Prior to the events that transpired on 9/11, “terrorist” attacks were still taking place all over the globe. As a result, national security was increasing, and the fear of a terrorist attack was strong. It wasn’t until 9/11, however, that the idea of an extreme terrorist threat was activated, and a large portion of the world (especially North America) was put into fear/panic mode.
The video below really puts things into perspective, and reminds us of how important it is not to believe everything you hear in the mainstream media, especially when it comes to major global events like 9/11. Multiple events (like 9/11 unfortunately) have served as a tremendous tool that ‘woke up’ millions of people all over the world to what is really happening around the globe.
Not everything is as it seems. In today’s world, for one who is truly interested in learning what is happening, one must investigate far beyond their television and look at multiple sources for information. More people are starting to question what they are told.
Below is a great clip from a movie (see you tube description) that shines some light on the truth about (some) terrorism.
Something To Think About
It’s well documented that Al-Qaeda was the creation of the CIA, and that’s not the only ‘terrorist’ group.’ This information made headlines all over the world a couple of years ago. Think about that for a moment… conflict is always used and in many cases, created, in order to justify the infiltration of countries by major superpowers for ulterior motives.
A majority of people today believe that the 9/11 attacks were created and manufactured by the US government in order to justify (as well as brainwash their own citizenry) the invasion of Iraq and other parts of the Middle East for ulterior motives. Rumors circulated about these ulterior motives being for oil. Other potentials for the invasion might have been to make more advancements/discoveries with black budget projects. You can read more about the black budget HERE.
National security increased tremendously after 9/11, which reminded me of this quote, I think it fits well here:
Credits: Written by Arjun Walia from Collective Evolution where this entry was originally featured.