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By MARIA NEWMAN
Published: January 31, 2007
After meeting with President Bush today, the son of a former police officer who died last week from an illness that may have been linked to his rescue work at the World Trade Center on 9/11 said Mr. Bush had assured him that he wanted to expand federal financing for the medical needs of people injured at ground zero.
“I’m not quoting Mr. President, but what I heard is that there will be more support,” Cesar Borja Jr., 21, said in describing his meeting with the president. “I felt a dedication. I felt the motivation and appreciation as well that the president has for my father, my family and myself for coming this far.”
Cesar Borja Sr., 52, died of a lung disease hours before his son attended the State of the Union address last week in Washington to draw attention to the plight of 9/11 rescue workers like him who became ill after they were exposed to toxic dust at ground zero.
Fellow Truth Seekers,
I just wanted to start a topic where we can compile information and comments on NIST
I hope to read and add my thoughts on these findings
Please leave all your discoveries and comments below:
National ConstructionSafety Team Advisoy Committee 2003 Report to Congress:
Does NIST Have a Stake in the War on Terror and the Control and Surveilance of American Citizens
NIST: Both Fingerprints, Facial Recognition Needed to Protect U.S. Borders
Isn't the Department of Commerce a Branch of the US Government?
As a non-regulatory agency of the US Department of Commerce's Technology Administration, NIST develops and promotes measurement, standards and technology to enhance productivity, facilitate trade and improve the quality of life
NIST is 1984
NIST Director Urges Better Security for Critical Industrial Systems
And you thought NASA was a funnel for money that will never be accounted.
"Gauging the Economic Impact of Government R&D Programs
It looked like Wolf Blitzer gave this some coverage on CNN tonight, but by the time I really caught what he was discussing, they were onto the poor Ground Zero rescue pooches that are also dying.
Ailing NY Ground Zero workers demand more help
By Tom Hals Wed Jan 31, 4:00 PM ET
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rescue workers with chronic illnesses they attribute to exposure to the rubble at the World Trade Center site demanded long-term support from the government on Wednesday, and one advocate feared it could become "America's Chernobyl."
As President George W. Bush met the son of a World Trade Center rescue worker who died of lung disease, a group of residents, paramedics and union members gathered at the site and demanded hundreds of millions of dollars to help workers who cleared the area after the September 11, 2001, attacks.
"This could be America's Chernobyl, but it doesn't have to be," said Mariama James, a resident of the neighborhood near the World Trade Center.
If you are in Austin, TX on Thursday, February 1st, meet up with some like-minded folks at this event, organized by UT grassroots group, Project for a New American Citizen.
Come seize the opportunity to see Alex Jones live at the University of Texas Union Ballroom (24th and Guadalupe) on February 1st at 7:30 P.M. Alex’s lecture will be followed with a Q & A in the ballroom. Then a short appearance at Brave New Books at 1904 Guadalupe.
Project for a New American Citizen was interviewed yesterday on the Alex Jones show, January 30, 2007.
NIST WTC-7 Technical Approach and Status Summary
January 31, 2007 – It has been 1,967 days since World Trade Center Building Seven (WTC-7) collapsed at 5:20PM on September 11, 2001. After 5 years, 4 months, and 19 days the government has yet to explain how or why this building within the World Trade Center Complex that was situated furthest from the twin towers, nearly two blocks away, the building that suffered significantly less debris damage from the collapsed towers when compared to WTC-5 and WTC-6, neither of which collapsed although engulfed in fires and catastrophically damaged by falling debris, the 47 story building that collapsed into its basement (footprint) at freefall speed (6.6 seconds)…it is this building, WTC-7, a building that many Americans remain unaware of the fact that it too collapsed on 9/11, it is this very pivotal building in the entire scheme of 9/11 accounts that the government has yet to offer a viable explanation, after all these years, as to how or why it collapsed. NIST claims that it will release its report on WTC-7 in Spring 2007.
A wave of 9/11 truth and other alternative documentaries have suddenly surged up the Google Video rankings, with three "conspiracy" videos in the top eleven alone, including Alex Jones' Terror Storm.
Loose Change is at number three and Aaron Russo's America From Freedom to Fascism at number four.
9/11 Mysteries sits at number fifteen.
Please send this link out to all your friends and e mail lists and help push Terror Storm even further up the charts.
Having so many activist documentaries in the higher echelons of the Google top 100 ensures that new people who have not previously encountered this kind of information will become exposed to the truth.
We can provide a fresh outreach to millions more around the world but only with your help. Please help circulate the Terror Storm link and the other great films via Google Video.
This Saturday and Sunday, the discovery channel will be showing 9/11: Toxic Legay. This is a great show about the sick and dying first responders on 9/11 and how the dust cloud was harmful to the health of everyone despite the fact they were told the air was safe to breath.
9/11: Toxic Legacy
Five years after 9/11, many first responders are suffering serious health complications. What was the environmental fallout from the terrorist attacks and did the government do enough to ensure the public's safety?
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I don't have the video for this show, but here is an mp3 audio file of the show.
The CBC aired this show on Septmeber 10th, 2006. They have some video clips from the show.
The CBC also published an article about the show, which pretty much says in words what's on the video.
9/11 in Context: The Strategy of Tension Gone Global
Finally, an anarchist interpretation of 911 that doesn’t involve “blowback”. I say “finally” only because I just came across these two articles by Tod Fletcher, posted under the pseudonym Max Kolskegg.
In his interview with Guns and Butter, available here:
…he also draws attention to the infiltration of the black bloc in Genoa, Italy. Anarchists are a very easy target for provocateur action (suffice it to say that dressing up like a Zapatista is not difficult), and are thus frequently smeared as instigators of violence. Indeed, it wouldn’t even matter if the black bloc was abandoned as a tactic by the small number of anarchists who engage in it, they would simply be replaced (and frequently are, I imagine) by fascists working for the state. The important thing is not to confuse a philosophy bearing an extremely broad back with the actions of a few people.
Filmakers Rob Balsamo and Gideon524 from Pilotsfor911truth.org on Mike Chambers radio show - 1/30/07
Rob and I went on the Mike Chambers radio show last night to discuss our new film, "Pandora's Black Box - Chapter 2: Flight of American 77" which is based on the inconsistencies of the NTSB-released flight data recorder from the plane that allegedly crashed into the Pentagon on 9/11. To get your copy of the film, visit either myspace.com/911thebiglie or pilotsfor911truth.org and order your copy.
Archived show from 1/30/07:
Revisiting 9/11 Failures - msnbc.msn.com
By Michael Isikoff and Mark Hosenball
Jan. 31, 2007 - The Senate Intelligence Committee and the CIA may be headed for a new confrontation over an old issue: why an internal report documenting the agency’s failures in the run up to the September 11 terror attacks is still being withheld from the public.
The report, prepared by the CIA’s inspector general, is the only major 9/11 government review that has still not been made publicly available.
When it was completed in August 2005, NEWSWEEK and other publications reported that it contained sharp criticisms of former CIA director George Tenet and other top agency officials for failing to address the threat posed by Al Qaeda, as well as other mistakes that might have prevented the attacks.
In a letter sent just this week, three panel members—including Intelligence Committee chairman Sen. Jay Rockefeller and ranking Republican Christopher Bond—revived the issue and asked that an executive summary of the report be declassified “without delay” and released to the public.