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Psychologists: Questioning 9/11 Is the Sane Thing To Do

Posted on September 21, 2011 by WashingtonsBlog

The 9/11 Commissioners and congressional investigators into 9/11 themselves don’t believe the government’s description of events.

Much of the world doesn’t believe the official story.

Mental Health Professionals Say that Questioning 9/11 Is the Sane Thing To Do

Many mental health professionals have concluded that the official version of 9/11 is false, and that those who believe the official version suffer from defense mechanisms. For example:

Associate Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Lester Grinspoon, MD
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University Medical Center, as well as Radiology, at Duke University Medical Center D. Lawrence Burk, Jr., MD
Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean of the Graduate School at Ruters University Barry R. Komisaruk

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  One Response to “Psychologists: Questioning 9/11 Is the Sane Thing To Do”

  1. Thanks ‘H’, these psychologists are telling it like it is. Indeed, the official story of 9/11 has been thoroughly investigated by well-educated people, and is false in many respects. It is absurd to believe that 19 people could flawlessly execute such a devastating attack, and denying the hard evidence is indeed a psychological problem.

    9/11 Truth in Wellington has been very successful. I skimmed through Jade’s recent video, in which he reports on your recent exhibition (well done!!). Despite the best efforts of dedicated individuals, many people are still denying the reality of 9/11 and the subsequent wars. Every nation seems to have its own belief system for the sake of pride: New Zealand has “Kiwi ingenuity”; America has “American exceptionalism”; and Russia has “the Russian soul”.

    New Zealanders, with all their “ingenuity” refuse to believe that they have been conned into fighting “other people’s wars”, while Americans insist on believing in their xenophobic 9/11 fantasy and its various denominations (eg. state worship, the Middle-East crusade, believing that America is the best country in the world). Psychology is a very powerful force, and even the sceptics society supports the 9/11 fantasy. Their leader, Vicky Hyde, thought that 9/11 Truth was another silly thing she could attack, thereby allowing herself to feel more intelligent than everybody else. Because NZ911TRUTH’s credibility is so high, Vicky Hyde doesn’t want to mock it, and now she has gone back to easy targets, such as Ken Ring and organised religion. It would be a grand humiliation for Vicky to admit that we have always been right. Clearly, she would rather avoid debating with us. Similarly to Kim Hill, Vicky Hyde believes in ad hominem attacks.

    New Zealanders must continue to spread 9/11 Truth. By doing so, we are applying pressure on the 9/11 cult. Recently at Hoyts I saw a documentary, “Brother Number One”. It’s about Pol Pot committing genocide and murdering over 3 million people (mainly Cambodians). Anyway, some parts of the film stood out to me. Pol Pot and his underlings actually believed that torturing and murdering people would make Cambodia a better country. The maker of the film went to Cambodia within the last couple of years, and interviewed some of the communist believers. Incredibly, a high ranking former naval captain/commander engaged in holocaust denial, claiming that his fabulous regime “only” killed 1 million people. Then he said that Cambodia would be 20 times more advanced if Pol Pot was still around today. Unbelievable!

    No nation can afford its policy to be guided by a delusional belief system. When people indulge in fantasy, denial and sucking up to power, then bad things happen. Nobody can claim “it can’t happen here”, because insanity and delusions can seize control of any nation. The United States is repeating the mistakes of history, and only the truth can save it.

    There really are some backward-minded nutters out there who believe the impossible, in spite of contrary evidence. New Zealanders –and people worldwide– need to get back to reading books and critical thinking. Right now, we have a population of politically and historically ignorant people who believe in a false type of critical thinking; on the Internet, I’ve seen writing guides which advise students to avoid writing essays critical of 9/11. What kind of intellectual cop-out is that?! When analysing and writing, the sky is the limit, but now we have these state worshippers who arrogantly reject anything critical of their world view. Reasoning is a sin when it disproves the political belief system which we love, trust and depend upon.

    9/11 Truth must continue to find supporters, donors and advocates. The future of the world depends upon thinking people.

    For any nation, the first line of defence is knowledge.