9/11 And Whats it like to be Canadian ( Reflection on Canada Day)

Canadian troops in Afghanistan as 9/11 'retribution ' O'Connor: Attack on New York killed 25 Canadians
Andrea Sands, The Edmonton Journal
Published: Sunday, January 21, 2007
EDMONTON - Canada is fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan in "retribution" for the 9/11 attacks that killed at least 3,000 people, including 25 Canadians, Defence Minister Gordon O'Connor said yesterday. Read the Whole Story at:

Whats my responsibility as a Canadian: For one it is my duty to determine if our troops fighting in Afghanistan are there for the right reasons. Defence Minister Gordon O'Connor part of the Harper Cabinet and a Progressive Conservative have joined forces with George Bush's war on terrorism. And it is up to Canada's citizens to determine if putting our Troops in harms way is for the right reasons. We owe it to our troops and to there friends and families. We all need to review the evidence that demands a new criminal investigation into 9/11. Albert Einstein said: “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.”
Richard D. Brinkman July 1/2007 Happy Canada Day!

Reason Why I posted this...

I was inspired Canada Day to write this above comment because I had the toughest day thus far as a 9/11 truth activist. I was relaxing with a coffee outside a second cup off Whyte Avenue when 5 police officers rode up in bikes for a coffee break, They sat behind me and I though this was my opportunity to fire up my Irish gift to gab and give a 9/11 testimony to 5 of Edmonton's best. These 4 men and 1 woman were a bit defensive at first when I told them straight up that I believe the 9/11 attack was an inside job and there was lots of evidence that supports it. One of the first questions from the female officer was, DO YOU SUPPORT OUR TROOPS IN AFGHANISTAN? "Absolutely " I said. I told them that the most important day to me as a Canadian is November 11 when we remember the men and women who fought two world wars against fascism. I told these officers that as a citizen in Canada and as one voter I am responsible for our troops in Afghanistan and if they are there for the wrong reasons then I want to get them home. We owe it to them and to there friends and family. There was some tension in the officers faces I could tell, but I wanted to assure them that my activism in the 9/11 truth movement is not to make accusations as to who's responsible for 9/11 but to join the millions who have seen the evidence and demand of a new 9/11 investigation. I told the officers that they know first hand how important it is not to remove the evidence from a crime scene, and yet the 9/11 evidence of the world trade centre's were removed immediately, I told them about how long the Administration took for a 9/11 commission to be put together on a shoe string budget compared to the Clinton Lewinsky scandal and so on... One officer said its really complicated, but these guys were not buying a word I was saying. It was too unbelievable.

I handed the woman officer a copy of David Griffins book, Debunking the 9/11 Debunkers, She looked it over and handed it back. still tense with me she watched me close as I completed my testimony by saying that with what I know about 9/11 now, if I were to turn my back and ignore it, then I could no longer honor our troops on remembrance day. I would feel that I turned my back on fascism, something those troops laid there lives down for so that we could have the freedoms today. The very freedoms that are being threatened. They all got up to leave and the female Officer said, I don't need to hear if we are sending our troops over in Afghanistan for the wrong reasons. She and her fellow officers were tense with my revelations.. The female officer turned to me and said: I don't want to hear this... I lost a friend over there. She was hurt and I told her I was very sorry to hear about her loss. the 5 officers mounted there bikes and were joined by 3 others and off they went. I then heard a woman's voice behind me ask, How did you get those officers to talk about 9/11? She complimented me as being a brave man. That didn't help the fact that I may have hurt that one officers day. I was feeling down about that. The young black woman said she saw loose change and that she tried to tell her family about it. They told her she was crazy and ignored her. She then asked me for one of my 9/11 handouts I tried to give the 5 officers. The lady officer took my web site address. She's in for a shock if she really investigates 9/11. I wish I could be there for her if she comes to a conclusion like so many of us have. 9/11 was an inside job, and we've all been duped. This was indeed the hardest day of my activism for 9/11 truth.