Tue, 11 Sep 2012 10:05 CDT
Nothing unusual about this building collapse. Move along.
Today is another glorious Tuesday morning, very similar to one we saw precisely 11 years ago. Today, we'll witness (as we did 11 years ago) the mainstream media's propaganda machine spin cycle in rapid motion.
Today we will see a regurgitation of the lies of 9/11, a repeating loop of lies to reinforce the programming of 'shock & awe', and today, we will watch (yet again) the people of America bow their heads in exactly one minute of government-designated silence, that annual empty token gesture in which the majority will partake, as the psychopaths have told them to.
Today we'll watch people who normally don't give a rat's ass, who disconnect themselves from thinking about 9/11 the other 364 days of the year, who seldom if ever think a solid objective thought about 9/11, bow their heads in 'respectful' empty silence and then run their mouths parroting the patriotic vomitus of government lies and thump their chests.
Today we will see more spin than we've seen in the last 11 months combined, and we will hear the drums of war beating louder than 'Taps' or 'Amazing Grace'.
Today we will bear witness to the 11th anniversary of the exploitation of the deaths of the victims of 9/11, while the uncountable deaths of untold numbers of people murdered en masse in the 'wars' provoked BY the lies of 9/11 will be ignored as if they don't matter and never happened.
Today, we'll see just how little most in our society, in ourselves, has really changed.
And check this: what you're watching on TV today IS your regularly scheduled PROGRAMMING.
Suck it all in once more, America.
You have this day to 'remember' THAT day, and of course, those golden, glorious 60 'Simon Says' seconds of 'silence' to show just how much you really, 'truly' care.
Lisa Guliani is a former internet-based political talk show host, political writer, researcher, activist, conscientious objector, "known protester', and self-described thought provocateur. When she's not engaged in some odd combination of the above, she's handing out smiles to the elderly, and also enjoys reading, music, cracking jokes, and hanging out with her buddy, Goose, who has yet to realize he's a dog. Her favorite sections of SOTT?
It's a three-way tie: Secret History, Puppet Masters and Society's Child.