9/11: The Day History Went Dark, And The World Went Crazy
September 18, 2011
“It’s not what you know or what you think, it’s how you think and how you know what you know. It’s about the construction of knowledge.” – Christopher Hitchens. This quote is from a discussion on the state of the media in 1997 that Hitchens participated in along with Bill Moyers and others. Watch the discussion (the comment is made at 10:08 – 10:15).
“God save us from labels.” – Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan. This quote is featured in Hendrik Hertzberg’s New Yorker article, “Politics and Prose: The letters of Daniel Patrick Moynihan.”
The cover-up of the false flag 9/11 attacks cannot be explained simply by a coordinated censorship operation that reaches across many media organizations, cultural institutions and governments. Culture is more complicated. There are a number of reasons which can illuminate why societal myths have a long life span, like the one about 9/11.
To begin with, the state and media censorship about 9/11 hasn’t been effective, mainly because of the internet, talk radio, citizen documentaries, alternative media, and new media technology.
Over the years, almost everyone has come in contact with various alternative theories about how and why the attacks happened, with the most coherent and popular explanation being that the shadow governments of America and Israel orchestrated the controlled demolition of the twin towers along with Building 7.
The CIA can censor the nitty-gritty details of the government’s prosecution of the war on terror, and they can control free speech to a great extent, but even with all their resources they can’t hide a ten thousand pound elephant in the room.