and of the world.
Kertzer says that we have delusions about how rational we are, and are too confident that our beliefs are true. There is a magic element in history, in politics and power, which can be manipulated by rulers and elites through the staging of emotionally powerful public rituals. Kertzer writes:
By repetitively employing a limited pool of powerful symbols, often associated with emotional fervor, rituals are an important molder of political beliefs. Political reality is defined for us in the first place through ritual, and our beliefs are subsequently reaffirmed through regular collective expression.
But what does all this say about our rational faculties, our ability to think logically and independently, to examine a problem critically and come to a rational conclusion based on an examination of the evidence? Unfortunately, it suggests that this view of our essentially rational nature is hard to defend. As Edelman observed, our most cherished and deeply rooted political beliefs are rarely if ever subjected to debate or critical examination. It is just because they are so deeply held that any sincere debating of their validity is so threatening, for to do so is to recognize implicitly that they may be erroneous. (4).
The 9/11 ritual was powerful and potent. In a flash, a new enemy was created out of thin air, and a new war was born. The Judas goats in the U.S. government and mainstream media sacrificed thousands of innocent people and created a pseudo-reality for the American and global public that allows them to invade innocent countries and murder innocent people in the name of national defense.
4. Get government agents and conspirators behind the 9/11 plot on television news stations immediately after the attacks to blame the enemies who were previously hyped in the press for the deed. Then repeat the official talking points in the press. Don’t allow anyone to question the government’s fictitious narrative about the event. Shout down critics as conspiracy theorists and unpatriotic nutcases.
The clearest example of this was seen on BBC television when former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak was interviewed one hour after the attacks in New York City happened. The evil Barak took over the conversation in a bullish manner and mentioned the name “Bin Laden” as a possible terrorist candidate who was responsible for the attacks without providing any evidence.
Throughout the eight minute long interview Barak name-dropped a list of targets, including several states, that had no role in the attacks. He also said that Western society must become less free to fight the new stateless enemy. Several times he said that the “international community,” led by the United States, Britain, and Israel, must tackle terrorism by attacking rogue states, and then listed Iraq, Libya, Iran, and North Korea. It is clear that Barak was putting out a political narrative and deceiving the public. Other world leaders pushed the same false narrative.
It was the false word of authority, not the sword of a stateless enemy, that brought America and world civilization to its knees on September 11, 2001. President Bush acted as a storyteller and a transmitter of myth, which is the job of modern U.S. presidents. George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama must all have a dual personality because that is what the job demands.
5. Construct a big popular myth about how and why the 9/11 attacks happened and who was responsible. Cast Israel’s enemies and the Empire’s enemies (independent nations like Saddam’s Iraq, Gaddafi’s Libya, Iran, and North Korea) as “evil” and “bad,” and the U.S. empire/Israel as “good” and a “protector of freedom, democracy, international law, and human rights.”
Myths that are created for corrupt political purposes and criminal objectives like the one about 9/11 must be deconstructed and destroyed for the health of human society and the security of all nations.
It is tough in our era to separate history from myth, and truth from lies because of Washington’s policy of state secrecy and cover-up mentality, but it is not impossible. We know 9/11 was an inside job because that is what the scientific evidence and common sense tells us. We are not in the dark about this. Only the fools who believe everything the government tells them like to keep themselves in the dark, but they’re not really in the dark. The 9/11 truth movement has received mainstream exposure. It is not a fringe movement.
There is a difference between myths and accepted myths. Northrop Frye said:
Accepted myths soon cease to function as myths: they are asserted to be historical facts or descriptive accounts of what “really happened,” (5).
The government story of 9/11 is no longer an accepted myth. It is regarded as a big phony lie by millions of people, and several government leaders. This week, Iran is hosting an International Conference on the Global Fight against Terrorism to get at the roots of the crisis.
Although the conference has not received any attention in the corporate-state media in the United States and the West, the rest of the world is beginning to publicly question the fictitious official story which has led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent people, a world war in the Middle East, and a global political crisis.
We are seeing across the world the destruction of a global mythology and the emergence of a historical understanding of the horrific truth about the 9/11 attacks and terrorism in general.
The American people are tasked by history with the greatest responsibility of any people: overthrowing their own empire and its evil mythology. If they don’t bring it down, then the empire will collapse upon them like an elephant falling on ants and destroy millions of lives in the process.
Destroying the myth of 9/11 will be a great defeat against tyranny, but we have to expect massive political and social instability in American society and other societies as well. A fine line must be walked because there is a tightrope, and below it is hell. Total chaos could descend on America if the exposure of what really happened on 9/11 is not done rationally, and constructively. An entire political, legal, social and economic order is being put on trial.
People who say the truth about the 9/11 attacks doesn’t matter don’t know what they are talking about. They don’t have any idea. Government goals and policy prescriptions have been organized around 9/11. America is fighting a global war on terror because of 9/11. The world is looking on as NATO and U.S. troops invade nation after nation because of 9/11. 9/11 revealed the nature of Washington’s hegemonic power and how it is used against the American people.
Frye said that myths play an important social function in society. Myths have “two contexts,” said Frye. “In their structure they resemble other types of story, and so are potentially literary. But in early societies they also develop a social function that we have been calling ideological. They play a leading role in defining a society, in giving it a shared possession of knowledge, or what is assumed to be knowledge, peculiar to it,” (6).
Martin S. Day, author of ‘The Many Meanings of Myth,’ touched on the same theme as Frye, writing that “all myth serves the cause of mental health in communities and in individuals by objectivizing the universal fears and desires of mankind and working these drives to solution,” (7). I think this goes to the heart of 9/11. When we speak the truth about 9/11 and tell people to question the false government narrative of the events we must remember the fact that the human psyche is a very sensitive thing. People’s psyches are threatened when they’re told that their beliefs are false, their leaders are criminal liars, and their government is committing mass murder.
As a species, we are in uncharted territory. The politically crafted 9/11 myth distorted public perceptions for criminal ends and thereby destroyed the American people’s inherent right of self-government, which includes the right to know.
But something historic is happening. Millions of individuals in America and millions more around the world have deleted the fictitious story of 9/11 from their mental software without the aid of the old media (newspapers, television, films, music), which is used as a cultural hardware system by a criminal transnational conspiracy to implant political and social beliefs into the public consciousness. This is an amazing social and political awakening that may lead to fundamental changes in how the world is structured, how people are governed, and how societies make decisions.
What began as a movement to find out the truth of what happened on 9/11 has grown in a short decade into a global consciousness movement that is determined to redefine politics and government forever.
1. Frye, N. Words with Power: Being a Second Study of “The Bible and Literature.” 1990. Pg. 20.
2. Kertzer, D. Ritual, Politics, and Power. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988. Pg. 78-79.
3. Ibid. Pg. 79.
4. Ibid. Pg. 95-96.
5. Frye, N. Words with Power: Being a Second Study of “The Bible and Literature.” 1990. Pg. 34.
6. Ibid. Pg. 31.
7. Day, Martin. The Many Meanings of Myth. 1984. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 1984. Pg. 277.
This article was posted: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 3:02 am