Occupy Tucson, Occupy Wall Street / Are they in Denial? | 9/11 Truth

Last night I went to a meeting with occupy Tucson, a branch of occupy Wall Street. I was curious about their reluctance to accept the evidence showing that 9/11 was done by controlled demolition. I couldn’t understand their reluctance, and I wanted to talk to them about it. Now I know what the problem is: Denial!

They accept the official version of WTC7 collapse, disregarding the fact that fires can’t bring a skyscraper down in less than 7 seconds, because it is against their most cherished belief: our government is our protector; it couldn’t have done that.

Licensed clinical psychologist Robert Hopper, Ph.D., explains: “9/11 Truth challenges some of our most fundamental beliefs about our government and about our country. When beliefs are challenged or when two beliefs are inconsistent, cognitive dissonance is created. 9/11 Truth challenges [our] beliefs that our country protects and keeps us safe and that America is the ‘good guy.’ When this happens, fear and anxiety are created. In response, our psychological defenses kick in [to] protect us from these emotions. Denial, which is probably the most primitive psychological defense, is the one most likely to kick in when our beliefs are challenged.”

I recommend my readers to read the whole article here:  Psychology Experts Speak Out: “Why is the 9/11 Evidence Difficult for Some to Accept?” 

Not accepting this evidence, the fact that there is evil intention in the ruling 1%, will render the movement easy prey for them. Justice must be done. We must clean house in order to be able to establish a government by the people and for the people.

The official account of 9/11 has been rejected by more than a dozen professional organizations, including Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth (with over 1,700 professional members), Scientists for 9/11 TruthFirefighters for 9/11 TruthLawyers for 9/11 TruthMedical Professionals for 9/11 TruthPilots for 9/11 TruthPolitical Leaders for 9/11 TruthMilitary Officers for 9/11 Truth, and Intelligence Officers for 9/11 Truth. Please check what they have to say.

A Picture does not Say a Thousand Words: Part 2 | Tucson, AZ | Occupy

In order to give you an accurate picture of a Palo Verde in bloom I had to enhance the photo with iPhoto. And still the photo doesn’t do the tree justice. A blooming Palo Verde is not just a beautiful tree; it sparkles; it beams. This is as close as I could get with my iPhoto. Oh well, you will have to visit the Sonoran Desert during spring sometime.

Blooming Palo Verdes

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My pad in Tucson, in days long past. Remodeled!

The Occupy Tucson movement was recently evicted from De Anza Park, but they are still going strong. I am following them on Twitter. This is their blog: http://www.occupytucson.org/

Tomorrow I’ll visit the Tucson Weekly to see if they’d like to do a review for me. After all, the book has local interest.

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