Scrub The Internet of Charlie Veitch
(FEDERALJACK) As we all know by now the founder of the Love Police, Charlie Veitch, has come out and publicly stated on his youtube channel that he does not believe 9/11 was an inside job and he is now pushing the official government conspiracy theory about that awful day. Charlie’s massive change of mind and actions since have really pissed off his base of listeners. Most of the comments on his video are telling him off, calling him out, calling him names and some have even gone to the extent of threatening his life, which I don’t condone and that kind of crap makes us look bad. Aside from the stupid death threats I believe the anger is justified because people really believed in him. This should serve as a lesson to people in the future, do not put anyone up on a pedestal, follow nobody. You can listen to people, and agree with what they say or don’t say, but don’t just blindly follow anyone because they say the right things. Do your own homework, in fact don’t even believe me, think to yourself “he must be exaggerating, I gotta check this out for myself”.
The one question that has bugged me is this: Was he a plant all along or did he just sell out? I have to honestly say I don’t know for sure which one is the answer, but if I had to make an educated guess I would say he was a plant. To better understand why I say this and why he would have been planted in the 9/11 Truth Movement I suggest you read former Harvard Professor and now Obama Czar Cass Sunstein’s paper on “Conspiracy Theories” and the 9/11 Truth movement in particular titled “Conspiracy Theories: Causes and Cures” proposing that the U.S. Government employ teams of covert agents and “independent” advocates to “cognitively infiltrate” online groups and websites, as well as other activist groups that have “anti-government conspiracy theories” and his primary target is the 9/11 Truth Movement. It is also important to note that in 2010 a British “Domestic Extremism Expert” Jamie Bartlett of a think-tank called DEMOS wrote a very similar paper called “The Power of Unreason”, which attempts to link ‘conspiracy theories’ to extremism, arguing that such ‘theories’ are a ‘force magnifier’ for terrorism. The paper recommends that, “Government agents or their allies should openly infiltrate the Internet sites or spaces to plant doubts about conspiracy theories and by introducing alternative information.” Veitch’s comment that he saw no evidence for controlled demolition is refuted by the fact that only weeks ago he and his girlfriend setup a speaking event for Richard Gage of Architects & Engineers For 9/11 Truth at Cambridge University. And his entire argument supporting the official government conspiracy theory of 9/11 is a joke at best. His “new” evidence is the same garbage that NIST has been presenting for years, he can not factually, with scientific evidence, back up the crap that he is now spewing at all. If Charlie did truly just have a change of mind then why do interviews and Skype calls labeling the 9/11 Truth Movement a cult? To create division, doubt, and make the movement as whole look foolish to outsiders that’s why. The idea is to make the movement look foolish to people who are just waking up or haven’t done so yet, and it serves to be a catalyst for infighting inside the movement itself, if we let it… but we won’t. People who considered themselves friends with Veitch need to put their personal feelings aside and figure out for themselves that they and the movement have been had. The sooner they admit it, the sooner we can deal with it and get over it like a bad relationship.
This is going to be used against us by the establishment no matter what, it is how we deal with it that is what is important. As Charlie says in his Skype call with Max Igan, he is working with the BBC on a piece on 9/11. This TV piece is actually going to be a total hit piece about 9/11 Truth and I have interviewed Jim Fetzer about this as well as Alex Jones being interviewed by the BBC and saying on his radio show that it is going to be a hit piece. So I have been doing allot of thinking about how to handle this. After consulting with some high profile members of this vast movement I decided to write this piece to share our idea for combating the problem that is Charlie Veitch’s backstabbing. The idea actually came from monitoring the people’s reaction to Charlie’s video and interviews, over 1500 videos pulled from the internet in a single day. These were videos people had uploaded of Charlie, or their own Love Police street actions. Let’s follow suit. Delete any videos you have of Veitch, any articles, tagged photos, anything. Make the memory of Charlie Veitch go the way of the dinosaur….. extinct. If everyone can scrub all records of Veitch and the “Love Police” from the web the only thing people will hear are his own cries to be heard. As Samuel Adams said “If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!”