Next step to 9/11 justice

There is a pretty good article at by Joel S. Hirschhorn. Here is part of it, click the link for the rest.

Next step to 9/11 justice
By Joel S. Hirschhorn
Online Journal Contributing Writer

Sep 25, 2007, 01:17

Everyone thinks of terrorism and homeland security for lessons learned from 9/11. There is another opportunity. Make our government trustworthy and truthful.

The 9/11 truth movement is stronger than ever, though it is generally derided by politicians and ignored by the mainstream media. It is fueled by people passionate about alternative explanations to the official 9/11 story. Understandable, considering that the co-chairs of the 9/11 Commission admitted: “We were set up to fail.”

In 2006, Time magazine said: “The population of [the 9/11 truth movement] is larger than you might think. A Scripps-Howard poll of 1,010 adults last month found that 36 percent of Americans consider it ‘very likely’ or ‘somewhat likely’ that government officials either allowed the attacks to be carried out or carried out the attacks themselves. Thirty-six percent adds up to a lot of people. This is not a fringe phenomenon. It is a mainstream political reality.”

A 2006 Zogby International poll found that 42 percent of Americans more likely agree with people who believe that “the US government and its 9/11 Commission concealed or refused to investigate critical evidence that contradicts their official explanation of the September 11th attacks, saying there has been a cover-up.”

This year Zogby found that 31 percent of likely voters do not buy the official 9/11 story [72 percent for ages 18 to 24 and nearly 60 percent for Hispanics and singles]; 51 percent still await a congressional investigation of Bush's and Cheney's actions before, during and after the 9/11 attacks [88 percent for ages 18 to 24 and 77 percent for Hispanics and singles]; and 67 percent fault the 9/11 Commission for not investigating the anomalous and still unexplained collapse of World Trade Center building 7.

So, six years later, a large fraction of Americans question the government’s official 9/11 story. Countless groups and websites sustain the 9/11 truth movement with many conferences held nationwide. There have been several best-selling books and many well known political, military, law enforcement and academic persons publicly support alternative theories of 9/11 and/or the need for a new investigation. Yet, being a 9/11 truth seeker exposes one to ridicule as a conspiracy nut by those brainwashed by establishment propaganda and lies, or afraid to face the painful truth, or too lazy to think for themselves.


It's something

I've thought about before: Time for a Constitutional Convention.

We Definitely Need to Draw Attention

to the Constitution and how it has been under siege due almost exclusively to "the war on terror" resulting from 9/11. We must restore and uphold the constitution. That means exposing 9/11, exposing the North American Union, and exposing Executive Orders, along with far-reaching Anti-terror legislation. So, I don't think we need to change the constitution-- we simply need to honor it!

The ACLU is currently asking all members of Congress if they will fight for the Constitution. Of course their aim is concerned with restoring habeas corpus which was denied via the Military Commissions Act, ending rendition and torture, and closing down Gitmo. All laudable goals, but we must go even deeper.

The problem is, as usual, the corporate controlled media not giving coverage to a movement to uphold the Constitution. Perhaps celebrities who have the courage to stand up for the constitution can be a key to exposing the abuses and lies of the war on terror. As for 9/11, if the media would just cover the polls showing a majority want a new investigation, we'd be sitting pretty. Especially since the co-chairs of the Commission themselves have admitted that they were set up to fail... and did!

This might be the most

This might be the most viable top level approach we have politically, though its going to need to be filled in. This is actually something that, if we build it into our efforts, will produce real and lasting results.

Famous Zen Proverb

7 times down, 8 times up.