Thoughts on Michael Moore's Sequel to Fahrenheit 9/11

I just watched this video of Michael Moore coming out in full force in favor of a new 9/11 investigation, talking about explosions at ground zero, and demanding the missing pentagon footage:

It was recorded almost a year ago so I'm sure a lot of you have already seen it, but it's new to me.

Today, all the buzz is about the revelation that Michael Moore's next film will be a follow-up to Fahrenheit 9/11. See:

Whatever your personal feelings about Michael Moore are, I ask that you put them aside for a second and consider this: His "Fahrenheit 9/11" is the highest-grossing documentary of all time. If he were to make a 9/11 truth documentary, it would open up a national debate on 9/11 truth, the same way "Sicko" opened up a national debate about health care.

Michael Moore has already contributed to the early efforts of the 9/11 truth movement by proving the Bush family's personal and financial connections to the bin Laden family, and by making a matter of public record the fact that the Bush Administration flew the bin Laden family out of the U.S. in the hours after 9/11 when no one else was allowed to fly.

If Michael does in fact make what we would call a "9/11 truth" documentary, rest assured it would resemble "9/11 Press for Truth" a lot more than it would resemble "Loose Change" or "9/11 Mysteries." He's probably not going to touch the most damning evidence of all, the evidence of controlled demolition. He's probably not going to mention WTC 7.

But it's a start. Email Michael (you can contact him through and let him know what issues you want him to tackle in his next 9/11 documentary. Michael is mainstream enough that anything he talks about will become a matter of public record.

And when you contact him, be polite! Whatever you may feel about him, we need this guy on our side if we're going to win.


Good point.

JFK on secrecy and the press

You mean "another" ?

Don't you mean "If he were to make another 9/11 truth documentary" ?
"Listen carefully now : DO NOT DESTROY OIL-WELLS" Dubya

Even if...

Michael Moore's Farenheit is was a bit controversial regarding the way he directed
some parts of the documentary , the fact is that I, myself, was waked to 911 facts and truth by
him. Farenheit 911 is the reason why I'm engaged in action for truth.

You can't hide a lie for long. Truth shall come out.

I agree that Michael Moore,

I agree that Michael Moore, while he didn't go as far as we would now have liked, did get people to start questioning things and get involved. I myself was not of the MIHOP camp in 2004 when F911 came out, and Moore does indeed leave clues in passing that would suggest LIHOP. For example, when talking about Bush's relationship with Prince Bandar ("Bandar Bush"), Moore asks: "Why would Bandar's government block American investigators from talking to the relatives of the fifteen hijackers?" Well, if six of them are still alive... you get my point.

After WeAreChange interviewed him last year, he should be expected to make a "truth" documentary.

I'm going to hazard a bet that F9/11 (v2) will be something like

a film version of Dr. Griffin's 9/11 Contradictions.

Don't be surprised if it is a limited hangout throwing Dr. Rice, Mr. Tenet and certain neo-cons under the bus and nothing more.

Anyone want to bet me a Paulaner weisebier on it?

If I'm correct, I may want to collect the bet in Munich, too.

***big smile***

Lemonade works in a pinch, too.

Remember brothers and sisters, no one film, book or person will get us to the tipping point, it is only through our determined collective effort that we will achieve our goals and restore our constitutional republic.

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

Mr. tommychong...

Is this your daughter (still trying to find out whether or not you're THE Tommy Chong, or just someone that took his name)?

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

I signed up with the name

I signed up with the name tommychong (just chose it at random, took the first name that popped into my head) two Sundays ago; four days later he came out in favor of 9/11 truth and the FBI raided his house to seize his DVDs. It was just a weird coincidence.

Thank you...

For clearing that up. :)

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

I remain skeptical

Alex Jones; "Michael, why didn't you talk about NORAD standing down?"

Michael Moore: "That would be un-American."

I'm not holding my breath.

"Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. Whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government." -The Declaration of Independence

Knowing Michael Moore

that remark to Alex Jones was probably sarcastic. Yes, he ducked the question, but I doubt that he was being serious. Don't make too much of it - how was he supposed to give a proper answer in three seconds or so?

Michael Moore to come to Iran

May 26, 2008
TEHRAN -- The enfant terrible of the U.S. cinema, Michael Moore, plans to visit Iran, the Documentary and Experimental Film Center (DEFC) announced on Sunday.

During his recent meeting with DEFC commerce manager Shirin Naderi in the Cannes Film Festival, Moore has said that he will be in Iran to take part in the second edition of the Cinéma Vérité Festival, an Iranian gala for documentary films which will be held in Tehran from October 14 to 19.