Episode 408 - 9/11 Truth: Lessons Learned?

09/18/202179 Comments

Today, there's an entire generation who have grown up in the shadow of the towers. Who have never known a world that was not haunted by the hobgoblin of terrorism. Who have never thought twice about giving up the freedoms they barely knew they had in the name of fighting the "invisible enemy." How can we blame them for not understanding the gravity of this moment, today, giving up those few freedoms that remain in the name of fighting the new phantom menace?

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20 years.

Two decades.

Half my life have I spent in the smoldering ruins of those exploded towers.

Picked my way through the eight-mile-long debris field in Shanksville.

Huddled in the blast hole of the Army's accounting offices in the E-ring of the Pentagon.

"Take off your shoes and belt, suspect! Single file! Digital fingerprints and photograph, please.  Don't worry. We're just looking for the terrorists."

"Speak up, prisoner! The NSA is recording this conversation for posterity. Machines of loving grace are scanning your emails and monitoring your social media posts. All in the name of Homeland Security, you understand."

"How much cash do you want to withdraw? What for? Why don't you just use a card, like everybody else? We're going to have to run a background check on you for this. After all, you might be one of them."

And yet, I'm one of the lucky ones. At least I got to live half my life in the old world. The "see your friend off at their airport gate" world. The "the government wouldn't spy on us" world. The "'papers, please' is a sign of tyranny!" world. That world, too, was a lie. But at the least they needed to tell that lie to the public because people still believed in it.

Now? Now there's an entire generation who have grown up in the shadow of those towers. Who have never known a world that was not haunted by the hobgoblin of terrorism. Who have never thought twice about giving up the freedoms they barely knew they had in the name of fighting the "invisible enemy."

How can we blame them for not understanding the gravity of this moment, here, today, giving up those few freedoms that remain in the name of fighting the new phantom menace?

Me? I came to the party five years late. The rallies. The C-SPAN broadcasts. The street activism.

"Investigate 9/11!"

"Impeach Cheney first!"

"Remember Building 7!"

How innocent that all seems today, twenty years later. How naive.

But why not? We had the t-shirts, we had the slogans, we had the spindles of DVDs and we had the momentum on our side. By the sixth anniversary it was undeniable: a majority of Americans wanted an investigation of Bush and Cheney's actions on 9/11. A full 32% wanted an immediate impeachment. 67% believed that the 9/11 Commission had failed by not investigating the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7.

So, what happened?

Well, Hope and Change happened, of course. Never underestimate the sedative effect that a pure, unadulterated hit of hopium spiked directly into the veins of the body politic can have in quelling public dissent. It works every time.

But it was more than that. 9/11 Truth was not derailed by the Obamessiah; at least, not completely. No. 9/11 Truth was derailed by 9/11 Truth.

You see, the truth about 9/11 is as remarkably simple as it is incredibly powerful. We were lied to about 9/11. Period. End of debate. No one who knows anything about 9/11 could possibly deny that. I'd like to see them try.

That is the basis for a movement. With that one truth we could demolish an entire edifice of lies. They lied about 9/11. They didn't just cover up the truth, they actively suppressed it. Everyone—everyone—who is guilty of keeping the truth about 9/11 from the public is thereby an accessory to those crimes.

Every one of the actions that followed on from those lies—the PATRIOT ACT, the war of terror, the deaths of millions of Afghans and Iraqis and Libyans and Syrians, the construction of the police state, even the blowing of the post-9/11 housing bubble that led to the Global Financial Crisis—are as criminal as the events of 9/11 themselves. And those who have justified their criminal actions by recourse to the lies of 9/11 are thereby guilty of terrorism.

Those who committed their signatures to the PATRIOT ACT are the terrorists.

Those who invoked the doctrine of "pre-emptive self-defense" to justify their wars of aggression around the world are the terrorists.

Those who paraded on the corpses at Ground Zero in order to justify their own political agenda are by definition the terrorists.

This isn't rocket science. It isn't even controlled demolition science. It's just plain, simple truth.

But somewhere along the way that plain truth about 9/11 got complicated. As the years turned into decades, the movement lost sight of that simple truth. Speculations became hypotheses. Hypotheses became theories. Theories became doctrines. Doctrines became dogma.

Soon, there was no movement. There were only egos proffering their own totalizing explanation of 9/11 right down to the minutia of operational details that they could not possibly have access to . . . unless they were in on the plot, that is. As if the very intelligence agencies they were accusing of perpetrating the attacks didn't have (documentably!) a half-century of experience derailing citizen investigations of deep state operations with false leads and cookie crumb trails that lead to nowhere.

Now, there are no rallies, no C-SPAN broadcasts, no street activism. Just the remaining 9/11 Truthers in the shrinking 9/11 Truth tent denouncing each other as loudly as possible for deviating from the catechism of their preferred dogma.

"The planes were drones!"

"The planes were missiles!"

"What, you believe there were planes?"

Such is the cacophony of the rancorous dogmatists that they can barely hear Cass Sunstein cackling in the background.

Mission accomplished.

But, in retrospect, perhaps it was inevitable. After all, a movement that focuses on the events of a single day is destined to lose sight of the forest of the 20-year conspiracy that brought those events about for the trees of the events themselves. And a movement that focuses on one day in the increasingly distant past will find it increasingly difficult to stay relevant to the political present.

The 9/11 liars have human psychology on their side. The lies are seared into the public consciousness. The retractions and debunkings of those lies pass largely unnoticed. And in the end the pyrotechnics of 9/11 have had their intended effect: they have traumatized much of the public and hypnotized those who know they are being lied to. Blinded by the fireworks, 9/11 Truth could never turn away from the explosions and take the movement to the next level.

9/11 is not a series of dusty facts about demolition physics and airplane turning radiuses. As the 9/11 liars know all too well, it is a talisman that can be wielded to scare the public into submission.

