New Short Clip from '9/11 Mysteries'

A mass of conrete, iron, and more found fused together below Ground Zero

9/11 - Can you keep a secret? I hope not - The Truth Will Set You Free

"The NIST report represents what can really only be called anti-science. They started with their conclusion and worked their way back to some leading hypothesis."

"Here is the meteorite - molten iron fused with concrete."

"Architects, engineers, people who work with steel - welders - have just never seen the level of destruction and the level of deformation of this material in their lives."

"As I stood there on the 33rd floor, I heard very strange noises on the 34th floor. now, the 34th floor was an empty floor - a floor that did not have any kind of walls, it was a construction floor. It was totally hollowed out there was nothing there . . . not even the elevators stopped there. You had to have a special access key to open the door on the 34th floor"

There are some very interesting clips in this short film, be sure to check it out for some things you might not have seen before.

This is actually part of the recently released 3 part series '9/11 Mysteries'. Sorry for the confusion, here is the link to the full film:
911 Mysteries - Demolitions (Full Length)

Hat tip to for the link!

This is a clip from 911 Mysteries?

That's what it said on the youtube page. Couldn't play the clip for some reason. 911 Mysteries is an excellent film, though.

ugh, you are correct, just

ugh, you are correct, just updated the post.. thanks for the heads up..

i really need to take a day off and watch this, maybe tonight if i can.

You're gonna love it, dz

You can watch the whole film in one fell swoop here:

Wow - 27, 957 views in 5 days...

And folks can get hard copy dvds (support the filmmakers!) here:

This is a clip from 911

This is a clip from 911 Mysteries = which is about the best 911 film out there.

Don't watch the 3 part version...

There's actually a 1 part hi-quality version on google video...the encoding is great...just search "9/11 mysteries" on google video...should be the first link..I think.

Looks great!

Wow - that''s by far the most visually pleasing video I've seen from Google. I've watched this film several times so far, and I've got two hard copies on the way. I can wait to start showing this film to my friends and family. In my opinion, it's the best yet at putting all the evidence for CD together.

How can anyone deny those massive explosions that can be heard on multiple recordings?

“No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.” ~Edmund Burke

Do you believe this film?


You posted this film. Do you believe what you saw?

anyone that doesn't

Believe the empirical & irrefutable evidence in this film is braindead.

How so?

You didn't spot the errors?

You didn't

Spot all the irrefutable facts? LOL

Could you be more specific?

abg sez:

You didn't spot the errors?

Perhaps you would be so good as to elaborate on the errors you spotted, so we could discuss them here.

Merely insinuating that there were errors you spotted and we didn't is disingenuous.

Sure I can. Id' be happy to.

But I noticed lars did that earlier today in this thread and his post was deleted. Maybe you can find out why so I don't have to waste my time if my answer is just going to be deleted too.

So....let me get this straight...

You post (more than once in this thread) that this film has 'errors' you've been clever enough to 'spot', but now you refuse to elaborate, citing a fear that your elaboration will be deleted.

So far in this thread I've seen seven posts from you, abg...none of which contribute to the discussion, and none of which contain any cogent arguments.

In short, I call shenanigans. List the alleged errors so we can discuss them, or admit they're not there.

Can't you read?

Did you see the part in the title that says clearly, "I'd be happy to."

And dz seems to imply he is deleting posts, one which I clearly saw in direct answer to this film.

Yes, I can read....can you?

Did you see the part of my post that says clearly, "List the alleged errors so we can discuss them, or admit they're not there."?

The challenge still stands. List the errors...if you're able.

I can read everything.

Seems you missed the key part, didn't you?

Too bad you can't seem to write anything...

Seems you still haven't posted those 'errors' yet, have you?

dz showed all of us earlier that your claim about him deleting lars' post was just another one of your typical lies. The only reason you have left for not backing up your claim is that you have nothing to back it up with.

Of course, you can prove me wrong anytime by posting those 'errors'...but I won't hold my breath.

i just reviewed all the

i just reviewed all the comments which were deleted in the last 24 hours. I am the only one who has deleted any comments in the last 24 hours, and I can personally state that I deleted no comments in this thread that contained any content whatsoever. I do not appreciate your suggestion otherwise.

for the record, here are the titles of the comments i have deleted in the last 24 hours:
You're fucking stupid,
If you think this post.
Did you hear a fly?.
You're brainwashed.
Chavez is your man!.
Sorry, you're not off the ...
Won't help you.
More twittering from the ...
And STILL not ONE single.

all of those were either spam, or baseless insults.. if you want to insenuate i am a liar then you can do it elsewhere, i can assure you i would never delete a comment here that contained substance and was not a derogatory or inflamatory comment.

in the future i will just unpublish the comments so i can pull back up the body as well so i can prove my case when accused, but then again i dont think i need to.

until you can post something of substance you can expect all of your comments deleted, especially when it comes to questioning my honesty.

Please clarify

You said in a post I just repsonded to that you do not know if some other authorized person may have deleted posts but here you say that ONLY you have deleted posts in the last 24 hours.

Which is it?

any posts which i have

any posts which i have deleted have had no substance at all other than baseless insults, only those posts result in deletion, and even then only when they are blantant attacks and nothing more.

your incessant need to come here to antagonize and provoke is what results in your bannination. if you would post comments that weren't directed at other users, or which contained some form of substance or real discussion then i would have no problem letting you stay, but all i see is intentional antagonization and provocation, despite your claims to the contrary.

So you admit deleteing lars posts?

Even the one that showed several points that this film contradicts itself?

if you had read my post

if you had read my post above you will see that i only delete comments which are baseless attacks with no substance. that should answer your question.

i personally have not deleted any comments from this thread from anyone that covered anything to do with the film, whether or not other team members have i do not know, but i do know they would not delete comments just because they may disagree with them, beleive it or not you are free to advocate whatever positions you wish, but not if every post is confrontational, provocational, or insulting.


