Can you tell fact from fiction?

What makes for a “conspiracy theory”? At this stage of the game the ability to ask real, hard and sometimes uncomfortable questions could be the difference between this country’s surviving, or assuming its place in the dustbin of history. Let’s start by asking some of those difficult questions, because I contend that the mere idea of this is so earth-shattering that there exists no need to even go into detail about the consequences of what we could possibly be facing as a nation.

The 9/11 conspiracy
The official account of the awful events of 9/11 is, by very definition, a conspiracy theory: 19 hijackers inspired by a man on dialysis and hidden in a cave fortress with a laptop and satellite phone halfway across the world managed to pull off the most horrific attack on American soil since the founding of our country. They somehow managed to compel NORAD to stand down, and steer the fighter jets protecting the U.S. Eastern Seaboard 180 miles in the wrong direction. They were able to override the known laws of physics and turn three steel-framed sky scrapers into dust in New York City using two aluminum commercial passenger jets. But I digress.

Space is lacking in this entire article to try to cover everything pertaining to the events of September 11th, 2001. Few are likely aware that many of the 9/11 Commission members themselves admitted that the entire investigation of 9/11 was designed to fail. In addition to that, every official agency that was involved in the “investigation” was a government agency — an obvious conflict of interest. Now, many people who have reviewed the claims of the 9/11 Truth movement, as it has come to be termed, assert that the magazine Popular Mechanics has adequately debunked “9/11 conspiracies.” In 2005, PM assembled a team of nine reporters and researchers to attempt to refute sixteen particular claims of the movement of skeptics. This group, along with PM editors James Meigs and David Dunbar deconstructed the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) report, which serves as the sanctioned federal government explanation of the physics involved in the tragic events of the day. They claim to have conferred with 70 experts, but to this day it’s extremely difficult to find a recognized expert who will put their reputation on the line by publicly agreeing with the “official story,” yet thousands of experts including architects, engineers, aircraft pilots, cops, and firefighters, and whistle blowers from military brass to high level government bureaucrats and employees have spoken out to contradict what we are expected to believe about the attacks. Everything I just summed up concerning what we were told had happened on 9/11 meets the definition of a “conspiracy theory,” and actually one of epic proportions, rivaling those of cheap science fiction novels.

Rights in remnant status
“Dissent is the highest form of patriotism,” at least that is how Thomas Jefferson felt, and it seems we have drifted quite far from that, where now you are singled out as some kind of nut, some kind of crazy “conspiracy theorist” for simply asking questions, no matter how legitimate. You’re made to feel un-American if you even entertain the idea that the U.S. government can willfully — or accidentally — do something wrong.

I know a lot of you might think I’m being overly dramatic, so let me try to put it another way. Freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to assemble, and all of the rights we inherited just by being born, the rights that were the cornerstone of America are now in remnant status.

If you are an American who cares about your rights, having fair elections, maintaining a free nation, then there is precious little time and I don’t have the answers, but I do know right and wrong and pretending this isn’t a major problem is dead wrong. The best I can do is to endeavor to inform as many people as possible and to figure out some solutions.

So, if we don’t have fair elections — and we don’t, as it’s now been proven — with the fraud aided and abetted by a complicit media that allows all of this and helps perpetuate these lies, then who and what can we believe anymore? Why shouldn’t we be asking ourselves some of the toughest questions to be asked in human history? Most importantly, what are you going to do if just some of what I said proves true?

  • Anthony Antonello
  • Following six years in the military, and much time as a medic and firefighter, Anthony Antonello has witnessed the ups and downs in life. From spending time fighting for the United States military, to the everyday horror covered on the local news, Antonello was there, witnessing events most only see from the comfort of their homes on a TV screen.Not allowing those images to simply absorb in the noise of the mainstream media, there was only one thing left to do for the man from Northeastern Pennsylvania: become politically active. Antonello now travels the country, covering stories and events to show people firsthand what the mainstream media refuse to show —and asking questions the mainstream media refuse to ask using whatever means possible to get people thinking.

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