Daryl Bradford Smith interviews Dr. Morgan Reynolds and Eric Hufschmid


Bush administration Labor Dept. economist, Dr. Morgan Reynolds, and Eric Hufschmid, author of "Painful Questions", spell out clearly the evidence proving 9-11 was done by our government and agents from Israel.

Click the links below for the MP3 audio files
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Hour_2, from Nov 16, 2005

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Hour_1, from Nov 16, 2005
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dz: right, I agree with

dz: right, I agree with that.

"There just isn't enough time!" excuse.

somebig/dz, I think another

somebig/dz, I think another thing I have done personally is make a joke out of it.

Find ways to make people laugh about the way things are. In doing so they're stress can momentarily be relieved and at the same time they can see clearly.

There's so much to make fun of or be satirical about so you'll never run out of material :)

Just about done listening to

Just about done listening to this, not a whole lot of new information, seems more like a rallying cry to get people moving. That it does not matter who is right or wrong, and there is no sense in arguing about it, its time to act.

We don't need to know all the answers before we expose the truth, we only need enough to prove the official story is a lie. And we already know that much, so spread the word!!!

It's hard somebig, people

It's hard somebig, people don't want to hear it.

People have to be

People have to be "re-trained"... to think outside the "box"... how does one go about doing that?

Jon, I believe changing our

Jon, I believe changing our own outlook is the best we can do.

Hey Professional, I know

Hey Professional, I know what you mean, but this article is spectacular:


Let people stew on this one for a bit and they may start waking up.

Hey guys, this reminds me of

Hey guys, this reminds me of a conversation I had with a buddy of mine once. First of all, I gave him a bunch of information and videos to watch, and he was willing to examine the evidence.

Sometime later, I ran into him and asked him if he looked at the stuff and he said him and his wife were talking about it and weren't sure they "wanted to know", they'd much prefer to live their lives without knowing about this stuff. I still encouraged him to look at the stuff, but I don't know if he ever did.

Looking back, I could have made him realize that he MUST watch the videos. Reason being is his wife is expecting a child. I should have asked him what type of world he wanted his child to grow up in.

I should have asked him if he wanted his child to be sent to war at the age of 18. Didn't Cheney make a statement that the war on terror would last for generations? I could send him these statements and make him think long and hard about whether or not it was worth his while to consider what was really happening.

I could have asked him if he wanted his child to have clean air to breathe, clean water to drink, a job, an economy, etc...

But I didn't think about these statements at the time, I wasn't prepared for the question. However, NEXT TIME I hear such an excuse I am ready for them.

We have to show people how these events affect everyone of us, everytime you discuss this topic with people, remember their responses and come up with reasonable arguments against those responses to use at a later date.

We can get to everybody (except the hopeless) one way or another, we just have to learn how to make an effective argument in response to everything they say. Everytime somebody tells you "No Thanks", find out why, and come up with a reasonable rebuttal for the next time.

The blind only have so many excuses, once we have responses for all of them, then we got em!!

somebig, I don't think

somebig, I don't think instilling fear is the right idea.

When we use those kinds of tactics then we are simply becoming those who oppress us.

Sometimes when we think someone is confused or lost, in his own mind he is perfectly sane. I'm not sure if I'm making sense with that?

Like William Cooper said, and I'm paraphrasing... You can put a mound of evidence in front of someone, but they won't see it until they are ready.

one word, apathy. the harder

one word, apathy.

the harder the average american has to work, the less likely he/she will want to spend their free time doing real research or activism.

ive met many along the same lines.. dont want to know, think im wrong, but dont want to know anything to upset that assumption..

Professional: I never

Professional: I never considered that instilling fear, merely making an effective argument.

The government and the mainstream media are busy instilling fear everyday, but cutting through the nonsense and informing people of the truth and how it affects them is enlightening them.

You use a soft touch of course, expose them to what might happen if things don't change.

"Cheney says the war on terror will last for generations, do you want this for your child?"

"If the war on terror is a lie, do you really want your child fighting for it?"

I remember how liberated I felt when I learned the truth, I suddenly wasn't a war mongering, government pawn. And I suddenly wasn't afraid of those pesky terrorists with box cutters.

Ah, I have a better

Ah, I have a better understanding.

I think some people just

I think some people just accept it. Like, "Well, they screwed us again, it's nothing new..."

Those guys are the HARDEST people to convince to do something...

Next to Neocons of course.

Yeah, I know a few people

Yeah, I know a few people that know and couldn't care less. I bring it up to them occasionally and they say they don't want to talk about it.

At least they know, thats half the battle.

I've found that if you just

I've found that if you just walk up to someone and say, "You think Bush was behind 9/11?", they sometimes say, "Yup"... and then I get into my schtick... those guys are fun.

GIJOE... ;)

GIJOE... ;)

People who still watch TV

People who still watch TV news, etc... those guys are hard to. Whether they're Democrat, and especially if they're Republican.

I work with a woman who has

I work with a woman who has a young son. I gave her videos of 9/11 truth. She wouldn't watch them. I asked her why. She told me she dosn't want to know the truth. I guess she would rather live in a dream world. I guess this is what happened to the German people before the second world war. When they finally woke up it was too late. We have our work cut out for us.

Maddog, my argument above

Maddog, my argument above may help her to realize that she really should know the truth.

The people who scare me, are

The people who scare me, are the people who know what they've done, and agree with it.

Maddog... you could show her

Maddog... you could show her what has happened since 9/11.

Show them

Perhaps all these

Perhaps all these suggestions can be combined into a nice blog post ?

:) "The Professional"...

:) "The Professional"... entitled, "Now that you KNOW, what can you DO"

"Men occasionally stumble

"Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing ever happened."

--- Winston Churchill

"Not to know is bad. Not to want to know is worse."

--- African proverb

I think "what about the children" is a good angle. Although it seems to fall on deaf ears alot (it doesn't even work on my sister). I don't have kids myself, and it is a little aggravating that I seem to care more about the future of the planet than some of those with kids do (and grand-children).

Yeah... reminding people

Yeah... reminding people that their kids are going to have to grow up in this world BushCo is creating is good.

"Some people see things as

"Some people see things as they are and ask 'why?'. Others see things that never were and ask 'why not?'. The rest of us go to work and don't have time for any of that." - George Carlin