05 Dec

True sociopaths cannot feel close to or connected with other humans or creatures. . . . They are the “monsters” in our midst who are capable of enacting atrocities such as 9/11.

 

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05 Oct

If enough of the world’s population does not awaken to the reality of false flags and other deceits propagated by the powerful, and in turn confront these perpetrators, we are, in essence, inviting more of the same.

 

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30 Jun

"[T]hey had better not publish anything that challenges the idea that America is fundamentally good, the exceptional nation, because this is the one religious belief that cannot be challenged." — David Ray Griffin

 

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25 May

If a person’s false self includes identification with America as a country of unequivocal goodness, then to be exposed to information suggesting that America is in fact an imperialistic aggressor . . . is to have one’s self-image seriously challenged.

 

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27 Apr

When such a vulnerable person hears the evidence that 9/11 skeptics present, he . . . may become silent and unresponsive as though disoriented, so that he appears "spacey."

 

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31 Mar

Prof. James Tracy emphasizes that abuse of citizens by governments has reached the point of a "grave societal malady."

 

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31 Jan

Learned helplessness is associated with subsequent depression, anxiety, phobias, shyness, and/or loneliness.

 

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11 Dec

Editor's Note: Frances Shure, M.A., L.P.C., has performed an in-depth analysis addressing a key issue of our time: "Why Do Good People Become Silent — or Worse — About 9/11?" The resulting essay, being presented here as a series, is a synthesis of both academic research and clinical observations.

 

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