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Not a truther

9/11 Truth.

Many people say that they want 9/11 truth, but I think the truth is that many people can not truly handle 9/11 truth.

I don’t consider myself a truther in the traditional sense. I do believe much like Operation Northwoods that 9/11 was planned and carried out by internal forces. That’s where it ends for me. If people want to believe it, good for them, if not good for them. I do not need or care if people believe the truth, cause quite frankly I don’t believe most people can truly handle the truth.

I support 9/11 truthers. I wish them the best, if they find any new evidence, then I try to post it, but this is not a real issue for me, and in that sense I don’t consider myself a truther.

I do consider real truthers to be brave, I share and understand the frustration of trying to uncover a conspiracy of vast portions. Trying to prove that people are being placed under investigations, on lists, and followed by informants has been no easy task these last four years.

I think 9/11 truthers are brave. I have heard about the questionable deaths, about 23 year olds dying of heart attacks. They have a very challenging road, and I don’t envy them their cause. I believe people being Gang Stalked, meaning followed around by informants and placed under investigations, gaslighted, and on lists will be proven. 9/11 I am not so sure about.

For 9/11 to be proven I very much believe that the momentum must keep going. This week the truthers are being tested. People are trying to link them to holocaust denial, they did this with climate skeptics as well. They are trying to link them as a dangerous conspiracy, anyone believing in it needs to be watched and on and on it goes. If anything however the shooting this week near the pentagon, just shows the need to have the investigation re-opened. It shows that people still have many unanswered questions, and that by mocking them, turning them into terrorist, and stifling their unanswered questions, you do them and society no good. It just goes to show that this issue is not going away. People want truth on this topic. To settle for anything less is deeply disrespectful to the dead and those dying from 9/11 complications. To heal the psyche of the American Nation, the truth must be uncovered, but when and if it is, can and will you be ready to handle the truth?

Before you can have the truth, you must be prepared to deal with all the consequences that truth can bring. For me I knew that there was something happening. I realised I was being followed while out in public. I tested and verified that I was under surveillance. I knew the people around me were involved, and not telling me the truth. I was left out of something vital, and it was horrifying emotionally. It came to the stage where not knowing the truth, was worst than knowing the truth. I prayed and surrendered myself to a higher power, and just said that I needed the truth, and no matter what it was, I could accept it.  I had to get myself into that state of readiness first, or else, I don’t believe the truth would have come, and it would have been more years of knowing something was going on, and not knowing what.

To have truth, you must be in a state where you can handle truth. Is America ready for this? Many think they are, I disagree. Think about the real consequences, and ask yourself again if you can handle the truth.

Can you accept that Democratic countries went to two wars, based on lies?

Killed over a million Iraqi’s?

Raped and murdered woman and children?

That your own citizens were killed in a government plot to go to war, just like Operation Northwoods, but 40-50 years later.

Are you really ready to handle the betrayal?

Are you truly ready for the emotional pain that would cause? I mean really raw emotional pain?

Are you ready for how that would change your view of yourselves as hero’s of the world to villains?

Are you ready for all the consequences that have come due to 9/11. The prison/concentration camps of innocent men and woman, who did nothing to America?

The solders raped, the ones who died for nothing, who committed suicide fighting an unjust war?

Do you honestly think you are ready for all that? I don’t think you are. I don’t think you can handle the truth, and thus why I don’t consider myself a truther. I believe that the above is the truth, but I leave it to braver men and women than myself to try to convince you of such.

I don’t care if you ever come to believe the truth, I don’t think you can handle it, I don’t want to see the emotional pain it would cause you. I have been there myself in discovering the truth about what governments are capable of, and it takes years to come to the point of acceptance. This does not happen overnight.

Americans think so well of themselves, see themselves as patriotic, proud. Could you really handle the truth of that, if the truth was that your government, your parent figure did something so bad, to your fellow brothers, sisters, countrymen? I don’t think so.

