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911, the truth, and you

truther nuts?

 Are they really nuts?

Many reports and much of the information coming to light about 9/11 contradict the “official” media supported explanations. When we are confronted with evidence that we were lied to by those we trusted, it causes us psychological pain. When we feel pain our coping mechanisms kick in.

When our beliefs about the world and our place in it are challenged, fear and anxiety are very normal reactions. The bigger the challenge to your belief system, the higher the levels of anxiety and fear you will experience. And the system controllers know this.

Contrary to what many may have told you, the truth does not always come dressed up in bliss and angelic choirs. Yes, the truth can set us free, but first it might scare the hell out of us.

The video at the link below, created by psychologists, may help to bring you a better understanding of your own personal emotions surrounding the events of 9/11.

video about cognitive dissonance surrounding the events of 9/11

Thanks to FlickrJunkie for the face image via Creative Commons  license.

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