Despite best efforts of government 9/11 still unsettles many
Last night's Super Bowl has had the unintended consequence of bringing the 9/11 terror attacks back into the forefront of the public mind. The controversy began several months ago, when Seattle Sea Hawks coach Pete Carroll began voicing doubts about the nonsensical, official 9/11 conspiracy theory pushed by the US government and mainstream media. Carroll put many of the official conspiracies incongruities and alternate theory's to a retired, four star General Peter Chiarelli, a former US army Chief of Staff.
Then a post game press conference with a player was interrupted by a protester who grabbed the players micro-phone and stated that "9/11 was perpetrated by people within our own (US) government". This is indeed a brave man, as the US today is a very dangerous place to speak out about such issues. However Pete Carroll, is no doubt in greater jeopardy as he is a person of such high profile. Take the case of Philip Marshall, who was a former pilot and author "The Big Bamboozle" found in February, 2013 shot dead in an apparent suicide after killing his 14 year old daughter, 17 year old son and the family dog. As reported in "Veterans today" former NSA officer Wayne Madsen was convinced beyond any doubt after a week long investigation at the scene, that the deaths were the result of a "black operation".
So many other "9/11 truthers" have had short lifespans, one for example was Minnesota senator, Paul Wellstone, who after virulently opposing the Iraq war and having been personally threatened by US vice president, Dick Chenney to end this opposition and "stop poking into 9/11" died in a plane crash under extremely mysterious circumstances. The official investigation, which cited "weather, pilot error and poor airworthiness of the plane" as the cause of the tragedy was thoroughly discredited by Professors James Fetzer and Don "Four Arrows" Jacobs.
So Pete Carroll will no doubt be under great pressure for the sake of his career, and perhaps much more, to back away from these comments, in particular now he has won the US super bowl. He is in a position to garner more public interest in this topic due to his celebrity status then men such as retired Major General Albert Stubblebine, former commander of the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command, who has also stated that in his personal and professional opinion 9/11 was indeed a false flag terrorist attack.
There are multiple cases of scholars and professionals becoming pariahs, simply for even pointing out the sheer contradictions of the official 9/11 conspiracy theory. However people should be encouraged by this and take heart at the fact that the public are not forgetting the 9/11 false flag, which set in motion a series of events, the reverberations of which, are still very much being felt today in an ever more Orwellian world.