On September 16th, 2001 President George W. Bush had said what all of his constituents were saying about the 9/11 terrorist attacks. “No one could have conceivably imagined suicide bombers burrowing into our society and then emerging all in the same day to fly their aircraft, fly U.S. aircraft into buildings full of innocent people and show no remorse. Never did anybody’s thought process about how to protect America we ever thought that the evil-doers would fly not one, but four commercial aircraft into precious U.S. targets – never. But never did I dream we would have been under attack this way.”
Condoleezza Rice told CBS news “I don’t think anybody could have predicted that they (The Terrorists) would try to use an airplane as a missile, a hijacked airplane as a missile.”
However it seemed a bit odd that two years before the Sept. 11 attacks, the North American Aerospace Defense Command conducted exercises simulating what the White House says was unimaginable at the time: hijacked airliners used as weapons to crash into targets and cause mass casualties. One of the imagined targets was the World Trade Center. In a third scenario, the target was the Pentagon
Narrowing it down to six months before the attacks on the United States a television show called “The Lone Gunmen” a spinoff of the successful X-files program had a very interesting plotline. It dealt with a conspiracy to remotely pilot commercial aircraft and crash them into the World trade center. The episode was written a year prior to the attacks and also shot the same year.

On the day of the September 11th, 2001 attacks the producers of The Lone Gunmen were worried that perhaps the pilot episode inspired the attacks. This also put one particular cast member Dean Haglund in the middle of a predictive programming legend, and part of a conspiracy of who knew and when and what connections did FOX networks have with military intelligence?
While many have considered the pilot episode an exercise in predictive program there are others who believe that the episode used what is called “inoculation intelligence” where someone had to have known of the proposed drills and intelligence that used the towers as targets.
An unidentified source once stated that the series creator Chris Carter would be fed story ideas from unidentified NASA workers and FBI agents. It is rumored That Carter was inspired to do the “Pilot “episode based on a movie called the “Medusa touch” a cult film Starring Richard Burton in which he steers a jet into an office tower to prove his magical telekinetic powers to his psychiatrist, Given the fact that an X-Files episode named “Medusa” aired shortly before the Lone Gunmen pilot, it’s likely that the producers were indeed inspired by this film.”Medusa” takes place in Boston, Coincidentally two of the 9/11 planes took off from Boston.
This would make the Inoculation theory compelling—especially when the intelligence complex keeps injecting their philosophies into the mainstream media. The act of predictive programming creates an idea, the idea is then used to persuade the target that it can happen, then the real time or real world incident takes place in order to get the target to react. It can be used again over and over to recreate the reaction in a loop that doesn’t seem to end. It become overwhelming each time the incident is reenacted or demonstrated through sound and vision.
Like it or not we relive electronic images, and they trigger emotional responses.
Anger, fear and sadness will be the result of the reliving of the 9/11 attacks during the 10 year anniversary. That is why I have decided to air the ugly and overlooked facts. Even I am being affected and in some cases I feel helpless to challenge the thoughts and a speculation because I believe it is a therapeutic release no matter how verbally ugly it gets.
In Science fiction movies and stories there are situations where the protagonist finds himself in a time loop. Sometimes it is a year or a day that he or she is forced to live over and over again. The way the person gets out of the loop is to become aware of the anomalies that are interwoven in the fabric of space time. The indications of such anomalies become clearer and soon it all becomes a puzzle and eventually the person figures out what needs to be done to stop the loop and move forward in time.
The loop is not limited to science fiction; it seems that we carry ourselves through the real world in time loops and quagmires, from endless wars, to algorithmic repeats of history where the names and faces change but the archetypes remain. We see heroes, villains, and strange creatures all playing out in front of us telling us the age old story that never seems to leave us.
Whichever truth you find from it, you hold as sacred knowledge. For others truth remains “out there’ and the only way to find truth is to seek out all things and experience living rather than dooming yourself to a path of rigid thinking.
I was once told that I appear as though I am fearful and angry. This person assumed that since I talked about scary, things or expressed my anger at my government that my life always goes that way.
Rarely am I angry at how my life is going, I fear normal things and most of what I feel is disappointment and my biggest fear is failure and abandonment. I am disappointed in a lot of things because I have a tendency to believe in the goodness of humanity. I forget that most people tend to be amoral, without ambition, and just worn out. I am beginning to see a lot of people find new interest in learning information about issues they once took for granted.
