911 and 77 (21)
by Paul E. Coughlin on 6 November 2012
It seems like the months have been dripping away like a leaky tap (faucet). I note that my last update to this page was in November 2009 and we are now in 2011 - I didn't add anything to this site during 2010, however in the meantime I did keep my eye on the visitors by using ActiveMeter which is the only way I could tell anything at all about visitors, if any, to this site. ActiveMeter is closing down - I'm sorry to see it go so farewell and thanks to the people behind that service. I have just swapped the script on every page to use another similar service and this time I am also making available the visitor stats to anyone who wants to view them.
My web site has been up and running since 2006 and in that time it has had variable priority in my life. The last couple of years I have put it on the back burner but even so I like to check now and again to see who (actually where they are, what country, not 'who') and how many people are visiting and what pages they view. Consistently I don't get repeat visitors. My very low numbers and virtually zero return rates suits my needs. There are several reasons I don't want a popular web site - high numbers make for heavy server requirements and that costs money and high numbers makes for a need to both be attentive to correspondents and towards making regular updates available (and not look like the site's been abandoned!). Also I would much prefer not to attract any attention from those who might see a need to silence me because they consider my articles to be too revealing about what they have been getting up to in recent years, things like 9/11 and 7/7 for example. I've no wish to be on anyone's hit list.
9/11 and 7/7 have plenty of evidence that exposes the truth that is in the open and freely available on the internet so that anyone who wants to know the truth can easily find it. This means that if people in general do not seem to be finding out the truth, and my take on it is that, bar a few individuals, they are definitely not, then it isn't because the evidence is impossible to get at or understand. This availability of essential evidence is a new phenomenon. It is the internet of course that has brought us this new ability to discover some important truth, more specifically it is informational web sites that have brought it and more recently it is things like YouTube.
To me it is very noteworthy that this is the first time in history that this has been possible, for the individual to be able to research conspiracy theories to see what the truth is. Before the WWW the populace at large could never discover for certain the truth behind the rumours of monumental conspiracy.
But despite such easy access that is available to just about anybody it is as if no such information existed.
People just don't want to know and will put up a fight to prevent themselves from finding out!
In the UK I see absolutely no sign that there is any kind of small group awareness of what is really going on and so there is no attention being paid to what I think of as the soft and fluffy nazification of the UK or nazification by stealth, no anonymous stickers, no A4 or A5 posters, nothing.
And that to me says it all really, that there is a semi-conscious, dumb, unthinking or default willingness to cooperate with the creeping evil that is now so well established. Nothing is said and no objections are voiced as the little and big steps are made to degrade the rights of the individual. It seems that people like to talk 'big' but really, in general, they actually just think very 'small' - perhaps they never actually get around to thinking very much at all about very much at all. By this life habit they make a default choice to be ignorant about crucially important things that are going on around them and they disable their power to influence it for the better. The first step in resisting the nazification program is to actually notice that it's taking place.
Despite this new phenomenon, the world wide web, this priceless ability to bypass the controlled information sources that severely curtail what we can discover about important truth that, were we to know it, would help us to grow not just as individuals but as a society and as the current population that has inherited the Earth, we, it's current generation, have chosen to wear blinkers. We blind ourselves by our default choice not to look at the evidence that, for the first time in history, is available to be discovered and examined. I just hope it doesn't all get locked down and put beyond reach (it is difficult of impossible to save a YouTube video that has been released to the public domain to your computer nowadays , for instance).
This may seem downbeat and depressing but even so I also believe that, and this is a fundamental philosophical choice, humanity can and will advance and that the current blindness we jointly agree to suffer (because, it seems, we are too afraid to look at the evidence) is something we will eventually also choose to throw off. I hope I live long enough to see that time arrive.
In the meantime and speaking for myself, my existing free articles (and Bax It!) are my gifts to the world. I don't plan to add any more writings in the foreseeable future, apart from perhaps the odd one now and again just to show that the web site has not been abandoned.
Thank you for visiting and 'good luck' with your own adventure with Truth and Reality.
There are also currently (6 November 2012) 165 more articles for you to choose from here -- a selection of my most recent are listed below. All my articles are readily accessible from the categories list on the right (you may have to scroll back up to the top to see it). Not many people appreciate anything I have written; I get few visitors and almost no return visitors. If you are surprised by that and you do actually appreciate my work here, then please don't assume that you are in the good company of 1,000's or even 100's because the truth is that virtually nothing I have to say has been of any interest. That means, doesn't it, that I am relieved of much obligation to share what I have come to realize is very important truth as no one (almost) has any use for it. That takes a great weight off my shoulders; but it also sends a shiver up my spine too!