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The 9/11 Truth and Justice Movement is being infiltrated and corrupted. Right before our eyes.
It is being transformed from a valid, thriving grassroots movement into a questionable weed-rooted movement.
And the primary cause for these unfortunate events are the hijacking of the movement by so-called "New World Order" conspiracy theorists, which I will refer to as the New World Order Movement.
Once (rightly) relegated to the realm of "nuts", "kooks", and "conspiracy theorists", the latter in the negative use of the phrase, the New World Order Movement has begun riding the coattails of the hard work of 9/11 Truth activists and supporters, attempting legitimacy by association.
And by doing so, they are dragging the 9/11 Truth and Justice Movement down, and not only making it lesser, but causing it to stagnate in growth, power and legitimacy, and in some ways even regress to lower levels of prior achievement.
This is very cool. Created by an architect in Texas. I didn't want to "resource-theft" the images on his server to display here, so just go and look at them, you won't be sorry. Here's the explanatory text, though:
World Trade Center Model Display
Why are we only seeing this now, at this late date? And why wasn't it reported here?
And what else is out there that we have, as yet, to see, that may contain important information?
This looks kind of like that "Bob and Bri" video, and maybe part of it is, but with additional parts. (I watched part 2 first)
However, it also looks like parts have been edited out of these, too.
There is a pretty good article at OnlineJournal.com by Joel S. Hirschhorn. Here is part of it, click the link for the rest.
Next step to 9/11 justice
By Joel S. Hirschhorn
Online Journal Contributing Writer
Sep 25, 2007, 01:17
Everyone thinks of terrorism and homeland security for lessons learned from 9/11. There is another opportunity. Make our government trustworthy and truthful.
The 9/11 truth movement is stronger than ever, though it is generally derided by politicians and ignored by the mainstream media. It is fueled by people passionate about alternative explanations to the official 9/11 story. Understandable, considering that the co-chairs of the 9/11 Commission admitted: “We were set up to fail.”
This is an extremely comprehensive site about the WTC "hot spots", "molten metal" and related issues, with great images, some of which I've never seen before. Definitely worth looking at, or studying.
Note: The following link does not work in Firefox, so you must use Internet Explorer.
The History Channel (THC) series "Cities of the Underworld" episode "New York" (2007) has a segment on the World Trade Center and the need for and creation of the "bathtub". (the final segment)
It shows some historical video and talks about what happened when the towers collapsed into the bathtub.
It might have some valuable information in there. I didn't catch anything offhand, but it should be viewed more than once and scanned for info by multiple people to ensure nothing is missed.
I don't see where it can be viewed online. I also don't see it playing again. You can order the DVD, but it's pricey.
We don't have enough 9/11 Humor.
This cartoon is mildly funny from a local weekly newspaper, "The Chico Beat", Vol. 2, #29, Sep. 14, 2007.
Even if it is somewhat making fun of "us". (although, this shows that 9/11 Truth and Justice is slowly but surely infiltrating the American culture and psyche)
Since it has been over five years since 9/11 occurred, and longer for any crimes involving the implementation of 9/11, as well as those which occurred after the fact, such as, say, insurance fraud, we have to start worrying about statutes of limitations.
I'm not an attorney, judge, or (well-) versed in criminal law, so I don't know what the actual time limits are, or the deep implications.
There is no statute of limitations for homicide in the United States, so that is a protection for those whose direct or indirect actions involved the intentional and pre-meditated death of people.
Others could be let go "scot-free", as it were, for some lesser crimes, however.
Like the market trading, as merely one example. Insurance fraud would be another.
The evil wikipedia states:
For US military cases, the Uniform Code of Military Justice states that all charges except for those facing general court martial (where a death sentence could be involved) have a five year statute of limitation.
So that is of some concern.
I don't know if this article and the information therein will help out 9/11 Truth, but you never know. It's interesting informationally and as a personal account of that day by someone who was very close to the action. There are some interesting images there, and maybe she has a lot more that aren't published. Heard about through ae911truth.org contacts.
As practicing thermographers, we expect each day to provide new experiences and teach new lessons. September 11, 2001, taught every American a life-altering lesson. This paper presents an account of that day by an ordinary thermographer who was working across the street from the World Trade Center that morning and suddenly found herself in an extraordinary situation. This paper details the thermographer's thoughts and experiences while making the long journey home.
If you want a good laugh, check out the PBS website about the documentary "Building on Ground Zero".
It's very pretty to look at, though. And maybe some of the content can be co-opted for the truth.
I don't know if they have shown this documentary already, but I think they are going to show it on 9/11.
