I rather prefer the "Negative Publicity"

In the sense of "there's no such thing as negative publicity".

Right now, the only way we are getting pretty much any press in the so-called "mainstream media" is negative press. (except for the now occasional things like Sheen, Rosey, etc., which will only continue in quantity and quality over time)

Which is better than nothing.

At least it is letting people know that there are people out here fighting for Truth and Justice, no matter how those who are making it "newsworthy" are portraying it. (and making people think about 9/11 and not letting it wither and die in people's minds, which is also happening at this late date (barring the references the Bush-ites make now and then, which tend to be very vague and truly referential in a simple way rather than expansive or specific in detail -- in fact, I bet they wish the mainstream press would quit making a big deal about Rosie, et al.))

Since people are basically not stupid and relatively decent, it is a chance to get them to think about what we are saying (even if it is bastardized and spun), and some, if not most, of them will come to good conclusions at some point down the road. (especially after they talk to us or read something written in Truth instead of falsity)

What these "idiots" who are attacking us are doing is planting seeds for us. And then dumping bullshite on top. At some point, when the seeds of truth sprout and see daylight, there is always the chance that they will grow into something good and strong and beautiful instead of a worthless weed. And all of us "activists" will be there to tend the sprout and help it achieve the eventual end goal. (and I suggest that, without us, it will more likely than not, wither and die, because it has no root foundation to thrive without the real truth to keep it alive)

As for those who are affected by the negativity and never make a change for good and right and truth, they will probably never have done so regardless. So we can ignore them.

Senior 9/11 Bureau Chief Correspondent


"When the game is over, the king and the pawn go into the same box."