By: Gary Rea (c)copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


In the nearly nine years since September 11, 2001, many millions of Americans have awakened to the reality of government-sponsored false-flag terrorism in their own country and abroad. Many have become aware of the myriad ways in which government and international financial interests have colluded together in partnership to control the world for decades.

Even so, the reality is that, still, the vast majority of Americans are still asleep. The effectiveness of the corporate-owned media and the subterfuge of the false left-right paradigm are often cited as the chief reasons for this, however, there is often one overlooked factor involved and that is the deep-seated belief that all Americans have that they live in a “democracy” (never mind that the founders abhorred democracy and intended a constitutional republican form of government) and enjoy greater freedom than any nation on earth. It is this deep-seated, thoroughly ingrained mythology that is at the root of America’s inability to wake up and see the truth and, of course, it is the result of life-long conditioning that has gone on for generations.

In my own attempts to awaken people to the truth about 9/11 and other government-sponsored crimes, the main obstacle in getting people to see these crimes for what they really are – and to fully comprehend the implications of them – has been the thoroughly ingrained belief of most Americans that their government is what it was portrayed to them as when they were impressionable young children, as well as throughout their lives.

It is the thorough indoctrination by our government-run school system, though, that is first and foremost to blame for this brainwashing, for it is a fact that to mold and steer the opinions of an entire populace it is vital that they be indoctrinated from a very early age. Thus, by the time they reach adulthood, their conditioning will be so complete that any thoughts that their own government might be deliberately spying on, murdering and enslaving its own people will be quickly and forcefully dismissed as irrational thinking.

I know this to be true from my own personal experience on the day of September 11, 2001. That morning, I went home for lunch and watched the TV coverage of the “attack” on the World Trade Center and, as I watched the “collapse” of tower one on live TV, my initial impression – based upon experience in the architectural and engineering field – was that this was a controlled demolition. I even said so, later on that day, to my boss, an architect, and he agreed that this is what it looked like. However, we both eventually dismissed the thought as irrational. Being raised, all our lives, to trust our government, we couldn’t grasp that what we believed was a lie – even in the face of glaring evidence that contradicted everything we’d ever believed.

It is this same intransigent belief system that keeps people the world over from even seeing chemtrails as man-made phenomena. I have had people argue with me that they are clouds innumerable times, now, or that they are just normal jet contrails, when they are so obviously a man-made phenomenon that is totally foreign to our atmosphere. All one has to do is compare their own past recollections of what the sky used to look like in order to see the obvious difference, yet their memory seems too short and too inaccurate to allow it. I doubt that is truly the case, of course. Rather, their minds are being collectively controlled by some means, most likely via subliminal conditioning that is combined with the all-digital television signal that is transmitted into their homes daily.

It has been my own personal experience that this conditioning can be broken, though, by exposure to evidence that is undeniable. Otherwise, I would have never awakened to the truth, myself. The effectiveness of this exposure, however, seems to vary on an individual basis. Some people are more stubborn to admit the truth, even when it is staring them right in the face, than others are. Some people’s minds are so hopelessly and thoroughly entrained by their life-long conditioning that to break it would cause them irreparable psychological damage. It is not an easy thing to realize that everything you thought you knew, that your entire reality as you have known it, is a complete and utter fiction and that you’ve been – along with everyone else – living a lie all your life.

Given this realization, it seems highly doubtful that enough of us will awaken from our trance in time to effectively defeat the myriad ways in which we are being manipulated, but we have to try, for the future of mankind depends upon it.