Americans have traveled a long way from a home that was established for them by a handful of brilliant men less than two hundred and fifty years ago. These men struggled together despite major disagreements in order to secure a form of government never before seen among men except paradoxically in the soon to be decimated Iroquois confederacy.
Among these brilliant men was Thomas Jefferson, arguably the brightest as well as the most contradictory and enigmatic. Today we cling to his writings and yearn for freedoms and rights for mankind that he found in his prodigious reading and that he expressed in letters and early Virginia political writings. Those ideas became encoded in the new government’s founding documents.
Located on the continent’s eastern edge, Jefferson’s compatriots were men of property. Emerging Western social philosophies provided ample rationalization to set up a nominally classless system whereby the unexplored new continent would be exploited in such a manner as to yield them and their progeny substantially increased wealth.
The majority of newcomers for more than a century would be slaves, sometimes euphemistically itemized as indentured servants, black slaves from Africa, impoverished immigrants, females and other workers. Non-emancipated and non-propertied non-homesteaders would be vote-less in the new Republic. The founders and certain others would own property that others would work. Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose, and the only thing that has changed today is the breed of our owners.
Man’s nature evolved to meet needs of a progressively rational, civilized and urbanized animal. Encoded attributes advantageous to individual struggles for survival constitute our inherited nature. Survival demands self interest in conjunction with participation in actions undertaken by one’s kin, tribe, clan, or islanders. The will to power and greed are both hard-wired to some degree. However, when those characteristics dominate after individual needs are met effectively we may rightfully define resulting behavior as sociopathic. Such persons own tags of money and power.
As a businessman Jefferson was an abysmal failure. A case can be made for Jefferson not sharing the strong personal vested interests of his compatriots. Monticello was auctioned off following his death but his true legacy is incalculable. Thomas Jefferson’s ghost looms above our Republic’s present guardians. They abhor the sentiments of Jefferson and his mentor, George Mason, that found their way into our Constitution’s Bill of Rights. Above all, they detest our First Amendment’s provision that “Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech …”.
Existing power targets individuals who become significant enough to threaten its positions. It has been that way since Socrates and since the Inquisition. Today we can name examples: Kennedy, King, Wellstone, Zundel, and many others. Look carefully at those who are derided by propagandists who own, manage and control America’s press, TV channels, and Hollywood and who conspire to censor the Internet. They insist that certain persons whom they label “idiots” be ignored. This brings us directly to a man who calls himself Simon Shack.
While others debate instrumental questions about 9/11, the watershed event of our age, few address the huge fundamental issue raised by Shack and his associates in Clues Forum. That methodical six year analysis of 9/11 obliges us to face squarely the possibility of sweeping media complicity. If Simon Shack is correct his analysis proves that we live today in a world of corporately crafted fantasy, a pathological world of hoaxes and fears and wars and lies controlled by persons owning tags of money and power.
Unlimited anti-social greed and mendacity of banks and other corporations, the hubs of modern economic society in a world controlled by their media cartel, lie at the very heart of Shack’s revelations. Should that key issue be documented and publicly exposed, the structure of such a world would need to be denounced and overturned. Exposing their methods would not necessarily remove them. It would definitely oblige them to be more accountable to the rest of the human race. Today, unfortunately, they conclude that Simon Shack must be discredited no matter how much it costs.
All mankind thrives better in a world of truth, compassion, peace, cooperation, and love. Simon Shack’s work, which I considered to be preposterous at first glance, requires serious consideration. Reading hundreds of pages of analysis can be daunting. An outline or 9/11 Tour Guide representing six years work can be found online.
If one enters into Google just 3 keywords: 911 MEDIA HOAX, it does appear that the 911 cat is out of the bag. Pay close attention to those persons who are trivialized, smeared, and muzzled and you will find those most feared by the powers of the world in which we live.
Posted by Stewart Ogilby on January 22, 2014, With 0 Reads, Filed under 9/11. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.