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Mike Stone - People are Blocking the Truth

September 7, 2023

They had to throw in flat earth to discredit the other two examples which are probably true. But the girl's expression is priceless!

 "Whether the topic is JFK, 9/11, the virus hoax, the recent Maui attacks - nobody wants to know what really happened. A typical response I hear is "Who cares? That has nothing to do with my life." Events that people think have nothing to do with their lives actually have everything to do with their lives

by Mike Stone

The JFK assassination was before my time. However, ever since I read an interview with Mark Lane, when I was in my mid-20s, I've been fascinated with every aspect of it. That's because I saw the assassination for what it was - a violent overthrow of the government. To me, that's deadly serious.

Unfortunately, nobody my age ever seemed the least bit interested in it. Even guys that you would think would be interested - gun owners and self-described patriots - never wanted to discuss what happened that day. In the rare case when one of them did, I was always disappointed. One guy told me he'd studied the assassination for three years and wrote his college thesis on it.

"Seriously?" I said. "What did you find? Who killed JFK?"

He looked at me with a straight face. "Oswald."

I remember a date I had during that time. She was telling me about all the actors she "admired," a subject I found immensely boring. But when she mentioned Kevin Costner and Oliver Stone's JFK, one of my favorite movies, I immediately perked up and launched into everything I knew at the time - how there were multiple shooters, how Oswald was a patsy, how the Warren Commission was nothing but lies.

I must have talked for ten minutes straight before I noticed her sitting across the table from me with a fluoride stare. Later she told me she had no interest whatsoever in the topic. "Don't you want to know?" I said. "The government was overthrown." Sadly, she didn't care.

Her attitude is typical of almost everyone I met back then and of everyone I meet today. Whether the topic is JFK, 9/11, the virus hoax, the recent Maui attacks - nobody wants to know what really happened. A typical response I hear is "Who cares? That has nothing to do with my life." Events that people think have nothing to do with their lives actually have everything to do with their lives.

I have friends who love to rant and rave about Democrats destroying the country, but if I bring up 9/11 or the virus hoax, which both happened under Republican presidents, they have nothing to say. Twenty years after the fact, none of them had even heard of Building 7, until I told them about it and saw their eyes glaze over. They've never heard of the dancing Israelis. They've never heard of the Israeli "art students" or seen that famous picture of the demon's face appearing in the smoke of the burning towers. 

Just this week I tried telling two friends about Israel's involvement in 9/11. One of them reacted with hostile indignation and the other gave me a fluoride stare from across the table, just like my date from years ago.

They have no interest in learning the truth. All anyone wants to know is who I like in this Sunday's games. (For the record, Pittsburgh +3, Las Vegas +3.5, and Green Bay +2)

Monday is the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. You'll see plenty of fat, dumb Americans virtue signaling by pretending they really give a rip about the people who died back then and blabbering about "muh 'Merica," but none of them will have the courage or intelligence to look into what really happened on that fateful day twenty-two years ago.

If you're a young person living at home, bring up the subject at your family dinner. Tell them you think 9/11 was an inside job. Watch what happens. Or if you really want to cause a ruckus, tell them you think Sandy Crook was fake. That'll go over big.

It takes a special type of mindset to want to know what actually happened to JFK or on 9/11. Most people don't have that mindset. Perhaps they're afraid of being called a "conspiracy theorist."

There's also the fear of falling so deep into the rabbit hole that you never come back. When I first began researching the JFK assassination it quickly led me to the moon landing hoax, the RFK assassination, and to subjects as wild as aliens in the hollow earth and secret Nazi UFO bases in Antarctica. You really have to be able to sort fact from fiction when you go down that hole.

But even with all that, I've never understood why so few people want to know the truth about major events. Perhaps it comes down to being afraid of what they might find out. FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover famously said, "The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists. The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil that has been introduced into our midst. It rejects even the assumption that human creatures could espouse a philosophy which must ultimately destroy all that is good and decent."

At this late stage of the game, I'm pretty much through trying to talk sense to people. They either get it or they don't. The perpetrators of the JFK assassination, 9/11, the virus hoax, and the attack on Maui will never see justice - in this life. I have no doubt they will suffer justice in the next.

Mike Stone is the author of Teen Boy's Success Book: The Ultimate Self-Help Book for Boys; Everything You Need to Know to Become a Man:  And A New America, a dark comedy set on Election Day in 2016:


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Comments for "Mike Stone - People are Blocking the Truth"

Tony B said (September 8, 2023):

Mike Stone's article: "It takes a special type of mindset to want to know what actually happened to JFK or on 9/11."

Hey Mike, that "special type of mindset" used to be known as "common sense." It wasn't really very "special." What you have discovered is that common sense is now so ruthlessly, insanely, manipulated out of simple understanding into drastically uncommon error-laden excuses for thought (by guess who) that it can no longer be called by its proper name as it is no longer common at all. It has been twisted into a foreign object of ridicule by the purposely made ignorant mob operating without the use of sense, common or otherwise.

Only manipulatable emotions are allowed.

Welcome to the dwindling "crowd." Likely, only those who truly return to God will give other truths life again.

Doug P said (September 8, 2023):

The people who seem to be rejecting and even blocking truth always say in candid conversations, "It has nothing to do with me and I have no control or say in it". One woman said to me "We are just driftwood floating on an ocean".

I can appreciate these arguments, however, there is an issue that is relevant today that affects absolutely everyone: No one can catch a cold or the flu via contagion.

After many experiments to try to prove the contrary, the "experts" gave up. But people assume it to be true, even though when a member of their household gets the flu, they do not automatically get it. They ignore this.

Mike Yeadon has no more credibility than their TV-mimicking doctor at a local office. It's the death of reason itself with gnosticism at the root of it all. Too many leaders have signed the open-ended death contract in blood.

JC said (September 8, 2023):

IMO, that meme is a classic example of a turd-in-the-punch-bowl meme, the turd in this case being "the earth is flat."

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