Posted March 19, 2014
by Jerry Alatalo
“The effectiveness of political and religious propaganda depends upon the methods employed, not on the doctrine taught. These doctrines may be true or false, wholesome or pernicious – it makes little or no difference… Under favorable conditions, practically everybody can be converted to practically anything.”
– Aldous Huxley (1894-1963)
Does anyone know if there’s a statute of limitations in the case of September 11, 2001? Never mind, there’s no statute of limitations in mass murder cases. The following video contains an interview of Albert Stubblebine. As the retired Army Major General (MG) notes in the interview, he spent 32 years in the Army, retiring at the rank of Head of U.S. Army Intelligence.
The MG has been in a number of films about September 11. The reason this interview has been shared here is that, when listening to this veteran, the honesty of his words comes through the screen and grabs you by the throat. This interview has received around 370,000 views at YouTube on one channel alone. It is safe to say that the interview has probably been shared or reposted many times to add to that 370,000 total. One can only guess at the number of men and women around the Earth who’ve seen and listened to it. It would not be a surprise to learn that the total is over 1 million people.
Here is a man who spent 32 years of his life in the United States Army and was heavily involved in military intelligence – eventually becoming the top intelligence officer in the U.S. Army. Frankly, after listening to what he says about the events of September 11, 2001, it is extremely baffling that a real investigation hasn’t occurred. It is probably the case readers here are aware of the implications and importance of what the MG is conveying. He is strongly suggesting that he strongly believes the official 9/11 Commission Report is wrong.
Many people have spent many hours researching September 11, 2001. People have made a ton of films, written a ton of books, and held a ton of meetings and conferences about what happened on that day. It would probably be safe to say that September 11, 2001 is the most studied, researched, written about, and discussed historical event of all times.
September 11, 2001 is perhaps the most consequential date in world history
For those who have spent a lot of time and effort in getting a real investigation done, know that you are not alone in the feelings of frustration, maddening bafflement, and utter dismay that the painfully obvious unanswered questions about what really happened remain unanswered after more than 12 years.
Your concerns that the people behind the over 3,000 deaths from September 11, as well as the more than a million human beings who have died in wars where September 11 became explained as the reasoning, are equally shared by a great number of men and women around the world.
This is another call – to add to the millions of calls – for a real investigation into September 11, 2001 since that day of darkness. The perpetrators of that massive war crime, as well as the even more horrific war crimes and crimes against humanity that followed, have yet to become identified, apprehended, and brought to justice.
The woman in this film asks an extremely important question. It is perhaps an even more important question than the unanswered ones from that day of darkness.
What are these people, walking free on this Earth, in the general population, – these mass murderers – doing now? In 2014.