Some ammunition for use with radio talk show hosts or anyone who buys the official 9/11 fairy tale.

1: The most recent alleged communication from Osama Bin Laden has gotten some play on the radio,
with the hosts always raising the fear level regarding that monster OBL.

When you get on the air, say something like: "I hear you saying that Osama Bin Laden is threatening
us again. You also said some very unkind things about him. Don't you know that you should never
speak ill of the dead." Then you can get into the reasons for believing he is dead and now merely a
bogey man to scare the adult children here in the United States. It doesn't work so well in Europe.

2: Another ploy re OBL is to say that, amazing as it is, you have encountered people who don't believe
in the Easter Bunny or the Tooth Fairy but who still believe in Osama Bin Laden.

3: There is a TV video series about John Adams. There is a quote from him when he was a defense
lawyer which we could use in making the 9/11 Truth case. He said, "Facts are stubborn things."

4: Here is another good quotation to use with people who say "I can't believe our government would
kill thousands of their fellow American citizens." (I used to love to diagram sentences when I was in
school. That sentence is saying only: "I can't believe." Try that with someone who says something
like that.)
"For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it might cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know it - now"
- Patrick Henry

Good catch Zan ...

regarding the quote from the current HBO series John Adam's "facts are stubborn things", the same impression came to my mind as well. There are many parallels in the events of 232 years of America's past to today's crisis, many indeed.

Also, your reference to "believe", for there is no need of the 'stubborn thing of fact' for a belief system. The intrinsic nature of belief has been very successful for organized religion, and studying history and the making of Myths was Phillip Zelikow speciality, albeit in his own parallel universe.