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These stories were printed on p.9 of the SMH today. Together they occupy a full half page on the newspaper, including a large photo of the WTC7 debris pile as you can see in the image below:
This is pretty significant in my opinion.
It is the first time to my knowledge that the Sydney Morning Herald (one of the top broadsheets in the country) has covered the topic.
November 25, 2009
NO PLANE flew into Building 7 at the World Trade Centre. But seven hours after the Twin Towers collapsed in flames on September 11, 2001, this third skyscraper fell too.
Like its larger neighbours, it fell rapidly, vertically, almost symmetrically, like an implosion. It took 5.4 seconds for its 47 storeys to complete their fiery descent.
Scientific paper points to possible laboratory origin of swine flu
By Peter Duveen
PETER'S NEW YORK, Tuesday, November 24, 2009--A just-released scientific paper spells out the hypothesis, first suggested in the weeks following the initial outbreak of swine flu in humans in the Spring of 2009, that the flu emerged from a laboratory.
The peer-reviewed paper, published today in the Journal of Virology, analyzes the makeup of the genes of the now-famous A H1N1 virus, and concludes that, although it could possibly have come about through cross-contamination among flocks of birds or herds of swine, an equally, or perhaps more probable explanation is that it emerged from laboratories that store viruses for research or vaccine production.
This just went up on the CBC website
Eight years after 9/11, why are doubts growing about the official record of that day?
They just posted the video to their facebook event
I can't seem to get the embed code out to post the video.
From Richard Gage AIA:
We recorded an agreement with Oleh Rumak, executive producer, that we would grant an interview only under the condition that they would air the evidence of free-fall, molten metal, iron-rich microspheres, nano-thermite chips, lateral ejections, and pulverized concrete.
Good Job Lorie... stick to your guns. - Jon
By Michael McAuliff
Some 9/11 widows who want to see a terror trial in New York today questioned why a group strongly linked to Liz Cheney is leading the charge in opposition to the trial.
Her father, after all, is the man many Democrats and liberals think broke the law in pushing for interrogation techniques now deemed torture by the Obama administration, and which were used on Al Qaeda plotter Khalid Shaikh Mohammed.
The anti-trial group is led by Debra Burlingame — whose brother piloted one of the doomed planes — and who is a guiding light at 9/11 Families for a Safe & Strong America.
The 9/11 Families group had as a springboard Keep America Safe, a Liz Cheney vehicle where Burlingame serves on the board.
Ventura in the Los Angeles Times. Although part of the Entertainment Rubric, do not underestimate the impact on mainstream oriented public. Ventura always clearly and concisely formulating his topics. I hope his TV series will have same qualities. This brief interview is worth reading.
Source: Los Angeles Times
By Scott Collins [The Sunday Conversation]
Jesse Ventura is back. The former pro wrestler, who served as Minnesota governor from 1999 to 2003, is the host of "Conspiracy Theory," an investigative series that premieres Wednesday on truTV.
On "Conspiracy Theory," you investigate secret societies and supposed government coverups. Such theories are everywhere, but really, what big conspiracy has ever been proven?
The Association of Right-Wing Bedwetters presents: 5 compelling reasons not to hold terror trials in New York City
This Modern World ~ http://www.salon.com/comics/tomo/2009/11/23/tomo/index.html
5 compelling reasons not to hold terror trials in New York City
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US discussed Iraq regime change a month after Bush took office, senior British officials say RAW STORY Nov. 24th
US discussed Iraq regime change a month after Bush took office, senior British officials say
By John Byrne
Tuesday, November 24th, 2009 -- 9:13 am
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blair US discussed Iraq regime change a month after Bush took office, senior British officials sayThe chairman of the British Joint Intelligence Committee in 2001 told investigators Monday that elements of the Bush Administration were pushing for regime change in Iraq in early 2001, months before the 9/11 attacks and two years before President George W. Bush formally announced the Iraq war.
Sir Peter Ricketts, now-Secretary at the Foreign Office, said that US and British officials believed at the time that measures against Iraq were failing: "sanctions, an incentive to lift sanctions if Saddam allowed the United Weapons inspectors to return, and the 'no fly' zones over the north and south of the country."
Utzon's son signs up for September 11 conspiracy theory
AS CONSPIRACY theories go, it is up there with the CIA assassination of president John Kennedy and the faked moon landings. The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001, have spawned a cottage industry devoted to questioning whether they were the work of al-Qaeda and hinting that it was ''an inside job''.
Now a lead figure in the self-described ''9/11 truth movement'', an American architect, Richard Gage, has revealed one of its most high-profile adherents to date: Jan Utzon, son of the world-famous designer of the Sydney Opera House, Joern Utzon.
In a video posted on YouTube during his current visit to Sydney, Mr Utzon is interviewed by Mr Gage and endorses his call for a new inquiry into the September 11, 2001, attacks.
British officials heard the "drum beats" of war with Iraq emanating from the US government more than two years before the 2003 invasion and several months before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Sir John Chilcot's Iraq inquiry has heard.
By James Kirkup and Gordon Rayner
Published: 12:36PM GMT 24 Nov 2009
But the UK in 2001 refused to back a policy of regime change because the British view was that toppling Saddam Hussein would have been illegal.
The first session of Sir John's public inquiry into the events before, during and after the war is hearing evidence from senior civil servants about British policy and plans for Iraq in 2001.
The British policy on Iraq was put under formal review at the start of 2001, when George W Bush arrived in the White House as US president.
Sir William Patey, then head of Middle East policy at Foreign Office said that in February 2001, the UK knew that some in the new US administration wanted to topple Saddam
The Hard Evidence Down Under Tour 2009 - An Amazing Success!!
by Janice Matthews
November 23, 2009
The Hard Evidence Down Under 2009 Tour has nearly wrapped up, following events in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia and in Wellington, New Zealand. Every one of these events met with overwhelming success.