The accumulated propaganda against the phrase "conspiracy theorist" is failing, but it's the strength of it which I found perhaps the most surprising of all. I discovered that many intelligent people—the likes of which hang out at places like Slashdot, or even busy themselves on Reddit trying to make others understand that the actions of israel against palestine are inhuman—are unable to cross the proverbial Rubicon into that sort of territory where they could be accused of theorising about conspiracies.
"Just about everyone except me is stupid," is what they've been told, and to them every action on planet earth can be explained from that basis alone. If the economy fails like it has many times before, it is simply because those in charge don't know what they're doing. This is not even to mention the broken logic of the voting public. A case could be made for this kind of behaviour, because there must be a certain kind of honour and nobility in being meek enough to be food for something else. Cows are generally defenceless, yet are very useful for their plodding strength, which is why Hinduism regards them as sacred, gentle souls. There is also a undeniable fear of being removed from one's peers that is employed in the conspiracy theorist meme, and I can't blame others for their choices, because that fear has never had an opportunity to really find a hold on me. Truthfully I've always been a bit crazy (our new word for not assuming everything you're told is true), and throughout my life I have found it more important to be true to what I believe than to have friends who are only acquainted with a façade I could generate.
I've met the most amazing people, greater than myself, in the freedom movement. To be there they also have had to be true to themselves beyond where society would nominally allow, but also because they were shown a world where an organised group with all the resources and social control must be opposed by those lone souls who necessarily have none of these things. It is a battle of near-impossible odds, and in it many of us finally found an enterprise worth engaging in.
I've been thinking about what my part is that I could do to make this world a better place to live in, because writing about it has been a start, but ultimately inadequate. No kind of employment I know of is a worthy endeavour, because the corporate environment by design inevitably moves toward the interests of profit, and after a certain point that imperative becomes more accurately identifiable as theft. Give a man a fish or teach a man to fish is key to serving others in their best interests, and this sheds much light on the goals of so-called charity. What happens anywhere these charitable organisations operate is; first the grain prices fall through the floor because the market is flooded with hand-outs. Farmers in that area lose their livelihoods, and of course the market for land goes into the toilet because nobody wants it. You can guess who then buys it up at a bargain because you don't get to be filthy rich by acquiring things honestly. It's just one of the many ways that people are made to lose their self-sufficiency and their land, and at least the great bulk of humanity must be lauded for not even being able to conceive of such a level of evil.
9/11 is the loose thread anyone can pull to unravel the tapestry of bullshit we've all been wrapped up in, and without such a glaring mistake I don't doubt that most of us would still be lost in uncertainty. It's something that had to happen to bring an increasingly loving and peaceful world to war, and you can admire life its elegance in bringing to the fore the unfinished garbage that necessarily has to be revealed for us to move on. WTC7 is the clear and unambiguous smoking gun of this latest in a long line of false flags, going in the face of all we're still allowed to know about the laws of physics. Get it while it's legal.
There is only the correct way to honestly evaluate what happened on 9/11, and everything else like glaring omissions and flat-out lies in the official accounts and investigations is an optional extra, unnecessary to determine that some group must have conspired to spur another profitable war. Using even the most accepted methods of crime investigation implicates those with motive, and the events that have transpired since then points clearly to arms manufacturers and oil companies. The former cannot exist in a state of peace, and the latter cannot exist with an acceptance of truth. I've often thought about producing a satire to illustrate the absurdity of this world, but ultimately nothing can match the satirical finesse of what we're meant to believe.