The triumph of conspiracy theories represents a rebirth of rational analysis of U.S. political events and world developments. But we must be patient with people who still believe that the official account of 9/11 is true. The rethinking of 9/11 and the term “conspiracy theories” is an ongoing cultural and social process.
It is inspiring and motivating that the call for a new investigation of the controversial 9/11 events, once considered a fringe issue, is now close to the top of the global political agenda. Global civil society has taken up the call to re-investigate 9/11 with pride and honour.
The Toronto Truth Hearings that was held last September, and the Vancouver Truth Hearings in June reinforce the reality that 9/11 truth is rising to the surface of mainstream collective consciousness.
This upcoming Tuesday will mark the eleventh anniversary of the tragedy. New questions should take precedence over old answers, which are satisfactory for children who still believe in fairy tales but not for grown ups who value scientific realities over blind faith in government leaders.
Since we are entering historic times, the international community would be wise to officially condemn the United States, Israel, and Saudi Arabia for the mass murder of nearly 3,000 innocent American citizens that led to the illegal invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.
II. Redefining “Conspiracy Theory”