I'm only pointing out that I read a post this morning from lars in this thread responding about the content of the film pointing out a few contradictions and that I no longer see the post here.

This is the only reason iImade the qualification about going to the trouble to respond. For what reason would I do so otherwise?

If there are others than you that delete posts, fine. Why don't you check with them if you don't know if they did.

With that settled I'll respond comprehensively later to the problems with that film and why it should not be taken seriously by anyone interested in the truth by 9/11.

If you are interested, that is.

This one...

anyone ever see this page?

I've blogged it here:

comments appreciated.

"There's a shadow on the faces of the men who send the guns to the wars that are fought in places where their business interest runs."

Yup...who do I talk to about

Yup...who do I talk to about getting that 5 minutes of my life back anyway? comment...

These conspiracy debunkers are really jealous of Dylan Avery. They're always attacking him personally for his age,as if being young is a bad thing. Also they mention towards the end that he and his friends have made a nice profit from Loose Change. Really? I don't think so.


Tell us why anyone would be jealous of someone who was so easily debunked as Dylan?

No, I haven't seen it. Your

No, I haven't seen it. Your point?

An important leader of the 9/11 Truth Movement speaks out

"Representatives of the governments of the world, good morning to all of you. First of all, I would like to invite you, very respectfully, to those who have not read this book, to read it. Noam Chomsky, one of the most prestigious American and world intellectuals, Noam Chomsky, and this is one of his most recent books, 'Hegemony or Survival: The Imperialist Strategy of the United States.'" [Holds up book, waves it in front of General Assembly.]

"It's an excellent book to help us understand what has been happening in the world throughout the 20th century, and what's happening now, and the greatest threat looming over our planet. The hegemonic pretensions of the American empire are placing at risk the very survival of the human species. We continue to warn you about this danger and we appeal to the people of the United States and the world to halt this threat, which is like a sword hanging over our heads. I had considered reading from this book, but, for the sake of time," [flips through the pages, which are numerous] "I will just leave it as a recommendation.

It reads easily, it is a very good book, I'm sure Madame [President] you are familiar with it. It appears in English, in Russian, in Arabic, in German. I think that the first people who should read this book are our brothers and sisters in the United States, because their threat is right in their own house. The devil is right at home. The devil, the devil himself, is right in the house.

"And the devil came here yesterday. Yesterday the devil came here. Right here." [crosses himself]

"And it smells of sulfur still today."

Yesterday, ladies and gentlemen, from this rostrum, the president of the United States, the gentleman to whom I refer as the devil, came here, talking as if he owned the world. Truly. As the owner of the world.

I think we could call a psychiatrist to analyze yesterday's statement made by the president of the United States. As the spokesman of imperialism, he came to share his nostrums, to try to preserve the current pattern of domination, exploitation and pillage of the peoples of the world.

An Alfred Hitchcock movie could use it as a scenario. I would even propose a title: "The Devil's Recipe."

As Chomsky says here, clearly and in depth, the American empire is doing all it can to consolidate its system of domination. And we cannot allow them to do that. We cannot allow world dictatorship to be consolidated.

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): The world parent's statement -- cynical, hypocritical, full of this imperial hypocrisy from the need they have to control everything.

They say they want to impose a democratic model. But that's their democratic model. It's the false democracy of elites, and, I would say, a very original democracy that's imposed by weapons and bombs and firing weapons.

What a strange democracy. Aristotle might not recognize it or others who are at the root of democracy.

What type of democracy do you impose with marines and bombs?

The president of the United States, yesterday, said to us, right here, in this room, and I'm quoting, "Anywhere you look, you hear extremists telling you can escape from poverty and recover your dignity through violence, terror and martyrdom."

Wherever he looks, he sees extremists. And you, my brother -- he looks at your color, and he says, oh, there's an extremist. Evo Morales, the worthy president of Bolivia, looks like an extremist to him.

The imperialists see extremists everywhere. It's not that we are extremists. It's that the world is waking up. It's waking up all over. And people are standing up.

I have the feeling, dear world dictator, that you are going to live the rest of your days as a nightmare because the rest of us are standing up, all those who are rising up against American imperialism, who are shouting for equality, for respect, for the sovereignty of nations.

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Yes, you can call us extremists, but we are rising up against the empire, against the model of domination.

The president then -- and this he said himself, he said: "I have come to speak directly to the populations in the Middle East, to tell them that my country wants peace."

That's true. If we walk in the streets of the Bronx, if we walk around New York, Washington, San Diego, in any city, San Antonio, San Francisco, and we ask individuals, the citizens of the United States, what does this country want? Does it want peace? They'll say yes.

But the government doesn't want peace. The government of the United States doesn't want peace. It wants to exploit its system of exploitation, of pillage, of hegemony through war.

It wants peace. But what's happening in Iraq? What happened in Lebanon? In Palestine? What's happening? What's happened over the last 100 years in Latin America and in the world? And now threatening Venezuela -- new threats against Venezuela, against Iran?

He spoke to the people of Lebanon. Many of you, he said, have seen how your homes and communities were caught in the crossfire. How cynical can you get? What a capacity to lie shamefacedly. The bombs in Beirut with millimetric precision?

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): This is crossfire? He's thinking of a western, when people would shoot from the hip and somebody would be caught in the crossfire.

This is imperialist, fascist, assassin, genocidal, the empire and Israel firing on the people of Palestine and Lebanon. That is what happened. And now we hear, "We're suffering because we see homes destroyed.'

The president of the United States came to talk to the peoples -- to the peoples of the world. He came to say -- I brought some documents with me, because this morning I was reading some statements, and I see that he talked to the people of Afghanistan, the people of Lebanon, the people of Iran. And he addressed all these peoples directly.

