The time to be polite is long gone, we’ve been insane with blindness, we’ve been insane from the start not to see that 9/11 was the sheer fraud that it was, a murderous, a purposely self inflicted wound delivered to scare us mental defectives into total acquiescence, no, it was embraced with total eagerness.
That is some of what you’ll see on one page of Professor Eric Larsen‘s book, The Skull of Yorick: The Emptiness of American Thinking At A Time of Great Peril. Studies In the Cover Up of 9/11. Why is this important? According to Professor Larsen, clear exposure of the truth about 9/11 is the only way to stop the wholesale plunder and destruction in the United States. Is that possible, everyday, hopeful hearts and minds tune into progressive media sources and trust the content is sincere, and honest.
Professor Larsen says, even those media outlets have gatekeepers. It’s not news to listeners, but acknowledging the people who continue to cover up the reality and truth of what happened on September 11, 2001 is the first step to break free of the systematic take down. Professor Larsen describes the subtle and creepy cover ups in the progressive media and intellectual circles that continues to imprint itself into history.
Many understand that censorship exists within progressive media, just as advertisers will pull their support from commercial media outlets based on certain content being broadcast.
How would the hearts and minds that trust progressive media such as the New York Times, National Public Radio respond if they were aware that their trusted source of information is manipulating them, broadcasting half truths and full blown lies.
Professor Eric Larsen, is the author of many books including A Nation Gone Blind: America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit. and The Skull of Yorick: The Emptiness of American Thinking At A Time of Great Peril. Studies In the Cover Up of 9/11. Professor Larsen has a PhD in English from the University of Iowa and joined the English Department of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, in the City University of New York. Check out Oliver Open Press