January 11th Action Proposal

As part of our on-going efforts to bring 9/11 Truth and related issues greater attention I would like to propose that our action on January 11th focus on the plight of the first responders and other victims of the toxic dust.

For my part I will be freeway blogging on January 11th with a specific focus on the need to help those suffering from the toxic dust as well as calling attention to the 9/11 toxic dust itself. I will also be calling my local House member, Speaker Pelosi, my two Senators and Senator Reid. Additionally I will make a point of telling everyone I meet about the plight of 9/11 dust victims. I will also write letters to the editors of the local papers and the S.F. Chronicle regarding this issue.

I think that this is an especially good issue to open our 2007 campaign with for the following reasons:

1) These people are suffering and the government has turned its back on them. Supporting them is the moral thing to do.

2) Helping these people is a very positive goal and a great way to start the year. The need our help NOW.

3) This is an issue that many people do not know about and is a relatively non-controversial entre' to 9/11 Truth.

4) This is an issue which is relatively non-threatening to the MSM and will allow us to get our foot in the door with them and begin to cultivate a real dialogue which can lead to more interest in the truth of 9/11. This is a classic human interest/environmental story that can easily be presented by and to the MSM.

5) This is an issue which is relatively non-threatening to lawmakers and will allow us to get our foot in the door with them and begin to cultivate a real dialogue which can lead to more interest in the truth of 9/11. This is a classic human interest/environmental story that can easily be presented by and to lawmakers.

6) This is a relatively clear-cut story: The EPA knew the Towers were full of asbestos before 9/11/01 and its own documents show that they knew the air was toxic in the days after the destruction of of the WTC.

7) Acting on this does not require a lot of advance notice or set-up time (we have one week) and individual activism can be very effective on this issue.

If you are in agreement with this proposed action for January 11th I would encourage you to contact others in your local groups and spread the word. At a minimum everyone should be able to call their House member, Senators, Speaker Pelosi and Senator Reid.

Speaker Pelosi contact info:

District Office - 450 Golden Gate Ave. - 14th Floor - San Francisco, CA 94102 - (415) 556-4862

Washington, D.C. Office - 2371 Rayburn HOB - Washington, DC 20515 - (202) 225-4965

Harry Reid contact info:

Carson City
600 East William Street, #302 Carson City, NV 89701 Phone: 775-882-7343 / Fax: 775-883-1980

Las Vegas Lloyd D. George Building 333 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Suite 8016 Las Vegas, NV 89101 Phone: 702-388-5020 / Fax: 702-388-5030

Reno Bruce R. Thompson Courthouse and Federal Building 400 South Virginia Street, Suite 902 Reno, NV 89501 Phone: 775-686-5750 / Fax: 775-686-5757

Washington 528 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 Phone: 202-224-3542 / Fax: 202-224-7327
Toll Free for Nevadans: 1-866-SEN-REID (736-7343) -Restricted to calls originating from area codes 775 and 702

There are many things that we as activists can do. Aside from what I have already mentioned above, we can talk up the issue on other web sites, direct people to the new documentary 9/11 Dust and Deceit, post flyers, leaflet, etc.

I'm sure some of you also have some additional ideas and hopefully we can bounce them around and generate some energy and buzz for this first action of 2007.

Love is a verb, let's get busy!

your brother in truth, John

Bravo! Helping the first responders is a very important job and

also a smooth way to introduce people to 9/11 truth. (I'm shocked at how little attention the plight of the first responders had been getting.)

Thanks, toxic dust is not a very sexy issue.

Why talk about toxic dust when you have Britney's wardrobe (or lack thereof) to discuss?

I want this to begin our campaign of focussing the MSM's attention on issues that really matter.

The truth shall set us free. Love is the only way forward.

Be well.

Good morning

This is great - I'm glad you posted about this first thing today

We've got a week, let's spread the word.

LW, The dust is a great


The dust is a great wedge -- how in hell did these poor people inhale COMPUTERS? Last I checked, computer dust was not a basic ingredient in pancakes...

I don't think anyone will be

I don't think anyone will be convinced that the towers were exploded simply because the first-responders inhaled toxic materials and are suffering. However, I do think they could bring attention back to the events and inconsistencies of that day.

rollo, this is an indirect, inductive way to lead people

down the rabbit hole and toward the truth of 9/11 AND, more importantly, it helps people who need us to champion their cause.

