Kevin Barrett from Responds to Recent NYTimes Coverage

MUJCA Coordinator Responds to NY Times Journalist -

The first and biggest problem is the fault of the headline writer. This was not a conference for “conspiracy buffs,” a term that ordinarily refers to marginal people who are obsessed by minute details of various events that they, but very few others, view as conspiracies. First, there is no question about 9/11 being a conspiracy, since no one person acting alone could have committed the crime. Second, half of New Yorkers (probably more than half by now) believe top US officials committed high treason by conspiring to enable the 9/11 attacks; forty percent of US adults believe the official version is a cover-up; and a clear majority of Americans is calling for a new investigation focused on the possibility of official complicity. Thus the agenda of the Chicago conference attendees is mainstream, not marginal. Finally, the Chicago conference was focused on activism, not “comparing notes” about what may have happened. Of the more than fifty events, around forty were specifically geared towards activism, while fewer than ten addressed education about the evidence. The phrase “conspiracy buffs comparing notes” is therefore highly inaccurate, perhaps even defamatory, and an apology from the New York Times would be appreciated.

The egregious headline overshadowed other inaccuracies and questionable statements. Allow me to take them one by one.

While your there check out Kevin's coverage of the Chicago conference as well:
War is the First Casualty of Truth

Bravo, Kevin.

Bravo, Kevin.

off topic: in case you

off topic:

in case you missed it, the latest killing of Zarqawi has two different stories for 'Abu Abdul Rahman al-Iraqi'.. one is that he is the guy who updated the al-queda's website about Zarqawi's death, and the other states that he was killed with Zarqawi after unwittingly leading the military there..

so, Abu Abdul Rahman al-Iraqi was both killed and updated their website.. nice.

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I hope Alan has the guts to

I hope Alan has the guts to respond.

I doubt it.

I doubt it.

Good article by the way

Good article by the way Kevin.

Zarqawi was now reportedly

Zarqawi was now reportedly alive after the bombing, and even carried away on stretchers.
But "died shortly afterwards".

Could it be they just handed him over to CIA and he's alive an well? All we have is photographs that any Hollywood studio could have done better.

(see M$M reports)

this site is

Please read the long essay

Please read the long essay by Michael Green, Ph.D., a psychologist, entitled "How They Get Away With It" which can be found here:

At the simplest level, it's about the war games and the Mineta testimony, but he does a great job of linking it back to JFK, Iran-Contra, et al, and crucifies the Commission, most notably Lee Hamilton, who also had a role in covering up the October Surprise and the Iran-Contra affair.

There are some great "liftable" quotes to be used (the piece is copyrighted), and it ought to be shared in whatever way available.

If the media are supporting Coulter's remarks, and if they are detaining 9/11 folks on trumped up charges, then we don't have much time left, do we?

this site is

this site is doomed. House_...eutrality_rules

Thats a rape
wel | 06.09.06 - 10:25 am | #
son of a bitch.the end of the internet is coming. soon, you will have to pay a HUGE fee to have a site that runs as fast as the corporate ones.not a peep from the media about it.the only place ive seen any real coverage of it is on NOW on PBS.and how many people watch that? a couple million that already think like us?son of a bitch.

this site is doomed. wel |

this site is doomed.

wel | 06.09.06 - 10:25 am | #
We were all doomed the day the Rothshi|d family found out how much easier and more profitable it was to lend money to governments than to the little guy.

From there, the bankers simply began purchasing the governments, and enabling wars in order to finance them.

The rest is.... disgusting.

the Dmes just put an

the Dmes just put an amendment forward to strengthen internet protection, but of course it was stopped.



Kevin Barrett's article is

Kevin Barrett's article is excellent, as always. He's one of my favorite 9/11 essay writers, for sure.

I was watching that

I was watching that reporter's reaction when Traitor Carlsom refused to show the collapse of WTC -7 during the screening of "The Improbable Collapse." When Carlson declared they were out of time, he laughed along with everybody else. He got it.

what reporter?

what reporter?

Excellent response by Kevin

Excellent response by Kevin Barrett! I'm going to print this and use it with the Times article, he should have also mentioned the ommission of 'conspiracy buffs' Morgan Reynolds (former member of the Bush Administration) and the highly decorated David Bowman. How convenient.!

"The temptation to quit will

"The temptation to quit will be greatest just before you are about to succeed." - an old Chinese saying

Mike Ruppert & From the

Mike Ruppert & From the Wilderness say it's the end of "the movement":

As Ruppert and others have pointed out, in spite of widespread disbelief over the years of the Warren Commission's findings, such disbelief changed nothing. I can't help but wonder if he's correct on this one.

In the spirit of DZ's quote

In the spirit of DZ's quote above and in response to Rupport...I offer the following story:

In The Hands of Destiny

A great Japanese warrior named Nobunaga decided to attack the enemy although he had only one-tenth the number of men the opposition commanded. He knew that he would win, but his soldiers were in doubt.
On the way he stopped at aShinto shrine and told his men: "After I visit the shrine I will toss a coin. If heads comes up, we will win; if tails, we will lose. Destiny holds us in her hands."
Nobunaga entered the shrine and offered a silent prayer. He came forth and tossed a coin. It was heads. His soldiers were so eager to fight they won their battle easily.
"No one can change the hand of destiny," his attendant told him after the battle.
"Indeed not," said Nobunaga, showing a coined which had been doubled, with heads appearing on both sides.

I'm not giving up the

I'm not giving up the fight...not until the last breath leaves my body.

Then my kids will continue on... they have been indoctrinated by THE MAMA!!


To Chris - the NY Times

To Chris - the NY Times reporter.

Kevin Barrett, you do some

Kevin Barrett, you do some very fine writing, thanks!

A tale from the net:

“Tell me the weight of a snowflake,” a coalmouse asked a wild dove.

“Nothing more than nothing,” the dove answered.

“In that case I must tell you a marvelous story,” the coalmouse said. “I sat on a fir branch close to the trunk when it began to snow. Not heavily, not in a raging blizzard. No, just like in a dream, without any violence at all. Since I didn’t have anything better to do, I counted the snowflakes settling on the twigs and needles of my branch. Their number was exactly 3,471,952. When the next snowflake dropped onto the branch–nothing more than nothing, as you say — the branch broke off.”

Having said that, the coalmouse ran away.

The dove, since Noah’s time an authority on peace, thought about the story for a while. Finally, she said to herself, “Perhaps there is only one person’s voice lacking for peace to come to the world.”

Mike Ruppert & From the

Mike Ruppert & From the Wilderness say it's the end of "the movement": fre...e_summary.shtml

As Ruppert and others have pointed out, in spite of widespread disbelief over the years of the Warren Commission's findings, such disbelief changed nothing. I can't help but wonder if he's correct on this one.
Benonymous Rex | 06.09.06 - 12:47 pm | #
no, thats just Mike Ruppert being his usual self. its a very typical statement from a guy who has sersiou jealousy and ego problems. i love his book, its one of the best and most informative ive ever read, but you have to take his "editorials" with a huge grain of salt.