And you can wonder, just as the president of the United States addresses those peoples of the world, what would those peoples of the world tell him if they were given the floor? What would they have to say?

And I think I have some inkling of what the peoples of the south, the oppressed people think. They would say, "Yankee imperialist, go home." I think that is what those people would say if they were given the microphone and if they could speak with one voice to the American imperialists.

And that is why, Madam President, my colleagues, my friends, last year we came here to this same hall as we have been doing for the past eight years, and we said something that has now been confirmed -- fully, fully confirmed.

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): I don't think anybody in this room could defend the system. Let's accept -- let's be honest. The U.N. system, born after the Second World War, collapsed. It's worthless.

Oh, yes, it's good to bring us together once a year, see each other, make statements and prepare all kinds of long documents, and listen to good speeches, like Abel's (ph) yesterday, or President Mullah's (ph). Yes, it's good for that.

And there are a lot of speeches, and we've heard lots from the president of Sri Lanka, for instance, and the president of Chile.

But we, the assembly, have been turned into a merely deliberative organ. We have no power, no power to make any impact on the terrible situation in the world. And that is why Venezuela once again proposes, here, today, 20 September, that we re-establish the United Nations.

Last year, Madam, we made four modest proposals that we felt to be crucially important. We have to assume the responsibility our heads of state, our ambassadors, our representatives, and we have to discuss it.

The first is expansion, and Mullah (ph) talked about this yesterday right here. The Security Council, both as it has permanent and non-permanent categories, (inaudible) developing countries and LDCs must be given access as new permanent members. That's step one.

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Second, effective methods to address and resolve world conflicts, transparent decisions.

Point three, the immediate suppression -- and that is something everyone's calling for -- of the anti-democratic mechanism known as the veto, the veto on decisions of the Security Council.

Let me give you a recent example. The immoral veto of the United States allowed the Israelis, with impunity, to destroy Lebanon. Right in front of all of us as we stood there watching, a resolution in the council was prevented.

Fourthly, we have to strengthen, as we've always said, the role and the powers of the secretary general of the United Nations.

Yesterday, the secretary general practically gave us his speech of farewell. And he recognized that over the last 10 years, things have just gotten more complicated; hunger, poverty, violence, human rights violations have just worsened. That is the tremendous consequence of the collapse of the United Nations system and American hegemonistic pretensions.

Madam, Venezuela a few years ago decided to wage this battle within the United Nations by recognizing the United Nations, as members of it that we are, and lending it our voice, our thinking.

Our voice is an independent voice to represent the dignity and the search for peace and the reformulation of the international system; to denounce persecution and aggression of hegemonistic forces on the planet.

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): This is how Venezuela has presented itself. Bolivar's home has sought a nonpermanent seat on the Security Council.

Let's see. Well, there's been an open attack by the U.S. government, an immoral attack, to try and prevent Venezuela from being freely elected to a post in the Security Council.

The imperium is afraid of truth, is afraid of independent voices. It calls us extremists, but they are the extremists.

And I would like to thank all the countries that have kindly announced their support for Venezuela, even though the ballot is a secret one and there's no need to announce things.

But since the imperium has attacked, openly, they strengthened the convictions of many countries. And their support strengthens us.

Mercosur, as a bloc, has expressed its support, our brothers in Mercosur. Venezuela, with Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, is a full member of Mercosur.

And many other Latin American countries, CARICOM, Bolivia have expressed their support for Venezuela. The Arab League, the full Arab League has voiced its support. And I am immensely grateful to the Arab world, to our Arab brothers, our Caribbean brothers, the African Union. Almost all of Africa has expressed its support for Venezuela and countries such as Russia or China and many others.

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): I thank you all warmly on behalf of Venezuela, on behalf of our people, and on behalf of the truth, because Venezuela, with a seat on the Security Council, will be expressing not only Venezuela's thoughts, but it will also be the voice of all the peoples of the world, and we will defend dignity and truth.

Over and above all of this, Madam President, I think there are reasons to be optimistic. A poet would have said "helplessly optimistic," because over and above the wars and the bombs and the aggressive and the preventive war and the destruction of entire peoples, one can see that a new era is dawning.

As Sylvia Rodriguez (ph) says, the era is giving birth to a heart. There are alternative ways of thinking. There are young people who think differently. And this has already been seen within the space of a mere decade. It was shown that the end of history was a totally false assumption, and the same was shown about Pax Americana and the establishment of the capitalist neo-liberal world. It has been shown, this system, to generate mere poverty. Who believes in it now?

What we now have to do is define the future of the world. Dawn is breaking out all over. You can see it in Africa and Europe and Latin America and Oceanea. I want to emphasize that optimistic vision.

We have to strengthen ourselves, our will to do battle, our awareness. We have to build a new and better world.

Venezuela joins that struggle, and that's why we are threatened. The U.S. has already planned, financed and set in motion a coup in Venezuela, and it continues to support coup attempts in Venezuela and elsewhere.

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): President Michelle Bachelet reminded us just a moment ago of the horrendous assassination of the former foreign minister, Orlando Letelier.

And I would just add one thing: Those who perpetrated this crime are free. And that other event where an American citizen also died were American themselves. They were CIA killers, terrorists.

And we must recall in this room that in just a few days there will be another anniversary. Thirty years will have passed from this other horrendous terrorist attack on the Cuban plane, where 73 innocents died, a Cubana de Aviacion airliner.

And where is the biggest terrorist of this continent who took the responsibility for blowing up the plane? He spent a few years in jail in Venezuela. Thanks to CIA and then government officials, he was allowed to escape, and he lives here in this country, protected by the government.

And he was convicted. He has confessed to his crime. But the U.S. government has double standards. It protects terrorism when it wants to.

