Where Are the 9/11 Whistleblowers?

A common objection to the idea that 9/11 was an inside job is that hundreds, if not thousands, of people would have to have been involved. "Someone would have talked ... and we would have all heard know about it if they did." Although this objection sounds sophisticated, it is completely uninformed on several counts. And yet, most people who have stated this objection find it so compelling that they cut off the discussion at that point. So I decided to look at the objection more closely and write a paper about it.

To support my ongoing research, I am asking $9.50 for the essay. It comes with both a money-back guarantee and a free upgrade to the second edition when it's ready.

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Gregg Roberts
Associate Editor

I am sorry to inform you ...

... but it has been my experience where some people who are too close to people who have died who are just not ready to look at a video.
Then there are others who think it doesn't have any direct connection to their daily struggle with the economy and jobs.
Then there are still others that fear reprisals by the government as well as others who simply say "what do you want me to do about it ?"
Then there are us "Truthers" who are working with their own time and money while dealing with maintaining some sort of employment to make ends meet who would love to help others but simply are struggling on our own.

There you go making sense;

There you go making sense; gotta watch out for that...

Impeachment. Accountability. A better world.

At least I am trying.

.... For better or worse It is a habit I have. Don't know how I got it though.

I haven't noticed any

I haven't noticed any correlation between closeness to victims and denial -- rather the opposite. But I have a fairly small sample -- less than a dozen. Denial and disinterest are common enough that I can get a lot more done in an hour of Internet work than an hour of arguing with one person.

Certainly, it would be nice if hard-core activists had a better answer to "What do you want me to do about it?" than most of us seem to have. What do you tell people? In my essay I suggest that people (1) inform themselves carefully so they don't make things worse by spreading misinformation, and then (2) join a group. You just can't be as effective on your own as you can when you work with others.

Does anyone know how to keep a link like mine more visible here without just posting it again as if for the first time? I got 17 hits from here and one sale the day I posted this, but only 1 hit the next day and nothing since. I don't want to violate any of the house rules, but it's clear that comparatively few people go past the current day's page. And replies don't seem to bump my post to the top, unlike on the forums I've been on.

Caught you, Mr. Roberts!

Don't listen to him, people. He's my cousin and works for Homeland Security.


Have you helped a first responder lately?

Impeachment. Accountability. A better world.