The American Left and the Reality of 911: Beyond Their Wildest Dreams

The 9/11 events which occurred on September 11, 2001 remain the world’s greatest unsolved crime.

The ongoing moral and ethical failure of humanity to gather the will and determination necessary to address the crime which birthed 15 years of literal hell on Earth – destroying the lives of untold millions of innocent men, women and children – represents the most disturbing assault on human integrity, common decency, and respect for life of the 21st century.


by Graeme MacQueen, from

Noam Chomsky: Bastion of the intellectual left in the US – and hopelessly ignorant of 911

On November 23, 1963, the day after John F. Kennedy’s assassination, Fidel Castro gave a talk on Cuban radio and television.[1] He pulled together, as well as he could in the amount of time available to him, the evidence he had gathered from news media and other sources, and he reflected on this evidence.

The questions he posed were well chosen: they could serve as a template for those confronting complex acts of political violence. Were there contradictions and absurdities in the story being promoted in the U.S. media? Who benefitted from the assassination? Were intelligence agencies claiming to know more than they could legitimately know? Was there evidence of foreknowledge of the murder? What was the main ideological clash in powerful U.S. circles and how did Kennedy fit…

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2 thoughts on “The American Left and the Reality of 911: Beyond Their Wildest Dreams

  1. Great repost. I think of all the years I was told not to listen to conspiracy theories (when I first became interested in the JFK assassination the only place I could turn to for information were the tables the Larouchites set up outside the mall) and not to read books or articles by right wing Libertarians. In leftist circles it was treated as the biggest sin you commit. Then there were all those years that Ron Paul was a lone voice (outside of Barbara Lee and Cynthia McKinney) consistently speaking out against Bush’s wars in the Middle East. It started out as a vague awareness in the periphery of my consciousness that grew and grew – until I suddenly realized that I needed to actively follow what right Libertarians were saying because so much of what the alt-Left was putting out was dominated by CIA-funded foundations.

    I don’t agree with everything I read on right Libertarian websites, but most of my knowledge of the dangers of vaccination and the corruption of central banks comes from those sources. And clearly the major movement to legalize marijuana and to ban/label GMOs comes from the joint efforts of right libertarians and progressives. Both represent major popular victories progressives never could have accomplished on their own.


    1. Hello Stuart,
      How are you. One can see how political, ideological, religious and other “labels” are detrimental in that they divide people and inhibit focus on the reality that people have far more in common than perceived. In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna describes human beings as belonging to one of three groupings depending on their attained level of consciousness – lucidity, passion, dark inertia. One is appreciative of very old writings such as the Gita for simplifying what has in the centuries afterward become an overly complex categorization or labeling process hindering human progression toward a more and more harmonious state of affairs.

      Resolving 9/11 requires the efforts of men and women in the lucidity category, the efforts of which one senses are creating an imminent bearing of good fruit. It seems almost impossible to explain how a critical mass or tipping point has yet to become reached to blow up the lie, but exposing the people responsible is vital to stop the drive toward wars and violence with heretofore unimaginable negative consequences. We commented on a video (last check – 84,000 views) at Truthdig’s YouTube channel of an over 1-hour address by Chris Hedges which challenged him, Robert Scheer and staff at Truthdig to watch the ae911Truth mini-documentary “Stand for the Truth” featuring former NIST employee Peter Michael Ketcham, then interview and publish Mr. Ketcham, and will see what, if anything, comes from it.

      Perhaps a 90-minute documentary with a format of 18 five-minutes-long testimonials by well-known 9/11 researchers could provide the necessary push to reach the tipping point We will suggest producing such a film with Donald Grahn at his YouTube channel today. As you are probably aware, Mr. Grahn works with James Fetzer, Scott Bennett, Kevin Barrett and many others… Keeping the faith. Peace. Thank you.


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