Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11?

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.

Part 19: Government Manipulation and the Big Lie

by Frances T. Shure
Oct. 5, 2015
Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth

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.

In addressing the question in the title of this essay, the last segment, American Exceptionalism and Nationalist Faith, defined and drew a distinction between these two terms, demonstrated that in our historical era nationalist faith usually trumps Christian faith, and explained why those who are privileged by our economic and social system tend to be hesitant to accept the evidence that suggests 9/11 was a false flag operation.

Here, in this installment, we continue Ms. Shure’s analysis with Part 19: Government Manipulation and the Big Lie.

Often the people I speak with about 9/11 divulge the reasons they simply cannot “get their heads around” the assertion that it was perpetrated by government insiders. They have told me, variously, that this claim is “just too extreme,” that “no one in their right mind would have tried to pull something like this off,” and that “even if they had been crazy enough to think about or even plan such an evil deed, they would have been too scared to carry it out, because they would be lynched should they be found out.”

Power-crazed leaders who plan and orchestrate false flag operations count on such defensive reactions and flawed reasoning. They are aware that the ordinary person cannot fathom that their leaders would mass murder their fellow citizens and then blame the attack on another entity. Most good people find such an allegation too outrageous — too outside the bounds of human decency to even consider.

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