I think Americans are good people, they want to believe the best about the government, that it will protect them and look after them. I don’t think they are gullible, yet I see them getting played, the way Hal Turner played people, time and time again.

With all my heart and I am being as honest as I can be. I don’t think you can handle the truth. I don’t think anyone who knows the truth about 9/11 has any real incentive to come forward. You don’t generally protect whistle-blowers, and there is hardly a person on earth who could truly protect a real 9/11 whistle-blower.

Just like people lie and keep quite about the informant network used to follow Targeted Individuals around, I don’t see any need for 9/11 whistle-blowers to do anything less to protect themselves.

That’s why I don’t consider myself a truther, but I do believe that 9/11 was deliberate, but I just don’t care if others can handle the truth, just as long as I can. Sometimes personal truth is as good as it gets.

Maybe someday in some far away land, the psyche of the American people will be far enough removed that they will see and understand that the actions of their governments, is not, I repeat not something that they are, or were responsible for. Maybe then truth  of this horrible time that has past, can finally come to light, but until then I don’t think that you can handle the truth.

So feel free to jump on this post, at a time when others are hiding in the sand, I still say, you did it. I don’t care if anyone else believes, or knows the truth, personal truth on this one will suffice for me. That is why I don’t consider myself a truther.

March 7, 2010 Posted by | 9/11, Abu Ghraib, Conspiracy, Gang Stalking, government corruption | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

America does not torture?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/5395830/Abu-Ghraib-abuse-photos-show-rape.html

[quote]Abu Ghraib abuse photos ‘show rape’
Photographs of alleged prisoner abuse which Barack Obama is attempting to censor include images of apparent rape and sexual abuse, it has emerged.
 
At least one picture shows an American soldier apparently raping a female prisoner while another is said to show a male translator raping a male detainee.[/quote]
This article is very important. The reason it’s important is in part because it shows what happened in Abu Ghraid and in part confirms what many of already knew about the allegations of rape. There have been allegations of rape for men, women, and children. Some sites a few years back showed video of rapes, though some videos may have been false, many others are believed to have been real. This has been a disgusting and disgraceful time in American history and it’s a time I am sure many would like to forget and sweep under the rug, but if you do that, doesn’t that make you just as monstrous as Germany when they tried to cover up a lot of the Atrocities after WWII? They lied about a lot of what had happened and tried to cover it up.

I watched Obama stand before a group of Congress and declare that America does not torture.

http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/N24444553.htm

[quote]
“Living our values doesn’t make us weaker, it makes us safer and it makes us stronger. And that is why I can stand here tonight and say without exception or equivocation that the United States of America does not torture,” Obama said.
[/quote]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8r23oHpgMJg

I watched them stand up and clap in regards to this speech. I think most people like and respect Obama, but to say that just hit me. When I saw the speech I was thinking does he mean right this moment as he is saying it? Does he mean they have never tortured? I couldn’t help but think about all the Targeted Individuals men, women and children that were getting burnt in their homes on a daily basis. Who are being tortured in America and other nations. I could not help but think about what I knew about the prison Camps Abu Ghraid and Guantanamo Bay. About the pictures I had seen and some of the things that had gone on their, but here was this President, someone who America listens to and I think trusts, saying that America does not torture. How do you reconcile that? I know most countries would rather keep their dark deeds hidden, it’s the nature of the beast. It took many years for them to even admit to and then finally apologize for other dark times in American history such as the Tuskegee experiments that they conducted on Black men in the south, but eventually they did apologise.

Living your values makes safer and stronger, but apparently those values involve living in a state of denial and I don’t see how that can make anyone stronger. I think it would make you far stronger to step up to the plate as a nation admit fully what had happened, no holds barred and then apologise for it, and then let the nation start the healing process. Saying that there will be no torture under your administration does not change the past, and failing the victims, and not letting their abuse and tortures be known, still hurts and I daresay tortures them on a psychological level, the same way not dealing with slavery affected the America psyche for years down the line.