But, like all talismans, this one, too, has begun to lose its power. Whereas once the very invocation of terrorism was enough to justify an entire political platform, now not even the specter of Al Qaeda (the bad Al Qaeda, not the good Al Qaeda in Syria) or ISIS (ISIS-K, that is, the new, scarier version of ISIS) is enough to catch the public's attention. No. The terrorists needed a new talisman. A new 9/11.

And here it is, right on schedule! A new terror has been unleashed upon the world to traumatize the public once again. But this time the phantom menace is not a bearded Muslim boogeyman. No. It's a virus.

At least in the good ol' Homeland Security state erected to "keep us safe from the terrorists" you could protest, "But I'm not a terrorist." It might not have saved you, but at least you could raise the point.

But in the new biosecurity state, your cries of innocence will not be permitted.

"I'm sorry, ma'am, but the test says you're an asymptomatic spreader. We're going to have to quarantine you. It's for your own good."

There is resistance, of course, just as there was resistance to the 9/11 lies. But is it a movement? Already it's devolving into egos and dogma and bickering.

"Ivermectin is our only hope."

"What are you talking about? The vaccine is the bioweapon."

"What? You believe viruses exist?"

. . . Wait. What's that? I swear I can hear Cass Sunstein laughing in the background.

Of course the terrorists are laughing. Why wouldn't they be? They've got us scrutinizing the trees again while they're busy encircling the forest.

This isn't about COVID-19. This has nothing to do with a virus. This is about finishing the job that the terrorists started on 9/11—the job of locking down the planet.

Oh, sure. Examine the details. Put the pieces together on the health passports and the digital ID. The mandatory injections and government permission to leave your home. The central bank digital currencies and the Great Reset and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We do need to know these things.

But don't get stuck marveling at the pyrotechnics. Don't get stuck fighting your allies because they won't subscribe to your dogma. Don't get stuck focusing on what happened in 2019 so hard that you miss what's happening in 2021. Or, some 20-year-old who's just joining the party today will blink and he'll find himself in 2039 wondering how he spent half his life in the shadow of a scamdemic.

The terrorists know all of this, of course. It's how they stay in power. We don't have to speculate about this, we just have to take them at face value when they tell it to us.

Like when Karl Rove admonished Ron Suskind for being part of the "reality-based community" who "believe that solutions emerge from your judicious study of discernible reality. But," he insisted, "that's not the way the world really works anymore."

We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors . . . and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.

And here we are. "History's actors" have created "other new realities," and the same 9/11 Truth movement that spent the last 20 years judiciously studying the last set of lies will spend the next 20 years judiciously studying these ones . . . assuming we have 20 years left to spend in idle study, that is.

Or we could become history's actors. Stop waiting for events to happen so we can judiciously study them and start creating events, structures, institutions of our own.

Can you imagine if the 9/11 Truth movement had devoted 1/10th of the time and energy and resources that it spent arguing over pyroclastic dust clouds and measuring entry and exit holes to something actually productive?

Creating self-sustaining, intentional communities.

Growing the free market and expanding the use of alternative currenciesl.

Creating our own businesses and institutions and building out alternative communication infrastructure and building up our own media.

I don't have "the" answer. No one person does. But I can tell you this: We cannot afford to spend the next two decades judiciously studying the way our most basic rights—the right to refuse medical experimentation, the right to interact and transact with our friends and neighbours as we see fit, the right to leave our own home—are being stripped from us, one by one.

If we don't resist the biosecurity state with all our might—refuse to comply with its dictates, refuse to shut ourselves in and lay down when the government tells us to—then we are the terrorists, terrorizing our own children and grandchildren and consigning those generations yet unborn to the maws of a technocratic tyranny beyond any sci-fi dystopia.

In the meantime, we look back yet again at that September day 20 years ago, not as a single day when "the world changed forever," but as a signpost along the path. Yet another in a chain of events and decisions and choices made by history's actors: us.

I may never quite escape the shadow of those towers. But in that shadow, we can build towers of our own.

The choice is ours . . . for now.

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  1. Brilliant James, once again. A powerhouse of thoughts and ideas.
    Powerful messages and a rallying cry to become history’s actors as opposed to simply students of history.

    I’m sure it’s just a coincidence that your opening line you penned “Today, there’s an entire generation who have grown up in the shadow of the towers.” happens to be the same theme of a recent video released at the Spiked site, entitled “The shadow of 9/11

    Before visiting the site today to watch the above video, I had never heard of it before.
    ‘Spiked’ was founded in 2001 and bills itself as “UK’s first online only political magazine”.
    They state their writers and editors “are regular fixtures on TV and radio, appearing on Fox News, the BBC, Sky News, the ABC, and more.”

    The stance they take in discussing 9/11 twenty years later, should come as no surprise given the above affiliations.

    I bring up the above video only to highlight exactly what we are up against in raising awareness about 9/11 and the plandemic’s real agenda.
    The two guests being interviewed must have been extremely young on 9/11. It’s a pity they didn’t do their research homework as they grew up later. They are obviously well-spoken, but sadly, grossly misinformed.
    This is what the youth of today are being taught about past history.

    Here is the link to the video:

    Let’s make this a contest. Let’s see how much of the video you can watch before         
    you are compelled to stop. Or in other words, how much you can stomach before you must call it quits. I’ll reveal my limit a little later. 🙂

  2. Steve Smith says:

    This message is surely the most important one to impart to people who are trying to be part of the solution.
    Thank you for sharing your uncommon wisdom James.