And this is to say that Venezuela is fully committed to combating terrorism and violence. And we are one of the people who are fighting for peace.

Luis Posada Carriles is the name of that terrorist who is protected here. And other tremendously corrupt people who escaped from Venezuela are also living here under protection: a group that bombed various embassies, that assassinated people during the coup. They kidnapped me and they were going to kill me, but I think God reached down and our people came out into the streets and the army was too, and so I'm here today.

But these people who led that coup are here today in this country protected by the American government. And I accuse the American government of protecting terrorists and of having a completely cynical discourse.

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): We mentioned Cuba. Yes, we were just there a few days ago. We just came from there happily.

And there you see another era born. The Summit of the 15, the Summit of the Nonaligned, adopted a historic resolution. This is the outcome document. Don't worry, I'm not going to read it.

But you have a whole set of resolutions here that were adopted after open debate in a transparent matter -- more than 50 heads of state. Havana was the capital of the south for a few weeks, and we have now launched, once again, the group of the nonaligned with new momentum.

And if there is anything I could ask all of you here, my companions, my brothers and sisters, it is to please lend your good will to lend momentum to the Nonaligned Movement for the birth of the new era, to prevent hegemony and prevent further advances of imperialism.

And as you know, Fidel Castro is the president of the nonaligned for the next three years, and we can trust him to lead the charge very efficiently.

Unfortunately they thought, "Oh, Fidel was going to die." But they're going to be disappointed because he didn't. And he's not only alive, he's back in his green fatigues, and he's now presiding the nonaligned.

So, my dear colleagues, Madam President, a new, strong movement has been born, a movement of the south. We are men and women of the south.

With this document, with these ideas, with these criticisms, I'm now closing my file. I'm taking the book with me. And, don't forget, I'm recommending it very warmly and very humbly to all of you.

CHAVEZ (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): We want ideas to save our planet, to save the planet from the imperialist threat. And hopefully in this very century, in not too long a time, we will see this, we will see this new era, and for our children and our grandchildren a world of peace based on the fundamental principles of the United Nations, but a renewed United Nations.

And maybe we have to change location. Maybe we have to put the United Nations somewhere else; maybe a city of the south. We've proposed Venezuela.

You know that my personal doctor had to stay in the plane. The chief of security had to be left in a locked plane. Neither of these gentlemen was allowed to arrive and attend the U.N. meeting. This is another abuse and another abuse of power on the part of the Devil. It smells of sulfur here, but God is with us and I embrace you all.

May God bless us all. Good day to you.

- Hugo Chavez, 9/20/2006

Another from Sept 19th

Transcript of Ahmadinejad' s U.N. Speech, September 19, 2006 · The following is a transcript of remarks by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

Madam President, Distinguished Heads of State and Government, Distinguished Heads of Delegation, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,

I praise the Merciful, All-Knowing and Almighty God for blessing me with another opportunity to address this Assembly on behalf of the great nation of Iran and to bring a number of issues to the attention of the international community.

I also praise the Almighty for the increasing vigilance of peoples across the globe, their courageous presence in different international settings, and the brave _expression of their views and aspirations regarding global issues.

Today, humanity passionately craves commitment to the Truth, devotion to God, quest for Justice and respect for the dignity of human beings. Rejection of domination and aggression, defense of the oppressed, and longing for peace constitute the legitimate demand of the peoples of the world, particularly the new generations and the spirited youth, who aspire a world free from decadence, aggression and injustice, and replete with love and compassion. The youth have a right to seek justice and the Truth; and they have a right to build their own future on the foundations of love, compassion and tranquility. And, I praise the Almighty for this immense blessing.
Madame President, Excellencies,

What afflicts humanity today is certainly not compatible with human dignity; the Almighty has not created human beings so that they could transgress against others and oppress them.

By causing war and conflict, some are fast expanding their domination, accumulating greater wealth and usurping all the resources, while others endure the resulting poverty, suffering and misery.

Some seek to rule the world relying on weapons and threats, while others live in perpetual insecurity and danger.

Some occupy the homeland of others, thousands of kilometers away from their borders, interfere in their affairs and control their oil and other resources and strategic routes, while others are bombarded daily in their own homes; their children murdered in the streets and alleys of their own country and their homes reduced to rubble.
Such behavior is not worthy of human beings and runs counter to the Truth, to justice and to human dignity. The fundamental question is that under such conditions, where should the oppressed seek justice? Who, or what organization defends the rights of the oppressed, and suppresses acts of aggression and oppression? Where is the seat of global justice?

A brief glance at a few examples of the most pressing global issues can further illustrate the problem.

A. The unbridled expansion of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons

Some powers proudly announce their production of second and third generations of nuclear weapons. What do they need these weapons for? Is the development and stockpiling of these deadly weapons designed to promote peace and democracy? Or, are these weapons, in fact, instruments of coercion and threat against other peoples and governments? How long should the people of the world live with the nightmare of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons? What bounds the powers producing and possessing these weapons? How can they be held accountable before the international community? And, are the inhabitants of these countries content with the waste of their wealth and resources for the production of such destructive arsenals? Is it not possible to rely on justice, ethics and wisdom instead of these instruments of death? Aren't wisdom and justice more compatible with peace and tranquility than nuclear, chemical and biological weapons? If wisdom, ethics and justice prevail, then oppression and aggression will be uprooted, threats will wither away and no reason will remain for conflict. This is a solid proposition because most global conflicts emanate from injustice, and from the powerful, not being contented with their own rights, striving to devour the rights of others.

People across the globe embrace justice and are willing to sacrifice for its sake.
Would it not be easier for global powers to ensure their longevity and win hearts and minds through the championing of real promotion of justice, compassion and peace, than through continuing the proliferation of nuclear and chemical weapons and the threat of their use?

