Asia Digest Tells the Truth About 9/11

By Jeffrey Orling,

Half way around the world in a publication from Sri Lanka, November's edition of Asia Digest, the feature story is "9/11 — Has America been Told The Truth?"

Asia Digest begins their feature with a brief introduction by Richard de Zoysa which sets the stage for the two following articles by Johnny Christy which include a thorough presentation of the mysteries and problems with the conventional story told.

Christy's first article is titled September 11, 2001 — Was America Under Attack or Was the World Being Hoodwinked? The author asks the question: What really happened (the story the world was told)? He then follows with a bullet list of points; What's Wrong With This Story?

Christy follows this setup with an interview done in November of 2009 with Richard Gage, AIA, founder of Architects & Engineers for 911 Truth, in Expressing My Conviction. Through his answers to the questions posed to Gage, lays out the history of AE911Truth, what they are doing and what they hope to accomplish. Gage is optimistic that a new investigation revealing the truth about the events of September 11, 2009, will be inevitable, as the calls for one are growing in numbers and the momentum cannot be stopped.

Nivac Nhajal writes the final article which is called Demolition and Deception: The Destruction of WTC 7 on 9/11. In his well written and researched article with 52 citations and references, Nhajal carefully presents the case for controlled demolition as the only possible cause for the destruction of WTC 7, also known as the Solomon Brothers building. His article reads more like an article one would find in a peer reviewed journal than a magazine and the references alone are a treasure trove for those interested in drilling down into the disturbing story which reveals the deception by NIST in portraying the destruction as a structural failure from office fires. For those sitting on the fence, a read of this article will bring them over to the side demanding a new fair, honest let-the-chips-fall-where-they-may investigation.

The Asia Digest feature ends with Getting Behind the Truth, a list of prominent people who have joined the 9/11 Truth movement — for those who have any doubts about depth and breath of growing public concern regarding the truth about the events of 9/11. The reader will find that he or she is in good company when they add their voice to the call for a new investigation.

The set of articles can be found here.


This morning, when I first looked at this issue, by clicking on the link above, it came up. Now it does not load. The page stays blank.

Anyone else having the same problem?

It is, by the way, very good indeed if a person likes honest investigation.

It looks as if the page on

It looks as if the page on the site got hacked, or pulled; this would make a good read. I wonder if anyone saved it, to repost elsewhere?

If it was a good article wonder "someone" would want it down.. Curiously, the article right beside it on their home page comes up. I emailed them to inquire. I also noticed that Asia Digest is on Facebook. I'm not on Facebook, but if someone out there is, it would be interesting to see if it's posted there.

This is a good lesson for us as internet censorship becomes more and more of a reality: that we should copy and paste as well as provide links to important stuff. In one day this dead link already fills a page of postings on Google. If one of us had copied it, we could re-post

Anyway, it's good news nonetheless that some truth about 9/11 made it as a cover story in Asia.

"This is a good lesson for us"

absolutely- i'm in the habit of hitting crtl+S and saving as html any significant article i come across.

John, thx for grabbing that google cache and reposting- google's good for that, but their cache is good for only a few days at the most i think, and only crawls the entire web every few mo. or so.

Taking a sec to save important stuff may come in handy.

Also, entire websites can be downloaded w/ free apps- google "download website"

Just heard

I just got an email from Asia Digest. It reads:

Thank you for the heads up on the web link. It was working fine but something seems to have gone wrong and we've got our webmaster working on it.
If you are interested in obtaining a hard copy of the September / October edition of Asia Digest there are two options that you have to send the payment across until we set up our online payment gateway.

1) Send a check or money order by mail to Asia Digest International, 5-A, Havelock Place, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
2) Transfer the money through 'Western Union Money Transfer' which is available at most supermarkets like Kroger.

The cost of an issue is US $3.00 and the postage and handling fees are US $2.80. Total cost US$5.80.



Johnny Christy.
Asia Digest


I'll send the $6, why not. That's real short money for a copy. We gotta support the people who are willing to put out some truth


Absolutely. These articles make for really good quote material. A gold mine. Everyone should purchase a copy of this edition. Good PR for the cause too, for the edition to sell really well.

from google cache ...

Here is a link to Google's cache of It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on 19 Nov 2009 01:22:23 GMT ...

Here is a link to an archived copy of Google's cached page ...

That's better than nothing but Its not the whole article

I just happened to still have the article open in a separate tab from reading it last night, So when I saw that it went missing I saved it to my desktop. You can view The whole thing here


you da man

Partial return..

The page has returned partially. The interview with RG and the WTC7 story aren't there. Will keep checking.


Full return with improvements

The article is back online now will full evidential pictures.


If Not Me? Who? If Not Now? When?