9/11 Truther to Speak at Stanford Law

Source: http://phibetacons.nationalreview.com/post/?q=ZTU2NDllZDExNmIxYTBiYzRjMzU1MDY5ODVjNGJkOWE=

Monday, February 11, 2008

9/11 Truther to Speak at Stanford Law [Stephen Spruiell]

From Stanford Law School, former NR associate editor Anthony Dick sends word that a group has invited a 9/11 truther to speak this afternoon:

The Civil Rights Civil Liberties Society has invited Sander Hicks to speak at the law school today, billing him as "a multimedia political activist committed to the preservation of civil liberties and civil rights for all Americans."

In fact, Mr. Hicks is a 9/11 conspiracy theorist committed to the proposition that the terrorist attacks of 9/11 were orchestrated by the United States government, which is now murdering its citizens to cover up the truth. In his own words:

"The 9/11 commission was a coverup. . . . 9/11 was the product of a conspiracy — specifically a conspiracy between the CIA, Pakistani intelligence, and the so-called al-Qaeda organization, which is really most likely just a product of Pakistani intelligence and CIA intelligence."

Mr. Hicks is now touring the country speaking about "The FBI murder of Dr. David Graham," a fellow 9/11 conspiracy theorist who died in 2004.

Tomorrow's appearance at SLS will be the latest installment in Mr. Hicks's deranged slander campaign, which insults the men and women of the United States government and trivializes the tragedy of September 11th. It is utterly disgraceful to give this man a platform to speak at Stanford Law School.

02/11 12:40 PM

I hope we get a tape of this event.

I saw Sander speak once and was very impressed. I thought he could represent our campaign quite well. He is verbally skilled so to say in ways that some others aren't. A good talker you know. Today was the first day I'd heard anybody claim he is a dis-info agent, but they offered no compelling reason as to why to believe that, other than he makes money by selling his books? Who knows. But I hope we can see the tape and get some more action regarding 9/11 truth in the mainstream media and populace of this country.

MP3 Audio Clip - ABC Good Morning America

Monday December 3, 2007
ABC Good Morning America Finds Out That Pakistani Kids Believe Osama Works For The CIA

* source = http://abcnews.go.com/gma

Wednesday December 12, 2007
Caller Asks Air America's Randi Rhodes "Where Are The Terrorists?" And She Says There Are None

* source = http://www.therandirhodesshow.com/live/

Wednesday December 12, 2007
Senator Richard Durbin Questions Brigadier General Thomas Hartman About Guantanamo Prisoners

* source = http://www.c-span.org

More MP3 Audio Clips >

thanks alexjonesfan

I've acquired so many good audio clips referenced by you - much appreciated.



You're welcome

The Richard Durbin clip is amazing. After 1 godzillion dollars spent on the war on freedumb, only one conviction at guantanamo and it was a plea bargain.

As Randi Rhodes said in her clip, "there are no terrorists, that's the problem, there are no terrorists."

The author, Stephen

The author, Stephen Spruiell, appears to be a hardcore right-winger --



There are lots of those running around Stanford, where Condi Rice taught, so not surprising they would go nuts over anyone talking about 9/11 there.

There are also many brave

There are also many brave progressives at Stanford. The Hoover Institution is the right-wing citadel on campus.



"Meanwhile, outside the Hoover Institution, the crowd chanted, “Hey-Hey-Ho-Ho-Bush is here, he’s got to go.” Another popular slogan targeted the conflict in Iraq, as students yelled, “1-2-3-4-We don’t want your fuckin’ war-5-6-7-8-Stop the killing, Stop the hate.”

"As the protest grew louder, the Sheriff’s Department attempted to clear the street to provide the president’s motorcade a safe entrance into the complex. When the students refused to obey these verbal commands, more than 50 police officers in full riot gear were called to the scene. Dressed in protective helmets, the officers used their batons to push individuals back from the Tower."

"In response to the use of physical force, students directed their chants at the perceived infringement of their rights.

“Whose campus—Our campus. Whose streets—our streets,” they yelled. “Tell me what democracy looks like—this is what democracy looks like.”

"Mocking the administration, about an hour later, members of the San Francisco-based Global Exchange Group drove a Hummer toward the police barrier closing off Serra from Galvez. Using a speakerphone and donning masks of Bush and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, they parodied Bush’s foreign policy and the level of security on campus."

"With hundreds of prospective freshmen and their families on campus for the weekend, the movement seemed to draw support from onlookers. Several of these prospective freshmen participated in the movement. Parents took photos and applauded the protestors as they proceeded down Lasuen Mall."

"Some students, like incoming freshman Alejandra Aponte, said they were surprised by the protest’s high turnout."

“I thought Stanford was really a bubble, but seeing all the people that are out here has shown me that people really are concerned,” she said. “I’m Latina; I’m from Guatemala. Right now President Bush is doing some very interesting things in Latin America. We have a phrase ‘For every pig, there will be a Saturday.’ Basically, his game is over.”

"Several Stanford faculty members observed the action from afar. Director of the Institute for International Studies and Political Science Prof. Coit Blacker, who was not invited to meet with Bush, said, “I love America, and I love protests.”

“On the altar of God, I swear eternal hostility against all forms of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson

Our 11th day action was at the UC Berkeley Campus yesterday

and I find, in general, the Cal students to be far more conservative and incurious than those at Stanford.

I was also fortunate enough to converse with Sander Hicks Sunday night and appreciate even more his dedicated research and approach to unraveling the tangled web of whistleblowers, witnesses and patsies that permeate the events of September 11, 2001. He is doing very important work that is too frequently below the radar of many in the truth movement.

