Jim Wright Post Deleted by Facebook

It seems this post from writer Jim Wright (https://www.facebook.com/Stonekettle?fref=ts) was too much for Facebook, and it was pulled down. Something about “community standards,” which makes us wonder whose standards these exactly are… But those other Facebook pages that had reposted it—such as the SDS page and the host’s page—lost it as well. But an intrepid person posted it in the comments to Wright’s post mentioning this censorship. So it behooves us to post that jpeg here for your reading pleasure…




10 responses to “Jim Wright Post Deleted by Facebook

  1. The author is a very talented writer. He’s also a soldier trained to follow orders, obey authority, and more importantly to accept whatever tells him as carved in stone gospel. That includes the “official story” of what happened on 9/11. He demands that his readers ignore facts which don’t support his (former) President’s official story. He brooks no dissent. Periodically he erupts in angry rants at the “official perpetrators” and responds, with almost childlike “fingers in ears lalala I can’t hear you get out of my treehouse” to questions that disturb the carefully constructed bubble of alternate reality in which he comfortably dwells. I get his response, I really do. 9/11 was a trauma the magnitude of which still reverberates. But while the trusting majority initially accepted the official story, others, professionals who knew exactly what they were looking at, said “Wait a minute… what you’re asking us to accept as fact is scientifically impossible.” And for daring to speak out, the government branded those people as “kooks” and “loons” and “tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy theorists”. But as the initial shock eventually wore off, others also began to ask questions. Because the official story didn’t make sense. And the powers that be redoubled their efforts to discredit those who questioned them. Wildly insane (and paid) conspiracy posts began to appear on social media, making it easier for the government to lump dissenters together, to denounce questioners as crazy “conspiracy theorists”. It has been a long 15 years. Our hearts still ache, our lawmakers don’t actually give a damn, and those who cannot bear to face the fact that their government not only lied to them, some members of our government may actually have been complicit.

    The events of 9/11 were staged, the lives of thousands of innocent Americans, lost on a lie, murdered by their own countrymen, to provide the pretext for war.

    The core motivation, one repeated throughout the annals of time, can be condensed to a mere two words — Money and Power.


    Both President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney personally intervened and asked Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (Dem. – S.D.) “to limit the congressional investigation into the events of Sept. 11,” according to CNN.

    Bush made the unusual request at a private meeting with congressional leaders on January 29, 2002. He asked that the House and Senate intelligence committees only look into “the potential breakdowns among federal agencies that could have allowed the terrorist attacks to occur,” rather than conduct a comprehensive inquiry.

    Cheney made a similar appeal to Daschle on Jan. 25. “The vice president expressed the concern that a review of what happened on September 11 would take resources and personnel away from the effort in the war on terrorism,” Daschle said. “I acknowledged that concern, and it is for that reason that the Intelligence Committee is going to begin this effort, trying to limit the scope and the overall review of what happened,” Daschle said.

    Although the president and vice president told Daschle they were worried a wide-reaching inquiry could distract from the government’s war on terrorism, privately Democrats questioned why the White House feared a broader investigation to determine possible culpability.

    The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, also known as the 9/11 Commission, was set up on November 27, 2002 “to prepare a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the September 11, 2001 attacks”.The commission was created by Congressional legislation, with the bill signed into law by President George W. Bush.

    After the publication of its final report, the commission closed on August 21, 2004. The commission was the last investigation by the federal government into the events of 9/11, with the exception of the NIST report on the collapse of Building 7.

    The commission was criticized for significant alleged conflicts of interest on the part of commissioners and staff. Further, the commission’s report has been the subject of much criticism by both the commissioners themselves and by others. The commission members were appointed by George W. Bush as well as Congress, which led to the criticism that it was not a commission truly independent from the U.S. government whose actions it was supposed to review. The commission stated in its report that “[their] aim has not been to assign individual blame,” a judgment which some critics believed would obscure the facts of the matter in a nod to consensus politics.

    In addition, commissioners believed that key agencies of the U.S. government, including The Pentagon, the FAA and NORAD were deliberately deceiving them, and that the CIA was deliberately impeding the work of the commission.

    On the whole, the chairmen of the commission believed the commission was set up to fail.

    John Farmer, senior counsel to the Commission stated that the Commission “discovered that…what government and military officials had told Congress, the Commission, the media, and the public about who knew what when — was almost entirely, and inexplicably, untrue.” Farmer continues: “At some level of the government, at some point in time … there was a decision not to tell the truth about what happened…The (NORAD) tapes told a radically different story from what had been told to us and the public.”

    Thomas Kean, the head of the 9/11 Commission, concurred: “We to this day don’t know why NORAD told us what they told us, it was just so far from the truth.”

  2. OK….1. Delve further….why quit? The GOP seems ok with spending $$MILLIONS on investigating a ” non-issue, trying to discredit Sec. of State Hillary Clinton…2. Investigate NORAD, and the NORAD tapes….been a LONG time since the ” Missing 8 Minutes” from Nixon’s Watergate…3. The malfesence/ misfeasence committed by Pres. George ” Dubya ” , Pres. of Vice, Dick Cheney and Cronies…4. Allowing the Middle Eastern strife being privatized by Blackwater, Cheney et. al….need I go on?????

  3. Interesting reading which only adds to the 2 hour video I watched last night. That video was a very thorough look into what happened on 911. It raised more questions than it answered but it showed me that we have never been told the truth about what actually happened on that day. Will we ever know in our lifetime? I want to know what Bush, Cheney and other cabinet members knew before the towers were hit among many other questions. Call me a conspiracy theorist but we were lied into an unnecessary war. We have killed many people including women and children and left many homeless. Look how we have added to the refugee crisis in the middle east. Would the war be going on in Syria today if we had not interfered in the middle east? We made Cheney and Halliburton richer and I wonder how much Bush and his family made off this war in Iraq. I get angry when I think of all the money that has been taken from MY country to fight this war. There are so many things we could have done with that money to enrich our country instead of breaking it down more to fight a 15 year war. Why must we always have a war going on somewhere that we are involved in? As a citizen of this country I feel betrayed and lied to by my government like I don’t matter. I just took a trip from Arizona to Colorado. I get angry every time I have to take my shoes off and go through TSA screening. Does not make me feel any safer about flying it is just a real pain in the ass. I read somewhere that Michael Chertoff has a stake in the screening that is used. How much money goes in his pocket every time someone goes through the screening process? I have many more questions but I will stop for now. Will give someone else a chance to vent now.

  4. loomiswebb – You’ll have to show proof- sources- of that evidence you presented above. Got any? References please. No BS.

  5. Ok I see my comment now. Guess it took awhile to post.

  6. You did a good thing, Jim….thank you!

  7. We are even more scared today, than we were then. Now we are scared of Syria children.and Mexican teens.

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