The 9/11 Truth Movement Is Gandhi's Movement! "Satyagraha" 9/11 1906

"When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love has always won. There have been tyrants and murderers and for a time they seem invincible but in the end, they always fall - think of it, always."
-- Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi launched his non-violent resistance movement on 9/11 1906. The 9/11 Truth Movement is by extension Gandhi's Movement;

9/11 1906 vs 9/11 2001 A Revelation: Commemoration event of September 11, 1906, the Birth of Satyagraha in light of September 11, 2001

September 11, 2006 is the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. But it is also the 100th anniversary of the beginning of Gandhi’s first non-violent campaign. Mahatma Gandhi launched his first campaign of non-violent direct action in South Africa on September 11, 1906.

Satyagraha (Sanskrit: सत्याग्रह satyāgraha) is a philosophy and practice of nonviolent resistance developed by Mohandas K. Gandhi. Gandhi deployed satyagraha in campaigns for Indian independence and also during his earlier struggles in South Africa. Satyagraha theory also influenced Martin Luther King, Jr. during the campaigns he led during the Civil Rights Movement in the United States.

Great Inspiration and Photo.

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they attack you, then you win.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi is definitely inspirational and could be emulated more effectively in the future of our movement.
To learn more about him I recommend the film "Gandhi" starring Ben Kingsley.
To learn more about our opponents I recommend the film "Mississippi Burning" starring Gene Hackman.


"Ghandi"-the film, is one of greatest ever made. It is one

of the last truly great epics. Including extras, it had the largest cast in film history! The funeral scene (especially in a theatre) is absolutely breathtaking. Today they just use Computer Generated Images for crowd scenes.

It is also a very intimate film. The most powerful scene I remember is when a Hindu man confesses to Ghandi that he had just murdered a boy, because the boy was a Muslim. Ghandi then tells him what he must do for penance. See the film for yourself to find out what it is, I can't recommend it more.

"They took it from the top to the bottom, we're gonna take them from the bottom to the top." - Dan Wallace