Right off the bat there was extreme B.S., which is to be expected. In the first item, "Impact to Collapse: Watch an expert-narrated slide show of the Twin Towers' final minutes", in the first section, their "expert" laments on the unfortunate fact that their analysis of the Twin Towers collapse site was "corrupted" and "hampered" by rescue efforts, leaving a less-than-perfect scene for investigation, implying that that is not normal. Apparently he is either not too bright, purposely obfuscating the facts, or had never been on a real investigation team, since pretty much every site where something bad occurs is "corrupted" by rescue efforts.
What a joke.
The History Channel (THC) is showing a documentary called "9/11 Conspiracies: Fact or Fiction". I saw a reference to it in a reply, but no blog entry. (it has apparently already been broadcast awhile back one or twice, and it's not online)
Unfortunately, I missed most of it. But from what I saw it was your typical hit piece. Just like the BBC documentary, "9/11: The Conspiracy Files".
Although it seemed to have more content from DRG, AJ, the LC "kids", etc. And some good shots of people protesting and at talks. So that will help for the people who aren't psychotically anti-"conspiracy theory" and/or know little to nothing about it. So it will have some good effect. (it's actually a mistake for them to broadcast this sort of thing)
I did notice at least several typical disinformation episodes where the narrator was making comments that were completely contrary to and obvious skewing of what people were saying. It was so blatant that it was kind of shocking, although that may be because it is poorly done. (plus it probably works for most people, anyway)
It's showing it again at 1:00. Here's the schedule:
I don't know about other states (although I just read that there are 20 others), but California has an "Adopt-A-Highway" program that allows businesses and organizations to adopt a stretch of highway for cleanup and other reasons. For doing so, you get the name of your group (business/organization) on a sign that people can see as they drive by. It's a small (-ish) sign, but readable, especially if you use simple black lettering and your group name isn't too long. It can also have a somewhat subconscious and subliminal effect, I'm sure, even if people don't actually consciously see it and read it. (which might actually be even better)
So my idea is to create a group called "9/11 Was An Inside Job" and have multiple local member groups in each city so that they can all use the same name. And that name can be put on the signs.
Here is an email reply I sent to someone about the NAU.
Thanks for the link. I don't remember now if I've heard that interview, but I know about Corsi and what he says and thinks. I think he's wrong. (and I question him, his agenda, and his intent)
As an example, on the page you link to, it states, "the current efforts by President George W. Bush to merge the United States with Canada and Mexico into a regional, trilateral government called The North American Union."
That is basically an out-and-out lie. If you wanted to be nice about it, you could say it is misinformation; if you wanted to be paranoid, you could say it's disinformation.
But it is a gross misrepresentation and fallacious interpretation of what the NAU is, to the point where it is a simple falsity.
The NAU is an economic union — nothing more, nothing less. Similar to the EU. And just like you would be wrong to say, or characterize, the EU as "one government", where each member country has lost its sovereignty, so would you be absolutely incorrect in doing the same with the NAU.
I think this is ancillary to the 9/11 Condition.
The United States of America is not the only government that has proclaimed great things for its citizens. The following French declaration is similar to the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. (and possibly based in part on them) And the U.S. wasn't the first, either. Before 1789, there was The English Bill of Rights in 1689 as an Act of the Parliament of England. And there are others, before and after. However, even though they are all similar, they are not the same, and have been amended and re-interpreted over time, and are also each lacking in their own way (for example, often primarily referring to "men", and more often than not, implying "white men", etc.). And reading all of them makes each more clear, and particularly the underlying values and rights and concepts and ideas more clear, as well. These things need to be read by everyone from time to time as a refresher.
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
Approved by the National Assembly of France, August 26, 1789
It's pretty easy these days to make 9/11 slogan "bookmarks" with your computer, printer, and/or perhaps a photocopier. These can then be placed in books and magazines in stores, your public library, among and in other places and items. (pick more popular items, as well as others, including "fringe" items, depending on whom you want to reach)
I suggest that people be creative when creating things for tabling, whether it is for informational items like flyers and the like, or signs, or other things to grab people's attention, like this idea. (below; you would think this would be self-evident, but I've seen so many tabling tables that even I just want to walk by even though I'm interested in the subject) This stuff is SO much easier now than it was before we had computers.
And it doesn't take a lot of effort, or talent, or ability to make stuff look pretty nice and even professional. (think about using some color instead of all black and white, and consider laminating things that are there for people to look at and not take (or one of what they can take) so they don't get bent and crumpled and stay nice-looking)
As many have noted, and many understand, "9/11" was the source from which many bad things have originated over the last several years. Starting with the so-called Patriot Act (and going downhill from there), the illegal government wiretapping (which used as an excuse the so-called "War on Terror", et al.), the Military Commissions Act, Afghanistan and Iraq war actions, and who knows what else, before now, and in the future.
