Malloy at it again - 4.29.2008

Malloy spent a few minutes on 9/11 last night, discussing foreknowledge and then went deep into Northwoods;

(The above link plays about 17 minutes of the show.)

Malloy is

a man of his word. I think he is beginning to see how important exposing the truth about 9/11 is. The future of this planet depends on it. All other issues are meaningless.

I think it's a...

GREAT idea to start from scratch. Let people go through the process. I have always said to just "tell the story". Tell exactly what happened. Either start from January 2001, or go back even further, but go through the whole timeline of events (everything that is available). INCLUDING everything that happened after 9/11 (especially with regard to the investigations, how they transpired, how "well" they did, and what 9/11 has been used for). The story speaks for itself. Something is VERY wrong.

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

Do We Have Time for That?

I think we need to grab' em fast with the most solid most convincing evidence, and get them spreading the TRUTH,
growing the brainpower that is working on solving this diabolical debacle. Filling in the blanks can come later.

North Texans for 911 Truth (new site)
North Texans for 911 Truth Meetup Site

There are people...

Who can pick it up instantaneously, and there are people that take time. There are even some people who refuse to even acknowledge any aspect of 9/11 Truth. I think what Mike is trying to do is reach out to the latter two.

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

I agree

but those "Who can pick it up instantaneously" and do "get it" makes it all the more possible
to expand the field of truth and replace the meme of deceit where all may more easily get it.

There is much in favor of both approaches.

The important thing is that we use one or the other or both...and crank it up.

I'm happy...

That he's doing it at all, because they aren't.

By the way, what I meant to say was, through the "whole timeline" of events.

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

It all starts with dialogue, my friends...

When I'm out in public talking to people and get around to 9/11 (usually quite quickly, btw) I always start off by asking "what do you think about 9/11?" and see what they say and take it from there. This simple conversational approach is non-confrontational and very effective.

Everyone has different levels of knowledge and finds different things interesting, thus different people are drawn to different aspects of the events of 9/11/01.

Some people feel they don't have a sufficient background in physics or engineering to evaluate the demolitions at the WTC. Others get lost in the vague complexities of "terrorism" and "terrorists". Many people defer to "authorities" or "experts" and will only trust the opinions of said establishment figures. Most folks have flown on planes and can relate to the issues of airport security, piloting skills and the failure of NORAD, when explained properly. Almost everyone is interested in, and knows something about, money; so they can be intrigued by the various financial stories relating to the events of 9/11/01, such as the put options, wire transfers and insurance policies.

It all comes down to finding out what interests your audience and feeding that interest with relevant facts, and then relating their interest to the larger context of 9/11 and deep politics.

This takes time, brothers and sisters, so be patient.

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

How many people

are listening to Malloy on his new channel?

wrote Mike an email

Mr. Malloy,

I would venture to say that one of the biggest accomplishments of the "truth movement" is the investigation that ensued. It's kinda funny, we clamor for a new independent investigation, when all along the movement has been doing just that. "Truthers" can stand quite proudly on the movements accomplishment of backing up their platform with facts, science and historical perspective. It is with that knowledge that those who have ventured down this very dark and sad hole cry with frustration for justice. We know that we tempt our own fate when exposing truth to power, this is a chance we must take. This is a patriot's calling. This is a human rights calling. And from what I have heard on your program, this is your calling. Thank you for speaking truth to power.

Jeff Tritten

"It is the first responsibility of every
citizen to question authority"
Ben Franklin