TruthMove 1 Year Anniversary - New Outreach Video

May is our 1 year anniversary here at! It's been an amazing year--we've completely renovated our site, developed lots of new materials and launched a whole new first responder site at:

We've got a lot of new plans in the works for our second year--stay posted. And we will be continuing to do truth outreach every week. Here is a video of highlights from our last two actions:

We get all kind of reactions, but the response is overwhelmingly more positive than negative. There are always people who call us names and tell us, “Get a job” or “You should be ashamed of yourself,” but never as many as say, “I know” or “I believe that” or “Thank you so much for doing this.”

Last Sunday, we accidentally ended up in front of a professional hockey playoff game at Madison Square Garden. We were a bit nervous at first, but we went for it, and the reaction was surprisingly supportive.

Also in this video: a cop comes up and asks us what we’re protesting, takes a flyer and says he’ll check out the website out of personal curiosity.

One more note: We lament all of distraction, drama, and bitterness in the movement lately, and we remain committed to doing effective outreach and education in our own personal style. If anyone in the NYC area wants to get involved, please contact us here:


TruthMovers: Max, Julian, Robert, and Young

Excellent!!! Very inspirational!!!

Please keep up the great work!!!

Way to Go Guys!

Julian, Robert & Young!

Fantastic Effort! I especially liked how the sign fit perfectly over the subway staircase (did you design it that way on purpose?), If not it is a great place to capture a captive audience.

Thank You! You're on my list of "Hero Activists"!

Rock On!


Great job, the banner +

Great job, the banner + subway entrance was genius!





I like how you guys aren't so "in your face."

It's Not The Crime That Kills You, But The Cover-Up

Thanks Jon

As a result we often have productive conversations with people who strongly disagree with us, at least leaving them with the impression that we are reasonable. We try to find something that we can agree upon, and extend from there. "9/11 Was an Inside Job" gets their attention, but we take as many steps back as necessary to find some commonality in our skepticism.

Strangely, a lot of people unwilling to address the possibility of complicity, are also entirely aware of the fact that the Administration has been lying to them about many things. Often that leads us to the lies of the Philip Zelikow and the 9/11 Commissioners.

Of course the people that hate us can just go and "Have a nice day."

International Truth Movement

Keep up the great work!

I'm not a big fan of the stark message "9/11 Was An Inside Job" but you guys work it in a very friendly manner.

In answer to the question "Why do you say '9/11 was an inside job'?" I would cite the 100 minute NORAD stand down, Bush sitting in the classroom while the country was being attacked, Cheney's clear role as documented by Norman Minetta's testimony, the fact that anything happened at the Pentagon at all and the obvious explosive destruction of the WTC.

Additionally, when people accuse you of dishonoring the dead, tell them that the families want answers, too.

How many people engage you in conversation/debate when you go out?

What's the general tenor in NYC these days?

I think everyone who can should go to NYC on 9/11/07. Are you guys up for helping to co-ordinate a massive peaceful occupation this fall?

I hope that you and yours are all well.

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

Good questions.

First you can get a feel for our street action by checking our Outreach Journal:

While we find that "9/11 Was An Inside Job" is an effective provocation for curiosity and conversation, we are also weary of presenting such a bold conclusion when our strategy is very much about 'learning the facts and deciding for yourself.' We are working on an adaptable sign that will allow us to put forward a more open ended message.

When people ask us why we think the above, we first give them a flyer, which includes a number of the relevant facts. Then we tell them that our personal exploration of the facts has lead us to think that we can not believe the official story, and that we can only encourage them to look at those facts for themselves. People try to make it personal, or political, but we always try to remind them that we were in their position at one point, and that the facts lead us here.

When people accuse us of dishonoring the dead, we tell them that the 9/11 commission wouldn't have happened were it not for the family member of victims, and that we honor the dead by trying to determine who really committed the crime.

The amount of conversation has a lot to do with where we go. The best locations we have found are active street corners, where the sidewalks are wide enough to allow conversation without getting in the way of foot traffic. The location we ended up at in the video above, I think it was 7th, and 34th, was nearly perfect. And so we will be going back. For the thousands of people who see us and hundreds that take flyers, we probably have about 5 - 10 interesting conversation each time we go out. And that is as often with supporters as detractors.

But a lot of people stop to take a flyer and tell us they agree. We didn't get out that much this Winter, and so returning to the streets this Spring we have noticed a change. People are more receptive. Maybe its Rosie, maybe its the hard work of all the local groups. Really its just everything. This issue is coming into prominence. People are hearing about it, and then seeing us on the street, and making the connection. We get so much more support than opposition, and that support always leaves us feeling like we are valued by the community. Its really energizing.

As far as GZ on 9/11/07, our plans remain open. We're not really in a position to coordinate the big plan, but we will certainly be attending which ever event everyone is going to attend. It usually takes a while for everyone to get on the same page about where to be, but I think its better that all be in one place, despite our difference, at least on that one day a year.

Thanks for the positive vibe.

banner text suggestion

Excellent activism. I have one suggestion for you:

I'd suggest this as text for banner:

Don't believe us
See the evidence yourself

This would drive people to ask: "9/11 - inside job, an outrageous claim,.. evidence, what evidence, show me that evidence!" And if people want to see the evidence, the truth battle is at least half way through to the victory.

When people see just "9/11 WAS AN INSIDE JOB",.. many of them think .. "9/11 - inside job, an outrageous claim,.. " and walk away.

Provocating people to see the evidence for themselves is what is essential for activism. Guys got it right, "learn the facts, decide for yourself", but this needs to stare in their face from the banner.

I think the combination of this graphic and text "5 billion dollar question: how long is it going to fall?" would also be a great banner. It forces people to think, and only people who are able to think are able to wake up.