  3. n4x5 says:

    The questions about the dangers of the virus if it exists, whether it exists, and whether the vaccinated can or cannot transmit anything dangerous to the unvaccinated are not idle pedantry. These are, after all, important scientific and medical questions with applicability to the real world. However, I understand and support the main message James is delivering here: as far as tyranny goes, I believe there should be enough common ground for united resistance and work on solutions, and I believe that the scientific and medical discussions, though important, are now secondary in importance. We need to prioritize, and we shouldn’t let ourselves be torn apart by internecine argument. At the present time, I’m a bit more optimistic than I’ve been in the past, and I attribute a fair share of this optimism to the solidarity I see. Contrary to media depictions of demonstrators and other resisters as “anti-vax”, my impression is that a large fraction have received the shot(s) and that most of them realize that the most salient question is not a divisive vax / anti-vax dichotomy but rather has more to do with stance on coercion and consent.

    A lot of the bickering can be traced to ego. People generally don’t like being wrong and will often instinctively double down on their positions when confronted with opposition, sometimes even when those positions become untenable. A couple ideas. Try to consciously detach identity and ego from your position on a given topic. Don’t make highly bold or absolute statements unless a point is reached at which they are truly warranted. Criticism should usually avoid using “you” and “your” as this creates a sense of personal attack. Try to avoid the tendency to hastily and automatically categorize interlocutors as friends or enemies.

    • John Blaid says:

      “The questions about the dangers of the virus if it exists, whether it exists, and whether the vaccinated can or cannot transmit anything dangerous to the unvaccinated are not idle pedantry. These are, after all, important scientific and medical questions with applicability to the real world.”

      I couldn’t agree more, these things have actual relevance to every day life way beyond this current fraud too. If there is no scientific evidence for the existence of “viruses” then that also means that future “pandemics” cannot happen due to these non-existent “viruses”. It also means that the real reason or reasons behind people’s health conditions falsely attributed to “viruses” have never been properly addressed where true prevention can never occur not to mention that dealing with the wrong cause in hospitals can lead to people’s deaths which has already happened.

      For instance, many have been put on a ventilator and died because of this procedure that in part was used because of the unfounded fear of the spread of a “virus” where otherwise these same people would have been given regular oxygen when suffered from respiratory problems. Point being that we cannot equate the scientific question about the existence of “viruses” with what happened during 9/11 and I think it’s very good that you pointed that out.

      Too many people in the “alternative” media doesn’t seem to understand the gravity of this question and think that the “virus” question is not just important in the greater context of what is happening now. It is one of the most important things to discuss consider that the bio-security state is being rectified all around us. Not only that but it’s not just about the bio-security state either, it has enormous effects of people’s psychological health too because if there are no “viruses” out there then there are zero reasons to fear being “infected” or “infect” someone else with these non-existent “viruses”.

      Research summary and debunk regarding the existence of “SARS-CoV-2” and “COVID-19”

    • MagicBullet says:

      I agree with n4x5 and John. Corbett’s talk is great for those who are at least part-way awake. Most people don’t even have the basics. For them, and even for the awoken, simple info proving the official story is nonsense is very valuable (though interminable truther arguing is not valuable, it also has its place, if not to expose co-intel plants). I don’t agree that the 9-11 truth movement is the biggest reason for its own demise. I think it’s the intense indoctrination, generation change, and inability of the population to effect real change on the government

      I have had some luck at converting those in the dark with a simple door to the rabbit-hole. For example, watching the first 10 seconds of this video:

      Me: So what do you think?
      Them: Masks obviously don’t work!
      Me: Yeah but what else?
      Them: We’ve been lied to?
      Me: Right! actually almost everything you’ve been told about Covid is a lie. Do you know how the virus was found?
      Them: In China?
      Me: Right, from researchers that work for the CCP who said they got a genome referencing a lung wash of billions of RNA fragments with a computer data base. Do you trust the CCP?
      Them: That doesn’t sound like a virus!
      Me: Right! now look at how your rights have been taken away and your economy destroyed.

      The detail was critical. Now they are ready to watch today’s video.

      • ChairmanDrew says:

        I too agree with the above posters. You can not give the bogus virus narrative an inch, because then they will run a mile with it. Thus, “game changing, highly transmissible mutant delta scariant 3.0, etc…”

        What is required ultimately is that the great lie is pulled out by the root and exposed in the totality of its criminality, i.e; the non isolation/purification, fraudulent sequencing leading to misdiagnosis by PCR, and on and on from there.

        Saying this, I do concede that at this very point in time the most crucial battle in many parts of the world (including my own) is to fight against mandatory injections at all cost. Maybe after that then we can all re-group and start figuring out how best to bring down the whole pseudo-science house of cards that virology, more and more as the days go on, seems to be revealing itself to be built on.

      • scpat says:

        Most people don’t even have the basics. For them, and even for the awoken, simple info proving the official story is nonsense is very valuable (though interminable truther arguing is not valuable…

        I think you hit the nail on the head. Had no one before us researched into conspiracies that then helped us to wake up, most of us would not be here, and we would not be ready to take action to create our own history. So it is absolutely necessary. However, research into the nitty gritty details of a conspiracy are only useful to a certain point. It is a raft that helps us get to the other side of the river. But when we reach the other side, we don’t need to carry the raft with us for the rest of our journey. We leave it there for the next person. It helps shape our world view and gives us the motivation to make change. Then we actually have to take action, or the research is essentially just an intellectual exercise.

  4. croc says:

    What a brilliant, concise idea.

  5. LastHumanist says:

    Cathartic stuff. The truth is a beautiful thing!
    Especially in a world that is getting uglier by the minute.
    Truth is how we transcend the mire of no planers and people who believe “the Jew” is everyone and therefore no one at all. How endlessly tiring conversations with people who embody such unreasonable dogmata have been over the years. How beneficial these groups are for the vile masters of the world…

    And yet, we transcend with simple truth.

  6. TruthSeeker says:

    Very well done video on the 20th anniversary of the Events of 9/11/01.
    Yes, we can beat the oligarchs, but one cannot do it alone. We need to “Act” as many people standing together, and they will fail.