These individuals are not satisfied with the agreed upon narrative. They are seekers, some are even scholars. I cringe whenever I hear the word “truther” because not all of what we hear outside of the mainstream is the truth.
A lot of it is perceived truth, speculative, and based on gut instinct.
There are a number of things I have learned that keep the truth from surfacing keeping it just out of reach. There are plenty of outlets for information we use. That which we like we call truth, that which we don’t like we call mainstream media. Even mainstream talk show hosts attack the mainstream media. Rush Limbaugh is a mainstream conservative talk show host and has commented that there is a problem with the mainstream media. So the question is, if you are formidable presence in the media are you mainstream? Take a look at Alex Jones. He has become a formidable presence in the mainstream and yet he says he isn’t mainstream. Which is he? What does he want to be known for? Making appearances on the View and on mainstream news outlet brings him out of the shadows and into the mainstream.
Is this good or bad?
Think about this, there can be no question that audiences love media that creates or reports news that seems to court guests and topics that are outside of the norm. Perhaps the idea is to say that what we perceive to be mainstream is the corporate and manufactured narrative. This leads to the idea of conspiracy history, meaning that nothing is left to chance and that the media does shape or at least sets the agendas for what we think or how we should think about an issue.
Now we need to also understand what the objectives are in presenting parapolitical and paranormal topics. Is the objective for reporting this stuff to succeed in making it ordinary? Does this bring the truth closer because it becomes accepted by the majority? Is being aware of truth outside of the norm more precious than to force little known truth into the zeitgeist?
The more non-mainstream content is presented, the more ordinary it seems to become. Taking stories from the margin and making them part of the norm is a challenge and when they become mainstream or a normal part of conversation is this better for the mass society? When is a marginal story a mainstream story and how old is old with regard to these so called fringe speculations and theories?
It is really interesting to see how the so called alternative is becoming the mainstream. I have been doing Ground Zero radio for 16 years and it seems that it is becoming easier to find marginal stories finding their way into mainstream news.
I say to my producers “The show writes itself” – and the more I look the more I realize that it all seems to be fitting into some pattern.
I hope that we all are paying attention to how this is going. I really don’t have to say makes you wonder if that the story of our reality is already written. Memes, and ideas they all clash together creating something that is not accidental but planned. All of my shows are evidence of this. We now have to conclude that there is a plan and that we can outsmart it with knowledge, or we can choose to watch it –like it is a great movie.
It is becoming more apparent that many historical events in the latter part of the 20th century and in the 21st century have been staged or planned events. While many people are very capable of believing a framed narrative of falsehood promoted by a mass media, there are others who question and later reveal that the truth is probably not all that you thought it was.
Narratives are stories told in social circles that have plotline with good guys and bad guys that performs specific actions and with expected outcomes. Narratives are created in such a way to teach society a lesson or guide the social norms and practices. Much of what you do is based on your framed narrative of reality, every myth you believe and every narrative that you cling to makes up who you are. As a man thinks so he is. What he does with those thoughts is what gives him consequence.
New technology allows people to record or write their own versions of events. Those versions wind up on the Internet. The internet has become the people’s press and people have the right to disseminate their own views through websites and blogs. Now we have micro blogging with Twitter where data about you travels through the net at a rapid pace. The net is actually creating a new consciousness amongst the populace. It is a tool for “group think” and if given the wrong information groups can continue a vicious cycle of disinformation that eliminates diversity of thought.
Former CBS news anchor Dan Rather told an audience in Aspen Colorado that journalism has declined to such a point that it is time for the government to intervene. Rather said “traditional journalism is under siege” and called for media reform to become an “immediate national priority.” I am beginning to feel technically the same way about Independent media online. Not that the government should intervene, but that the netizens should use discretion with the information they receive. Those who present information should also see it as a responsibility and not some inalienable right.
I had a conversation with my esteemed colleague Lars Larson about a show I did recently with Jim Fetzer. Fetzer was a remarkable guest, however Lars had opined that Festzer seemed to lean heavy on Jew extremism with the 9/11 attacks. I concurred that the eccentric Jewish positions were a bit much. He wondered why I did not challenge him, and I explained that I let him speak and that his opinions aren’t exactly my opinions. Lars had a point, the point being that not knowing how to challenge someone like that makes it appear like you support the views of the guest.
