Valley 9/11 Truth presses key questions
To the editor:
I appreciate that the Gazette covered events in our area regarding the 11th anniversary of Sept. 11. I am writing to respond to some accusations that Valley 9/11 Truth is jumping to conclusions, or focusing on someone to blame.
Our focus is mainly on questions and observations of an unprecedented cover-up. We don’t know what actually happened that day. We do know that evidence was removed from the scene of a crime and unprecedented collapses were not investigated properly.
In reality those accepting the “official conspiracy theory” are avoiding the root cause of our current situation: endless war and loss of civil liberties. President Obama, when expanding the war in Afghanistan, said in his speech at West Point: “It’s important to recall why America and our allies were compelled to fight a war in Afghanistan in the first place. We did not ask for this fight. On September 11, 2001, 19 men hijacked four airplanes and used them to murder nearly 3,000 people.”
So President Obama had used the official “theory” to justify expanding war. I agree with those at the Media Education Foundation that even if he was not lying, it would be a bad idea since such violence breeds more violence. Too many innocent people have been killed. However, the traumatic events of 9/11 have affected peoples’ critical thinking. We must fearlessly discern what we should believe from our government and what we should question.
I hope more people watch a new film I produced that seeks to expose the issues of 9/11, President Kennedy’s 1963 assassination, the conspiracy of the secret birth of the Federal Reserve (and how that produced financial incentives for world wars) and more.
To me the key issue is fear versus love. We can look at our fears and deal with our collective reality in a healthier manner. Or we can continue to be misled and misguided by a controlled media and government betraying our Constitution, or put our efforts into a government for, of and by, we, the people.