Yours Truly contacted American Free Press asking them to cover this story a few days ago... In any event, firefighters are our best friends if we can get them to talk...

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y.—On the morning of Sept. 11, 2005, New York City auxiliary fire lieutenant Paul Isaac Jr. asserted, yet again, that 9-11 was an inside job. “I know 9-11 was an inside job. The police know it’s an inside job; and the firemen know it too,” said Isaac.

The ramifications of this statement are immense: One of New York’s own firefighters says publicly that 9-11 couldn’t have been the work of Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda, but instead was planned, coordinated and executed by elements within our own government.

He also added, after pointing to throngs of police officers standing around us, that, “We all have to be very careful about how we handle it.”

Isaac reiterated what a 9-11 survivor told this journalist during our protest at Ground Zero on Sept. 11, 2005—that emergency radios were buzzing with information about bombs being detonated inside the World Trade
Center towers.

Also, Isaac directly addressed a gag order that has been placed on firemen and police officers in New York.

“It’s amazing how many people are afraid to talk for fear of retaliation or losing their jobs,” said Isaac, regarding the FBI gag order placed on law enforcement and fire department officials, preventing them from openly talking about any inside knowledge of 9-11. There is more information related to Isaac circulating in on-line and print reports, so here again we are hearing first-hand evidence from individuals who were on the scene, such as live witness William Rodriguez, saying that the World Trade Center towers were brought down not by the airliner’s impact or the resulting jet fuel fires, but instead by a deliberately executed controlled demolition.

Tragically, due to heavy-handed pressure from officials at the city, state and federal levels, we are still not hearing the entire story.

Researcher Vincent Sammartino, who was also at the WTC “open grave site” on the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2005, wrote the following on the on-line news web site APFN: “I just got back from Ground Zero. People know the truth. Half of the police and firemen were coming up to us and telling us that they know that 9-11 was an inside job. They were told not to talk about it. But they were supporting what we were doing. I had tears in my eyes.”

Good news that is...

Good news that is...

Tell Bloomberg what you

I will say this to

I will say this to their broadcast, by which I only watched for a few minutes, gave a "thumbs up" to for their participation at the war rally. It doesn't cancel out everything done in the past... but it's a start.

I am going to avoid posting

I am going to avoid posting in this thread on the grounds that it may incriminate me.,0,884205.story?trac...

The only consensus in FDNY apparent here is that anyone who questions the official story is mud.

I wish somebody would do an

I wish somebody would do an anonymous poll of NYC firefighters. If about 50% of NY City residents believe in LIHOP or MIHOP, I'd guess the figure for firefighters is about 90%. THAT would make a great talking point.

As for Bloomberg "applauding" Habib's resignation - he should be ashamed.

Well, WingTV may rub some

Well, WingTV may rub some people the wrong way, but regardless of that, when you got firefighters making statements to the effect of 50% of all firefighters and police officers know 9/11 was an inside job, that is good new.

If anybody feels the need to

If anybody feels the need to tell Bloomberg anything, by all means do so. As for me, my attitude is a) Bloomberg should be asking me what I think. He's responsible for NYC, not me. b) I don't believe in wasting time and energy with individuals (and, to some extent, institutions) that show no sign of receptivity to truth and consistently betray the public.

Bloomberg was jerk who allowed NYC police (if that's what they were) to treat peaceful anti-war protesters like dirt. He would make a good Nazi.

If Bloomberg has apologized for his treatment of American citizens exercizing their rights of free speech and peaceful assembly, I'll sincerely retract my statement. Otherwise, it stands.