Just trying to get a sense of the format, here...

I just signed up for the first time, and I read that new arrivals need to post for a while in order for the moderators of this sight to have an opportunity to determine whether everything is on the up-and-up. Of course, it also said that submissions can be rejected for a variety of reasons, including the eventuality that it might not be related to 9-11. This presents a minor catch-22 for me; on the one hand, I don't really have anything to say until such time as it can be properly displayed, and read, but I can't get to that point without giving the moderators a chance to vet my submissions.

I would appreciate some guidance, here, either from participants or the moderators, themselves.

Thank you.

Which way, 9-11 Truth? Our greatest strength is, also, our grea

I come to this board in order to present for consideration - and, ultimately, action - what appear to be two of the most pressing challenges faced by the 9-11 Truth movement at the present moment, and for the forseeable future. Firstly, that the basic necessity of starting with a clearly defined goal and then working toward it has been most conspicuously absent, to-date. Secondly, that the dispersed, headless form of 9-11 Truth - there is no structure, no hierarchy - provides both immeasurable benefits and critical challenges. With no sembelance of command-and-control, there is far less opportunity for corruption and infiltration - although we've probably seen our share, nonetheless. Yet, at the same time, the battle over mass-opinion of what transpired on the morning of September the eleventh, two thousand-and-one is being lost in no small measure because of our apparent inability to focus our collective energies toward a particular set of goals. If one were to apply the analogy of chess, we're entering the endgame with a significant disadvantage in both material and position. The only fair statement to make, on behalf of our game, is that our position used to be a lot worse. The problem is that time is running out.

I will be more than happy to flesh out these themes in more detail, as well as to offer my own solutions to these two challenges. First, though, I would like to get a sense of how other people feel about my basic thesis, and what their solutions might be. Anyway, I have to go to work. That's the rub, isn't it? There are only so many hours in a day, and we all have lives to lead. The enemy, of course, does what it does for a living.

Thank you for your time.

- Samuel Trattner

-member, DC 9-11 Truth

-assistant field director
for the U.S. Congressional
campaign of Lt. colonel Bob
Bowman (D-Fl) in 2006