August 20-22, 2010
Excerpts from the cover story:
At Ground Zero, controversy shadows emotional tributes
Flap over nearby mosque is just one point of contention
When the 9/11 museum opens in two years, it will contains personal items donated by the victims' families "to show posterity that at the start of the 21st century, there were people with achievements, passions and dreams that terrorism could not erase."
"Some families are boycotting the appeal because of misgivings that the museum now being build in the Trade Center's foundation pit." [Of course, no mention of the "misgivings" millions of Americans have about the 9/11 Commission cover-up] "They complain that this location will be unsafe in case of attack; that it will devote too much attention to [repeat mantra here] the al-Qaeda terrorists who hijacked two airliners and crashed them into the Trade Center's towers..."
"Museum officials respond that the underground site helps tell the story of 9/11 [vs "the truth of 9/11"] by showing visitors the Trade Center's footings."
They went on to say the museum is important because "the terrorists' role must be explained, in part to debunk bogus conspiracy theories"
In other words, a mere memorial is not adequate for the task. Instead, an emotionally-charged museum (filled with personal momentos of the victims) is required to guarantee ongoing reinforcement of official propaganda.
It all begs the question, if the "conspiracy theories" are so "bogus", why all the effort to debunk them.
Maybe it's wishful thinking for now, but in the "new world" maybe we should build a psychopath museum because the psychopaths' role must be explained to debunk all their conspiracies. Or maybe we could establish something like the Historic Landmarks Commission. But instead of installing markers indicating "Washington Slept Here," ours would say, "Psychopaths Destroyed This" (e.g. along the Gulf of Mexico, on Wall Street, etc.).
Edit: I forgot describe the memorial pool. By perfectly symbolizing the nature of STS, it inadvertently tells more truth about the matter than the museum ever will:
The pool is framed by a plaque of the victims' names, from which water falls 20-30 feet to the bottom of a huge pit, where it all then drains into a dark void in the center! (Maybe some of those 6th density STO beings on the crop circle committee "inspired" this design to "awaken" visitors.)