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Stop Saying ‘9-11 Was an Inside Job’ !

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It has become the standard chant of the 9-11 truth movement. It must change. Here’s why.

First, we must look at some background on this apparent motto of ours. The saying came into being upon the publication of Jim Marrs’s 2004 book Inside Job: Unmasking the 9/11 Conspiracies. Marrs no longer sells this book on his website. His revised 9-11 book is titled The Terror Conspiracy: Deception, 9/11, and the Loss of Liberty.

In addition to the simple fact that the author changed the title of his book, Marrs gives us further reason to pause and reconsider the truth movement’s most visible/audible outward expression. The last pages of Marrs’s newer book provide the explanation for this short article of mine.

Put shortly and succinctly, THEY – “the elite,” or the “secret societies” behind 9/11 – love that this is our motto. And They love the way we chant it disruptively… with the zeal of religious fanatics protesting abortion. It fits Their modus operandi for managing world events. To name the method, Marrs correctly describes the “Hegelian Dialectic.” I quote “The Terror Conspiracy” at length here, from pages 393-395, with some interruption for comment:

Conspiracy researchers were mystified for years how such high-level capitalists as the Morgans, Warburgs, Schiffs and Rockefellers could condone, much less support, the communists who espoused an ideology which overtly threatened their position and wealth.

To understand this seeming dichotomy, indeed to understand how the secret society members operate, we have noted that one must study the philosopher who most greatly influenced these men—the founder of idealism, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.

Coming on the heels of the Age of Reason—the intellectual revolt against the authority of the church—German philosophers Hegel, Johann Gottlieb Fichte and Immanuel Kant inspired future generations with the idea that modern man need not be chained by religious dogma and tradition.

Hegel’s unique theoretical method, known as the ”Hegelian dialectic,” has unfortunately proven to be an exceptional tool for manipulating people and events—that is, when in the hands of ruthless people. Generally it can be said that Hegel identified the universal process by which opposites—which he termed “thesis” and “antithesis”—are always
reconciled in a higher-level compromise or “synthesis.”

Hegel’s dialectic reduced world history and human interaction itself to a simple formula: When one person or group desires one thing (the thesis) around which they organize for power or control, this in turn always evokes a reaction (the antithesis) around which an opposing person or group organizes itself. The confrontation of these two forces moves history forward, as the thesis and antithesis struggle toward a resolution that amounts to a compromise at a new level (the synthesis). This may be achieved through negotiation or some sort of violent battle.

It is this sort of confrontation that must be simulated – the two extremes being young black bloc anarchist types versus white collar conservative flag wavers… anarchists being the public perception of truthers, thanks to our disruptive chanting of “Inside Job” – see Geraldo label the truthers anarchists – “Geraldo Rivera in NYC ambushed…”)

This public perception is only enforced by groups such as We Are Change, who believe GOING TO JAIL is a positive statement. As if their representative behavior can be compared to Thoreau’s “Civil Disobedience” or MLK Jr’s legacy of nonviolent protest – or Mohandas Gandhi’s revolutionary actions. This comparison is made explicitly in Alex Jones’s endorsement found at his site PrisonPlanet.com… which quotes Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange.org.

Alex Jones – a truth movement leader – need I say more? What better example of ANTITHESIS could his arch-enemies “the elite” care to find? This may explain how Jones’s radio program on GCN is an affiliate of Disney-owned ABC!

Watch “9/11: The Road to Tyranny” and “End Game: Blueprint for Global Enslavement” at 911conspiracy.tv. With all the ostentatious bullhorning and confrontational behavior, Alex Jones only acts as an off-putting personality when glanced at by intelligent, sound-minded citizens. Upon considering the money Jones makes doing his show, his movies and his advertising– it’s as if he’s SELLING “9/11 truth.”

The quote continues:

Hegel’s dialectic was a mind-boggling effort and a philosophic problem that has not yet been fully completed—adherents and opponents of Hegel may well continue to philosophize into the next millennium.
It is therefore easy to understand why such a broadly conceived system has been interpreted in so many ways by Hegel’s followers, which have included such opposites as Karl Marx and Adolf Hitler.

The application relevant here is the idea that Western capitalists, along with the Marxist followers of Hegel, created communism on one side (thesis) as a perceived enemy of the democratic nations on the other side
(antithesis). The ensuing conflict produced huge markets for finance and armaments and eventually a general blending of both sides (synthesis). Often during the past 50 years it was said that the USA was becoming more like Russia while they were becoming more like the USA.

The members of secret societies traceable to Cecil Rhodes’ Round Tables and the Illuminati understood the Hegelian dialectic quite well. Indeed, their predecessors had already for centuries cunningly deployed
a version of the dialectic with which to manage events in their selfish interests. These early-day Machiavellis found it was but a small step to the realization that one needn’t wait for the crisis and turmoil that Hegel said would naturally unfold in the normal course of history. Instead, these conflicts could be covertly created and then artificially controlled to one’s own benefit.

No wonder that in modern times we have witnessed the cycles of financial booms and busts, crises and revolutions, wars and threats of war, all of which were engineered behind the scenes to maintain a ”balance of power” in the interests of global elites—the Machiavellians of today.

Social activists and policy-makers alike have learned this both-ends-against-the-middle stratagem well, whether by experience, intuition or study. Demand more than you really need (thesis) from your opposition or employer (antithesis), manipulate the process in your favor wherever possible, and, even after some compromises, you will usually end up with far more than you would have achieved (i.e., the synthesis) than if you had allowed the natural process of the dialectic to unfold unmolested.

“This revolutionary method—the systematic working of thesis vs. antithesis = synthesis—is the key to understanding world history,” declared conspiracy author Texe Marrs.

Russian revolutionaries such as Lenin and Trotsky were being used by the Western elite to get Russia out of World War I, to the benefit of Germany. But at the elite level, communism was being created to stimulate the division of fear and mistrust presented as communism vs. capitalism vs. fascism.

Even Lenin apparently came to understand that he was being manipulated by more powerful forces. ”The state does not function as we desired,” he once wrote. “A man is at the wheel and seems to lead it, but
the car does not drive in the desired direction. lt moves as another force wishes.”

This other “force” were the members of the secret societies that were behind the birth of communism itself “monopoly finance capitalists” as Lenin described them.

In conclusion, let it be put forward as a plea. PLEASE stop using “9/11 Was an Inside Job” as a motto. Stop freaking chanting, please. The baby boomer middle-agers who lived in the 60’s are only reminded of draft card-burning hippies on psychedelic drugs. “Hell no, we won’t go!” … or “Make love, not war.”

psychedelic illusion Truther Hippies

“Kids,” they say.

-Matt Nelson

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Written by Matt

May 3, 2008 at 2:17 pm

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  1. Do you have the original source of this article or did you write it yourself? Looking for a citation for my paper. Thanks! -Lakeisha Gutierrez

    Lakeisha Gutierrez

    January 19, 2011 at 3:42 pm

    • I wrote it. Matt Nelson. Cite away. You are welcome.

      Matt

      January 19, 2011 at 6:17 pm


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