The experience of the threat and the use of nuclear weapons is before us. Has it achieved anything for the perpetrators other than exacerbation of tension, hatred and animosity among nations?

B. Occupation of countries and exacerbation of hostilities

Occupation of countries, including Iraq, has continued for the last three years. Not a day goes by without hundreds of people getting killed in cold blood. The occupiers are incapable of establishing security in Iraq. Despite the establishment of the lawful Government and National Assembly of Iraq, there are covert and overt efforts to heighten insecurity, magnify and aggravate differences within Iraqi society, and instigate civil strife.

There is no indication that the occupiers have the necessary political will to eliminate the sources of instability. Numerous terrorists were apprehended by the Government of Iraq, only to be let loose under various pretexts by the occupiers.
It seems that intensification of hostilities and terrorism serves as a pretext for the continued presence of foreign forces in Iraq.

Where can the people of Iraq seek refuge, and from whom should the Government of Iraq seek justice?

Who can ensure Iraq's security? Insecurity in Iraq affects the entire region. Can the Security Council play a role in restoring peace and security in Iraq, while the occupiers are themselves permanent members of the Council? Can the Security Council adopt a fair decision in this regard?

Consider the situation in Palestine:

The roots of the Palestinian problem go back to the Second World War. Under the pretext of protecting some of the survivors of that War, the land of Palestine was occupied through war, aggression and the displacement of millions of its inhabitants; it was placed under the control of some of the War survivors, bringing even larger population groups from elsewhere in the world, who had not been even affected by the Second World War; and a government was established in the territory of others with a population collected from across the world at the expense of driving millions of the rightful inhabitants of the land into a diaspora and homelessness. This is a great tragedy with hardly a precedent in history. Refugees continue to live in temporary refugee camps, and many have died still hoping to one day return to their land. Can any logic, law or legal reasoning justify this tragedy? Can any member of the United Nations accept such a tragedy occurring in their own homeland?

The pretexts for the creation of the regime occupying Al-Qods Al-Sharif are so weak that its proponents want to silence any voice trying to merely speak about them, as they are concerned that shedding light on the facts would undermine the raison d'être of this regime, as it has. The tragedy does not end with the establishment of a regime in the territory of others. Regrettably, from its inception, that regime has been a constant source of threat and insecurity in the Middle East region, waging war and spilling blood and impeding the progress of regional countries, and has also been used by some powers as an instrument of division, coercion, and pressure on the people of the region. Reference to these historical realities may cause some disquiet among supporters of this regime. But these are sheer facts and not myth. History has unfolded before our eyes.

Worst yet, is the blanket and unwarranted support provided to this regime.

Just watch what is happening in the Palestinian land. People are being bombarded in their own homes and their children murdered in their own streets and alleys. But no authority, not even the Security Council, can afford them any support or protection. Why?

At the same time, a Government is formed democratically and through the free choice of the electorate in a part of the Palestinian territory. But instead of receiving the support of the so-called champions of democracy, its Ministers and Members of Parliament are illegally abducted and incarcerated in full view of the international community.

Which council or international organization stands up to protect this brutally besieged Government? And why can't the Security Council take any steps?

Let me here address Lebanon:

For thirty-three long days, the Lebanese lived under the barrage of fire and bombs and close to 1.5 million of them were displaced; meanwhile some members of the Security Council practically chose a path that provided ample opportunity for the aggressor to achieve its objectives militarily. We witnessed that the Security Council of the United Nations was practically incapacitated by certain powers to even call for a ceasefire. The Security Council sat idly by for so many days, witnessing the cruel scenes of atrocities against the Lebanese while tragedies such as Qana were persistently repeated. Why?

In all these cases, the answer is self-evident. When the power behind the hostilities is itself a permanent member of the Security Council, how then can this Council fulfill its responsibilities?

C. Lack of respect for the rights of members of the international community


I now wish to refer to some of the grievances of the Iranian people and speak to the injustices against them.

The Islamic Republic of Iran is a member of the IAEA and is committed to the NPT. All our nuclear activities are transparent, peaceful and under the watchful eyes of IAEA inspectors. Why then are there objections to our legally recognized rights? Which governments object to these rights? Governments that themselves benefit from nuclear energy and the fuel cycle. Some of them have abused nuclear technology for non-peaceful ends including the production of nuclear bombs, and some even have a bleak record of using them against humanity.

Which organization or Council should address these injustices? Is the Security Council in a position to address them? Can it stop violations of the inalienable rights of countries? Can it prevent certain powers from impeding scientific progress of other countries?

The abuse of the Security Council, as an instrument of threat and coercion, is indeed a source of grave concern.

Some permanent members of the Security Council, even when they are themselves parties to international disputes, conveniently threaten others with the Security Council and declare, even before any decision by the Council, the condemnation of their opponents by the Council. The question is: what can justify such exploitation of the Security Council, and doesn't it erode the credibility and effectiveness of the Council? Can such behavior contribute to the ability of the Council to maintain security?


A review of the preceding historical realities would lead to the conclusion that regrettably, justice has become a victim of force and aggression. Many global arrangements have become unjust, discriminatory and irresponsible as a result of undue pressure from some of the powerful; Threats with nuclear weapons and other instruments of war by some powers have taken the place of respect for the rights of nations and the maintenance and promotion of peace and tranquility;

For some powers, claims of promotion of human rights and democracy can only last as long as they can be used as instruments of pressure and intimidation against other nations. But when it comes to the interests of the claimants, concepts such as democracy, the right of self-determination of nations, respect for the rights and intelligence of peoples, international law and justice have no place or value. This is blatantly manifested in the way the elected Government of the Palestinian people is treated as well as in the support extended to the Zionist regime. It does not matter if people are murdered in Palestine, turned into refugees, captured, imprisoned or besieged; that must not violate human rights.