Well, here is yet another possible, potential, and perhaps even probable, 9/11-based attack on the American people.
A recent Wired article discusses the concept of "data reuse", and as merely one example of how that can be bad, cites how the United States Census Bureau used their information (database) to help round up WWII Japanese-American internment camp evaders. (news to me, and now I'm even more pissed about the whole thing, as if I wasn't pissed enough about it before)
The goal of this blog post is to encourage people to consciously think about and consider the concept of paranoia, which is a form of fear, and how it relates to 9/11. (as well as other fears, real, perceived, and/or irrational)
Specifically, how living in a heightened state of sustained fear, whether in the form of paranoia, or other fears and anxieties, negatively affects a person's thought processes, outlook, belief systems, and, inevitably, our behaviors.
And how understanding more about these issues gives us more control over them, and allows us to not be unduly affected by them in the negative sense. As much as humanly possible, of course.
We often hear certain words and phrases thrown around when discussing various issues regarding 9/11, including "paranoia", "fear-mongering", "the politics of fear", "the government's use of fear as a tool", "culture of fear", etc. It has been my experience, however, that they are often used by people in a monkey see–monkey do manner, if you will, without (enough) breadth and depth of understanding.
Here are a couple of 9/11 PC Desktop Wallpaper images I made.
They are both 1024x768 and about 100Kb.
If you want them different sizes, I suggest freeware IrfanView for simple image manipulation.
This is just a reminder to people that Michael Moore's documentary film SiCKO premiers around the country this weekend (June 29), and it is a great chance to get the word out about 9/11 Truth and Justice.
Even if you just stand outside the theater (as close as you can get) and hold up a sign, you can plant a seed in a lot of people's minds. And these are people who are already "almost there". (you might get more success on the way out of the theater than on the way in)
For those of you who are a little more activist oriented, there are additional things you can do, although some of them may be "technically illegal", so you're on your own if you choose to engage in some direct action that dances with "the law."
I would guess that some activists are going to put fliers on people's cars in the theater parking lots. (some city ordinances claim this is littering)
Some activists are probably going to get to the theater early and put fliers in people's seats. (I'm sure they have a law that fits this scenario, as well)
I'm surprised this wasn't reported here, preferably before it occurred so I could have listened to it. Perhaps no one around here also listens to Dreamland, or Coast-To-Coast. I don't listen to them anymore, unless there's something or someone really interesting on them. Which is rarely, these days.
I could see some people not wanting "9/11 Truth" (and Justice!) to be associated with those "UFO and alien and paranormal kooks and nut cases". Tinfoil hat-wearing lunatics, each and every one. ;o)
However, it is a demographic that is quite large (some would say unusually large), and it's good that those people were introduced to the 9/11 Truth and Justice Movement, and it's good that the person was DRG. I don't know how big their audience is now, but I would guess it's fairly large, still. And many of them aren't any more psychotic than most of us. I bet there is already a fairly large cross section of interested parties, too.
Here's a link for a small after-report. (and there might be some way to listen to the thing from an online archive, but it might (probably will) cost you something)
Our Chico, CA Robert Bowman Patriots Tour speaking event went pretty well. Not only did more people attend than we thought we were going to get (140+), but one of the local news channels showed up and did a report, resulting in the WTC 7 collapse videos being shown to thousands of people on the 11:00 nightly news.
I just found my earliest email to others about 9/11, when I first got into 9/11 Truth.
It was early April, 2005. I can't believe it took me that long. Doh!
So now I'm a two-year-old. (perhaps others would like to share similar stories)
Date: Fri, 08 Apr 2005 19:28:18 -0700
Subject: World Trade Center towers a Controlled Demolition?
I was talking with someone the other day and they mentioned how much
the World Trade Center towers looked like a demolition takedown,
which I never thought about before, but they do. How odd is it that BOTH
towers came down (instead of just one), and they came down basically
identically, even though the planes hit in different locations on different
floors and in different flight positions and angles, and they both came
straight down, like a demolition, (if you've seen those, it is 100% like
them), and they didn't topple over and land on any other buildings.
More than a bit strange and coincidental.
And then there is the weird collapse of Tower 7.
And the weird anomalies that occurred at the Pentagon crash.
And at the Pennsylvania crash.
The following page has the below listed points. (and more there)
As a preface to our PR, I don't understand why some people think Bob Bowman's Patriots Tour doesn't have anything to do with 9/11. On his website homepage he states:
"We reject as totally inadequate the Kean-Hamilton-Zelikow 9/11 Commission Report which admittedly contains perjured testimony, refrains from assigning responsibility and accountability for our defense's failures, and fails to even address dozens of unanswered questions and obvious flaws in the Bush Administration's official story. We therefore demand a new and truly independent investigation of 9/11. We demand an investigation of the cover-up which followed 9/11 involving the confiscation and destruction of evidence, lying to investigators, and obstruction of justice."
