Dear Editor: http://host.madison.com/ct/news/opinion/column/dave_zweifel/article_9ec7a5fb-e9a0-54aa-88f5-befc1ee07a82.html"> Dave Zweifel asks in a recent column why the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, which have decimated our economy, killed thousands of our young people, murdered millions of innocent Muslims, shredded our Constitution, and turned us into the worst war criminal nation on earth, are “under the radar.”

The answer: Psychological warfare experts have made Congress and the American people their guinea pigs in a learned helplessness experiment.

First they blew up the Twin Towers in broad daylight, shocking us into a state of hypnotic susceptibility that imprinted the ludicrous official story at such a deep level, through post-hypnotic conditioning, that only a minority would be able to see what would normally be palpably obvious. (Deprogram yourself at ae911truth.org.)

Then, in a follow-up false-flag attack also designed to implicate Muslims, they sent U.S. government anthrax to Tom Daschle and Patrick Leahy, greasing the skids for the Patriot Act and heading off any real 9/11 investigation.

Next, they murdered our leading anti-war statesman, Paul Wellstone, which served as http://truthjihad.blogspot.com/2010/05/us-senator-barbara-boxer-wellstone.html"> “a message to all of us,” according to Sen. Barbara Boxer.

Then they stole the 2004 elections through blatant electoral fraud in Ohio and elsewhere.

When the American people voted to end the wars in 2006 and again in 2008, they just snickered and ignored us.

Now they are insulting our intelligence with such obviously false-flag events as the underwear bomber escapade and the Times Square fiasco. (For the skinny on the underwear bomber, google “Kurt Haskell.”)

They have made it clear to us that we are powerless in the face of such outrages. And they are rubbing our noses in it.

Bottom line: The 9/11 wars will continue to rage “under the radar” for as long as the psychological warfare campaign that has induced learned helplessness in the American people remains under the radar.

Kevin Barrett

McFarland

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