    In the “Union” of the Free and Independent States of America, there was, and can still be, a Common Law Court with true People’s Grand Juries where these Oligarchs can be charged,Prosecuted, Sentenced and even Incarcerated. No one is above the Law in a functioning Common Law Legal System, but it has been Usurped by a Corporate Legal System and the People have been deceived into being treated as corporate entities (legal fictions) which only have Rights given them by the Corporate Central Government.

    The Corporate Courts actually paved the way for the Corporate Government, by allowing the Oligarch Banker Criminals to be above the Law. They know the game of the Legal Fiction and how to play their Fictional Corporate entity so that they can always buy their way out with money (Money they create out of nothing).

    Knowing who the “Wizards” (think Wizard of Oz) are who are puling the levelers from behind the curtain is half the battle, and J.C. does a great job exposing them. Like in the “Wizard of Oz” the Oligarchs are likely to want to do right when they are subjected to personal prosecution for their crimes.

  7. shaw.r says:

    It is OK too glance into the rear vision mirror but if you focus on what is behind you then you might miss the looming obstacles.

    Yes these obstacles are approaching at an alarming rate.

  8. Jack_King says:

    Divide et impera doctrine still engulfes every aspect of our ability to gain, share and store information by every means we know of…yet we seem to not fully understand, this is the case.

    Technology is made available to us; as “they” seem fit, how “they” seem fit, when “they” seem fit.

    In my line of work, the first measure to try and get unstuck, is to reverse the way you got stuck in the first place…which is NOT:

    Double down.

    Engage in endless meetings exploring the “what if’s”.

    Wait for someone to tell you what to do.

    Hope it will simply go away by itself.

    Instead, immidiately back out the way you came in, before it becomes irreversible.

    Time dependant challenges, require timely actions.

    New “revelations” and “conspiracies” are hitting us everyday…only to be surpassed by “conspiracy fact” in a shorter and shorter timeframe, like never seen before.

    “They” have learned well from 911…utilizing various limited hangouts or inserting many dead-end leads into to the public domain, to further their dissinformation campaign…exactly as the CIA mission intended to achieve….

    So if all information we receive is clouded/shrouded/tainted/warped/reversed, relayed and repeated first-hand, second-hand, ad nauseum, via different angles and on different layers…what use does this information then actually offer on the receiving end (the population = U & Me), other then beeing deliberately very unuseful by design?…It is getting us increasingly stuck by the minute these days.

    Does no-one see the simple way out of this?

    Have the Amish not made a solid point by now?

    (while writing a post on an internet site, using my laptop)

  9. bleak says:

    The “Karl Rove admonishes Ron Suskind” link is broken.

  10. bleak says:

    Yes, they have human psychology on their side because they know it and know how to use it. They are masters of it. “We” are not. And it is hardly hopium of massa Obama that is entirely to blame.

    Yes, the 9/11 truth committee are their own worst enemies. But not for the reasons you state. People move along the horizontal because that is what they know. The enemies move differently. They are playing a different game that hardly anyone sees. They move vertically and horizontally. “Vertically” being the unseen, hidden aspect of everything they do.

    9/11 was an occult ritual.

    Yes, exactly my point. Do you see now? No? I hear incredulous moaning every time I say it. That “next level” you spoke about is the blind spot. That which mostly everyone refuses to acknowledge. The vertical movement within discernible reality. Even people like A&E for 9/11 Truth are in the dark when it comes to things they can’t see.

    “Let’s put spells on them through the TV set” they said back in the 50’s and that’s exactly what they did. Does anyone see how they did it? No, not really, because it’s written in a language most people don’t understand. The Kabbalah, the Tarot, archetypes, sigils/”talismans” (do any of you know the difference?), chaos magick, memetic magick.

    I can watch almost any significant TV show or movie and spot half a dozen references to the occult (if it’s a “good” show). Others see aliens, towers, some numbers or whatever and whoooooooosh it goes right through their heads. But not before making some impression. Impressions that become “realities” later.

    So when you say “self-sustaining, intentional communities” and “alternative currencies,” I ask with who and how long? How long before they inevitably implode from within exactly like 9/11 truthers? How long before some “contingency plan” of some “special branch” of some “agency” kicks in?

  11. beaconterraone says:

    This is the quintessence of why thinking folks (who know about him) love James Corbett.

  12. mkey says:

    China prepares to test thorium-fuelled nuclear reactor

    We are back where we were almost 80 years ago.

    • mik says:

      Proponents of thorium like Sorensen rarely speak about in-line chemical processing plant that is essential for reactor functioning. It’s about the most highly toxic, corrosive chemistry imaginable, also quite complex and not forget, highly radioactive.
      It is essential for reactor economy i.e. viability (isolation of protactinium that will become fissile uranium) and removing of fissile products and other impurities that are poisoning nuclear reaction.

      Here is very detailed description:

      The thing is very technical, above my grade to completely comprehend. Still, the most important thing is easy accessible, just search the text for a word: Waste.
      16 instances, just in chemical processing plant, that means continuous production of waste, probably toxic, certainly radioactive.

      Proponents of nuclear talk about abundance, safety, nuclear proliferation, (co2), but never talk about waste, at best they downplay the problem.

  13. spider says:

    Beware the Jfkovid9.11 Jabberwock. Snicker-snack cut down their lies with my vorpal sword.

  14. seasons says:

    The concern over the creation of a biosecurity state was the first thing we all argued when lockdowns were announced. Just like the concern over a national security state when the War on Terror was announced. It is the most important aspect in this manufactured crisis but it is the hardest to argue because it is so open ended. People have endless amounts of denial, excuses, and later justifications on why we should continue this new policy.

    The frustrating thing is nearly everyone wants to end this lockdown policy. That is the driving force behind most people’s actions. Yet they always argue that people not following orders is why it continues and that doubling down on the same policy will make it go away faster. I cannot get through to people that the more you continue this lockdown policy the more permanently it will stick. I feel like I cannot get through to them without picking apart these lesser topics like masks, injections, and PCR.