I explained that I believe my audience understands that I am an observer and not a coach or always a supporter of the opinions. I have no agenda and while it is uncomfortable to hear the nebulous or vague ant-Semitism I hoped that it would not splash on me and the stink linger.
There are many people who are looking for answers to questions about the distribution of power and wealth in the world. They need answers about crime, political corruption, and the cover ups of uncomfortable information. Many of them look to mainstream media outlets for this information and find themselves coming up empty. Now with the internet it is possible for individuals to find new outlets that reinforce their opinion of the world, reinforce their own perspectives and unfortunately their own prejudices.
Much of what is written and produced on blogs has been demonized by the mainstream media as collective rumor or Conspiracy theory. Even in the face of certain extinction the mainstream media networks and Newspapers fight to the death in order to keep its mental grip on the people and demonize the internet and those who report stories outside of the framed narrative.
The mainstream news usually sides with the powerful and neglects their responsibility to the powerless. This creates a huge schism. Because the powerless lose their trust of the mainstream media and find relationships with other media online. There are many independent media sites that feel they have a responsibility to the people to get the word out and do so efficiently, while there are other websites that appear to be honest yet allow themselves to push racist and hateful agendas.
Alex Jones was on the Jeff Rense radio show on August 3 rd 2007. While Jones was ranting about IBM , Bill Gates senior , Margaret Sanger and David Rockefeller wanting to kill off the population. He was drawing parallels between their alleged eugenics insanity and the evil of Adolf Hitler. In the midst of Jones’s gravelly rant, Jeff Rense Interrupts and with his softer spoken tone says “We’ve got to stop thinking of Adolf Hitler as the most evil man in history, folks that is misdirection.” Jones seemed a bit thrown off and confused but proceeded any way saying that Hitler was a construct of these people.
With Fetzer as my guest and his anti-Zionist rants, I could relate to Alex Jones and how he had to keep pushing the show through without stopping down to analyze the commentary.
In the past, it has been noted quite heavily by the mainstream media that those who believe that 911 was an inside job, Barack Obama is not a naturalized citizen, and that the world is run by the Illuminati are secretly or OVERTLY anti Semitic. While it has been difficult to defend certain fringe groups that demonize Zionists, Jews and immigrants within conspiracy circles it becomes easier to distance yourself from this type of philosophy and remain objective. Some groups have an easy out they claim that their hatred is not based against the Jews, it is based against Zionism.
Okay – it is still hatred, bias, and prejudice and is the preferred group to hate so that no one can accuse anyone of being an anti-Semite. It’s like saying –I don’t hate the Chinese, I just hate the Red Chinese.
Racial and Partisan Propaganda masked as “Conspiracy Theory” is poor quality-level reporting and lacks objectivity. Singling out some group as evil in this mindset, and then attempting to prove it is no different than the mainstream parroting the propaganda machine that claims that those in the Middle East are evil doers. There is always a tendency to create “The Other” which leads to a unfounded but deeply rooted hatred that dehumanizes those who are being fingered as scapegoats. If this makes me a dupe—a mislead tool of the Jewish media conspiracy – then so be it.
I have always thought that mentioning the so called demon Jewish controls of everything and the Jewish plot in everything detracts from who really controls things.
I recently reported that there was an article in Salon that indicated the real controllers in Hollywood, and of the mainstream narrative and that is the intelligence operations apparatus that creates the agendas directly from the Pentagon. We are about to be given an onslaught of hagiography that props the warlords and hawks as heroes.
The Pentagon knows that we can no longer differentiate fact from fiction and since we have lived through a decade of war, there are many children who never knew a time of peace. It is the Military industrial complex moving in and bringing to the mainstream a doctored version of events and the glamorizing of the military and police state.
With the tenth anniversary of the September 11th, attacks we begin to see again the flushing of fact down the memory hole, having it being replaced by the guilt trip, mass sympathy for the dead, and the nationalistic fever for an event that should be symbolized with a palmed face.
Once again we begin that, mystic loop that holds us back. We are forced to relive one day out of the past all over again.

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