- Nations are not equal in exercising their rights recognized by international law. Enjoying these rights is dependent on the whim of certain major powers.

- Apparently the Security Council can only be used to ensure the security and the rights of some big powers. But when the oppressed are decimated under bombardment, the Security Council must remain aloof and not even call for a ceasefire. Is this not a tragedy of historic proportions for the Security Council, which is charged with maintaining the security of countries?

- The prevailing order of contemporary global interactions is such that certain powers equate themselves with the international community, and consider their decisions superseding that of over 180 countries. They consider themselves the masters and rulers of the entire world and other nations as only second class in the world order.


The question needs to be asked: if the Governments of the United States or the United Kingdom who are permanent members of the Security Council, commit aggression, occupation and violation of international law, which of the organs of the UN can take them to account? Can a Council in which they are privileged members address their violations? Has this ever happened? In fact, we have repeatedly seen the reverse. If they have differences with a nation or state, they drag it to the Security Council and as claimants, arrogate to themselves simultaneously the roles of prosecutor, judge and executioner. Is this a just order? Can there be a more vivid case of discrimination and more clear evidence of injustice?

Regrettably, the persistence of some hegemonic powers in imposing their exclusionist policies on international decision making mechanisms, including the Security Council, has resulted in a growing mistrust in global public opinion, undermining the credibility and effectiveness of this most universal system of collective security.


How long can such a situation last in the world? It is evident that the behavior of some powers constitutes the greatest challenge before the Security Council, the entire organization and its affiliated agencies.

The present structure and working methods of the Security Council, which are legacies of the Second World War, are not responsive to the expectations of the current generation and the contemporary needs of humanity.

Today, it is undeniable that the Security Council, most critically and urgently, needs legitimacy and effectiveness. It must be acknowledged that as long as the Council is unable to act on behalf of the entire international community in a transparent, just and democratic manner, it will neither be legitimate nor effective. Furthermore, the direct relation between the abuse of veto and the erosion of the legitimacy and effectiveness of the Council has now been clearly and undeniably established. We cannot, and should not, expect the eradication, or even containment, of injustice, imposition and oppression without reforming the structure and working methods of the Council.
Is it appropriate to expect this generation to submit to the decisions and arrangements established over half a century ago? Doesn't this generation or future generations have the right to decide themselves about the world in which they want to live?

Today, serious reform in the structure and working methods of the Security Council is, more than ever before, necessary. Justice and democracy dictate that the role of the General Assembly, as the highest organ of the United Nations, must be respected. The General Assembly can then, through appropriate mechanisms, take on the task of reforming the Organization and particularly rescue the Security Council from its current state. In the interim, the Non-Aligned Movement, the Organization of the Islamic Conference and the African continent should each have a representative as a permanent member of the Security Council, with veto privilege. The resulting balance would hopefully prevent further trampling of the rights of nations.

Madame President,


It is essential that spirituality and ethics find their rightful place in international relations. Without ethics and spirituality, attained in light of the teachings of Divine prophets, justice, freedom and human rights cannot be guaranteed.

Resolution of contemporary human crises lies in observing ethics and spirituality and the governance of righteous people of high competence and piety.

Should respect for the rights of human beings become the predominant objective, then injustice, ill-temperament, aggression and war will fade away.

Human beings are all God's creatures and are all endowed with dignity and respect.
No one has superiority over others. No individual or states can arrogate to themselves special privileges, nor can they disregard the rights of others and, through influence and pressure, position themselves as the "international community".

Citizens of Asia, Africa, Europe and America are all equal. Over 6 billion inhabitants of the earth are all equal and worthy of respect. Justice and protection of human dignity are the two pillars in maintaining sustainable peace, security and tranquility in the world.

It is for this reason that we state:

Sustainable peace and tranquility in the world can only be attained through justice, spirituality, ethics, compassion and respect for human dignity.

All nations and states are entitled to peace, progress and security.

We are all members of the international community and we are all entitled to insist on the creation of a climate of compassion, love and justice.

All members of the United Nations are affected by both the bitter and the sweet events and developments in today's world.

We can adopt firm and logical decisions, thereby improving the prospects of a better life for current and future generations.

Together, we can eradicate the roots of bitter maladies and afflictions, and instead, through the promotion of universal and lasting values such as ethics, spirituality and justice, allow our nations to taste the sweetness of a better future.

Peoples, driven by their divine nature, intrinsically seek Good, Virtue, Perfection and Beauty. Relying on our peoples, we can take giant steps towards reform and pave the road for human perfection. Whether we like it or not, justice, peace and virtue will sooner or later prevail in the world with the will of Almighty God. It is imperative, and also desirable, that we too contribute to the promotion of justice and virtue.

The Almighty and Merciful God, who is the Creator of the Universe, is also its Lord and Ruler. Justice is His command. He commands His creatures to support one another in Good, virtue and piety, and not in decadence and corruption.

He commands His creatures to enjoin one another to righteousness and virtue and not to sin and transgression. All Divine prophets from the Prophet Adam (peace be upon him) to the Prophet Moses (peace be upon him), to the Prophet Jesus Christ (peace be upon him), to the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him), have all called humanity to monotheism, justice, brotherhood, love and compassion. Is it not possible to build a better world based on monotheism, justice, love and respect for the rights of human beings, and thereby transform animosities into friendship?

I emphatically declare that today's world, more than ever before, longs for just and righteous people with love for all humanity; and above all longs for the perfect righteous human being and the real savior who has been promised to all peoples and who will establish justice, peace and brotherhood on the planet.

0, Almighty God, all men and women are Your creatures and You have ordained their guidance and salvation. Bestow upon humanity that thirsts for justice, the perfect human being promised to all by You, and make us among his followers and among those who strive for his return and his cause.

