Friday, January 16, 2009

FBI Helps Fight Cynicism Regarding a New 9/11 Investigation

At the risk of boring you with an old saying, I do think that if I had a nickle for every time someone told me that we will never get a real 9/11 investigation, I'd be a rich man. Well, maybe not, since today's dollar is 3 to 4 cents of its 1913 value, but I digress and you get the point. It's not that I don't understand their cynicism concerning a new investigation, I do. Shortly before his death last year, comedian George Carlin summed it up best when he stated...

"They don't investigate themselves in this country - it would be a whitewash, it would be like the Kennedy thing, it would be like everything."

While this statement may turn out to be true, it doesn't have to be a self-fulfilling prophecy either. This brings me to another thing I often hear from people on the other side of this issue, it usually goes something like this...

"There is no way they could get away with such a thing, it's just too big, blah, blah, blah, etc. etc."...

So, let's do an equation...

Cynicism = apathy, (This isn't always the case, but there is another old adage about cynicism breeding apathy, so I rest my case.) and cognitive dissonance = denial, which in the end is the same sum total of apathy, nothing changing! So, cynicism + cognitive dissonance = status quo.

So, I suggest to you that if there was government complicity in 9/11, rogue, or otherwise, they did a similar equation to this and knew that no matter what you thought, their bases were covered. Throw in the 4th branch of the government, AKA the media, and the only thing that could make them lose any sleep is old Jiminy Cricket, but they would have killed that little green bastard years ago!

Now consider this, if you asked a cynic about this issue whether they thought that a letter to FBI Director Robert S. Mueller would yield any positive results, what would they tell you? I'm guessing the common consensus would be that such a letter would result in a form letter response. I must admit, I can't say I'd be much more hopeful myself, but true cynicism would never allow the letter to be sent in the first place.

However, when Harold Saive the founder of recently wrote Mr. Mueller a letter referencing the work of Richard Gage, the founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, he received an interesting response. Mueller did not personally respond, however Michael J. Heimbach the Assistant Director of the FBI's Counterterrorism Division did. Heimbach stated that, "Mr. Gage presents an interesting theory, backed by thorough research and analysis," after which he promised that case agents would investigate further and make an unbiased decision. Further stating that, Mr. Saive's, "observations and concerns have not gone unheeded."

So, ask yourself, why didn't Michael J. Heimbach send a form letter back in response? Well, I may be going out on a limb here, but I think it just might be that "Mr. Gage presents an interesting theory, backed by thorough research and analysis!" Of course the "debunkers" disagee, they think that "Gage really is no different from David Ray Griffin, a popularizer of other people's "work" who contributes little (beyond that "AIA" after his name)".

I'm actually gonna have to go with the FBI on this one.

So, in conclusion, don't give into cynicism, use the resources below and get involved! - Now What? GET INVOLVED - What You Can Do
NYC 9/11 Ballot Initiative
Citizens' Action: 9/11 Petitions
The Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth Petition
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth - Action Items
Take a Stand for 9/11 Truth
Hitting the Streets With 9/11 Truth
Get Free Copies of the Rock Creek Free Press for Your 9/11 Truth Group
Meet The Truthers
We Are Change Indy Action Center
Peace Action
FealGood Foundation


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