    Maybe we should have stayed with the problem longer and kept arguing the harm being created right now because of the biosecurity state. At this point I tired of it all and my only argument is to stop supporting this policy.

  15. wolfgang says:

    This is definitely 100% true.

    Analyzing those horrific events, getting them explained and dished up again and again in front of a computer screen on the sofa is easy and convenient.
    As a dark brother to hopium it is some kind of anxiety and rage ADDICTION fix (if someone has a catchy name for it similar to hopium, that would be helpful), that is just as easy to get hooked on and it keeps up engaged with the screen and not with the outside world that we have to rebuild for us and our children in a way that we deem worth living in.

    • s511 says:

      I used to have a booklet I kept for ideas on how to create a better world after the apocalypse, what I think would be best practices to implement and good laws etc. But now I see that the best laws to protect the weak, hamstring the predators, etc, are all pretty much useless in the end because of the corruption of human nature. (We see it ever more clearly in the technocratic global coup we are living in.)
      Now I believe the only salvation for humanity is a spiritual one. I believe Jesus spoke truly when he said we must be born again to enter the kingdom of heaven. As it is in heaven so be it here on earth. I am praying for the Lord to send laborers into the harvest.

    • scpat says:

      I think the word that would most closely align with what you are talking about is “conspiratainment”. Not sure who coined it, but I first heard James Evan Pilato say it.

  16. akunj says:

    Way to go James!
    I have been tying 9/11 to the virus scam since this plandemic started.
    My question is always “if they fooled the world on 9/11, whats to say they’re not doing it now?”..
    Unfortunately, like that old Chinese proverb goes, “you cant wake someone that’s pretending to be asleep”

    • bleak says:

      I like the one from Sonny Tzu in the Art of War.

      “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.

      If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat.

      If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.

  17. mik says:

    James: “You see, the truth about 9/11 is as remarkably simple as it is incredibly powerful. We were lied to about 9/11.”

    Yes, very simple.
    It should be powerful too, but it seems to me it is not. Probably this comes from default position: politicians lie most of the time, it’s just like this…tell me something new.

    Lying nowadays is not a thing, people do this all the time, make up excuses for it and are surprisingly ready to accept excuses and get over it.
    Once upon a time honor was a thing. Maybe it still is, but not in the West.
    I think at the end it boils down to values, to their non existence.

  18. J.P. Wheeler says:

    “We can build towers of our own…” eloquent James, keep up the great writing buddy!!

    Have an awesome night!

  19. Mungjam says:

    Brilliant, James, as always. What becomes abundantly clear in this world heist, is the flaw in the human psyche to stand in its own power. Here we go again, we are enthralled with an election and great hopes that a leader/hero may emerge to wipe away our problems so we don’t have to, and can return to our old familiar ways. Which we know were full of lies and bondage, but most importantly we felt safe. So long as we continue to fix the square wheel with the same spokes it will never roll round. I fear the current paradigm will need to deconstruct beyond recognition before people are willing to imagine and embrace alternatives. But even then humanity will not free itself unless we learn how to stand in our individual powers and values.

  20. TimmyTaes says:

    Great beginning, “Half my life living in the shadows of those shattered towers.” Yes, you’ve lived half your life in a life of half freedoms. I knew the real? free world? I was born during the Korean War. It’s all crap.
    Blood not banners seems to be the only way and I don’t want that way.
    I tried opting out when I was young. Didn’t work. We are all linked. So… do we excise the evil ones or not? For to do so makes us evil as well.
    There is no way out of this dilemma except death.

    • mkey says:

      How sure can we be that death is a way out? Maybe it’s just the final deception.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Death. The final deception! THIS is the voyage of the slaveship Enterprise! it’s timeless mission: to escape strange new world orders, to seek out new conscious life and new civilizations, To boldly go where all man has gone before!

        la laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa la la la la la laaaaaaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

        • mkey says:

          There’s a lot of people out there (I’m not inferring anything here against anyone in particular) hoping for a sweet release of death who might find themselves very much surprised.

          Considering some things we know about the golden rule and how the universe operates, I would find that “surprise” to be very much fitting. All the while conforming that fate is indeed not without a sense of irony.

          To be accurate, I do not deem fate to be something that is predetermined, not at all.

          • nosoapradio says:

            Well… I’m a bit of a slow study… I need to make all of the easily avoidable mistakes, fall into all of the traps, have my nose rubbed into my chronic silliness before finally seeing the light.

            And I am now learning through hard-won experience, what I knew very well in theory intellectually (which means not very well at all in my case) the old cliché but nevertheless true adage that says essentially;

            You can escape a lot of stuff but you can’t escape yourself.
            Which is fortunately, not an entirely unpleasant lesson to learn.

            Somewhat of a fashion victim, I find myself edging towards rather new age/pseudo-quantum views of energy and frequencies, cosmic planes (not the ones flying into cosmic towers) and other dimensions…

            The nurse attending my dying mother who’d suffered a massive stroke and who was in a coma told me when I called the Massachusetts hospital from France for news of her condition that she had, a few minutes earlier, sat up almost straight with her eyes wide open as if she were staring at something with awe and amazement…

            about an hour after my phone call with the funny effeminate talkative male nurse she died.

            And I’ve always wondered if indeed she had seen something in her mind’s eye…

            I’m now under the impression that when you “pass”, you do not pass into oblivion as I’d been brought up to believe but

            into the pure experience of your own energy within that of the energetically teeming cosmos.

            You live what you essentially are in a more condensed and intense way…

            So in the biblical tradition you sort of reap what you sow… before continuing on to evolve and grow.

            I’m very sad that my youngest child (18) decided to go with his father to be injected

            but, on good days, I’m confident that every being in the cosmos contributes and is learning and evolving to the glory of the conscious force of creation.

            Sunny Sundays and chocolate chip mint ice cream have this effect on me…

            • mkey says:

              My point of view is that this is a test. You fail, you go right back. Harder you fail, harder the experience for everyone. It’s a shared experience that every time starts from anew.