Germany is in many ways just now starting to recover from their Hitler time and have pride and love again for what Germany was, I just saw and article about that and I think it’s good, because they have finally dealt with and acknowledged some of what happened during that time period. What would the world be like in America now if people denied Slavery happened or said that it was not that bad? Well many Americans are still psychologically grappling with the legacy that left behind and when people try to brush it under the carpet, some get upset and offended, well is denying or not fully confronting the events of the last several years any better? Isn’t it just as offensive to deny the extent to which torture happened? To try to brush it under the carpet?

I think America needs to heal for what happened, but I don’t think America will heal by underplaying and denying what when on, just like slavery or any of your other dark past, you have to find a way as a nation to step up to the plate, take ownership and acknowledge what happened,  then apologize and only then can you truly start to heal as a nation.

Most would like to forget what happened, but I don’t think that will make you stronger or better in the long run, it’s not a healing or a healthy mentality to have. After 9-11 you felt hurt, violated and so you lashed back, even though Iraq was not the enemy, you did what you thought would make you feel safe, but in the end violations were committed, grievous violations and to heal, that has to at some point in the American psyche has to be dealt with.

May 29, 2009 Posted by | 9/11, Abu Ghraib, Abuse, Active denial, Torture | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

To the victor.

How will history view this time? To the victor goes the spoils, and apparently their version of history. I am wondering how this time period will be written? I watched Rosie Odonnell get dissed yesterday because she spoke the truth. I always grew up thinking that we were the good guys, the democratic ones. However now I see our western society on the brink of yet another war. I have to wonder if this is how the German people felt as Hitler invaded country after country? I have seen two wars in recent times. One that was definitely not necessary, and which caused the destruction of 10’s of thousands of lives and a country. A country that held riches that were coveted, by a greedy malignant hunger that needs to be fed. A war called unjust by some and illegal by others like the UN, and yet the aggression continues.

In the last war we had Hitler, Mussolini, Hirohito on the one hand, and now we have the US, UK and allies on the other. We just went out of our way to try to provoke a war that can and will have dire consequences if it happens and yet the aggression continues. Purposely Provoked by war-hungry trouble makers. Yet we are silent. How will history remember this time? The same as now. For now there are voices who would stand up in opposition to this, and say that it is wrong, while there are other who will see it as duly justified and necessary.

How will history remember this time? The same as now. To the victor will go the spoils, and the writing of the history books. History is not necessarily about the truth. It’s about power and conquest, with little bits of truth shining through here and there. Most people seem to have trouble understanding that there is a difference between loyalty and mindless conformity. You can be loyal to a person or a place without mindless conformity, or not going along with every dictate issued and that’s what most people are doing. Individuality and independent thought are not taught in the schools. All they are teaching the children are to be mindless conformists, who are not capable of independent thoughts or actions. They teach them to learn to follow orders and obey. These are not the traits that made up our many and more memorable leaders of the past. They were people who could think independently. They could strategies. They could perform the most complex of mathematical equations, and create new mysteries or schools of thought. They were creators not destroyers. They could think and they were charismatic inside and out. Don’t get me wrong, history also has many great fools that pass for leaders when better people were not available, or could not be called forth, but I like to think that the truly remarkable ones, the ones that we remember most, had something special and unique.

How will history remember us? To the victor will go the spoils.

April 3, 2007 Posted by | 9/11, Abu Ghraib, concentration camps, Cultural diversity and multiculturalism, discrimination, Guantanamo Bay, harassment, Iraq, Laws, New World Order, NWO, politicians, Politics, society | Leave a comment

Can you keep a secret? Everyone else can.

Can you keep a secret?

Of course you can. If you can have hundreds of thousands of people taking part in some Stasi like State program and keeping their mouths shut, then you can get people to keep quite about just about anything.

People always say that if 9-11 happened and it was done by the US government, someone would have said something or it would have been in the papers, but why would it be?

