The 9/11 Truth Movement: An Incomplete History

Please don't be offended if you don't see your event, movie, book, or action in this video. There is literally just too much to fit into a 10 minute video. There is too much to fit into a 3 hour full-length movie. Thank you to everyone that gave their two cents here, and here, to Nicholas Levis, John Albanese, Kyle Hence, Carol Brouillet, Janice Matthews, Justin Martell, Luke Rudkowski, Dylan Avery, and to Lorie Van Auken for helping me make this video.


I've been...

Getting some flack for this. People are upset that certain things weren't included. The reason I made this little movie was to show THE WORLD that we have been doing this a LONG time. To show people that we didn't start doing this when Loose Change came out (no offense to Dylan & Co). To show people how much we've done, and how little media coverage we've gotten. I tried to pick "the firsts" of everything. As I said, it's literally IMPOSSIBLE to make a comprehensive movie about the history of this movement in a 10 minute video. I told someone today that if I were to make a 10 minute movie about everything that I've done, and a 10 minute movie about everything that person has done, there would still be 50-60% of everything we've done left out of both movies. Now imagine trying to make a 10 minute video of everything the entire movement has done. I do hope you enjoy this movie. The songs I used are:

1) Revolution - The Beatles
2) Going The Distance - Rocky Soundtrack
3) The Show Must Go On - Queen

Please vote it up. Thanks.

Edit: If I were to make a Part II, what would you like to see in it?

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Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

Not bad, Jon

I think the Vancouver and Australian conferences should have been in there, and LCFC premieres, but it is way too much for one person to do and to satisfy everyone would require weeks of editing and a two hour (or longer) film.

Towers of Deception deserves a plug, too.

I agree that we are not done yet, and the really good stuff is just beginning.

Thanks again for all your hard work,