Picking Up the Rhetorical Stave

Why 9-11 Truth is the Only Option

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IaxHV7DsKg&feature=youtu.be (8:08)

Christopher Bollyn, author of Solving 9-11, picks up his media stave and explains why he thinks 9-11 Truth is the most important political issue of our time. As long as the government and mass media suppress and conceal the truth about what happened on 9-11 the American people will suffer under a criminal regime that lurches from crisis to crisis; from conflict to conflict.


[The video link above was received by e-mail from an unknown source, probably to escape the NSA censors and tinkerers — that’s the world we live in now. I’m posting the video in full knowledge that you the reader may have received your own copy, or that you have seen the video already.

But some of you may not have, and we need an army of rhetorical spear-carriers.

I’m not offended by the apparent but soon clarified anonymity of the e-mail; I’ve been an advocate of close examination of the issues of 9/11 for over a decade now, and that has been regular stated in my blogs for all those years.

Under “medical professionals”, I am signatory here: http://patriotsquestion911.com .

The security state has had me on their radar for 30 years or longer; I was a co-author of the Physicians for Social Responsibility statement about the Civilian-Military Contingency Hospital System (the Pentagon’s plan for how they were going to care for the victims of a limited nuclear war against massed Soviet tanks coming through the Fulda Gap (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fulda_Gap); some people would erroneously assume that I wanted the Russkies to conquer Europe or that I was otherwise soft on Communism.  I lost two successive jobs as a result.




I had studied military tactics through military war-gaming (see http://www.thesullenbell.com/2014/02/28/playing-at-war/ and then http://www.strategypage.com/articles/default.asp?target=WARGHIS2.htm ) and was intensely interested in the challenges of doing the most good for the most people in situations of mass casualties.

The Pentagon’s own theoretical profile of victims included people with radiation burns who would be air-lifted  into East Coast medical transportation and intake networks where demands for intensive nursing and blood supplies would overwhelm the civilian system and bring it to its knees.

It — and its accompanying population relocation plans — were a glimpse into a military decision-making system that was deeply flawed, and was eerily similar to the idea of a missile shield enabling our own first strike.

Sometime later, I had talked to someone in the CIA; they called when they discovered that I had read — in an open intelligence manner — about the use of simulation gaming to train for armored warfare in the run-up to Desert Storm; I simply reached to my bookshelf and gave them the author, the chapter and the book to document the fact that it wasn’t I who had broken the secrecy. (Isn’t it ironic that I went to work for the same fellows after they left that project?)  The security state had probably been tracking me ever since I left the Bay State Special Forces, a volunteer ROTC unit in 1967; hell, given what I know now, they were probably tracking me while I was in the unit as a snot-nosed turnip off the farm truck.

The final line in the first video linked above — it kicks over automatically to book-hawking, and perhaps more — predicates action on our part.

It is one answer — and probably a very important answer — to the question I posed here:


It requires that I re-double my efforts, sharpen the tip of my rhetorical bokken, and make an effort to reach out to my Senators, Congresswoman, local officials in the political supply chain, and most importantly to the media. 

And I’ll have to lead with Bollyn’s last point: 

“Either they stand up for 9/11 Truth or they are complicit in the cover-up.”


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFekGGggMlw (8:47)




They carried only bow staves, or large wooden sticks — the sort used as braces in large casks or handles for hoes — and they marched to musick. 







http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOzSVszabVc (3:18)


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Speaking of rhetorical knocks on the head, see


The Gold Medalist


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