I have decided on a New Year resolution. I am going to stop beating around the bush (no pun intended) when it comes to the events of 9/11. I have seen enough to know for a fact that the official explanation about 9/11 is a crock and that most of the evidence indicates that it was an inside job.
In the past I have refrained from openly discussing this in some circles because I wanted to avoid getting into uncomfortable social situations. But I have now decided that I am the one who is made to feel uncomfortable when 9/11 is referred to as defined by the official story.
In retrospect I would agree that these are wise words. The more I think about how GZ was when I was up there, the more I agree. Especially now that so many first responders, and their dogs, are dying. The other day I had occasion to bring up 9/11 Truth with a hardcore Republican wing-nut, and I was like, "You haven't heard?"
That was pretty evil I guess, but I presented it as a question of missing evidence and a test of patriotism to not let 3,000 homicides just slide away into oblivion -- not to mention that by the 9/11 Commissioners' own standards, the United States is still not secured against terrorist attack. "You haven't heard?"
And, as you can see, I'm still living; the universe didn't stop. If anything, a seed was planted, that one day will connect in that person's mind when they cross paths with 9/11 Truth again.
And that 9/11 Mysteries
video was a Godsend. What a great reference!
My advice to anyone wondering how to talk about 9/11 Truth is to stand your ground and just keep talking to people. If possible, have URL's on hand, or copies of DVD's if possible. Or get a person's e-mail when they indicate they're interested in learning more and e-mail them the info. And if someone is a good friend and becomes really interested, do what I did, and buy them copies of David Ray Griffin's two books. Whatever makes sense on a case-by-case basis.
But above all, stand your ground. People respect strength ultimately. And the truth has a way of surfacing.