I have been here in the world for awhile, and did I know anything about these suburban spy programs? No. You have millions of people in these types of programs around the world, keeping the secret, so then why does anyone think someone would spill the beans about 9/11 if they knew?

Compared to 9/11 these spy programs are small fry. If people can keep their mouths shut about these programs, then the trusted ones who would have been let in on the 9/11 secret, would keep that a secret for sure.

I mean if peoples friends, family, etc can all be made to keep their mouths shut for fear of the state over something like a community spy program, then you bet your assets they can be made to keep quite about 9/11, same with our media, etc.

The only thing you can do about 9/11 is take a look at the inconsequential of that time period, that add up to a big consequential, like who cancelled flights, who’s flights left days earlier than planned to avoid flying on 9/11

An aeroplane fire is allegedly strong enough and destructive enough to destroy all the people on board, take down 3 buildings, but the wreckage from that leaves the passport of the sleeper terrorist agents in tack? Yeah I like fairy tales as much as the next person, but even I would have to ask some questions about this fairy tale, and the crappy ending that went with it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gingerbread_(Buffy_episode)

These same supposed terrorists who allegedly knew they were not coming back, still packed suitcases, that they left in parked cars for people to conviently find.

People can be lied to, but only if they want to be. I knew there was something going on, I knew that everyone around me were taking part in something. I thought it was something simple, I never dreamed something like this could be going on in the world, much less in my world, and happening to me, but it was. I could never have believed that so many people could keep their mouths shut about something so relevant and encompassing, that was important for me to know, for so long but they did, remorselessly.

It was my own need and perseverance and desire to learn the truth that finally lead me to a place where I have some of the facts about the unbelievable stuff that was happening in my life, that so many people knew about but me. I knew I would have to prepare myself for some betrayal when the truth finally came out, how much I never knew.

If you want to know the truth, you can find it, but be prepared to be hurt, and to feel betrayed, and you might not like what you find, but no one ever said the truth would be pretty. Ever hear that saying, the truth will set you free, but first it will make you miserable. Well the truth is, it might set you free, but it might continue to make you miserable.

People can keep secrets, don’t fool yourselves, and sometimes it’s the people you think you should be able to trust the most, those are the ones that betray you, but you know what if you can deal with that and get past it, the truth is there in all it’s refined glory.

Can you keep a secret? Everyone else sure can. If you want the truth about anything, you are going to have to go and find it out for yourself, and many people are not going to make it easy for you. It can be done though.

March 29, 2007 Posted by | 9/11, Abu Ghraib, concentration camps, Cultural diversity and multiculturalism, discrimination, Gang Stalking, Guantanamo Bay, harassment, High technology, Iraq, Laws, metropolitan police, mobbing, New World Order, NWO, Online Stalking, Police Abuse, politicians, Politics, Red Squads, Snitches, society, Stalking | 3 Comments

The Truth, but their version.

Some of the truth must be getting close to coming out.

I say that because the government would never have allowed the following radio show to get through, so they allowed this to get on the air, with them still fully at the helm. http://www.multistalkervictims.org/other/audio/syrett1.mp3

It’s a victory in some ways, and a deception in others. I realise that this is what they consistently do, they will only allow their version of the truth out when the time comes, with them still fully at the helm.

Most targets will never understand the difference. The few like Mark M. Rich who have not been heard from for some time who did will probably not be doing the speaking engagements.

The truth is so much stranger than fiction. I don’t know how long this has been going on, in my life I can guess, in the lives of others I have no idea.

I woke up to a world a few months back, where neighbours, family, co-workers, friends, were all aware of and taking part in the unspeakable. Where everyone around me knew something that pertained to my life, and my well being but me.

Where people that I should have been able to trust were the very ones that were betraying me, and knowingly or unknowingly helping in what could have been my destruction.

I have been trying like most to understand not only what is happening, how long it’s been happening, but how it could be happening. How can so many people be taking part in something like this and no whistles getting blown, no one coming forward to grab that Pulitzer prize winning story.

