New!!! Visibility 9-11 Podcast Launches

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This podcast explores the many facets of the 9-11 attacks which contradict the governments official story, the massive cover-up which is currently underway, the failure of the mainstream media in America to ask real questions, and the aftermath of 9-11 including the un-Constitutional wars and the taking of liberty here at home.

This broadcast examines the big picture of what is taking place in America today and how September 11th fits into the scheme of things. Forget "conspiracy theory"! The governments own story about what happened is itself a "conspiracy theory"!

Learn for yourself why people are talking about what is becoming known as the "alternative conspiracy theory".

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Michael Wolsey is good

Michael Wolsey is good people...

It's full of religious bull

It's full of religious bull shit. It makes me puke.

Below is a link to learn how

Below is a link to learn how to be listed in iTunes and/or the Apple music/video store. That way the audio and video that you post can download easily into iTunes, and from there onto iPods.

Today I was playing videos on my iPod for people (2 at a time, one earbud each!)

"Podcasting and iTunes: Technical Specification":

Be the media!

I don't remember hearing any

I don't remember hearing any "religious bullshit".

Michael Wolsey may be good

Michael Wolsey may be good people, but his thinking and behavior is f'd up: colorado911visibility cancelled (without even telling him why!!!) the scheduled 2005 CO appearance of Morgan Reynolds because MR intended to mention the POSSIBILITY that holograms might have been employed to help deceive the world on 9/11.

(I sometimes wonder if the likelihood that holograms were used is not in direct proportion to the amount by which these thought-suppressors doth protest too much...)

MW also subscribes to the limited-hangout-feeding notion of "one strike and you're out" when it comes to any 911truther ever being wrong about anything (though he does not apply this rule even-handedly; it's OK when David Ray Griffin makes a mistake, but not when others make it).

Can you say "gatekeeper"?

911blimp, so you endorse the

911blimp, so you endorse the "holograms" theory?