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

[At first I was reluctant to post articles and essays that were not strictly Christian on this website, since I did not want to mingle items that would distract from the ministry of reconciliation to which Jesus has committed us. On second thought, these articles are the perfect response to the the great evil that the US government has visited upon the world in the “9/11” false flag. I commend Frances Shure and the AE911Truth for their diligence and thoroughness in exposing these truths. — Jerry Harmon]

Editor’s Note: Frances Shure, M.A., L.P.C., has performed an in-depth analysis addressing a key issue of our time: “Why Do Good People Become Silent — or Worse — About 9/11?” The resulting essay, being presented here as a series, is a synthesis of both academic research and clinical observations.

DISCLAIMER: Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is dedicated to conducting research and educating the public about the destruction of the three World Trade Center towers — and does not speculate as to the identity or motives of the perpetrators. In this series of articles, any reference to names or motives of the attackers, made by either the author or the individuals she quotes, is a personal opinion and not the view of AE911Truth.

Part 1: Preface and Introduction     Our human tendencies toward denial in order to avoid the discomfort of cognitive dissonance.

Part 2: Diffusion of Innovations
How new ideas become accepted in societies.

Part 3: Obeying and Believing Authority
The authority experiments of Stanley Milgram, Jane Elliott, and Philip Zimbardo.

Part 4: Doublethink
The concept “doublethink,” developed by George Orwell.

Part 5: Denial and Cognitive Dissonance
The defensive mechanisms of denial and cognitive dissonance.

Part 6: Conformity and the Spiral of Silence
The Solomon Asch experiments on conformity and Elizabeth Noelle-Neumann’s “spiral of silence” theory.

Part 7: Groupthink
An especially maladaptive form of conformity called “groupthink.”

Part 8: Brain Research — Structure and Beliefs
How beliefs — and our tendency to hold onto beliefs — are encoded in our DNA and our central nervous system.

Part 9: Brain Research — Moral Psychology
The interface of brain research and moral psychology.

Parts 10 & 11: Terror Management Theory & Systems Justification Theory
How the fear of our own death and the need to feel good about the cultural system in which we live create resistance to the evidence presented by 9/11 skeptics.

Part 12: Signal Detection Theory
How people perceive information amid external and internal distractions.

Part 13: Prior Knowledge of State Crimes Against Democracy and Deep Politics
How our prior knowledge of state crimes against democracy and of the deep state affects our reception of 9/11 evidence.

Part 14: Learned Helplessness
A conditioned response to trauma or adversity that involves ongoing pain and actual or perceived lack of control.

Part 15: The Abuse Syndrome
The “nothing we can do about it” reaction may be a result of toxic early relationships — which cause feelings of powerlessness, shame, or apathy in adulthood.

Part 16: Dissociation
Repressed traumas can be activated by challenging 9/11 information, causing some individuals to dissociate once again.

Part 17: The False Self and Excessive Identification with the U.S.A.
How extreme attachment to the image of one’s country is a consequence of having never developed a healthy ego or sense of self.

Part 18: American Exceptionalism and Nationalist Faith
Why those who are privileged tend to be hesitant to accept the evidence.

Part 19: Government Manipulation and the Big Lie
Projection, scapegoating, and the conundrum of those people who suspect they are being lied to, but cling to the web of lies told to them.

Part 20: Those Who Lack Conscience and Empathy
As many as 4% of Americans are true psychopaths. By definition, any psychopath is capable of participating in mass murder and expressing no remorse whatsoever.

Part 21: The Role of the Media — Act I
In modern Western societies, if a new idea is covered in a serious way on television or in the newspaper, then, and only then, is it considered “real.”

This video documentary is an absolute eye-opener and should be viewed by all who value the truth over lies, goodness over evil, love over hate. – Jerry Harmon

This is an expose of what happened to the planes, passengers, and flight attendants that supposedly crashed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and at Shanksville, PA on 9/11/2001.  Rebekah Roth,  a flight attendant, began to become aware of inconsistencies that she read and heard between the approved government narrative and the protocols that were in place that governed the activities of the flight attendants and other members of the flight crew. In response to her personal anguish as the illusion began to unfold before her, Methodical Illusion is one of several such videos that Ms. Roth has made available to any one who must resolve these issues. She has also written a novel called, Methodical Conclusion, that’s can be purchased online from Amazon and is available on Kindle.  I commend this video enough to you without reservation.- Jerry Harmon