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South Texas We Are CHANGE meets Ray McGovern

SoTx We Are CHANGE meets Ray McGovern

South Texas We Are CHANGE Founder Leo Krayola got to ask Ray McGovern a question at the South Texas College Distinguished Speaker Series on Feb 26th 2009 regarding another false flag op like 9/11 happening under the OBAMA administration & what would happen.

Although I think he led away from my question because of his faith in the OBAMA administration, this is what Ray McGovern had to say:

http://video. google. com/videoplay?docid=1250793418268818975&hl=en

Palin Expresses 9/11 Health Concern


Downtown Express

Volume 21, Number 21 | The Newspaper of Lower Manhattan | Oct. 3 - Oct. 9, 2008

Palin Expresses 9/11 Health Concern

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the Republican vice presidential nominee, last week expressed concerns for Lower Manhattan residents and workers suffering from ailments believed to have been caused by the environmental fallout from the destruction of the Twin Towers. Tribute WTC Visitor Center officials say Palin made the remarks Thursday when she visited the center across the street from ground zero.

Lee Ielpi, the center’s co-founder, said Palin was taken aback when he told her of the large number of workers, residents and volunteers who have respiratory and other health problems because of 9/11. “We have to do something to help these people,” Ielpi recalls Palin saying.

Ielpi, a retired firefighter whose son was killed trying to rescue people from the towers, spent months searching for his son and other people killed in the attack.

3rd Annual 9/11 Truth Film Festival @ Cine El Rey - McAllen, TX


South Texas We Are Change will be accepting donations & selling treats for the FealGood Foundation this Sept. 11th. 2008, 7pm @ Cine El Rey (311 S. 17th st. in Mcallen,Tx) Accompanied by a Screening of “The 9/11 Chronicals Part 1-Truth Rising ” & “Fabled Enemies” sponsored by Weird Magazine.

The Primary mission of The FealGood Foundation, a non-profit organization, is to spread awareness and educate the public about the catastrophic health effects on 9/11 first responders, as well as to provide assistance to relieve these great heroes of the financial burdens placed on them over the last 7 Years.

All proceeds from the sale of these products (Cupcakes, Brownies, Cookies) go directly to the FealGood Foundation.

Leo Krayola
Founder of We Are Change South Texas

NIST WTC 7 Investigation Finds Building Fires Caused Collapse


NIST WTC 7 Investigation Finds Building Fires Caused Collapse
Report and Recommendations for Improving Building Safety Released for Comment

August 21, 2008

(301) 975-3097

Michael Newman , NIST
(301) 975-3025

GAITHERSBURG, Md.—The fall of the 47-story World Trade Center building 7 (WTC 7) in New York City late in the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2001, was primarily due to fires, the Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) announced today following an extensive, three-year scientific and technical building and fire safety investigation. This was the first known instance of fire causing the total collapse of a tall building, the agency stated as it released for public comment its WTC investigation report and 13 recommendations for improving building and fire safety.

Senate bows to Bush, approves surveillance bill


Senate bows to Bush, approves surveillance bill

By PAMELA HESS, Associated Press Writer
Wed Jul 9, 4:38 PM ET

Bowing to President Bush's demands, the Senate sent the White House a bill Wednesday overhauling bitterly disputed rules on secret government eavesdropping and shielding telecommunications companies from lawsuits complaining they helped the U.S. spy on Americans.

The relatively one-sided vote, 69-28, came only after a lengthy and heated debate that pitted privacy and civil liberties concerns against the desire to prevent terrorist attacks. It ended almost a year of wrangling over surveillance rules and the president's warrantless wiretapping program that was initiated after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

The House passed the same bill last month, and Bush said he would sign it soon.

Opponents assailed the eavesdropping program, asserting that it imperiled citizens' rights of privacy from government intrusion. But Bush said the legislation protects those rights as well as Americans' security.

The NAFTA Superhighway is DEAD (at least for now)


I realize this is not exactly 9/11 truth related but it does deal with the NAFTA Superhighway (Trans Texas Cooridor [TTC]) and, in a sense, the North American Union (NAU). As a delegate to the 2008 Texas Republican State Convention, I can say first hand that resolutions against the TTC and the NAU were turned in, voted upon, passed and are now part of the Texas Republican Party platform. It just goes to show that if you fight hard enough, significant battles here and there can be won (even amongst a slew of close-minded capitalists). Nothing is impossible. The TTC has effectively been killed (the government's first attempt at it, that is).

Bob Barr on Glen Beck talks about Patriot Act, NAU, NAFTA Superhighway, and "9/11 truthers"

Bob Barr on Glenn Beck 06/06/2008 - Part 5:

Covers the Patriot Act, civil liberties, the Second Amendment, border security, the NAU (North American Union), the NAFTA Superhighway, and "9/11 truthers".

