Ok, I guess i should preface by saying I was aware that 9-11 was an inside job the day it happened. But that's only because I was fortunate enough to understand false flag terrorism by that point in my life. So when it all went down that day, it all seemed real shady and anyone who was really paying attention and understood false flag events started putting the pieces together right away. But at that point, September of 2001, not many people were talking about it being an inside job at all. As a matter of fact i would get torn to pieces on message boards for even suggesting anything like it. And in public i got treated just as bad. I would be called anti-American and called a traitor to my country, a terrorist, etc. Living in America and seeing the fervor of patriotism, or should I say, pseudo-patriotism, that swept over this nation, that consumed it, in fact...and have to watch it like an observer, was quite an experience.
It was like being in a bad movie over here, the first few years after 9-11. You knew the plot, but everyone was walking around you clueless to it. Sheep off to the slaughter. "How dare you mention a ruse here." "How dare you even think badly about your govt." And you could plead and scream for people to pay attention, but it wasn't happening.
So over the course of 7 years, sure more people woke up, but most our American freedoms were swept away in the process. Not all of them obviously, but damn well enough to be repulsive to anyone who knew better. Serious serious damage to our constitution.
But still.....7 years later, I cannot believe 9-11 is TO THIS DAY under wraps. With the MOUNTAINS OF EVIDENCE, it's still not disclosed!!!!!!!!!!!! There's been enough proof to spark a real investigation YEARS AGO. Documentaries have been handed out to congressman for years on 9-11 being an inside job, certainly the matter could have received honest debate.
But my question to my brothers and sisters on the other side of the Atlantic is this:
What were your personal and social perspectives on America over the last 7 years? What did you see on your TV's? What were the conversations with your friends like at home or at work? Did you feel as sorry for America as I did? Did you feel like shouting: "Wake up! You're being duped!"? Were you like, "These crazy Americans are trying to take over the world!!!!" ;)
Interesting from my point of view to be inside my nation and watch it implode on itself over the last decade. And watch my fellow American citizens ignore the implosion around themselves. But thankfully many have awakened. The rest will awaken, soon enough, if that is their destiny.
Well, I would really appreciate any input.
Peace my friends. :)