How Can We Obtain Justice for 9/11?
December 11, 2016
The fact that in the fifteen years since 9/11 there has been no justice for the nearly 3,000 victims indicates that we do not have a system of justice, but a system of injustice. In this situation, the only remedy is a popular movement that puts pressure on the state to deliver justice.
“Look back through history and you will see that big change comes from movements – not from politicians."
– Philip R. Warth
Americans grow up believing that justice will prevail. This popular notion is based on a widely-held belief that the state investigates crimes properly, enforces the laws fairly, and delivers justice to society. This belief has been fostered in the minds of Americans for decades through popular television crime shows in which some agency of the government investigates unusual and heinous crimes and, in the final climactic scene, exposes the culprits. In the end, justice always prevails, at least in our imagination.
Unfortunately, reality is not like that at all. In fact, you could say that in America we have a system of official injustice. The most blatant example of this official injustice is, of course, 9/11. Fifteen years after the worst case of mass murder in the United States, the criminal atrocity of 9/11 has gone uninvestigated and unprosecuted. Not a single one of the relatives of the nearly three thousand victims ever got their day in court. Every single one of the wrongful death cases from the 9/11 atrocity was settled out of court.
With the supposed killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan by the Obama administration, Americans were led to believe that justice prevailed in the end, but this was a scripted fantasy just like the crime shows on television.
What kind of justice should we expect from the state? Justice is defined as the exercise of authority in maintenance of right; the due allocation of reward of virtue and punishment of vice. In reality, however, we find ourselves living under a system of injustice in which the authority of the state rewards vice and punishes virtue.
The way the 9/11 victims' cases were handled in the federal system is a travesty of justice, an insult to the idea of justice. By not pursuing a criminal investigation of 9/11 the Department of Justice allowed the culprits to get away with mass murder – and much more. By accepting the false narrative about 9/11 we have empowered and enriched the real terrorists of 9/11.
So, why has this gross travesty of justice been allowed to pass without criticism or correction? There is, of course, only one logical answer to this question. The official cover-up of the 9/11 crimes has passed through our system only because the powers behind 9/11 control the U.S. government and our judicial system.
The playing field is completely controlled by the enemy. This is why it has been so difficult for grassroots groups calling for truth and justice, like I Am the Face of Truth, Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, The 9/11 Justice Campaign, and other like-minded groups, to gain traction and obtain real results. I was, for example, on a conference call with a group called Lawyers for 9/11 Truth a few weeks ago in which the discussion was about how a case might be started that could lead to some legal discovery of the 9/11 crime.
Fifteen years later, we have yet to see any justice for the victims of 9/11 coming from our politicians, the media, or our judicial system. So we ask, what will it take to obtain justice for 9/11?
Clearly, what is needed is a popular movement in which concerned citizens put pressure on the state to investigate and prosecute the crimes of 9/11. As we can see from the successful protest against the oil pipeline at Cannon Ball, North Dakota, a popular movement that is focused and steadfast will prevail in the end. This is what it took to get the government to re-route the oil pipeline and this is what it will take to re-route our nation from a path of aggression based on the 9/11 deception to a path of peace and prosperity.
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