We must be the change we wish to see in the world. M Gandhi

Hugo Chavez

"And the devil came here yesterday. Yesterday the devil came here. Right here. [crosses himself] And it smells of sulfur still today."................God I love this guy. He sure has Bush pegged. He hates Bush almost as much as I do. I just wish more world leaders had his balls.

Scary thing is

That Chavez was speaking FOR not TO many of the worlds most influential nations and leaders.

He made it perfectly clear that virtually all of South America & the Caribbean along with the Arab League (22 countries), most of Africa and Russia & China were behind him and agree with him at least in part if not 100%.

I think the rest of the planet has about waited long enough for the American people to act and I really can not blame them one bit.

Good for you!

It's fitting that you should love Chavez.


There are so many braindead lunatics like you in this country which is why we are in the mess we are in today.

You believe?

Apparently you don't like people who only trust evidence, facts, and the truth.

If you believe so fervently that 9/11 was a government conspiracy, then why can't you present any evidence that withstands scrutiny?

You saw this beating Fetzer got, didn't you?

What are you going to do about it? Call Dunn "braindead" when he has the facts and Fetzer crashes and burns?


Dunn did nothing whatsoever but make baseless assumptions.

You can not refute an assumption with another assumtion, that is ridiculous.


Wow, you mean Chavez is able

Wow, you mean Chavez is able to grasp 911 truth while simultaneoulsy recognizing the importance of Noam Chomsky? Blasphemer!

poor Chomsky. the old guy

poor Chomsky. the old guy will never get it. he would have to admit he was wrong. thats something he just wont do.


Chavez is a 9/11 Truther because he believes that Bush could have bombed the trade center.


You are a delusional Neofascist because you DONT believe BushCo at least "could" have.

Especially given the fact that the US government has without any doubt done several such false flag operations like this for decades, both Democrat/Rethuglican alike makes no difference.
and the fact that this administration is BY FAR the most crooked, vile ,disgusting, secretive, shadowy administration in American history.

To not believe that this administration at least "could" do it just shows how insanely delusional you are.

pass it on

i sent this to some friends and family. i figured this is going to be the toughest one to find fault with. My dad has watched it and passed it on to some people he knows (how great is that!) and he was already watching a speach by Dr. David Ray Griffin on Google video when I talked to him last. So, today I passed on Press for Truth. My dad wants to buy copies of both these movies. Plus, on Oct. 6th I am driving down to Nashville, TN to go see Russo's film. Things are starting to go our way---we just have to press on....pass it on...

Where in Nashvegas?

I live in Nashville - where is the film going to be playing??

“No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.” ~Edmund Burke


Nevermind... I used those savvy google skills of mine...

“No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.” ~Edmund Burke


I too have passed it on. Not to my family members though. For the most part, they already know the truth, but feel powerless to do anything about it. As do I sometimes...

I sent links to several of the left gatekeeping pseudo journalists I've been blogging about recently. So far, the only one I have heard back from is a fellow named Fred Grimm. He's with the Miami Herald and honestly does not come off as a very bright guy. At least not in his columns.

It makes me wonder about the majority of these so-called "journalist". Especially those who are shamelessly parroting the government "official record" of what transpired on 9/11. Are they stupid or just ignorant? It's an important distinction, because while ignorance is temporary, stupid is forever. Of course, as George Bush has shown, it's quite possible to be both.

Keep up the good fight Tonya!

Like I've said, I was a big

Like I've said, I was a big WTC CD theory fence sitter, but I have to say that 9/11 mysteries is one of the most compelling 9/11 documentaries Ive seen.

To the idiots who call us "9/11 deniers" and "twoofers", go back to watching Fox News and seig heil the coming Iran war.

No one I know watches Fox News

Or laughable 9/11 conspiracy films made for gullible people. I feel embarrassed for you, pockybot, letting yourself be used so willingly.


Personally I’m not sure much of any of this can be proved, especially if there is no independent access to the evidence. To disprove the Truthers theories, it would have to be independent. By definition. So I need to move past the WTC and get to the real question about 911.

Who paid for 911?

I am sure you agree that the people that paid for 911 should be captured. In fact a concerted effort should be started. Can you please explain to me why the 911 committee said that the people that funded 911 are irrelevant when almost all conspiracy convictions are made through tracking the money?


watch "Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime"

Change name of 911 Truth to 9/11 Awareness

Somebody mentioned the idea of changing the name of the 9/11 Truth movement to the 9/11 Awareness movement. What do people think of this idea?

I don't like it. I want the

I don't like it. I want the truth, not mere "awareness". This isn't breast cancer, this is high treason and mass murder.

How About This for a New Name?

Instead of the 9/11 Truth movement, or the 9/11 Awareness Movement, I would like to formally suggest the following:

The 9/11 Arrests, Indictments, Prosecutions and Convictions So that We can Get Clear on How Awfully Corrupt Our Governmental and Political Process Is and How Our Constitutional Freedoms Have Been Eroded and Evaporated in the Name of Profiteering, War-Mongering, Drug and Human Trafficking and What a Bunch of Whores the Media Are So That We Can Get Re-Invested in Our Communities and Each Other and Come Together in a Healing Fashion To Insure THAT IT NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN Movement.

So if you can fit that on your bumper sticker.

I have to admit...

it sort of has a ring to it.

110 Stories of Facts Required to Crush 9/11 Hoax

This is a superlative video indictment of the Bush government, methodically piling fact upon fact, building an irrefutable case, proving beyond any doubt that demolition was the only possible cause for the collapse of 3 buildings on 9/11. And yet, it never seems to be adequate. The enemies of the truth have succeeded in always raising the ante for the burden of proof, and our researchers keep elevating the level of their logic, only to find the bar has been raised again. For the truth is that the truth movement itself sometimes has difficulty in accepting what is plainly before our eyes, and half of the time we seem to be trying to convince ourselves.

