I’ve been in the 9/11 truth business (now the “false flag truth” business) since 2004. I’ve spoken to thousands of people in person, millions via the media.
When I lecture on 9/11 and other false flags, I don’t expect to get home early. The Q&A at the end is always high-energy and tends to go on and on and on. People are hungry for this information, and they have a million questions.
Some questions are predictable, even inevitable: “If airliners didn’t really crash at some or all of the alleged 9/11 crash sites, then what happened to the passengers?” “Did they blow up the three WTC skyscrapers with conventional explosives, nanothermite, mini-nukes, or DEW?”
Questions like these are interesting but secondary. The best question, the million dollar question, is always:
So what can I do?”
Which also happens to be the title of a new book by Kim Kamala Ekman, featuring contributions by myself, Ken O’Keefe, Zen Gardner, Kerry Cassidy, David Icke, Cynthia McKinney, Sofia Smallstorm, and Ole Dammegard.
By 2008, I had already heard this question so many times that I addressed it in the final section of my book Questioning the War on Terror. (It’s out of print, but I recently rediscovered a few copies, so if you’d like a new autographed copy of the 2nd edition, check the price of new copies on Amazon, subtract five dollars, and send that sum via US mail to POB 221, Lone Rock, WI 53556, or paypal it through the button at http://TruthJihad.com – offer only good in the USA and while supplies last.)
As I wrote at the end of Questioning the War on Terror, most of “what we can do” falls under the rubric of “helping spread the word.” For joiners, I recommended a whole bunch of groups, campaigns and movements to get involved with. For brave souls, I suggested doing We Are Change style info-activism: Getting into the faces of the famous and powerful with a video camera rolling, as Martin Hill recently did when he confronted Donald Trump on “Israel did 9/11.” And for even braver souls, I mentioned Civil Resistance (CR) consisting of attempting to perform citizens arrests on the war criminals, as Splitting-the-Sky did to George W. Bush on March 17, 2009.
Then there are all kinds of tricks to sneak a word of truth into the media mix: Creating public access TV shows like Pastor Don’s Truth vs. News; calling in to National Public Radio or C-Span and getting past the call screener using spin or ambiguity so they won’t realize its a “truther” until it’s too late (such subterfuge is necessary on NPR, maybe less so with C-Span); hitting up smaller local papers with letters-to-the editor…
And then there is the starve-the-system approach: Get out of debt, get your money out of big banks, get out of traceable transactions (using cash or better yet alternative currency as much as possible), get off the grid, grow some vegetables, raise some chickens, you know the drill.
Finally, I strongly recommend seeking deep truth, and moving closer to it, by taking up a spiritual practice. Islamic meditation is what works for me. This can greatly reduce your anxiety level and get you past fear-of-death, the “company cop” (Robert Anton Wilson) that makes people vulnerable to manipulation and control through terror management theory. To the extent that you are absolutely and totally relaxed and at ease and “in a state of voluntary self-submission” with whatever life/Allah may bring you, you are out of “their” control and well along the road to Paradise.
Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror.
He also has appeared many times on Fox, CNN, PBS, and other broadcast outlets, and has inspired feature stories and op-eds in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Tribune, and other leading publications.
Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin; where he ran for Congress in 2008. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, author, and talk radio host.