Just like Germany of WWII, there were stories of what was happening to the Jews making there way out, there were stories of the Camps and what was really going on at the camps, but people either did not want to hear, believe or care.

I have read some history accounts that say that the many of the German people thought that this was a good time in history for them. I guess to the stage where Hitler restored the country after the devastation that had happened to it after WWI, I guess to that extent it was.

The rest has always been hard to fathom or imagine. I always asked the why, and the hows. I could never understand how people could sit back and allow such things to happen.

However if I think about it in another context. I am in a country that recently realised that the human rights of prisoners being held on security certificates were wrong and that imprisoning people without charges was a human rights violation. I for months, when I finally did clue into the fact that this was happening, still did nothing. I mean outside of contemplation of signing the petitions, I was not outside of the jails with my signs in hand.

I have also sat back and watched America hold two concentration camps, where thousands of peoples rights have been violated, I have watched this in an almost sleep like state for the last 5 years, not fully understanding the true meaning of this till now. I think my own experience has allowed me to understand this better, but not as fully as I would like.

I know that over the last eight years or so, I have spent a great deal of time focused on how to stop the harassment in my own life, I know that is has distracted me enough so that this has been a primary focus, so much so to the often exclusion of other things happening in my own life and the lives of others, so much so that it even distracted me to what the truth of my own circumstances were.

This whole thing has given me a lot of perspective and made me ask a lot of questions about my own actions. Why am I not writing to the UN about the prison camps and asking them to provide sanctions until the prisoners are either charged with something or at least given the right to see a lawyer, till at least democracy is practiced in word and deed?

Why am I not out at rallies and protests, condemning the things that are happening and that have been happening? I mean outside of the online protests, there has not really been a whole lot of other protesting. Why was I not more fully aware of the full truth of what was happening to the homeless, or the poor? Why was I just not a lot more informed or aware? Why was I not making their issues my issues?

Don’t get me wrong, I have always been a cause person, but most of my efforts focus on the suffering of the innocents in the world, who are too young to take care of themselves.

Still ignorance is no excuse. In high school and college I was far more cognizant of the things that were happening around me and fought bring awareness to the issues of the day, but somewhere along the lines, that had stopped, and I had just tuned out, or turned away, I am not sure which one.

I mean I don’t think I really ever delved into the fact that the Concentration Camps were just that, concentration camps, where people are being held without charges, or the right to see lawyers. I keep thinking that eventually truth will win out, but it won’t, not without the will of the people.

I keep thinking about how many homeless people have died, or are now in jail, and their cries that have gone unheard, unaided. I worry that their issues were not my issues, that more attention was not paid to their plight.

It’s like living in a mindless apathetic bubble sometimes, we are aware of the suffering and the ills of the world, but we do not do anything about them. We are aware of so many, that we start to feel overwhelmed and I guess at some point that turns to apathy, and we just don’t think that we can help or do anything about it. We forget as a people how truly powerful we can be and we let others take that power away from us. We forget that one person can make a difference. We forget that social change is possible, but it does not always happen over night and it can be painful and long endurance is needed, we no longer gear ourselves up for dealing with these struggles.

We forget that the price of eternal freedom, is eternal vigilance and so we have given up our rights and freedoms, we have become that which we fought so hard to not become, we have become red, spying on each other, the Russians pulled a fast one on us, when we thought they had lost they had really just won. The oldest trick in the book was played, the Trojan horse of the Russians and we fell for it. The Stasi and the KGB are now working for homeland security. Our sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends are now spies for the state, and somehow we fell for it. We willingly let them do to us by deception what they could not have done by force, had we remained vigilant. Vigilance is the price and we have not paid it, and so our freedoms have go to let, and this will continue to happen, unless we wake up and press for change the way others have had to.

