Obama official backpedals on 9/11 Truth Petition

Van Jones, the ‘Green Jobs Czar’ of President Obama’s administration is now backpedaling on his signature on one of the many investigate 9/11 petitions. He says that the statements of the petition (which are not even that damming) do not reflect his opinions “now or ever.”

Come on, give me a break.

It seems no matter where you turn these days, someone that has stated things, even on video, has later denied ever holding that opinion or saying whatever they said. The really bad part of this is that 99% of the time, the media just says ‘oh, ok…’ and moves on. Why do we not call people on obvious blatant lies anymore? How many times did the Bushites say that Iraq was tied in and assisting al-Qaeda for the 9/11 attacks? It was said many times in video interviews with Cheney, Rice, Bush etc… and they later said not only was there no evidence of that but that they never suggested it. Why wasn’t this seized upon and trumpeted at the time?

The same thing happened with the idea that terrorists using planes to fly into buildings was never considered before 9/11. There were excercises going on that very day using that premise! The infamous Northwoods document from the 60s even had that as a plan. It was a boldfaced lie and everyone knows it,  but the media pretends it didn’t even happen.

Our media is no less state-run than any other country.  We pretend that it isn’t and how nice it is that our media enjoys the freedom to print stories that are critical of our government. The fact is that the media in this country is controlled by a very few companies, of which the head people are all involved with government at high levels. The ‘optimistic’ view of this is that if they printed actual truth or pushed someone with tough questions when it’s obvious they are lying that they would be barred access, cut off from the prestigious assignment in Washington. What might be closer to reality is that the heads of these media companies give marching orders and shape the news to fit what their government handlers tell them to.

It’s fairly well reported and documented that Fox news does just this, and everything that falls under Murdoch’s purview (which is quite a bit) is subject to the same dealings. CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS,  all of them really, function the same way, just sometimes they play different sides. It’s one thing to have an outlet for biased reporting and propaganda, but the real power comes in when you get to control the opposition point of view and shape it’s dialogue.

This idea is now running full tilt on the so called alternative news scene as well. Anyone broadcasting some real truth has an element of it as to make it seem outlandish. Whether it’s Alex Jones ranting and raving in a Joker costume or bringing on Speidi to help sexy up NWO news or other hosts giving 90% of a good story and then launching into an outright antisemitic tirade and blaming all Jews for everything,ever.

You have to educate yourself and work on your critical thinking skills to make any sense of this. In America, this is something that the media, the school system and even the food industry works hard on beating out of you from infancy. Read. A lot. Be able to discern when someone is using emotional trigger words to shape your thinking on something. Pay attention and you will soon spot people using neurolinguistic programming techniques and like a magician’s trick, once you know how it works, the magic fades and it doesn’t work on you anymore. The power of words is that they can shape how and what you feel.

Truth, Justice and the American Way. Which one of these things is not like the other?

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