Dear Dr. Truth:
I want to be open and real with people about 9/11 and the fake "War on terror." It ain't easy! As mind-bending as 9/11 is, talking with people throws me for loops. I get confused trying to understand people's reactions. What happens when people are confronted with inconvenient truths? And what are good ways to respond?
Curious in California
How many times has this happened to you? You are explaining to someone some of the rational, logical reasons why the official story of 9/11 can’t be true, perhaps explaining how WTC 7 fell in the exact manner of a professionally designed controlled demolition – a job which would typically take many weeks to prepare – when out comes a ‘thought stopper’ phrase like:
“That’s just a conspiracy theory!” or ...“Do you also believe in Big Foot and tin foil hats?” Or perhaps the person gets angry and/or agitated. Facts no longer matter at that point, and you may be able to tell that the person does not want to hear any more.