Yes, who are you anyway? Who are you in your own opinion, in your own mind?
And what is going on around you, around your friends and family, in your school or workplace, in your community, in your government?
The reason it occurred to me to ask these questions — and a host of others I could ask — is that yesterday I reread Caitlin Johnstone’s essay from last August, entitled “Society Is Made of Narrative. Realizing This Is Awakening From the Matrix.” Find it HERE.
It has everything to do with the reason for this blog,* which has been to demand a real investigation of the mass murders of Sept. 11, 2001 (commonly known as “9/11”) and their planning and execution, because the government’s explanation of them doesn’t begin to stand up to scrutiny.
Johnstone is a “truther” on this subject and many others but doesn’t limit herself to it since the truth about so many things she’s interested in is covered up by blankets and quilts and carpeting of interwoven lies.
Do read her essay. You don’t have to have seen “The Matrix,” the 1999 movie, but it wouldn’t hurt.
* This blog is an extension of a month-long walk Bruce and I took last spring across Massachusetts from the eastern tip of Cape Cod to the New York State line, with “9/11 TRUTH” signs strapped to our chests and backpacks, on which we spoke with anyone we came across who wanted to hear about it.