Following my recent trip to New York City, I wrote a critical review of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, arguing that the official memorialization of 9/11 reminds me of the official memorialization of the fake Jewish "Holocaust" during WWII. I wrote in part:
The more I saw at the 9/11 Memorial Preview Site and heard from the employee who I spoke with, the more I realized that the official commemoration and memorialization of 9/11 is shaping up to be yet another crass commercial enterprise, playing on the average American's naivety, gullibility, and emotions (just like the fake "Holocaust" narrative and the industry that has arisen to perpetuate that fabricated event). The entire Memorial and Museum is about raising money, selling official 9/11 propaganda, and remembering and honoring the (alleged) victims and first responders. [...]Jane Eisner, the editor of The Jewish Daily Forward, essentially confirmed the analysis I provided of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. In a recent editorial published in the Forward, Eisner discussed the lessons of the "Holocaust" for the 9/11 museum:
...the National September 11 Memorial and Museum are not interested in critically examining the actual events of that day, or the policies - both domestically within the United States and in the foreign policy realm - enacted as a result of 9/11. The invocation of the alleged 9/11 victims and heroic first responders is designed to systematically exploit an individual at a base psychological and emotional level. By focusing strictly on the alleged victims and first responders, and their horrific experiences, one is unable to critically examine the information being presented. And it is designed that way: the insidious, deceitful, and manipulative forces behind 9/11 and the official commemoration of the event do not want people thinking critically about the day's events and its aftermath. [...]
What the Jews are doing with 9/11 is literally the same exact thing as what they've done with the fake "Holocaust" narrative of WWII: turned it into a commercial enterprise - an industry complete with memorials, museums, books, documentaries, official spokespersons/propagandists, etc. - that exploits mass audiences psychologically and emotionally in order to maintain and perpetuate entirely false narratives of past events that advance a particular Jewish agenda. [...]
[...] Even today, nearly seven decades after the liberation of Auschwitz, it is impossible to tally up all the consequences of the Holocaust, to codify the profound human losses and understand its deep geopolitical ramifications, to overcome the scent of death from the scene. So imagine now the challenge facing the National September 11 Memorial Museum, a scant 13 years after airplanes crashed into buildings and turned ordinary American ground into a graveyard.The official memorialization of both 9/11 and the fake Jewish "Holocaust", along with the manner in which these subjects are taught to our children and presented in the mass media, are not concerned with critically analyzing what actually (or allegedly) happened during these events. Rather, the official explanation for both 9/11 and the alleged "Holocaust" are taken for granted, and we are asked instead to "remember the victims", "honor the heroes" (first responders in the case of 9/11, individuals who "protected Jews from the Nazis" in the case of the "Holocaust"), and vow to fight "hatred, bigotry, intolerance, and violence" in all its forms.
It is no exaggeration to say that the new museum built beneath the World Trade Center plaza in lower Manhattan, opening to the public May 21, is deeply connected to efforts and institutions that memorialize the Holocaust.
Many of its leaders are steeped in that experience. Alice Greenwald, director of the 9/11 museum, came to the position in 2006 directly from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, where she served as associate museum director for museum programs. David Layman, who designed the exhibits for the 9/11 museum, did the same work for the Illinois Holocaust Museum in Skokie, Ill. Clifford Chanin curated the Legacy of Absence collection for the Holocaust museum in Skokie and founded the Legacy Project. He worked for years as a consultant to the 9/11 Museum and is now its vice president for education and public programs.
The Holocaust, Chanin said in an interview, showed us “the importance of memory, the civic function of memory, how to memorialize mass murder. It codified the moment.”
Chanin sees the remembering of the Holocaust as providing a “template” for shaping the way we collectively, even globally, pull out from an historic event its larger meaning for mankind. [...]
The focus on the alleged victims of 9/11 and the purported "Holocaust" are central to the official memorialization of both events. The emotional and psychologically traumatizing nature of the victims' stories or experiences (whether real or fabricated) for both events exploits an average person, rendering them incapable of critically examining the information they are being presented with.
President Obama attended and spoke at the recent dedication ceremony for the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, which The New York Times reported on:
Mr. Obama, solemn and quiet, used his remarks not to talk about the events that followed that day, the wars he has tried to end and the policies he has reshaped but continued. Instead, he focused on the victims who perished in flames and smoke and those who tried to save them.
“Here we tell their story, so that generations yet unborn will never forget, of co-workers who led others to safety,” he said. [...]This is how the Big (Jewish) Lies of History are maintained, perpetuated, and reinforced: through psychologically and emotionally exploitative propaganda. The official memorialization of both 9/11 and the purported "Holocaust" are concerned primarily with the alleged victims and their experiences (again, whether real or imagined [in many cases, entirely imagined or fabricated experiences]).
The traumatic imagery associated with both 9/11 and the "Holocaust" are often invoked and used to maintain, perpetuate, and reinforce the official narratives of these events as well. In the case of 9/11, the images of "hijacked commercial airliners" allegedly filled with innocent Americans smashing into the World Trade Center towers are replayed over and over again, reintroducing and reinforcing the trauma of 9/11. In the case of the "Holocaust", images of emaciated persons living in labor and industrial camps, piles of dead bodies, and other photographs and videos associated with the "Holocaust" reintroduce and reinforce the trauma of the official "Holocaust" narrative.
Considering the National September 11 Memorial and Museum was designed by an Israeli architect and is run by Jews with ties to the "Holocaust" industry, the fact that the official memorialization of 9/11 is modeled on the official memorialization of the "Holocaust" should not surprise us. It should, however, disgust us.