              The lesson is: there is no way around, below, above or to the side. The only way is through, the only modality is kicking and screaming.

              I would say we have a LOT of repeat offenders, a lot of them getting surprised every time around.

              • nosoapradio says:

                You mean we’re all sorta in that movie “Groundhog Day” and that we all have to come round like the main character in that movie did? Sorta like all the other characters he was dealing with were also going through a Groundhog Day (no NPCs (to mix my media)) and some learned and some didn’t? So everyone starts all over again?
                Until we all “pass” and then…? We all move onto a higher plane like the children in Childhood’s End?

              • mkey says:

                No, not like that. In the move the guy had to stop being a dick. It is a million times harder to do the introspection required to understand what it is that makes us act the way we act and then even harder to do something about it.

                To reprogram our lymbic brain, to put it bluntly. Just to come to a realization about it is not even a start, it’s a first step toward the starting position.

                I wouldn’t not say that everyone is tossed back in for another go, only those who fail miserably at their mission. And there are many ways to fail, with the goal being as nebulous as it is.

                The guy in the movie also had the advantage of getting stuck in a single day, limiting the possibilities considerably. Imagine getting stuck in a life cycle, in differing geographical locations with an always different historical frame reference, with varying levels of ongoing turmoil.

                Even if one wasn’t completely unaware of the cycle, the one point point of view would not be very conducive to reach the goal any sooner.

                To that extent, maybe watch the movie “The man from Earth”.

              • vadoum says:

                This topic is older than days of yor; here’s a master cultural bridger that can help to bring us up to speed with the many ways one can wait for godot while juggling meaning, mystery and the mundane; wishing you both peace of mind


                (alan watts, “reincarnation explained”, 33mins)

              • TimmyTaes says:

                mkey; define “fail”.

              • mkey says:

                I don’t know what’s the mission and therefore I don’t know what’s the success criteria.

                I would venture to say that success does not involve being an ignorant fool, however, therefore to fail miserably one simply would need to kling on to their ignorant ways. That is, they would make the transition from being nescient (as a child) to being ignorant (as an adult child).

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              nosoapradio says:
              “I’m now under the impression that when you “pass”, you do not pass into oblivion as I’d been brought up to believe….”

              I understand that.
              Something “non physical” can not be measured in the physical universe.

              There is an essence.
              Something animates the body.
              There is an awareness which observes the thoughts and images held in the mind.

              • scpat says:

                This topic fascinates me greatly. The ponderings that I feel the need to answer but never can. I guess that’s the mystery of existence.

            • TimmyTaes says:

              nosoapradio; Your last sentence was brilliant! Thanks.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            mkey says:
            There’s a lot of people out there (I’m not inferring anything here against anyone in particular) hoping for a sweet release of death who might find themselves very much surprised.

            From my personal memory’s perspective, there is something very profound to that statement.

            • vadoum says:

              A clever woman told me, “sort out your questions here, because the next chapter is harder and much longer, what we do here sets up how things will go there but”

              • TimmyTaes says:

                vadoum; The Garlic Lady used to shout out at the local Farmer’s Market, “Where is the truth? Where is the beauty?”
                She never married. Never owned a TV or computer. She was fit, thin, and disappointed.
                I hope she found her truth and beauty in the Beyond.

      • TimmyTaes says:

        mkey; If death is a deception, how do you know it is the final one? I’ve seen dead people. They don’t look deceived, they look deceased.

    • wolfgang says:

      The certainty of death (in my view) is the liberation in this unique life we live: to be honest and courageous and not letting anyone tell you what to think and do (if you feel like it, please check out this song + lyrics: https://klamm.bandcamp.com/track/death-worship).
      If the boundaries of death are broken (they are shifted further and further and the definition of life is changed by digital technology, not only in messing with our nucleid acid code, but also by transcribing everything into multiplicable bits and bytes…), which is the ultimate wet dream of the transhumanists, this would in my eyes be the realization of endless tyranny…

  21. robert.t says:

    No. I’m going to disagree.

    Dwelling on the 9/11 details, sifting, disagreeing on those details…these were and are critical. What may be old to some may be new to others. The impossible speed of jetliners at sea level, the impossible manoeuvre to shave the grass just in front of the accounts section, the impossible damage, the impossible disintegration of the plane, the impossible Pentagon defence and recording failures…these “details” were once new to me. They raised my very first doubts and are still all I’d need.

    Yes, I have a problem with the people who claim to know when they should be content to wonder. I agree that fact and contemplation of fact should prevail over pet theory and ego. Yet I’m surprised not at how often the critical “details” are raised but how seldom. Why do we talk of the fall/demolition of the three towers without observing that building 7 fell in a completely different manner to buildings 1 and 2 (and 6, for that matter)? Building 7 looked like any conventional implosion, as described by Danny Jowenko. Why is this not discussed? Too much dwelling on old “detail”?

    I already have land and privacy etc. But what is the point of gardening and exchanging when I’m a sitting duck for the permanent state and its foul agenda. They could legislate or burn me out in a day. Move to a sympathetic region or country? That’s like assembling the sitting ducks in a row. What about a few alarmist media slots about the dangers of organic gardening and the public’s right to protection from some mysterious hippie disease? Think that would be hard for the globally consolidated media which brought us C19?

    No. Mass skepticism and rejection of the globster agenda is what we need. It means persuading as many as possible while co-operating as little as possible. It means willingness to be or at least to sound negative. Details, when not distorted, are the key. Details can be good. Negative can be good.

    I’ve just come back from a delicious stroll through my own bamboo forest. But if someone wants to live in a city and play pinball for hours in a pub that person should be free to go on with that life. This is not about alternative lifestyles. It’s about killing a giant lie.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Wow. You took the words straight out of my… uh… off my … from

      WELL SAID!!

      no more either/or but “and/ and”?

