We are pleased to announce that Victoria Ashley has accepted our invitation to help moderate 911Blogger.
911Blogger users will be familiar with her posts and comments as Victronix.
Victoria is a co-founder and editor of 911TruthNews.com.
The following is posted as her bio there:
Victoria Ashley has been researching the attack since 2003 and has contributed unique insights into the modes and methods of misinformation used to marginalize the 9/11 Truth Movement. Victoria highlighted the importance of Steven Jones’ work in a 2006 essay, Steven E. Jones, A Physics Professor Speaks Out on 9-11: Reason, Publicity, and Reaction, and in late 2006, helped to organize the Scholars for 9/11 Truth & Justice group. Her most recent essays are Discrediting By Association: Undermining the Case for Patriots Who Question 9/11, and, To Con a Movement: Exposing CIT’s PentaCon ‘Magic Show‘.
Victoria has demonstrated her concern for truth and justice by consistently relying on credible evidence and sound reasoning to expose not only the false elements of the official version of 9/11 and the evidence pointing to insider involvement, but also misinformation and dubious claims that have been circulated in the 9/11 Truth Movement.
In addition, she has demonstrated patience and respect for people, even when she or her views are subject to hostility. We believe Victoria will be an asset on the 911Blogger Team in our mission to cover 9/11 related news, events, information and research, to advance the cause of truth and justice, and to provide a space that promotes civil discussion of news and issues related to 9/11 and the post-9/11 world.
We also want to acknowledge the importance of the 911Blogger user community; the site would not exist without you. We appreciate your feedback on the management and direction of 911Blogger as we go forward into the next decade following 9/11. The thread below is open for your comments.
Justin, Ted, John and Erik
|Litigation seeking the release of never before seen 9/11 FBI records is currently underway in the federal courts. There is an immediate need for a FOIA attorney to assist the plaintiff with this important case. The defendants have a large body of legal experts working to prevent the release of these records. A public interest FOIA attorney has offered their services at a reduced public interest rate. Will you help to raise the required funds? Release of these requested records may help settle questions surrounding the Pentagon and Shanksville controversies, as well as others. Release of these records could also help overcome future claims of release exemption by the FBI for other 9/11 records requests.|
BuildingWhat.org is up and running! A few weeks from now, thousands of New Yorkers - maybe even millions - will visit BuildingWhat.org to learn about Building 7 for the first time. Please take a look, and while you're there, please consider donating to help put the "BuildingWhat?" ad on every TV screen in New York.
We’ve raised $25,000 more since the ad premiered last Thursday, bringing us to a total of $39,765, and it has been viewed over 100,000 times on YouTube. Thank you for making the first week of the ad’s existence a huge success.
Two Important Action Items!
1) Can you forward the URL http://BuildingWhat.org to at least 10 friends so that another 100,000 people learn about the “BuildingWhat?” campaign?
We are pleased and tremendously excited to share this groundbreaking TV ad with you for the first time. We hope, with your help, to be able to show it to one million New Yorkers one month from now. Please go to BuildingWhat.org to watch the ad and please donate generously. Every $750 we raise is enough for another spot to reach another 10,000 people. Your donation will be fully tax-deductible. 5% of it will go to the WTC Rescuers Foundation. And 5% of it will be matched by another generous donor.
Our strategy for buying spots is guided by two principles. Firstly, showing it to audiences who will respond productively and influence the public discussion, such as young people, academics, journalists and the political class. And secondly, repetition!
We will be sending off the ad two weeks from now. Between now and then we welcome your comments. We're all in this together!
Very truly yours,
A recent security update broke the comment voting system, we hope to have the problem fixed soon.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command will conduct early morning exercises over the Washington area.
The exercises will take place between midnight and 2 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. Civil Air Patrol aircraft and Coast Guard HH-65 Dolphin helicopters will take part in the exercise.
These exercise flights have been conducted throughout the U.S. and Canada since the start of Operation Noble Eagle, the command's response to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
-- Associated Press
Chile has become the first country in the world to approve, by 100 votes in favor and one abstention, a law guaranteeing net neutrality
(Google translation; Spanish original)
The law states [/. submitter's translation]: 'No [ISP] can block, interfere with, discriminate, hinder, nor restrict the right of any Internet user of using, send, receive or offer any content, application, or legitimate service through the Internet, as well as any activity or legitimate use conducted through the Internet.'
UPDATE - July 8th
Putting this blog back on top, a few people are still contacting us with login or commenting problems, please see the instructions below on how to correct this.
UPDATE: We've isolated our recent login problems to cookie-handling changes in the Drupal 6.17 update. (See http://drupal.org/node/458704). Our excellent programmer has corrected the problem, but unfortunately the lifetime of our login cookies was 23 days.... so you may still be unable to login well into July unless you clear all your "911blogger.com" cookies.
How to clear cookies:
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Jun 23rd 2010:
Washington - Remains of victims have been discovered in the rubble of the World Trade Center nearly nine years after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks:
Seventy-two bone fragments were found in about two dump trucks of debris that had yet to be sifted by forensics experts, US television's ABC News reported Tuesday, citing the New York Medical Examiner's Office.
The office said DNA testing was likely to identify some of the remains, given the size and condition of the bone fragments. About 1,000 people of the nearly 3,000 victims of the suicide plane hijackings that brought down the two towers of the World Trade Center have yet to be identified.The experts sifted through 645 cubic metres of debris over three months to find the remains. The debris was the last from the World Trade Center that had yet to combed.
Only 289 intact bodies were recovered. May-30-2002 - cnn.com
A anonymous supporter obtained the FOIA records that were released to ABC news earlier this year.
(correction from earlier, this is all 10 DVD's)
The dataset is 26GB in size, and it's currently only available as a torrent, if you have webspace and bandwidth to spare please consider putting them on your FTP/Web site and sharing the link.
Order it at Infowars.com
9/11 William Rodriguez interviews 7/7 Survivor Daniel Obachike
Charlie Sheen and William Rodriguez
George Galloway British MP and William Rodriguez
Friday, January 29, 2010
By Agence France-Presse
Friday, November 20th, 2009
The government is to review an air defense system established after the September 11, 2001 attacks to determine whether the costly program is still necessary, the New York Times reported Friday.
The review is expected to include a complete reassessment of the threat of a terror attack by air and will consider the cumulative effects of various security measures taken since the 2001 attacks.
"The fighter force is extremely expensive, so you always have to ask yourself the question 'How much is enough?'" Major General Pierre Forgues, the Canadian who currently serves as director of operations for the North American Aerospace Defense Command, commonly known as Norad, told the paper.
The Times notes that US "Gen. Victor E. Renuart Jr., the head of Norad and Northern Command, ordered the review in response to criticism this year by the Government Accountability Office that the command had failed to conduct 'routine risk assessments.' General Renuart expanded the scope of the review 'to refine how we allocate and request resources today,' said the commands’ spokesman, James Graybeal."