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: http://belowgroundsurface.org/belowgroundsurface/Comments.aspx?StoryURL=335
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 michaelmoore.com) 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.