Wait a Minute! I'm Confused!
We keep hearing about how only 16% of the people believe the government's "story" about 9-11. Indeed, the Deniers use this constantly in debating Debunkers, ridiculing us as being part of the 16%.
But then you read about how Deniers try to bring up the subject of 9-11 with their friends and family, and a different story emerges.
If you start telling someone about 9-11, there are three possibilities. Of course, it depends on which version you are talking about. For those of us who have tried to explain that 9-11 is more than the official story, we get to sentence number two, if we are lucky.
- NO WAY!! Are you totally out of your mind?!”
- But why do you think that…
- No! I don’t want to hear about it. It`s sick.
- Have you seen 9-11…
- Yes. I have seen it, read about it and I know what happened.
- …Press For Truth, I ment
- What is that?
- It’s a film about 9-11 and…
- Yeah, right! Conspiracy sh*t.
And that’s usually the end of discussion. The next possibility is a softer experience, but maybe more demoralizing.
- Oh, really? You think so? (looks confused and raising an eyebrow)
- Well, listen……………………….
We've talked about this in the past; many of the Deniers express despair when talking about their attempts to discuss 9-11 Denial with friends and family. Here's a classic example from the old Looser Forum.
I've tried and I've tried to approach this subject (again -- 9/11, and what really happened) from what I consider to be a series of intelligent segways (sic), cautious as to when the time seems otherwise appropriate to make it the subject of conversation, watching body language and facial expressions of the listeners when striving to express the mass of obvious contradictions in what we have been led to believe by our government. Nothing seems to work folks, not really.