Philip Boese Posted over 1 year ago Is Technology stopping or abetting political apathy? Can we beat political apathy with technology? I think there is a substantial amount of evidence out there that the report of the 9/11 Commission explaining the attacks is very faulty and incorrect in many ways. It pains me that the general public is so quick to accept whatever they are told. Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth (name may not be just exactly that) seem to say there's lots and lots to doubt about the government's version of "the truth". It must be the case that the majority of people do not want to hear what whistle-blowers have to say, preferring not to disrupt the status quo no matter how mediocre it may be. I must be an outlier, because all this stuff bothers me a lot. It seems that internet technology is making some inroads toward making other than the "official story" available to the public, but whether we can ever get enough voters to confront the corruption in government is still an open question. Again, I point to anticorruptionact dot org. Why doesn't everybody tell their friends and neighbors, hey, lets get the corruption out of our government so it can work for us for a change? Too many just don't believe it's possible, while many don't even want to see a problem there at all. I imagine a large number of my facebook "friends" have elected not to have my posts show on their page since I am like a broken record on these things.