Circulation Request Letter: Please circulate 911 and Imperial Mobilization Redux By Zahir Ebrahim

Please circulate — 911 and Imperial Mobilization Redux

Hello –

Please circulate my newest exposition geared towards the mainstream ‘United We Stand’ crowd who know something is wrong in America, but can’t rightly put their finger on it as they lose their homes and their skirts to the sacred altars of 9/11 and the ‘War on Terror’, and who, lamentably enough, also don’t wish to tread into the ‘conspiracy’ jungle where only forensic knowledge and deep intelligence lurks. It has always been a problem how to explain complex matters of Machiavellian statecraft to the “crowd of simpletons and the credulous” (Mein Kampf). The war-mongers use incessant propaganda to get them to ‘United We Stand’. How can one undo that? Ignoring the ‘Uncle Toms’ and the co-opted, as well as the ‘Uber Learned’ and the hare-brained, here is my commonsensical Socratic attempt to (once again) try and reach the vast majority of good peoples who trusted their government when they blithely washed their hands in the blood of innocent civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq:

http://bloghumanbeingsfirst.wordpress.com/2010/09/16/911-and-imperial-mobilization-redux-by-zahir-ebrahim/

And for those detractors who believe that ‘War on Terror’ is real because there is a real enemy out there, that the attack on 9/11 was a Blowback from Al-Qaeeda due to America’s subversive meddling in other nations affairs as Congressman Ron Paul and his supporters do, or, that while Bin Laden did indeed attack America but America’s response was outright criminal as Noam Chomsky and his acolytes do, may prefer to first look at What is War on Terror?:

http://humanbeingsfirst.wordpress.com/hot/

All it is is a weekend’s worth of due diligence. Western Intelligence and Western intellectualism aren’t necessarily the same thing – one is supreme in its mission, the other, when it is not sharing in the same mission, is simply pathetic!

Thank you.

Zahir Ebrahim | Project Humanbeingsfirst.org



 

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