But wouldn't knowing, for example, that 9/11 was an inside job, force people to start to wake up and use more open minded skepticism?
I see similarities here with the effects of information on people which relates to both 9.11
. There are those who will forever believe the "official"
story of the events as they took place on 9.11
and there are those who will take the time to read, evaluate and come to their own conclusions. I've had discussions with many people about 9.11
and was surprised to discover how completely closed many of them were to simply considering alternate versions of the events. I have learned that with many people, whenever something challenges their core beliefs and that contemplating ideas that could disrupt that belief system presents itself, the walls go up, WAY UP!!
Same thing goes with the information that Tom presents in MBT
. It certainly challenges many people's belief system to the core, which is why many people will never allow themselves to explore these new and exciting areas and concepts of reality.9.11
did open my eyes to reality. I have grown up and learned to decipher truth from fiction after many hours of tireless reading and eventual reprogramming. 9.11
lit a fire under my butt and has been driving my insatiable thirst for knowledge and truth ever since. I probably would not have been ready for MBT
otherwise. Having said that, I now realize just how much growing up I have yet to do now that I have earned all of my MBT
So as I see it, you can't force someone to wake up unless they are ready, willing and open to challenge and change.