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UPDATE: Rate this Yahoo! wire feed.
Here is some original coverage from Milwaukee, not an AP feed;
...U.S. Rep. Mark Green (R-Wis.), who is running for governor, released a statement that said: "Not a dime of either taxpayer or tuition dollars should be going to Kevin Barrett so he can tell students that September 11 was a creation of the government, and that the most murdering terrorist organization in the world is a myth created by the CIA."
MADISON, Wis. (AP) A state lawmaker is calling on the University of Wisconsin-Madison to fire a part-time instructor who has spoken out on his beliefs that figures in the U.S. government, not al-Qaida, were behind the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Kevin Barrett is scheduled to teach a class in the fall in the UW-Madison Department of Languages and Cultures of Asia, UW-Madison Provost Patrick Farrell confirmed in a statement Thursday.
Seeing isn't believing - The Guardian
I asked passengers what they had seen and experienced and was told by two survivors from the bombed train that, at the moment of the blast, the covers on the floor of their carriage had flown up - the phrase they used was "raised up". There was no time to check their statements as moments later the police widened the cordon and I was directed to the opposite pavement, outside the Metropole hotel.
Moments later, Davinia Turrell, the famous "woman in the mask", emerged from M&S together with other injured passengers and I followed them into the hotel. It was from there that at around 11am I phoned a hurried, and what I now know to be flawed, audio report to the Guardian. In the report, broadcast on our website, I said that it "was believed" there had been an explosion "under the carriage of the train". I also said that "some passengers described how the tiles, the covers on the floors of the train, flew up, raised up".
Richard Andrew Grove's latest:
The recent interview with Trevor Carey (specifically) contains some great info, all of the interviews contain explanations of my original â€œtransmissionâ€ as well as new information further detailing the more prolific parts of 9-11.
Newsweek has a new article called "The Myth of Al Qaeda: Before 9/11, Osama bin Ladenâ€™s group was small and fractious. How Washington helped to build it into a global threat."
Here are some excerpts:
Certainly al-Libi is looking less and less like the fearsome 'bin Laden lieutenant' he was made out to be. And we find this sort of debunking has occurred with many Al Qaeda "lieutenants" whose gauzy reputations are reduced to pill-sized smallness once the culprits themselves fall into our hands.
Every Sunday in July at SIF (Sheffield Independent Film), films start at 6:30pm and 8pm.
The attacks on New York and Washington on 11th September 2001 have been described as a "New Pearl Harbor" and they have been used to justify the war against Afghanistan and Iraq, the erosion of civil liberties in the US and the UK and the permanent "War on Terror".
Viewpoint: New York Times and neocons bury 9/11 truth movement - rockrivertimes.com
With the 9/11 truth movement, it was a case of walking into a carefully planned and skillfully executed trap. The Times article branded the movement as a group of â€œconspiracy buffsâ€ and proceeded to ridicule and trash their beliefs. The attack was predicated on a report of a two-day conference in Los Angeles sponsored by the 9/11 movement.
Ruppert said the movement failed to consider two key points: when the major media must take note of a story they have failed to report, they try to discredit independent efforts, and independents must avoid the obvious points of ambush.
Blink 182 Star Latest Celebrity To Question 9/11 - prisonplanet.com
Blink 182 star Tom DeLonge has followed in the footsteps of Charlie Sheen by becoming the latest celebrity to publicly doubt the official version of events behind 9/11 and voice his belief that the attacks were an inside job.
DeLonge is the lead singer in Blink 182, a southern Californian punk/pop quartet that has had two US Billboard number one selling albums and whose 1999 album Enema of the State went platinum five times over.
Activists Protest Guantanamo and 9/11 Report - Seven Days
Last Sunday afternoon, a perfect 80-degree day brought crowds to the Church Street Marketplace in search, perhaps, of sun, sustenance and sales. Some of those shoppers and cafe people-watchers were treated to an unexpected, confrontational bit of street theater. Nine men wearing black hoods and orange jumpsuits, meant to represent Guantanamo Bay prison detainees, made their way down Church Street, hands held â€” though not cuffed â€” behind them. Two in front carried an upside-down American flag; two at the rear carried a large white sign with the message: "Arrest the U.S. government â€” 9/11 was a U.S. military attack." These strong words met with derision and anger from some; others applauded. "Only in Burlington . . .," opined one onlooker.
Within 48 hours of the US Justice Departmentâ€™s startling announcement Friday of the round-up of a â€œhome-grownâ€ terrorist cell in Miami, the media had all but dropped the story.
Its initial response, particularly that of the broadcast news outlets, was to amplify the governmentâ€™s lurid charges, warning of a conspiracy â€œeven worse than September 11,â€ including a supposed plot to blow up the nationâ€™s tallest building, the Sears Tower in Chicago. The television news channels carried live shots of the building, as if hijacked airplanes were about to plow into them.