I went from person to person, trying to get them to watch "Zeitgeist" - the movie that put things together for me. No one wanted to hear it, they all reassured each other that I was nuts and the damage remains to this day.
I have managed to stop running people off, by waiting to see where their "disbelief" might lead.
For 9-11, I focus on 9-12. There is no arguing that the evidence of a major crime scene was destroyed before the investigation.
With Sandy Hook I am zeroing in on the things on the police scanner - who was apprehended on the west side of the school? In the woods? Who was in the police car? But I don't bring up anything until they pose some question. Any question, then I give them a harder question to ponder.
You are literally dealing with victims of mass mind control, if you dig into the history of TV and advertising, you will find I am not speaking in hyperbole. Something in them has to be looking for answers already, and then you have to treat that burgeoning curiosity with care.
It is a little lonely, you will find yourself smiling and nodding at things that make you want to scream, just to grab lunch at a local cafe. You really cannot demand Bush be arrested for treason in "small town Idaho" cafes. But at least you can demand Obama be tried for treason - you learn to agree where you can and bite your tongue when you will do more harm than good.
Thowwy, got to go. My tongue ith bweeding.
Love or fear? Chose again with every breath.