STANDING UP for 911 TRUTH in the Classroom again
Here is a neat little story about 9/11 Truth which happened TODAY, 1/17/08.
Today at college, I was in a packed classroom auditorium, shoulder-to-shoulder with about 60 other students. The Professor was going down the roll list asking people to introduce themselves and briefly tell a little about themselves.
It finally came to be my turn. Despite some butterflies and a parched mouth, my statements came out comfortably bold and sure: "...I am an Environmental Science Major and I am also with the 9/11 Truth movement, because it has been PROVEN that explosives were used on 9/11." There were some giggles and suppressed laughter in the background, but I held my ground. The Instructor said: "Well, I may be skeptical about that." I responded, "That is great! I am glad that you are skeptical. I am also skeptical -- about the Official Story." And he trailed on with the fact that he is also somewhat skeptical about official versions, but that he would need to see evidence about the explosives on 9/11. I told him that I have the evidence right here and I will give it to him after class. (DVDs and flyers/info cards) Then the Professor continued with the rest of the class.
After class, the student to my right said: "Wow! Have you seen Zeitgiest?! I have! You are right about 9/11." And I proceeded to give him some other 9/11 Truth DVDs. The student to my left said: "My Dad and I watched those DVDs which you me last semester. He was all excited and really got into the videos and how 9/11 was an inside job…."
So here I had two people sitting next to me on either side who knew that 9/11 was a cover-up.
There are a lot of Truthers out there. It takes being visible to bring things to the forefront.
There are many times when I bring 911 up both in the classroom and just in general life's interactions. I have spoken to phone solicitors who know that it was an inside job. I have disseminated to many different telephone "help desk" personnel (such as utility companies or computer assitance). In the stores, I very often talk to the clerks or sales rep about 9/11 and give them DVDs with flyers. Drive-thrus and restaurants are also another great line of dissemination to personnel working there. Many people know, many do not know. Ha! Service personnel are 'handicapped', because they 'have to be nice'...ha!
On campus, my book bag has signs "911 TRUTH" "911 Was an Inside Job" "Expose the 911 Cover-up", with a sign "FREE DVDs".
Often, I bring up 911 and other issures in the classroom during classroom discussions. Generally, people are very much in a media trance of what is going on and only have that sound-bit concept of what is really happening around the world. Most people are not aware of all the False-Flag operations nor basic historical facts, much less all the current atrocities.
Actually, I have a lot of little anecdotes and stories of neat successes in promoting 911 TRUTH to people.
For example, one of many such stories, was the lady in the post office standing next to me. She was about 65 years old and we chatted for a little bit. I went to my car and pulled out some DVDs and flyers to give her while she was heading to her car. When I gave them to her, she lit up bright!...and started telling me all about all the false flag operations that had been going on throughout the years and she was very well educated on things.
Ha! One of my earlier attempts in a classroom on its first day while waiting for the instructor to arrive: There were maybe 80 students all chatting away to each other. I stood up and loudly said in a deep booming voice: "Just so everyone knows: 911 was an inside job !" Wow! the room went silent....
In that same classroom on another day, I was talking to my neighbors about 911. A guy behind me said: "That is bullshit..." I responded: "I have DVDs right here that show the evidence. All you have to do is look." He ranted for a bit, but then another student (Luis) said with aplomb, "I will take one of those DVDs." That did it. Luis changed the tune with that statement. Other students also started asking for DVDs and information. It changed the whole tone.
...and there are other stories....