"Perhaps the greatest fantasy of the present moment is that there is a choice here. We can look forward or backward, turn the page on history or not. Don't believe it. History matters."
~ Tom Engelhardt
"Belief produces the results of belief, and the penalties it affixes last so long as the belief and are inseparable from it. The remedy consists in probing the trouble to the bottom."
~ Mary Baker Eddy
War crimes and murder don't have any time limitations on filing charges.
The (erroneous) belief that 9/11 was perpetrated soly by 19 hijackers has affixed us with penalties: wars, war profiteering, war crimes, deaths, maimings, injuries, Constitution shredding, rendition, torture, ... 9/11 was even participant in the looting of global wealth with stock bubbles, housing bubbles, banking bailouts, etc.
As long as we believe the government lie of 9/11, we can be sucked into continual war and bad public policy. Probing the trouble to the bottom requires seeing the 9/11 dot in the clear pattern of lies, disception, and crimes foisted on us by the US Government and the Bush Administration in particular.
To ignore 9/11 truth is to shred everything we individually and collectively stand for as Americans, as patriots, and adherents of some religious faith like Christianity, Islam.
The 9/11 Litmus Test has to be re-framed in accordance with a trend line that is based on science and doesn't shirk from the truth -- where ever it may lead, whatever public figure is discredited for supporting and propagating lies, and whatever government institutions are scattered to the four winds of heaven in consequence of un-Constitutional, illegal, and immoral deeds.
The reframing of the 9/11 Litmus Test should begin with the 1,100 architects and engineers who are calling for a new, independent investigation into the destruction of the three World Trade Center towers on 9/11/01. To these professionals, the math and physics in the destruction of these buildings do not add up.
No longer will it be acceptable to make decisions or take positions that contradict sound science.
"The avoidance of justice and the denial of truth tend to perpetuate sin, invoke crime, jeopardize self-control, and mock divine mercy."
~ Mary Baker Eddy