Friday, September 24, 2010

Food for Thought

    I spent about an hour sitting in my car yesterday because I didn't want to miss a word of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech during the UN Conference in New York City, September 23.  The Iranian President has a reputation for absurd beliefs, the media vultures proclaim.  Do I believe that he is correct in his assessment of the Holocaust not actually occurring?  No.  However, is there a possibility that what we have been told as American Grade-A sheep is incomplete, or there are facts that have been either omitted or edited to suit the corporate elite interests...yes, absolutely.
   In line with this topic falls the Iranian President's speech at the UN Conference yesterday.  I listened to it live, because I undoubtedly knew that his words would be rearranged and manipulated to meet the desires and wills of those that choose.  The largest example of this is what has made news headlines for the last 24 hours, the proclamation that Ahmadenijad stated that the United States was behind the 9-11 events in order to save their failing economy.   This is an inaccurate account of his speech.  He in fact suggested three perspectives available and possible to explain the events leading up to 9-11, one of which was the USA being behind the outcome.  His largest attack however, was that the United States should have spent more time investigating and delving into the circumstances surrounding the events before declaring a full blown war on a nation, leading directly to another nation based on the belief that terrorist organizations responsible for 9-11 were hiding there.  This is a completely logical and respectable announcement, and I absolutely agree that this is the biggest "mistake" the United States made involving this situation.  How can the "largest diplomatic nation" in the world declare war without proper investigation?  It just exposes one of the large loop-holes in the 9-11 USA cover up.  Many more lay unattended too, and I am sure I will discuss these on future posts, or upon request.
    The fact that so much remains unstated by the United States and avoided concerning the events of Sept. 11, is absurdly wild.  The anti-Muslim and anti-middle eastern propaganda machines have done an exceptional job of creating mindless American drones, reading to go against anything the media tells them to go against.  Be it Muslims, be assured people will slash throats as in a recent NYC cab incident.  Or perhaps the widely talked about Koran book burning on Sept. 11, 2010 by Christian leaders in Gainesville, Florida.  How can people of this country be so dumbed down that they accept whatever explanation is dealt to them?  It has a lot to do with the intentionally standardized and anti-intellectualized educational systems in place since World War II.  If you care to find the truth about this intentional academia dumbing, read anything written by John Taylor Gatto, an exceptional ex-NYC school teacher who now devotes his time to exploring the design of the system to be a boring and dull environment.

     However, the issue I am mainly struggling with at this particular moment is the willingness of the American general public to take the mainstream corporate media stories that they are given.  The speech of Ahmadenijad had been sliced apart in order to create the desired affect, the continued hatred for Iran.  It is clear that the United States left the UN conference, not out of protest or being offended, I truly believe they feared exposing such classified information in such a setting.  They did not want the confrontation that may have resulted, or they were unsure how to handle the situation diplomatically, and so had to retire from the meeting.  I think this speech should hopefully ignite something within the public, not that I hope everyone agrees with the perspectives Ahmadenijad describes, but I hope it elicits some sort of thought process from the public.  Why did we invade Afghanistan, Iraq?  Why do we decide these nations need Democratic, American-ideal lives?  Why do most people believe the stories fed to them from main media sponsors ?  Why are 95% of the worlds heroin factories held within Afghanistan, known to US special forces, still allowed to create the drug and export it to US citizens?  3,000 innocent US civilians equals HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of innocent Middle eastern civilians, in the name of disarming terrorism?  So many questions, with so few being answered by our government.

Watch, think for yourself.

    Ahmudenijad's speech

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