When a person studies the dust issue, at some point that person will ask what produced such huge amounts of dust and spread it as far and wide as it travelled.

To my mind, this is the least threatening issue with which to approach people about 9/11.

Finally, if there are any eyewitnesses to the explosions who are sitting on the fence about coming forward with what they know AND who are suffering from the dust, our working on their behalf may bring them over to our side.

First and foremost, though, it's the RIGHT thing to do, these people need help NOW.

Just 5 two-minute phone calls will make a difference.

I hope that you and yours are well.

The truth shall set us free. Love is the only way forward.

Sounds Good

I can at least contact Pelosi and my two senators (Boxer + Feinstein). I'll look into what else I can do.

Doing something focused on the 11th of each month is a great idea. Let's make 2007 a breakthrough year for activism!

Good Thought ...

During the last election I had sent emails about the failure of the Official Commission to get the story right. I only got one reply from his aide who wasn't really interested. He emailed me a link to the newly released NIST report and I emailed him a few links to websites. I guess it is time to start again with my elected officials.

Have you considered trying to set up a screening to the Congress or perhaps one or two of the Committees or sub-committees? I haven't seen the video. I ordered the DVD today.

But I did see 911 Eyewitness.
The pyroclastic flows in that video are very dramatic because they are from the other side of the Hudson River. Hopefully some of clips from that video are included with some of the video clips from the inside.

Unfortunately, January 11 falls on a Thursday and I have a job but I have marked on my calendar to email my NJ representatives again about the Dust and first responders,

Thank you for your efforts and posting.

Thanks y'all! Sending postcards is a good thing to do

as well. Letters to House and Senate members get heavily screened for anthrax and sometimes take weeks before the staff read them.

So if you feel inclined to send something via snailmail, I highly recommend sending postcards.

I often make my own by printing two 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheets (front and back) of four postcards, taking it to the copy shop (like Kinko's) and copying it (on both sides) on to brightly colored card stock. Cut twice and each sheet becomes four postcards. Only $0.24 to mail, as well.

When I make postcards for multiple recipients or on more than one issue, I use different colors for east of use (it looks real pretty, too, LOL).

I really would encourage everyone to think about doing this for this issue and others, when a politician's staff gets a flurry of brightly colored signed postcards on a targeted issue, it does get noticed.

This is a relatively inexpensive and easy way to get others involved, too. Carry the postcards (stamps, too) with you and you can just hand them to anyone who is interested or get them to sign one and mail it for them.

My hope is that by springtime we will have enough people making, distributing and sending postcards that Congress will be getting bags of multi-colored TruthCards in the mail.

The truth shall set us free. Love is the only way forward.

Be well.

Ooooh... "TruthCards"!

I love it. I tend to think that brightly colored, real physical items have a different kind of weight than squiggles sent through the ether, sometimes. This in itself can be an excellent part of the monthly Eleventh campaign -- a monthly Truthcard talking point.

I think the dust is an excellent idea, too -- I'm kind of smacking my forehead wondering why it didn't occur to me. This is a way to help people now AND I don't see how anyone with a scrap of curiosity can think very much about the dust without wondering how the hell so much of it was produced by something(s) "falling down." LEH hit the nail on the head -- computer dust is not a standard pancake ingredient.


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Rock On, Leftwright! Pretty

Rock On, Leftwright!

Pretty postcards--I know it sounds silly, but there's something child-like and exciting about sending out a rainbow of post cards!

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Yo Jenny

Hey, you asked about local action in another thread and I had forgotten all about Truthcards. I thought that if I could get it together, I would print some with space for handwritten notes and bring them to the meeting. I think it would be cool if we had cards every month (in addition to whatever else we do) that were postmarked the 11th.

Yes, I like it. In astro

Yes, I like it. In astro brights!

On a peronal note--inspired by the bloke last year who put Xmass lights on his roof to form the letters F_CK BUSH, --I'm thinking of drawing 911Truth on my lawn--in large white limed letters(I draw walking labyrinths at dryer times of the year). The back yard is big enough that it should show up on satilite photos. Course should probably wait until the rains abate...

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