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The Truthman Show: Is Reality Locked in a Detention Camp?Dr. Kevin Barrett Salem-New.com
The murdered passengers, like the people blown to smithereens in the Towers, and the millions killed in the Middle East, are still around, watching, mutely urging us to get them some justice and liberate their spirits.
(SUNDANCE, Wyoming) - Propaganda strategy deployed against 9/11 truth: Build walls around it to prevent contagion of the illusion-dwelling masses; divide-and-conquer various truther factions by driving wedges and confining each faction to its own ghetto. In short, build a hermetically-sealed prison, and lock the truth inside.
In the film The Truman Show - possibly inspired by Philip K. Dick’s novel Time Out of Joint – an ordinary guy begins to notice his own life exuding a faintly sinister whiff of artificiality. It turns out that Truman’s life is a reality TV show, his neighborhood a sort of stage set doubling as a detention camp. And he, the star, is the only prisoner; everyone else just works there.
This idea resonates with us because we all live in illusory worlds constructed for our benefit by mind-control experts – starting with advertisers and public relations specialists, but including psychological warfare experts who brag that they’re an empire now, so they create their own reality. Every time we are exposed to an advertisement or a Fox “news” piece, we are the star of a little show constructed for our benefit (or detriment) by the advertiser or propagandist. And we normally are unconscious of the whole process.
In this sense, each of us is a prisoner, walled off from reality by those who would keep us ignorant. Truth, reality, the real world – it all lies outside, beyond the prison walls constructed around our consciousness.
But what if it were the other way around? What if those who know the truth were imprisoned in a detention camp, while the “reality” outside was a gigantic illusion?
Someone left a comment on one of my posts yesterday that may or may not be true, but is at least a disturbingly wonderful metaphor. It addresses the biggest cliché ever offered by those desperately seeking to defend their delicate psyches against the horror of what was done to us on 9/11: “So what happened to the passengers?”
Here is the comment:
Prison camps were constructed and these camps house prisoners that “know too much”. Most of the pawns of the conspiracy and alleged passengers of the 9/11 airplanes were removed prior to attack and eventually transferred to these camps. Those that were not cooperative were incinerated in furnaces built by Halliburton. Anyone who is not part of the regular entourage of movers & shakers, and be so subversive to willingly participate in plans of mass homicide, could not be trusted to keep their mouth shut, so they were relocated to these DHS “residential center” camps. They are allowed all the luxuries of daily life, even procreation, but have no access with the outside world. (Imagine being a kid and growing up with your parents in an institution completely cut off from the outside world. What a mind fuck.) Anyway; information is piped in but no communication exits the residential center. The “fusion centers” monitor the activities and communications of the “residential centers”, as well as monitoring activities of the outside world.
In 2002, privileged access was achieved to a DHS database through a few known exploits in vulnerable systems on employee networked machines. From that access it was learned that at least 22 of the names of the supposed dead airline passengers coincided with names of residents staying in these residential centers (at the time they were just referred to as DHS facility addresses). This information was never made wildly public because a series of crimes was committed to attain the information (Wikileaks did not exist yet), but it was discussed in a multitude of IRC chat rooms on at least Dalnet, Efnet and Undernet. Being a member of the right online community (hackers), or having some skill of your own, one can learn the very same information if they were inclined to go snooping around particular defense networks. If you can get past being populated by skeptical fucked-up losers, the hacker community is renowned for their abilities to find data. Remember, the cake is a lie and so is their tie. Look into it. Beware though; active monitoring has been stepped up in government networks in the last 10 years. With the proper tools, no door remains locked because security does not exist.
Recently, there was an episode of Conspiracy Theory (S02E04) titled “Police State” that just lightly touched on these DHS fusion and residential centers. The show was referring to them as prison/internment camps until a spokesperson at one of the locations claimed it to be a residential center.
Those of us who know the gist of the truth about 9/11 and related topics sometimes wonder whether we are the intended tenants of the currently-empty Haliburton detention camps. Somehow this thought doesn’t really scare me. If it came to that, I’d rather be on the same side of the barbed wire with all the interesting people.
Which leads to an interesting question: If those who know the truth are walled off from the outside world, which is the real prison: The inside or the outside?
If they put all the truthers except me in a camp, I’d start planning my escape from “reality” by tunneling IN.
Another creepily stimulating aspect of the above scenario is the suggestion that we need to break open 9/11 truth to liberate the people who booked tickets on those four planes, but ended up in cargo containers being shipped to detention camps. Come on, truthers, get to work! Free Barbara Olson!
To tell you the truth, I find this scenario improbable. I think they probably threw ALL the potentially problematic people into Haliburton furnaces, not just the ornery ones. Keeping them alive in camps, tracked by computerized records, would be way too risky.
But I do think we need to go all-out for 9/11 truth in order to liberate these people…not from detention camps, but from their equivalent in the afterlife. The murdered passengers, like the people blown to smithereens in the Towers, and the millions killed in the Middle East, are still around, watching us from the other world, mutely urging us to get them some justice and liberate their spirits.
Lets get out there and knock down those walls.
Dr. Kevin Barrett is the author of three books including the new revised edition of Questioning the War on Terror: A Primer for Obama Voters, which deconstructs the "war on terror" through Socratic questioning. A Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist, he has taught languages, literature, humanities, religious studies, and folklore at colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad.
Blacklisted from teaching at the University of Wisconsin since 2006, Dr. Barrett has recently worked as a talk radio host, author, public speaker, and congressional candidate. One of the best-known critics of the War on Terror, Dr. Barrett has appeared on Fox, CNN, PBS, ABC-TV, and Unavision, and has been the subject of op-eds and feature stories in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, and other publications. Dr. Barrett hosts two talk radio shows, one on a liberal and the other on a conservative network, and runs the website TruthJihad.com. He lives in rural Wisconsin with his wife, two children, and a dog named after Salman Rushdie. Learn more about Kevin Barrett by visiting truthjihad.com. Read more of Kevin's work by visiting: questioningthewaronterror.com
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