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Some persons have dodged truth movement problems by exaggerating the amount of scientific expertise needed to ponder them. Even in relatively advanced truth movement products are problems (for the media and government) that are found via simple methods, e.g. just reading the official reports. Lets consider naming explicitly varied categories of problems according to how simple were the methods used to see them.
Glenn Beck has made many statements hateful toward patriotic Americans that are researching 9/11 and supporting the family members' demands for truth. One youtube page headlines Glenn Beck as saying: "I hate 9/11 victims families for asking questions."
Just as problematic, a surprising number of Beck's statements have a terroristic quaity by indirectly or directly referring to the death of specific people (see links below). When a famous figure makes vague references to violence, it can affect different people in different ways, and can be interpreted as a suggestion Beck doesn't mind if someone should carry out his stated violence.
Now is the time to hold his advertisers accountable. The airwaves belong to Americana people and its time to take them back. This is something you can ask your friends and peers to support, even if they have not yet studied the harder parts of the truth movement. Tell the leaders of your religious community, too, that if they stand for any truth, they need to deal with this with integrity.
An Open Letter to Inspector General Todd Zinser
Investigate NIST Officials Shyam Sunder and John Gross
Summary: I am writing to urge immediate investigation of Shyam Sunder and John Gross of NIST for the following possible violations in their investigations of the destruction of the 3 WTC towers in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001: (1) waste, fraud and abuse, (2) making false and/or incompetent statements, (3) mismanagement, and (4) possible misprision of felonies.