Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11?

Part 15: The Abuse Syndrome

I often say we are only as sick as our deepest darkest secrets, meaning those things we do not talk about (either with our 'self' or with others) are what psychologically haunts and emotionally disable us. This holds true regardless of whether we are discussing personal problems or cultural taboos and this inner dysfunction scales perfectly to regional, national and even global populations.

Nowhere is this psychological phenomenon more evident than when examining the insanity surrounding all aspects of the false flag attacks of September 11, 2001. Even those who claim to be wide awake carry some sort of long term trauma from that (ongoing) national shock and awe psychological operation. As painful as it may be to scrub an old wound, it is extremely helpful to examine exactly what is ailing the population in general and ourselves specifically.

Please join me in reading Part 15: The Abuse Syndrome from the long term self examination series "Why Do Good People Become Silent-Or Worse-About 9/11?" re-posted from Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.

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