nathaniel heidenheimer wrote:
The truth is I didnt even read what was on the thread, and the guy who was defending he inside job was not very good.
In my view thats not the point.
Leaving aside this thread ( which I can understand if your not feeling like it now) the borader point to me is that we have to go into these forums. There is no other way. I started another thread on 9/11 that was shorter and it got dropped. With bad threads like the long one on there now, it will only reinforce peoples ignorance, because it will be all the more easily dismissible.
I think the 9/11 movement has to go onto these sites, and if they do it in a planned way -- even with a little bit of planning -- it could go a long way.
I just don't agree that the truth will eventually out. The internet has shown that its really good at dividing subgroups AND THIS PREVENTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PUBLIC SPHERE so how will the truth get out. Not all threads are as bad as that one. But NOTHING IS BEING VENTURED by typing on sites like this one. How will anything be gained?
Starting with "How will anything be gained?"
Lurkers, for one. Some people -- like me when I first got started, or the producer of 9/11 Mysteries
when he first got started -- are out there searching for resources that have credible answers. So I have to disagree that nothing is being ventured or gained by posting on a site like TVNL. Sites like this are a beacon in the darkness, and there is something to be gained by focusing on that, I would venture.
On another level, the truth of 9/11 is already
out; the issue is who's hearing
it? Rather than focusing on info-drive-byes at hostile sites, William Rodriguez, for example, gained much more by bypassing the shell of the United States altogether. In one episode of Cristina,
he reached twice as many people as who were watching Oprah
that day -- all outside of the United States.
When I discovered and watched films such as Sicko,
or When the Levees Broke,
and saw for myself how bad truth deprivation in the United States really is, I realized it was not my problem that certain rabid cliques in this country refuse to hear the truth. Some people are just too far gone, and it's not my problem. In the sense that even if 9/11 Truth was on the front page of every newspaper and network in the country tomorrow, there would always be rabid people who didn't believe it. And, believe it or not, I'm at peace with that. Let me focus on what I can do, and the rest is in God's hands. Or, as the saying goes, can a handful of dedicated people change the world? Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.