9/11 families excluded from Guantanamo hearing


9/11 families excluded from Guantanamo hearing

Thu Jun 5, 2008 4:03am BST

By Jane Sutton

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - As the Guantanamo war crimes court prepared to arraign five prisoners on death penalty charges of orchestrating the September 11 attacks, a Pentagon official apologized on Wednesday for excluding victims' families from the hearing.

The U.S. military quietly invited one woman whose brother was an American Airlines pilot killed in the plane that crashed into the Pentagon in the 2001 attacks.

But the invitation to attend Thursday's arraignment at the Guantanamo Bay naval base in Cuba was rescinded when the New York Daily News revealed that lone invitee Debra Burlingame was an ardent defender of President George W. Bush who spoke in support of his administration at the Republican Party convention during his 2004 re-election campaign.

Relatives of other victims complained that the Guantanamo trials were being politicized and the Pentagon's legal adviser, Brig. Gen. Thomas Hartmann, acknowledged the matter was mishandled.

Libertarian Party picks Barr as presidential candidate


Libertarian Party picks Barr as presidential candidate


DENVER (AP) — The Libertarian Party on Sunday picked former Republican Rep. Bob Barr to be its presidential candidate after six rounds of balloting.

Barr beat research scientist Mary Ruwart, who also sought the party's presidential nomination unsuccessfully in 1983, on the final ballot. The vote was 324-276.

Barr endorsed Wayne Allyn Root, who was eliminated in the fifth round, to be his vice-presidential nominee.

Barr left the GOP in 2006 over what he called bloated spending and civil liberties intrusions by the Bush administration.

The former Georgia congressman said he's not in the race to be a spoiler.

"I'm a competitor and I'm in this to win. I do not view the role of the Libertarian Party to be a spoiler and I certainly have no intention of being a spoiler," Barr said.

FBI agents objected to military's 9/11 interrogations, audit finds


FBI agents objected to military's 9/11 interrogations, audit finds
A long-awaited Justice Department report says they questioned the legality and effectiveness of certain tactics.
By Richard B. Schmitt
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

9:11 PM PDT, May 20, 2008

WASHINGTON — FBI agents who assisted with overseas interrogations of suspected terrorists after Sept. 11 often clashed with their military counterparts and refused to participate in the most aggressive intelligence-gathering methods because they doubted they were legal or effective, a long-awaited Justice Department audit found.

At the same time, the report released Tuesday by Inspector Gen. Glenn A. Fine faults officials at FBI headquarters for failing to provide prompt guidance to agents in the field on what to do if they witnessed interrogations using snarling dogs, sexual ploys and other abusive techniques that violated long-standing FBI policy.

Moore aims for followup on `Fahrenheit 9/11'

In this Feb. 24, 2008 file photo, Michael Moore arrives for the 80th Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles. Moore, who won the top honor at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival with "Fahrenheit 9/11," plans a followup to resume his examination of the nation's status in the world in the years since the Sept. 11 attacks. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta, file)


Moore aims for followup on `Fahrenheit 9/11'

CANNES, France (AP) — Michael Moore is taking America's temperature again.

Moore, who won the top honor at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival with "Fahrenheit 9/11," plans a followup to resume his examination of the nation's status in the world in the years since the Sept. 11 attacks.

Welcome to Paulites Against Truthers

Just so you guys know, at, truthers and Paulites alike are duking it out over this issue:

Noam Chomsky dismisses 9/11 "inside job" Truth (Great Comments by him!)


Welcome to Paulites Against Truthers

Attention 9/11 truthers who have polluted Ron Paul's campaign: We authentic (libertarian-conservative free-market capitalist) Paulites want you to leave the campaign. Dr. Paul does not agree with you and wants you to shut your mouths.

New Dark Knight poster distinctly post-9/11


New Dark Knight poster distinctly post-9/11

Martin Anderson
Den of Geek
Sunday, April 27, 2008

The whysoserious website set up to promote Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight has released a sensational new poster with a rather post-9/11 sensibility. The poster features Christian Bale as the caped crusader, poised heroically in front of an apparently burning building onto which the Bat-motif has been carved in flames.

In a publicity-machine that has played avid Batman fans like a harp from hell, this piece of artwork is a killer blow, and perhaps represents best Nolan's attempt to cross over the fantasy of the Batman myth with modern themes and sensibilities.

Even if the film sucks when it opens on the 18th July, the year-long build-up of often-innovative publicity almost qualifies for its own page on the IMDB, and a good rating to boot. And we don't think the film will suck.