If the Families Don't Believe the Government, What Does that Tell You?


As for 9/11: Why do hundreds of family members who lost sons, brothers, fathers, husbands, sisters, cousins, wives – why do they not believe the government's version of 9/11? Are all these people wackos? Part of a “left” or “right” wing conspiracy?

There is far, far more to 9/11 and the justification of the illegal invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq than the average American can even imagine. As much as I know took me 18 months after 9/11 to get out of denial. There were too many unanswered questions and once I began the hard research, I got sick to my soul. While I have read every book out there on 9/11, in my humble opinion the only two books every American should read about 9/11 are Crossing the Rubicon by Michael Ruppert and The Terror Timeline by Paul Thompson.

I also strongly recommend you get the DVD of the McKinney briefing on 9/11 which includes wives and mothers whose husbands and sons died on that day. I watched this event on C-SPAN and, quite frankly, it was shocking and beyond disturbing. The families of those murdered have done the most extraordinary and exhaustive investigations into 9/11. What they have found is ugly, but it is the truth and all Americans should want the truth over comfortable lies.

Crossing the Rubicon has sold more than 100,000 copies, second only to the Kean cover up Commission Report on 9/11. Crossing the Rubicon is 564 pages, but has 900 foot notes to back up everything in the book. It is one of the most thoroughly researched books I have ever read and believe me, I didn't want to read it, but I had to in order to make sure in my own mind. If the families who have suffered so much don't believe the government, what does that tell you?

Thanks Gold for this great article. Be sure to send in thanks, and maybe show it to others in the mainstream media, perhaps they can take some notes.


Has downloads for the CSPAN McKinney briefing.

Thanks DSM

Thanks DSM