Psychologists: Questioning 9/11 Is the Sane Thing To Do

The 9/11 Commissioners and Other Officials Don’t Believe the Government

The 9/11 Commissioners and congressional investigators into 9/11 themselves don’t believe the government’s description of events.

Much of the world doesn’t believe the official story.

Mental Health Professionals Say that Questioning 9/11 Is the Sane Thing To Do

Many mental health professionals have concluded that the official version of 9/11 is false, and that those who believe the official version suffer from defense mechanisms. For example:

  • Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University Medical Center, as well as Radiology, at Duke University Medical Center D. Lawrence Burk, Jr., MD
  • Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean of the Graduate School at Ruters University Barry R. Komisaruk
  • Distinguished Professor in the Department of Mental Health Law and Policy, Professor of Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine and Distinguished Professor of Global Health in the College of Public Health, University of South Florida, Michael D. Knox
  • Professor Emeritus, Psychology and Neuroscience, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Michael Gabriel
  • Professor Emeritus of Psychology at California Institute of Integral Studies Ralph Metzner
  • Retired Professor of Psychology at Oxford University Graham Harris
  • Retired Psychiatrist. Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Jefferson Medical College. Former Major, U.S. Army Medical Corps, Vietnam Veteran 7 years service, Jon Bjornson, MD
  • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Nebraska and licensed Psychologist Ronald Feintech

There are many other mental health professionals who agree.

And watch this must-see 15-minute interview with psychologists:


Sociologists have also shown that fear makes people believe false things about 9/11.

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  • Jay Rowland

    Anybody know any info about this citizens group.

    http://9-11cc.org/

    Sounds like a creative solution and a way ordinary people can contribute to the 9/11 cause.

    • signalfire

      Yes, this is the group that sponsored and organized the Toronto hearings two weeks ago. Wonderful idea and may actually make a difference.

  • windcatcher

    Hats off for the psychologist that came foreword to question the facts about the 9/11 terrorist attack , it took a lot of courage to do so. I am sure they all realize how venerable they are in the academic world and I hope they can stand against any reprisals that will be hurled at them for standing up and speaking out.

  • https://plus.google.com/118376752237626707461/about Matt Prather

    This is really, really nice.
    This is a novel avenue of discussion — and I did not see it coming.
    Not that I thought that mental health professionals shouldn’t think this way — just that I thought “the system” we live in (in which 9/11 Truth is always denied) was so powerful and compelling that mental health professionals could never says this publicly, and would themselves deny Truth just to keep themselves sane.
    This is a very empowering article, GW.
    Powerful video too.

  • http://FlybyNews.com Jonathan Mark

    My web site has a lot posted on this campaign.. and links to video, radio events with Senator Mike Gravel when he was in my area in Massachusetts this past week. Gravel’s approach is critical for all the segments for 9/11 truth to unite and to pave the way for a direct democracy citizens’ initiative to take responsibility and investigate 9/11/2001 for real..

    9-20 Video link: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9340C0D9CEBDB08C&feature=viewall
    9-21 Radio podcast: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9340C0D9CEBDB08C&feature=viewall

    I interview Senator Gravel too in Greenfield and editing the 90 minute program.. should have it posted next week.. http://FlybyNews.com or http://facebook.com/FlybyNews

 

 

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