Webster Tarpley Endorses INSIDE JOB Banner Project

Webster Tarpley, America's dean of false-flag terror studies, has enthusiastically endorsed a new effort to put "Inside Job" plastic roll banners in the hands of every 9/11 truthseeker. The goal: Deter the next 9/11 -- and if deterrence fails, flood the nation with INSIDE JOB signs.

In a July 22nd phone conversation with Kevin Barrett, Tarpley called the proposal "terrific" and offered his full support. Tarpley invited Barrett on his wtprn.com radio show next Thursday, July 26th, 8 pm - 9 pm CT (9 -10 pm ET) to promote and discuss the INSIDE JOB project.

Tarpley pointed out that he has consistently called on 9/11 activists to be prepared for the next 9/11. "You need to know what to do, where to go, where to meet to stage massive peaceful demonstrations," Tarpley said.

By having an INSIDE JOB sign in their closets, 9/11 truth-seekers will be making an implied commitment to hit the streets in the event of another false-flag terror scam. The mere existence of thousands of these signs in the hands of 9/11 truthers, peace activists and constitutionalists will make potential false-flag terrorists think twice, Tarpley and Barrett agreed.

Tarpley told Barrett that instead of "INSIDE JOB?" with a question mark, the signs should end with an exclamation point. "The people respect strength and commitment, not vacillation and self-doubt," Tarpley said. Barrett argued that the question mark broadens the signs' appeal to include people like Cindy Sheehan and her followers, who are not 100% sure that 9/11 was an inside job, but who question it and would be willing to hit the streets to question a subsequent attack. Barrett added that in the immediate aftermath of an attack, there will not yet be any hard proof of inside job, so phrasing INSIDE JOB as a question not a statement will seem more appropriate to the majority of Americans. Tarpley responded that after studying hundreds of such incidents, he saw a clear and unmistakable pattern, and was quite sure that the next attack would be an inside job.

Barrett agreed, then cited his response to JS:

"100 years of advertising research has proven that extremely simple, almost subliminal messages work best--and that they need to offer a slogan that the target audience can identify with and embrace/echo as its own words. Our target audience, the unconverted, cannot yet identify with the slogan 9/11 WAS AN INSIDE JOB. That's too specific and too assertive. But they DO have questions. INSIDE JOB? is the perfect slogan to spread the message to the majority who don't yet THINK it was an inside job, but don't believe the government either. The phrase will echo around in their minds, and eventually the question mark will fall off."

Tarpley, while agreeing that the question mark serves those purposes, remained firm in his opinion that banners with exclamation points were preferable, at least for fellow 9/11 truthers who KNOW, rather than question, where the next attack will come from. Perhaps both kinds of banners should be available, Tarpley said.

Barrett agreed, and the two decided to promote the existing INSIDE JOB? banners and to support fundraising efforts for another print run, this time of INSIDE JOB! banners.

The conversation will continue on Tarpley's World Crisis Radio, wtprn.com radio next Thursday, July 26th, 8 pm - 9 pm CT (9 -10 pm ET). Barrett will also be discussing the INSIDE JOB project on his three radio shows: http://mujca.com/airwaves.htm

Those who wish to order the banners in time for the August 11th-of-the-month actions can send cash, check or money-order to MUJCA, POB 221, Lone Rock, WI 53556, or use any paypal button at http://mujca.com

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