The Truth Movement is about nothing less than creating a new society built around equality and rationality. The existing social order is bankrupt and unsustainable.

It is very important to remember that the Truth Movement is both an individual and social phenomenon. It must be a personal process by which one awakens to the myths and deceptions of our current system. But we must also reach out to others to help spread truth as well as for solidarity, support, and insight.

To change things, we should seek out the like-minded, cooperate, compromise, and build together. A community can be as big as the world and as small as two people. At the same time, a certain level of exclusivity is necessary. For such an important, revolutionary endeavor we should be sure that our compatriots are on the same page.

One of the most integral components of the Truth Movement will be the development of groups and networks. There are many existing organizations that are already doing their part spreading and seeking truth. Some of the most prominent ones are involved in 9/11 Truth.

The goal of the Truth Movement is not to “convert” new members in the typical sense. Rather, we seek to facilitate personal realization and responsibility. The community of truth movers will not be homogeneous. It will be a new kind of movement, made up of conscious free thinkers and not blind followers.

Activism is not compatible with isolation. Even those who seem to stand alone have friends, mentors, and influences. Isolation and fracturing of popular movements have been the major obstacles to progressive change.

Truth is the ultimate common cause. It is something that all progressive movements should share. The Truth Movement could be the great unifier—bringing together anti-war activists, minority rights groups, environmentalists, libertarians and many others.

The internet is a great tool for networking and communication but it can also leave people feeling alienated and disconnected. Truth movers need to join up in the real world, meet face to face and get to know each other.

This is going to be a long and hard fight. It will require deep bonds, loyalty, honor, and perserverance. We’re up for it. And we’re all in it together.

Community Activism

  • Find existing organizations to join up with or just to observe. For example there are local 9/11 Truth groups in many cities around the country (Colorado, NYC, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Toronto).
  • Start up a new group, even if it’s just you at first! Hold a meeting or a film screening and advertise locally.
  • Join online discussion groups to start sharing ideas with others. Check out the TruthMove Forum or 911blogger.