We have become lazy and weak willed. We want things to be easy, but history has shown us that is not always the case. To have the sort of society we want, we will have to fight for it, but we have gone so far of the beaten path, our values have become so corrupt. Britney or Paris slip and the world knows about it, but children are raped, beaten sold into slavery and no one even bats and eye or is even aware. We have been told and conditioned about where to place our focus and values and it’s worked.

I don’t know if this generation can pull themselves out of the mire that has become society, but I know that they have to try. They have become directionless, without focus, and there is no moral guidance or beacon that will give guidance. They have long rejected the truth for lies, and it looks like this trend will continue for some time.

Is there hope? Well there is always hope, that’s what so neat and interesting about the human race. The doom’s day clock has been moved one step closer to midnight, but just as easily tomorrow, it could be moved two hands back, it’s up to each of us to see that this happens. It’s up to each of us in our own lives to take that power that we have and do what we can, we are capable and we are powerful beings, we can create change, we just have to believe that we can once again. We have to take the initiative to tune out the garbage, and tune in the pure unadulterated truth. We need to have that in our own lives, it’s the only way we could ever become fulfilled, self actualised individuals in the first place. There was never an easy formula, and the things that they sell us that say otherwise are just lies. We really do have the power in our hands for change, we just have to wield it like a sword. We are in our own turns more powerful than we know, not only can we display that power in our own lives, but we can teach others to do the same, and that is part of the truth that they want us to forget, it’s part of the reality that was always there, if we can just tune back into it, it’s ours for the taking.

Rich, powerful, successful is not all it’s cracked up to be, if we are to believe all the failed marriages, rehab trips, and sensational headlines, and yet we are told to strive for this, why would you strive for something where the end result is sure to be misery and the fall out that comes with it? We want to be happy, heck most people want to be happy, we want to have peace in our lives, but most people want that, we want to feel secure, we want to be fulfilled, most people want that, but honestly that things we have been feed and told, that will bring us that are just simply not the truth.

We have to wake up and try to realise this and understand this, we are being deceived and it’s up to each of us, to wake up in our own turn, see the truth of this, and then wake up others if we can, but at least stay conscious in our own turn.

Change is possible, but it wont’ be easy, you won’t be necessarily popular, there will be struggles and you will wonder why you ever choose this path, but you will become better for it, on the inside you will become stronger and be a better person, one of strength and resilience who is better able to handle the garbage in garbage out that the world is throwing at you. You might even find that you find better things to tune into at the end of the day, like yourself, and you might just find that more rewarding, and fulfilling than other things that we have been told will entertain and fulfill us.

It’s just something to think about.

February 26, 2007 Posted by | Abu Ghraib, concentration camps, Cultural diversity and multiculturalism, discrimination, Electronic harassment, Gang Stalking, Gratitude, Guantanamo Bay, harassment, High technology, Iraq, Laws, metropolitan police, mobbing, NWO, Online Stalking, politicians, Politics, sexual harassment, Snitches, society, Stalking | Leave a comment

Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib concentration camps.

Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib concentration camps.
 
Why does no one talk about this? I guess because the United States is the most powerful government on the face of the planet, no one takes the time to mention the fact that they have 2 active concentration camps for men and woman who were housed there. 

Just to be clear these are concentration camps.
 
http://www.answers.com/concentration+camp&r=67
Quote:
n.
A camp where civilians, enemy aliens, political prisoners, and sometimes prisoners of war are detained and confined, typically under harsh conditions.
A place or situation characterized by extremely harsh conditions.[/quote]
 
http://fcit.usf.edu/holocaust/timeline/camps.htm
Quote:
Camps were an essential part of the Nazis’ systematic oppression and mass murder of Jews, political adversaries, and others considered socially and racially undesirable. There were concentration camps, forced labor camps, extermination or death camps, transit camps, and prisoner-of-war camps. The living conditions of all camps were brutal.
http://www.cageprisoners.com/articles.php?id=3690
Some who are being tortured, beaten, raped, killed, or driven to suicide. The health conditions are horrific. The world waits, watches and just let’s it continue. 
 
