11th Day of Every Month Street Action - January 2008 - Philly 9/11 Truth

Another productive outreach across from the Engine 11 firehouse on South Street in Philadelphia. We signed up a dozen new contacts, distributed four dozen DVDs and hundreds of fliers. Not in the video, we also gave DVDs and literatures to police officers and a firefighter across the way.

Thanks especially for reaching out to the police...

That is very important.

Nice job

It's nice to have well informed people spreading the truth. Looks like some others are now open to it. The 11th of the month idea, is a good idea. Keep up the good work.

"Off-topic": English newspaper article about LCFC screening

Bath Chronicle

January 10, 2008 Thursday



LENGTH: 346 words

Loose Change is a frank and absorbing investigation of the events leading up to the attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon on September 11 2001.

The film, which broke records last year by being the most downloaded film in internet history, can be seen at a special screening at the Little Cinema, Bath on Sunday.

For this one-off special screening, international development worker Paul Baker Hernandez will introduce the film.

The film, which sets out to prove that the official story of 9/11 is false, is the first truly independent investigation of the events surrounding the day that rocked the world.

It contains exclusive witness testimony, the opinions of various experts - physicists, mechanical engineers, demolition specialists, FBI investigators, the testimony of leading US politicians George Bush, Dick Cheney, Condoleeza Rice and Rudolph Giuliani, and commentary from noted journalists Jeremy Paxman, Dan Rather, Peter Jennings and other well-known news purveyors.

Every sentence in the film has been checked for factual accuracy by noted 9/11 academic Dr David Ray Griffin who is the film's script consultant.

Director Dylan Avery commented: "Loose Change Final Cut is a mature, considered film, which provides irrefutable evidence that there is much we still don't know about 9/11.

"People can watch it and make up their own minds - are they prepared to trust the 100 or so witnesses and experts we have in our film, or should they believe the story that the US administration is suggesting we believe?"

Paul Baker Hernandez will introduce the screening and talk about the consequences of US foreign and corporate policy and practice on the international stage, particularly on development and global justice.

Paul will also discuss how we can use the cultural and community strengths of less developed countries to create a more sustainable and equitable way of life.

To demonstrate, he will finish with a few Latin American songs to lift our spirits.

Screening at the Little is at 2pm on Sunday January 13. Bookings are on 08717 042061 or www.picturehouses.co.uk