    • mkey says:

      I’m glad at least someone is ditching the inaccurate “deep state” nomenclature for the less conspiratorial sounding, more readly obvious and obviously more accurate adjective, “permanent”.

      I think the details James was refering to related to people who are already aware that they took the bait and, instead of working on getting unhooked with least possible tissue damage, are now debating the color and texture of the bait and how to best avoid it the next time. All the while ignoring the hook that is beeing swallowed deeper and deeper.

      What do you do with the bamboo? Do you harvest it for a specific use or do you grow just for the sake of growing it? Some time back I had a small bamboo plant sitting in a planter. That fella took quite a lot of neglect before giving in.

      • robert.t says:

        My slant is that the bloke who lives in a noisy city and likes to hang around in the pub can be a far nicer and better father, son, brother, husband, employer or employee than me. Let him have the city and the pub. He doesn’t need someone with a ponytail and medallion offering an alternative life-style in the rural boonies or a higher set of values. But he does need to know of the freedom instantly available at the click of the switch that says OFF. And I need to tell him about Building 7, just in case he hasn’t heard and even if he thinks I’m a wanker for talking about it. He might even call me negative!

        My bamboo is moso, common in China and Japan. It forms open forest, clear at ground level with fine leaf litter. This part of Australia will support full growth (ground to 100′ in seven weeks) but the uneven climate (this is Oz!) means you can get overwhelmed with new growth one spring and get nothing the next. One can do all kinds of things with it but I’m at an age when I just want to enjoy. The recent attention to moso thanks to this famous clip with 60 million + views means my property has more resale value…(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTejJnrzGPM)

        But who wants to sell?

        • mkey says:

          Never heard of that channel and never seen such a long stream of 10M+ view videos.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Wow! Thanks so much for sharing this. I envy you with that Moso Bamboo.

          Over the decades, I’ve experimented with different varieties of bamboo in North Texas. I strained extremely hard to get my “Moso” to grow, but it finally succumbed after a harsh winter. I tried Vivax and Nigra Henon, but they didn’t fair well either. Alphonse Karr did okay, but I don’t like the way it looks. I ended up sticking with “Golden Bamboo” or “Black Stripe” because it always works in North Texas. It spreads like any grass. I spent days digging a trench and lining it with a wall of thin metal sheeting. The sheeting was to prevent the bamboo from overtaking the neighbor’s yard on the other side of the cedar fence.

          November 2015 – A 75 year old bamboo grower who lives on a south Chinese island Hainan (near Vietnam) came to our North Texans for 9/11 Truth meeting while he was in town for a few days. He had been a long time group member. He once owned a bamboo farm in Louisiana, but sold it and moved to China. I think this was his previous farm ~~WWW bamboogardensla.com/
          Here he is with the mega-huge variety: sinicus

          He had bone cancer myeloma for the past 6 years and had been taking GcMAF. In 2015, GcMAF was not readily available in the US, but could be acquired overseas in various places. 8 American Doctors (and also more staff members) were found dead within a 30 day period that past summer of 2015…they were involved with GcMAF research and delivery. ~~WWW naturalhealth365.com/gcmaf-holistic-doctors-1508.html
          So, it was fascinating to hear the facts first hand from someone who was currently taking GcMAF and someone who had knowledge of bamboo.

          • Alchemist says:

            I don’t remember the details, it was 7 yrs ago, but I recall the European facility that made GcMAF was raided by secret service. Do you know if it’s still being made anywhere or is it now illegal?

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              No. I don’t know. I would think that it is still being made somewhere. If there is a demand, eventually the void of supply often gets filled.
              The Bamboo guy would go to Thailand to get his GcMAF treatments.

              During our conversation that evening on the covered patio of Barbec’s restaurant, he told me that he flew into the U.S. with his suitcase containing needles and GcMAF. He said that customs didn’t bother him. He was just another crusty old man.

              India is known for making a vast array of prescription type drugs. Years ago, I once bought some antibiotics and anti-aging drugs from India on the black market with bitcoin. It was quite a covert and complex scenario of back-n-forth emails, but the package did arrive at my house in the U.S.

    • Robert send me a message (with your e-mail) at my website and we can discuss some important details you mention in your post. We are of the same wavelength.

  22. quetzalcoatl says:

    Excellent post James. I must admit that I too have been going down lots of little rabbit holes – virus theory vs terrain theory, efficacy of masks, virus isolation issues and the like. I even saw your name mentioned on an Off Guardian comment wondering where you stood on the virus or no virus debate. In this episode you make it very clear that these issues are the side show that will derail us and that we need to look at the big picture: Are you for or against the introduction of the biosecurity state ! If put like that, I don’t imagine there being many takers !!
    Thank you for a clear, non ambiguous message that we can hopefully disseminate ammong our normy friends !

    • nosoapradio says:

      I admire your tenacity in trying to convert what you call your “normy” friends. In my experience the question

      Are you for or against the introduction of the biosecurity state !

      is one that preaches to the choir. The words “biosecurity” and “state” are music to most people’s ears and make them feel all warm and runny inside. They feel protected and like they belong.

      But good luck! I’m sure you’ll have more success than I did because it’s patently impossible to have less.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I liked reading your comment. Thanks.

      quetzalcoatl says:
      “In this episode you make it very clear that these issues are the side show that will derail us and that we need to look at the big picture…

  23. A57 says:

    There is a word for what your saying and it’s “clusterfuck”.

    Scooby do wop wop ba be bop waaaaaaaaa…


    love, happy, sunshine, compassion


  24. Alchemist says:

    Thank you, James. They’ve thrown so many distractions at us and since we’re naturally inclined to research everything, we’ve taken the bait. Does it matter right now if there’s really a virus or what poisons are in the shot? No. It does matter and should be discussed after we make it through this mess, but right now we should be focused on survival, how to rebuild if/when given the opportunity, and shifting our perspective to find inner peace during the chaos. We already know what this is… no need to be spending our precious time dissecting every aspect. Life is short. Rejoice in this day and do what makes you happy.