Why don’t these things get talked about?
 
http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/reich.html
People will look back and say these were horrible things, and there will be law suits and eventually some lame government apology that will mean little or next to nothing, and it will be the same bs. We did what we had to do, we are different now. These things could never happen again. 
 
You know what, it is happening again. We have these camps again, but no one talks about it. 
 
http://www.wakeupfromyourslumber.com/node/531
Innocent men and woman were been picked up and forced into these camps. Some were sold into these camps. Some might be guilty but do we know? No because they have not been charged with anything, how can you be truly guilty, if you have not been charged with anything?
 
They have had no charges laid against them, but they have just been placed in darkness and hell by one of the most powerful governments in the world. 
 
The United Nations is doing nothing, and I mean nothing. If any other country on the planet and done this to other human beings, there would be sanctions and censure, but there is nothing. 
 
They lie in hell, darkness and misery, without knowing what they are being charged with, without access to a lawyer, without knowing when and if they will ever get out of those hells. 
 
I always wonder how things like this could happen. How could the German people let this happen to the Jews, how could they have done that?
 
Why did we intern the Japanese during WWII? 
 
Why didn’t the world step in sooner?
 
Why didn’t people protest?
 
And now I know why. Because I am living in such a time, and it’s unbelievable. We sit back and we do this to others, and our excuse is that someone hit us first, just like Hitlers excuse with the reichstag fire. 
 
http://dmorgan.web.wesleyan.edu/materials/weimar.htm
Quote:
This bill, which receives the necessary two-thirds majority with the aid of the Center Party, grants full legislative powers to the cabinet without requiring the assent of the Reichstag.  It is the formal basis of Hitler’s power for the remainder of the Third Reich.
 
Because they told themselves that these people were bad, that they were destroying the country, that they were the heart of what was wrong and that by careening them into these camps, it was for the safety of everyone else. They spread lies and propaganda, and dehumanised them.
 
History looked back in condemnation, but why can we not stem the tide and condemn this? Why can we not get past our fears, and stupidity long enough to see that what we are doing is wrong, we are now becoming the monsters, that we seek to protect ourselves from? Is our fear so blind that we can not see what we are doing to others?
 
9/11 and Peal harbour were both horrible events and they gave us the means, motive and opportunity to do a lot of really unpleasant things to others, that we should realise that we should not be doing, but we make excuses, and let things happen to others that we should not. 
 
We preach democracy and what we really mean is democracy for us, but not for others. We invade others countries and occupy them, for illicit false reasons. Yet there are no sanctions, there is no true censor. 
 
The world sits by and watches as this happens again. It not the same numbers as the German concentration camps, I don’t know if the numbers come close to the Japanese internment camps, but it’s the same actions that we will be apologizing for in the future, but it will be very little and it will be to even less avail. You can’t give back a life that you have destroyed. 
 
We tell ourselves that we are doing this to guarantee ourselves and our children’s security and protection, but the world has not become a safer place by these actions, it’s become less safe if anything. No one calls the camps what they are. 
 
I guess there were sane voices in every time period, ones that saw and recognised the evils of their times. The Germans who hid the Jews, till the evil could pass. 
 
The people who did not go along with interning the Japanese, or who spoke out against it. However these voices are always in short supply during these time periods, or they are being shut down or shut up. That should not be the case. 
 
I wish that these evil times would pass, I wish people would wake up and realise that we are not making the world a safer place, and we will not be until we practice what we preach. It’s the biggest hypocrisy, to say that you are a democratic society and that you practice democracy, but then you deny it to others. 
 
WWII I always asked myself. Why didn’t the world step in sooner? Now I know why.

February 17, 2007 Posted by | Abu Ghraib, concentration camps, Cultural diversity and multiculturalism, discrimination, Guantanamo Bay, harassment, Iraq, Laws, NWO, politicians, Politics, society | 5 Comments