I hope that everyone in the Pacific Northwest will make an effort to go and see Sander Hicks and buy his very good book, The Big Wedding, so he doesn't have to ship them home to NYC.

The truth shall set us free. Love is the only way forward.

Go, Sander, go!

Bush I, Bush II, CIA, US Navy did 9/11

Here is our latest article:

Keystone Cops 9/11: Analysis Of The Pentagon A3 Skywarrior Napalm Bombshttp://home.att.net/~south.tower/911PentagonNapalm1.htm

Sander's talk

Sander spoke quite well. About twenty students attended. There wasn't any real publicity outside of Stanford. He also spoke this evening in Berkeley and last night in Oakland, as as at Modern Times in San Francisco. He is very articulate, sincere, knowledgable. He also had a case of books with him today Beyond Bullets- The Suppression of Dissent in the United States by Jules Boykoff ( http://www.akpress.org/2007/items/beyondbulletsakpress) which looks like an excellent analysis of how the government has marginalized, channeled, infiltrated, co-opted, and repressed progressive movements in the US over the past hundred years...

Sanders chronicle of Graham's suspicious death (see his website http://www.sanderhicks.com/ and checkout The 9/11 Graham Report http://www.sanderhicks.com/grahamreport.html) dovetails into the larger pattern of the FBI's crushing of movements.

Carol Brouillet

Thanks for the publicity, NRO

The NATIONAL REVIEW (an infamous Project Mockingbird-created and -funded operation, set up by career CIA agents William Buckley and James Burnham) ONLINE writer here concludes:

"Tomorrow's appearance at SLS will be the latest installment in Mr. Hicks's deranged slander campaign, which insults the men and women of the United States government and trivializes the tragedy of September 11th. It is utterly disgraceful to give this man a platform to speak at Stanford Law School."

Ho hum. Hicks's thesis is deranged, so there's no need to address his arguments. Oh, and he "insults the men and women of the United States government" (since when have conservatives been so eager to stand up for federal employees?).

And since when does seeking truth "trivialize" something? Isn't taking the government's account at face value -- without considering its self-contradictions and avoidance of central facts -- what really trivializes 9/11?

"set up by career CIA agents

"set up by career CIA agents William Buckley and James Burnham"

Important point.


Buckley (intellectual grand-old-man of American conservatism) is S&B/Yale/CIA all the way. He admits to having worked under E. Howard Hunt in Mexico City. Anyone who believes Buckley was a spook for "less than a year" will believe the public has been told the truth about 9/11.

“On the altar of God, I swear eternal hostility against all forms of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson

And that was before the neocons took over the magazine

Since you're interested in this, I'll quote one source, economist Murray Rothbard, an early occasional writer for National Review before being dropped for opposing U.S. foreign interventionism, from his book, The Betrayal of the American Right (Auburn, AL: Ludwig von Mises Institute, 2007), pp. 161-2:

"[W]e should now ask whether or not a major objective of National Review from its inception was to transform the right wing from an isolationist to global warmongering anti-Communist movement; and, particularly, whether or not the entire effort was in essence a CIA operation. We now know that Bill Buckley, for the two years prior to establishing National Review, was admittedly a CIA agent in Mexico City, and that the sinister E. Howard Hunt was his control. His sister Priscilla, who became managing editor of National Review, was also in the CIA; and other editors James Burnham and Willmoore Kendall had at least been recipients of CIA largesse in the anti-Communist Congress for Cultural Freedom. In addition, Burnham has been identified by two reliable sources as a consultant for the CIA in the years after World War II. Moreover, Garry Wills [who was for some years a reviewer for National Review] relates in his memoirs of the conservative movement that Frank Meyer [a high-ranking editor at National Review who earlier had been a CPUSA member], to whom he was close at the time, was convinced that the magazine was a CIA operation. With his Leninist-trained nose for intrigue, Meyer must be considered an important witness.

"Furthermore, it was a standard practice in the CIA, at least in those early years, that no one ever resigned from the CIA. A friend of mine who joined the Agency in the early 1950s told me that if, before the age of retirement, he was mentioned as having left the CIA for another job, that I was to disregard it, since it would only be a cover for continuing Agency work. On that testimony, the case for N[ational]R[eview] being a CIA operation becomes even stronger. Also suggestive is the fact that a character even more sinister than E. Howard Hunt, William J. Casey, appears at key moments of the establishment of the New [militarist, foreign interventionist] over the Old [noninterventionist, 'isolationist'] Right. It was Casey who, as attorney, presided over the incorporation of National Review [...]."

How strange is a world where

How strange is a world where Big Bird cavorts with an apprentice of a notorious CIA black operator?


"Author William F. Buckley '50 and Sesame Street's Big Bird appeared next, as a part of the "For Country" segment. The pair departed from a scheduled lesson on the letter "B" to teach the audience about the letter "Y." Big Bird was so enraptured with the new letter that he insisted on calling his human co-host "Mr. Yuckley."

When the avian Muppet had trouble remembering any words that begin with the 25th letter of the alphabet, Buckley offered several polysyllabic possibilities, while the audience members shouted "Yale!" in an attempt to jog Big Bird's memory."

At least Big Bird had the natural sense to refer to him as "Mr. Yuckley".

“On the altar of God, I swear eternal hostility against all forms of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson

OT: Why did GW take down the

OT: Why did GW take down the Electrical Engineer article?


Possibly to edit it.