Someone sent us an email pointing out this information listed on the U.S. Embassy in Japan website that has warnings about terrorist activity shortly before 9/11.
If you scroll down to the bottom, the 9/7/2001 linked entry states:
September 7, 2001
The U.S. Embassy in Tokyo today issued to all American citizens in
Japan the following Warden System message:
"We have received unconfirmed information that terrorist actions
may be taken against U.S. military facilities or against
establishments frequented by U.S. military personnel."
and the 9/10/2001 linked entry states:
Cindy Sheehan spoke to a crowd of between 200 to well less than 250 Wednesday night in Chico, CA on CSUC campus. The event was promoted by the local Chico Peace and Justice Center and the CSUC Peace Institute. The average audience age was around 35 to 40. (when the one of the pre-speakers mentioned the 'young people' or students attending, two people yelled out "where are they?" — I would guesstimate there were easily less than 50 people there under the age of 25)
The talk was good, if seemingly short. Perhaps not quite as good as Col. Ann Wright (ret.) the night before. Wright is a more dynamic speaker in some ways — more of a 'character'. Perhaps Sheehan was tired. (it was after 7:00 pm and she had done a radio interview around 6:00 am, with some other events during the day)
Her talk was a little "preachy". My interpretation. But she was preaching to the choir, so... Mostly, as you would expect, her talking points revolved around anti-war and pro-peace issues, with some heavy impeach Bush and Cheney thrown in for good measure. Don't get me wrong — it was interesting and valuable and worthwhile.
I attended a presentation by Col. Ann Wright at CSU Chico. It was a great talk. In the "peace and anti-war activism" sense, anyway. There were about 60 to 80 people there. (there should have been many more, although the room only seated 100 to 150, at most)
She talked about her 40-year career in the military and some of her stations, one of which was at the U.S. embassy in Afghanistan in 2002 after the U.S. invasion. (which was after the CIA pre-infiltration) Her last station was in Mongolia in 2003 at which time she resigned because of the Bush administration's invasion of Iraq in March, with which she disagreed. (she got about 400 emails from fellow and sister military personnel, who agreed with her and supported her, but could not resign because they had families to support and such)
I understand that 9/11 Blogger (and other sites) want/s to keep the focus on "9/11 Truth". (as to blog posts, etc.)
But, what exactly are the parameters, or limits, or breadth and depth that should be included?
Obviously all of the "directly related" 9/11 issues should be included.
However, I suggest that everything that sprang forth from "9/11" should also be included.
This would include the Afghani and Iraqi war actions, the so-called Patriot Act, the Military Commissions Act, and other related issues. (loss of civil liberties, attacks on the Constitution, Gitmo concentration camps, extraordinary rendition, whether "torture" should be allowed, Cindy Sheehan and other anti-war activists and activism, etc...)
And then there are ancillary issues, such as false flag operations, disinformation and propaganda, some or most of the things discussed on, for example, "Democracy Now", and ..... The list could be somewhat large here.
I would like to see the breadth and depth expanded to include most of the above issues. (at least for the non-News/front page blogs)
Our local weekly newspaper, Chico News & Review, has a front page story about 9/11 Truth (and Justice!).
It's a pretty good article. I don't like the article title, "Truth Believers", but I suppose it's okay.
They tried to make it "balanced" by including a CSUC professor's comments (the same prof who did the "pancake theory" presentation at our 9/11 Truth-ish conference last week).
But it is more 9/11 Truth and Justice than anything. Mostly it profiles our group, Chico 9/11 Truth, and some of its "core group" members, showing that "normal, intelligent, professional people" can be pro-9/11 Truth.
Chock up another mainstream media win for our side.
Slowly but surely, step by step.....
Here's the online version:
I should probably mention that this recap is from my own observations and thoughts and in no way, necessarily, reflects the thoughts of the CSUC Peace Institute, or the Chico 9/11 Truth group, or their members, or those associated with them all, directly or indirectly, all presented in my indelible writing style, if I may be polite toward myself.
The week-long 'conference' in Chico was a success. Perhaps a minor success, but that's okay right now. It would have been a major success if we had had more people attend. That was the only real disappointment, imo.
There were two events each day, first a documentary film and then a presentation, held on the CSU Chico campus, except for Saturday, which was a single-event documentary film at the local small alternative theater. The average attendance was about 30 people, with a couple of events only getting about 20, and two events getting about 60.