Based upon this phenomena, it seems to be that it will not be until we can erect a virtual tower of truth, 110 stories high, that we will in fact have enough potential energy available to combine with a an explosion of cosmic consciousness, creating a global collapse of the canards woven by the very devils of deception, that will finally reduce the lies of oppression to the very finest dust, and free the entire world of the massive structure of lies, and after the dust of deception has dissipated, will allow us once again to breathe the fresh air of righteousness and become beings of light once again.

This a good idea~!

Humm, I write this as a probability, If we only had enough money to build the towers again, crash 2 boing 757 and see if it collapses again, what do you all think.

You should watch it again

This film is so full of errors I am surprised even 9/11 truthers fall for it.



Oh my god !

Oh my god !

view from inside the WTC is crucial

In this video, the photos from inside the WTC combined with testimony about strange ongoings prior to 9/11 are right on target. This is what is missing in many documentaries, the view from inside, from the living space right inside the steel beam cage, and how a demolition team would have done it.

This was an

Outstanding video, very well done with virtually zero assumptions just facts and extremely strong circumstantial evidence and all if it leads directly to this Neofascist Cabal that has stolen our Government.

I hope parts 2 & 3 are equally as good when they come out.

indeed, and part 2 will be

indeed, and part 2 will be about the war games among other things, while the last part will be about motive. this thing came outta nowhere, anybody know whos funding it?

Sophia, the narrarator and director

was on the Alex Jones show yesterday. She said she had to hock all her stuff to fund this. Buy dvds.

Further un-comfortable viewing for the "Plane Huggers"

How does a 80ton Aluminium Airplane, whose engines make up 80% of the planes weight and mass, simply glide through all this steel?

Plane Huggers Response : Coz it was going so fast!


Get a grip.

Dude, if nothing but just WIND hit those buildings at 500MPH some shit was going fly.

Let alone objects weighing over 120Tons hitting the SIDE of a building designed to break away & absorb exactly such an impact.
The buildings performed well, did exactly what they were supposed to do.

Planes were seen by 1000s of eyes from every direction, heard by 1000s of ears, tracked by radar, recorded on film from every direction (2nd plane).

It is really hard to believe any of you so called no planers are for real, you must be paid shills & disinfo freaks is all I can imagine because denying the hard evidence like this is not possible by a rational mind.

You would be much better off getting back on your medication.

Typical reply from a moron

Typical reply from a moron who thinks a hollow aluminium object going quickly can cut through thousands of tons of reinforced steel without as much as deforming. Speaking of deformed....

guys, please drop the

guys, please drop the childish name calling.

calling anyone a 'moron' because of their personal opinions is directly against our rules.

please keep things social, otherwise you'll find your comments being deleted and find yourself ultimately banned if it continues.


Its ok to suggest that

Its ok to suggest that another member is, and I quote, "taking medication" because his opinions are at variance with those of other poster?

I have seen this bias on other sites, didnt think I'd see it here.

I find it hard

Believe such trash should be allowed to be posted here in the first place regardless.

It is clearly disinfo as nobody in their right mind could not possibly believe that no planes hit the buildings or even that it is not possible for a 120ton object traveling 500mph to zip into a building designed to allow to it to do just that.

8th grade physics proves the massive amounts of Kinetic energy produced from those planes hitting the buildings would have done exactly what they did.

To allow such utter BS to be posted here and expect everybody to either ignore it completely or if you respond to not call a lunatic a lunatic is about the same as allowing Fred Phelps and his merry band of zealots to denigrate someone's funeral and not expect the family members to beat the living hell out of them.

I will try to ignore such trash but it gets old fast.

my comment was directed at

my comment was directed at both of you, hence the word 'guys'.

all im asking is to tone down the name calling, and that isn't directed at anyone specific.

yeah I know

Which is why I made the comment I just did.

I will try to simply ignore, which is hard, which means I will post & read here less which is EXACTLY what these disinfo freaks want to do is force people to out of here.

my previous comment was in

my previous comment was in response to brianv, it just appeared under yours because we both responded to the same comment.. my response wasn't to you.

i would suggest that you not ignore that which you disagree with, but rather confront it with viable counter-arguements absent the need for namecalling.. even just a simple 'i do not agree with these opinions' would be a way of sharing your opinion..

basically what it comes down to is that anytime someone flips out and cusses out someone (or a group of people) and i go to moderate them, they in turn point to the other side and say 'why didnt you delete their comments?'.. so, i just ask everyone to take the high road, and those that do always resort to namecalling or attacking can be moderated better.

i hope you will stay active here, obviously it is necessary to have people with differing opinions voice them so that others who might visit the site can garner the level of support (or non-support) of a given comment or blog entry..

anyways, best wishes.

Rational discussion

is not possible when the other party is not only not rational but not even living in reality.

Differing opinions are fine when both opinions are at least reasonably possible in the real world.

Allegedly arguing that no planes hit the buildings or that it is impossible for 120 tons of mass traveling at 500mph can not possibly have entered into the buildings is past delusional, past any remotely rational thinking, it would be like trying to talk to Marshall Applewhite about the comet he is going hitch a ride on when he commits suicide and pretend to have a "Rational Discussion" about it.

I dont think it is possible to have a rational discussion with someone that refuses to accept factual reality & completely denies massive amounts of empirical evidence in favor of an irrational impossibility.

See? Now, I'm a "disinfo

See? Now, I'm a "disinfo freak" and it goes without notice.

Only a moron would call someone a disinfo freak.

ugh. drop the name calling,


drop the name calling, thats all im asking from both of you.

Thread spoiling.

Thread spoiling.