  25. mkey says:

    This is a interesting twatt by Gina Carano. Apparently she’s aiming at the year when experts held that HIV was transmitted over the air. I really ought read Jon Rappoport’s book, AIDS inc. There’s probably a lot of “similarities”.


  26. WAYNED says:

    Still listening. Perhaps most powerful, concise statements of factual basis for convictions, with immediate effect. Investigation allows the perpetrators and those furthering the lies to remain in power. How did that work out for everyone demanding investigation of Kennedy’s assassination? It was a coup, and now those perpetrators are continuing a long-term drive towards inhumanity. Every structure resembles its foundations. Sometimes you have to figure out how far down to go before you find you have the structure in place to start over and maybe really have that republic we were told we were given… Nothing in the Constitution is given, it’s innate to us. Never went away. Dorothy, you can get home muc easier than you ever realized. This is the consistent message of Mr Corbett, and by the 9 minute mark had to pause to take it all in, to enjoy the expression of my own feelings, finding myself nodding in agreement with every word and the absolute conviction. to continue..

  27. yanm says:

    Awesome text once again James ! Arigato gozaimasu sensei !

  28. scpat says:

    I’m feeling inspired. Thank you, James.

  29. luderon says:

    Sorry James, but I couldn’t disagree more with your analogy between the planes’ existence and that of viruses. Those who claim that there is a new virus can’t show a single shred of evidence. Maybe in the context of the Great Reset Agenda and the destruction of civil rights and liberties it’s not the most important point, and I agree with you on that, but from a medical, scientific, and moral perspective it is. As Jon Rappoport has pointed out many times, the virus is the great lie, the coverup, the phantom culprit used to hide all the crimes perpetrated by governments and corporations and keep the true causes of illness and death away from the public.

    Excellent video anyway. Keep up the good work.

  30. matthew.l says:

    An alternative view.

    While I think James is largely correct in his critique of the media portrayals of both 9/11 and the scamdemic my day today interactions point to a spectrum that most people fall in in regards to their beliefs about the credibility of the government story Lines before 9/11 and the current fraud. It should also be said that while hardliners regarding any particular opinion in these matters can be found everywhere most people in my experience are somewhat flexible in their belief systems.

    Finally I think it really needs to be said, the general failure of this scamdemic in that it has from the beginning and to this day a large world wide active populace that simply refuses to believe in it. I live just outside a large Capital city in the north east of the United States in other words the deep blue and as long as you are not actually in the City or in a building you can largely mask or not. This was obviously a bit more difficult during the first six months of stupid what it was done by many.

    Obviously this man-made crisis is a crime against humanity in the vain of the terror wars and the populace is largely impotent to directly challenge the state nor should they as it inevitably turns into the justification for the next crackdown, however I don’t think anyone in recent memory has seen a narrative fall apart as thoroughly as this Covid scam.

    I would implore everyone to try and have more empathy for the Normies wherever they maybe, opinions change.

  31. HomeRemedySupply says:

    to Episode 408 – 9/11 Truth: Lessons Learned?

    Published on 9/20/2021
    Interview 1661 – James Corbett Talks 9/11 and Biosecurity on the Global Research News Hour
    (with transcripts)

    via GlobalResearch.ca: James Corbett talks to Michael Welch of the Global Research News Hour about 9/11 Truth at 20 years old and the transition from Homeland Security to biosecurity.

    This is a really good interview!

  32. 8Gc58 says:

    Thank you, James. You are a master of words.

  33. lsja says:

    I completely agree with James. The problem boils down to whether people have the capacity for taking authority into themselves. Movements like A&E for 9/11 Truth just substitute one source of externalized authority for another. The government has betrayed us, but the scientists will fix the problem! Except it never works that way. As long as there’s dependency on externalized authority, every movement can and will be infiltrated and neutralized, as A&E for 9/11 Truth was, from the beginning. James is advocating for, and modeling, internalization of authority. Hopefully, we will realize that this is the task before us, and take the challenge seriously.

  34. Ethan Hunter says:

    Bravo James!

    Indeed, I quote again R. Buckminster Fuller:

    “You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
    To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”

    Let’s, indeed, build new models.

  35. Newspeak says:

    Thank you James for all your hard work on exposing the seemingly endless lies that intricately permeate the very fabric of our “modern” world.
    Have we learned a lesson you say? If the lesson is “How to pull off the biggest false flag event in the history of the world and get away with it”, then yes, we have learned a lesson.
    A 47 story steel and concrete building collapsed symmetrically to the ground in 7 seconds because of “office fires”. My first thought when I saw this was: that is impossible. The fact that seemingly most of the world simply accepted what the talking heads spouted as truth, and simply moved on, is actually when I realized(red pill swallowed) that the general population are low informed followers that will believe anything they are told. The fact that the US “government” completely got away with it with absolutely no repercussions, does not give me any hope whatsoever that they will not get away with their current agenda also. If we can all agree that “Those who tell the stories(Mainstream Narrative) rule society”(Plato), is it even possible to effect real change under these conditions? I don’t know. Those behind the puppets, who hold the real power in the world, have been at this a long time. Having read almost half of “Tragedy and Hope” by Carroll Quigley(wish me luck on finishing!) has helped me understand this more than ever. If they control our minds, they have already won. Thank you to Everyone out there who are actively seeking and sharing the Truth every day.

  36. Olga says:

    Look at the amount of interest today in how to deal with narcissists and other toxic people in one’s personal life (hint: bottom line is ‘no contact’). If one can cut oneself off from toxic parents or other family members (this is becoming less and less a social taboo), why not from a toxic system? This is one way of looking at the idea of forming our own independent social structures. It seems to me a natural extension of the individuation process.

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