“Why Do Good People Become Silent – or Worse – About 9/11?”_ on Satyagraha 9/11
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“Why Do Good People Become Silent – or Worse – About 9/11?”
Fran Shure, MA, LPC is a practicing psychological therapist who is featured in the groundbreaking documentary 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out. She has written a booklet dealing with a plethora of psychological, anthropological and sociological conditions related to the collective silence which many in our society contribute to as it relates to questioning the official story for 9/11. The title of her booklet is “Why Do Good People Become Silent – or Worse – About 9/11?” and it will be featured as a 19 part series with the AE911Truth Blueprint Newsletter.
Part 1 is being featured now on the AE911Truth website.
Fran and I will discuss this and much more concerning the psychology of social engineering, of empire and of how…and why…people respond in the ways that they do and how we can transform this paradigm from one of empirical control to one of the individual and collective empowerment of the humanity.
This show is an hour and a half of total exploration into the individual and group mind in a post 9/11 world!
About the Show Host:
Pamela Senzee is an artist, author, adventurer. In 2012 she crossed the United States by bicycle along with a fellow peace activist. They embarked on this journey on behalf of the organization Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Pamela wrote about her experiences, lessons and insights during this epic adventure in her book Quantum Trek – a post-9/11 journey of transformation available on Amazon.com, other bookstores and at www.satyagraha911.org. You can contact Pamela at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the show:
Satyagraha 911 Radio is a show which focuses on 9/11 truth and the issues of a post 9/11 world with practical, healing, and spiritual solutions in mind.