Tomorrow is September the eleventh – styled “Nine-Eleven” ever since that day in September, more than 20 years ago. It is styled that way on purpose, for the same reason that the MRNA drug cocktails people have been injected with, most of them under duress, are styled “vaccines.”
Words are how we think. When people think of vaccines, they think of drugs that immunize. That is to say, drugs that will prevent them from getting or spreading a given sickness; i.e., the one they have been “vaccinated” against. How many people would have accepted being “vaccinated” by a drug that they were told, in advance of taking it, would not prevent them from getting the sickness so many dreaded – nor spreading it, to others? Especially in view of the fact that there are definite and dangerous side-effects as well as known effective treatments for the sickness – if you get it – without those side effects?
Hence the need to market what was never a vaccine as that very thing – rather than the thing it actually is.
It is also why the attacks perpetrated on that September day, more than 20 years ago were styled “Nine-Eleven” – phonetically identical to “911.”
As in emergency.
Which, of course, it proved to be. The attacks, themselves, though horrific, were no such thing. This is not to minimize the deaths – nor the destruction – but rather to put the day’s events in context. The attacks – whoever actually perpetrated them – were localized to three areas, New York City, the area just outside Washington, DC – and a field in Pennsylvania.
The rest of the country – which a pretty big place – was not attacked by the EvilDoers that day. That happened next day – and in the days that followed – when a war of terror was waged against the people of this country by its government. Osama Bin Laden and Co. took down three building – if we give them credit for it. The real terrorists took down the country.
It began by terrorizing them, psychologically. And that began by getting them to use words like “Nine-Eleven” – so as to get them think in terms of an emergency whenever the topic of that day’s events came up. So as to get them to accept the necessity of the domestic terrorism that ensued. The eavesdropping on their conversations; the de facto illegalization of privacy, previously regarded as sacrosanct (except in the case of terminating the life of an unwanted child).
And most infamously, the founding of a Heimat Sicherheitsdienst – or Homeland Security Department. It sounds better in the original German. In italics to remind people – most of whom do not know it – that the original version was the internal security apparat created by a fellow named Reinhard Heydrich, who was an SS-Obergruppenfuhrer and also the “protector” of what had been Czechoslovakia . . .
Heydrich’s SD found many “enemies of freedom,” too.
We became the same. Every one of us a presumptive “terrorist” – subjected to terrorism, by terrorists, dressed in blue (Heydrich’s SD men preferred field gray). Forced to take off our shoes, raise our hands and spread our legs. Stand in place while a terrorist touched us in intimate places. Herded, like cattle. This degradation was deliberate – for anyone who wishes to get another person to submit must first succeed in degrading them.
It was wildly successful. Americans, in the main, grew accustomed to submitting to degradations beyond the imagining of most Americans prior to that September day, more than 20 years ago, in the name of which they were conditioned to think urgently – and fearfully – about the emergency that had just happened and which was never going to end, either.
Life resumed but it was never the same. The emergency – etymologically an acute rather than chronic thing – continued. Became normalized. An entire generation – born after that September day, more than 20 years ago – has grown up thinking it is normal for there to be a chronic emergency. That measures heretofore inconceivable are simply the way things are.
Is it any wonder they wore “masks” – when told it was an emergency? Accepted being “locked down” – as if in a prison?
After all, it was an emergency.
It was easy enough to get millions of them “vaccinated,” too. Just tell them it’s . . . an emergency. And don’t tell them that the drugs they are being injected with aren’t vaccines.
They’ll do as they’re told, so long as you can control what they think. And the most effective way to do that is to control the definitions of the words they use to think.
That is the “lesson” of Nine-Eleven.
And, yes, it is an emergency.
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