Destroying Bliss – My Meeting With an Old Friend Last Night

I had dinner with a friend that I have not seen for over a year. He works at a music shop and he and his wife really enjoy playing poker at Atlantic City. During dinner we spoke about a lot of things, including lots of poker talk and some things about what I have been doing.

As usual I feared looking like I was insane. Whenever I am with someone who does not have a clue that life is different than they tell you on TV people like me risk looking crazy.

I told him that I have been doing some public speaking about 9/11. We started talking about 9/11. I told him about PNAC and about the drills taking place on 9/11; you know the ones that were simulating hijackings and planes flying into buildings; you know the ones that were run by PNAC members; you know the same PNAC that mentioned a “catastrophic catalyzing event like a new Pearl Harbor” when describing something that would expedite their agenda.
My friend did not say much but he did not seem to doubt my words, especially when I told him that all I was doing was telling him what is on the public record.

His only response to me was a soul searching comment: “ignorance is bliss.”

I hate to be the one to bring this bad news to my friends. I risk alienating my lifelong friends this way but I am torn between keeping friends who are living in and supporting a false reality, or continuing my mission of helping people become informed.

It’s not easy destroying my friends’ imaginary bliss, but if I don’t do it we will never be able to create a real bliss. Think about it!

3 Responses to “Destroying Bliss – My Meeting With an Old Friend Last Night”

  1. tinalouise says:

    I understand your feelings exactly and have taken a few years of strange looks - slowly but surely though, the reactions are changing as the truth slowly pushes through. You do tremendous work and I am very grateful to you. Namaste, Tina Louise

  2. Jesse says:

    Tina Louise,

    Thank you for your kind and supportive words.

    Peace,
    Jesse

  3. atwitsend says:

    HI Jesse, don’t worry you are not the only one that has lost friends to an illusion, but we have picked up many more along the way to reality.
    when ever someone says to me that the press would tell us the truth. I remind them of the cover up of the JFK murder and I ask them. What makes you think that the press has told the truth since Kennedy was assassinated.? after all Jess, everybody knows by now it was a cover up. That is unless they are George H Bush who didn’t know where he was that day.. sure he didn’t HA.

    keep up the great work.
    WE love you.

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