In years past on this blog on the anniversary of the 9/11 event I would put up a memorial post, a trick. I would talk all sad and disturbed about the events of 9/11, but only reveal a the end that I was actually talking about 9/11/1973 and the removal of Salvador Allende from office as President of Chile.
Little did I realize as I wrote those posts that use of the date 9/11 was a signal to the world that we were dealing with a fake event. For those not up to speed on numerical markers, the numbers 8, 11 and 33 seem important to the spooks who stage public hoaxes, almost like a signature. The number 9 is a way of saying 33, that is, it is 3*3, so that 9/11 is really 33 and 11 side by side. But it gets better – in a non-leap year, September 11 is the 254th day of the year, and 2+5+4 = 11. It’s a double whammy.
On our recent trip to Patagonia I used some down time to read the Wikipedia entry on Salvador Allende, the president of Chile who supposedly committed suicide on 9/11/73. That was the day that the Chilean military, with U.S. backing, overthrew that country’s government. I had long believed that his suicide on that day was a lie, and that Salvador Allende had actually been murdered in cold blood. There were even rumors about that the murder was carried out by U.S. Green Berets.
The Green Beret tale is standard misdirection. Far more likely is that Allende had exited the scene before that day, and lived out his life in peace to a ripe old age. The stage had been set for an attack not on the government of Chile, but on the people of Chile. They were being conditioned not to expect anything even remotely resembling self-government. They were having their expectations placed in line with the real world.
We are told that Allende was a Marxist, but that is misdirection too. In the real world of 1973 there were only two allowed choices for countries in selecting a form of government, capitalism (freedom) and communism (oppression). Neither existed in real life then or now. Furthermore, even if those two systems were real, capitalism would present by far the most oppressive form.
My reasoning for saying that is as follows: Using our current-day United States as an example, we have nothing even remotely resembling self-government, and yet the American people are deeply indoctrinated to imagine that they do. We are up to our eyebrows in censorship, hidden from view and highly effective. Our elections are either fake or meaningless, our president, congress and Supreme Court mere actors reading scripts. All information we see is controlled except far-removed outposts like this blog and a few others, several hundred readers at best. It is the most oppressive system I can imagine, and yet only a few are aware of it.
The alternative, “communism,” was supposedly the most oppressive one – but openly so. Therefore we imagined that citizens of Russia in the old Soviet Union were no more than slaves, and even as they knew they had no freedom, Russian citizens had to look at their shoes and pretend that they loved their government to stay alive and out of jail. That too was an illusion.
Communism was never the enemy of capitalism, and visa versa, but there were pockets of self-government in 1973. It has always been self-government, self-determination, responsive and accountable governance that has been the enemy of our elite rulers. It is always demonized, suppressed, attacked and overthrown. In those days it was labeled communist, these days “terrorist,” merely a new version of the old demon.
Thus was Salvador Allende said to be a “Marxist.” This made him a suitable target for removal and assassination.
In 1973 Chile must have had flourishing movements to hold its government accountable. I can think of no other reason why it was targeted. It was for this reason that Salvador Allende, controlled opposition, was put in the office of president – to address the dreams and raise the hopes of the Chilean people. His removal from office and replacement by scarecrow General Augusto Pinochet was merely a staged public passion play. It was a means of taking those hopes and aspirations and crushing them.
To this day, any movement that works toward self-governance, accountability and responsiveness is labeled “the left.” We are conditioned to think in diametric opposites even as self-governance can flourish in any place with free flow of information and rise of natural leaders. “Left” is an illusion, a replacement word for “life, liberty and pursuit of happiness.” These days anyone who rises up in such movements – that is, anyone whose name we know, is controlled opposition. Bernie Sanders in this country is only the latest. The real “left” is rudderless, leaderless, motionless.
I think this is a widely-used model, not only in remote places like Chile, but in the United States as well. We saw John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and John Lennon all idealized, lionized, and then, like Allende, assassinated. All of these assassinations were fake, we now know. That is not the point – each man was but a scoundrel used to raise up our hopes for meaningful change and then to crush that hope.
That, to me, is the meaning of 9/11/73 – crushing hope. It is a common treatment used everywhere to control us, keep us in chains.
PS: There was another staged (and fake) assassination in the wake of the rise of Pinochet, that of Ambassador Orlando Letelier, whose car was blown up in Washington, DC in 1976. There were two other people supposedly in that car – Michael and Ronni Moffitt. I do not know what becomes of these people after their deaths are faked. I do know that once the public thinks they are dead, they can appear in public and not be believed to be real, the Elvis sighting phenomenon.