WeAreChangeLA stands in the rain!! for the 12-11-09 Eleventh of the Month 9-11 Truth Action

We had a great time in front of Chase Bank with our massive blue banners encouraging the rush hour traffic to question 9-11. We received a steady pulse of supportive honks. There is nothing like getting out in the streets with fellow 9-11 Truthers to get our outreach fix. We all had such a great time hanging with each other, and we passed out all of our DVDs. Nobody who drove by or stopped at the intersection could miss us. The pedestrian traffic was much busier than expected. Even bus drivers took DVDs.

Thank you to all who came out in the rain, estimated about 20. You are all wonderful folks!

Camera and edit: Steve Wright

Thanks guys.

Much Appreciated - all your efforts.

It goes without saying, those of us not in Los Angeles are standing with you in Spirit.
The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

Excellent Excellent Video and Interviews.. Thanks Steve.

And to join forces and find others doing the same thing check out:

http://www.TruthAction.org and http://www.WeAreChange.org

Or email Dan@wearechange.org

Love this stuff.

Great work again WACLA :) We

Great work again WACLA :) We all salute you for your efforts.

Great job...

I appreciate the fact that 9/11Truth brings the left and the right together....but as a progressive who wants to bring the left peace movement into the 911 Truth fold..I would stick to 911/false flag/science and stay away from climate change denial and the joker poster of Obama....Not that Obama isn't a tool and deserves criticism …or is himself a war criminal…I just think there are people on the left who associate certain views/signs with the far (religious) right…i.e. the Sarah Palin Tea Baggers or Lyndon Larouche.

Thank You...

For being out there and doing such a great job of showing the from-the-heart diversity of the Truth and Accountability movement. These were some of the best field interviews I've seen, and they really captured the wonderful, genuine and bright personalities expressing well thought out understanding of our shared challenges. Nice edit & great tone. Kudos all.


"Few victories can rival the initial one of parting company with the spectators and stepping into the arena" - Stewart Howe

Excellent work

and interviews. Rain or shine you guys show up armed with excellent banners, dvds, and minds.

Bruno, nice seeing you last night at the SD911Truth event "Aeronautical Impossibilities" at Joice Beers Community Center.

Steve Walker


Aeronautical Impossibilities

The panelists were all excellent. That was a great event, and I felt such a warm welcome in San Diego. Was really good to see you again, Steve! Wish we had more time to talk.

With you in the struggle,
WeAreChangeLA - http://www.wacla.org
I work for the 9-11 First Responders, the 9-11 victims, and all those who are being slaughtered and tortured because of 9-11.

Has freedom become a subculture?

An article from Mike, one of the interviewees at our 12-11-09 street action.

It's the eleventh of December, and they are out in record numbers for their monthly demonstration. They arrive in cars, and stand in the rain for two hours, holding up signs, more than twenty demonstrators on the street corner. Amy, An aspiring singer with an enthusiastic smile, wheat colored hair, and a bubbly yet sincere personality hands out DVDs, while others hold up giant banners which amount to a portable billboard. Altogether, it's not too unusual of a sight for Los Angeles, and in particular for Hollywood. However, there is one major difference which stands out from the many protesters one encountered in the not very distant past. They are mainly in their twenties and early thirties, and many are clean cut, they carry American flags, and as a whole are dressed conservatively. Many wear camouflage coats to fight off the rain. While they come from various political backgrounds, from right and from left, they are certainly not the hippy left which has historically been the most vocal group in California politics, on the street corners and in Sacramento.

The crowd is primarily composed of members of We Are Change, a group founded in New York after the attacks of September eleventh. The banners boldly proclaim in lettering half a foot: “9/11 was an inside job.” and it's a position which while alarming to some, is fairly mainstream among those under 25. The “9/11 generation” as it was labeled by those wishing to sensationalize tragedy, will never forget the attacks of September 11th 2001. To those who were still growing up, it was a formative experience. What could not have been anticipated by anyone at the time, however, is that the platitudes echoed out for the love of freedom by those in power, would become a force which is beginning to shake the political fabric of this nation. The fervent nationalism endorsed by the media soon died down in the hearts of those with careers and footholds in the establishment, but amongst the youth, it took hold in an unexpected manner.

While to many in the political arena, 9/11 was proof that we “could no longer afford to do things as we had” and a rationale for increased censorship, security, and new laws to combat this mysterious phantom, there is a growing belief that a government which would pass laws such as the Patriot Act is not above murdering it's own citizens to increase it's power over their lives. The Truth movement is growing, and amongst America's youth, it's mainstream, as evidenced by the many passers-by who agree with the message spelled out by the demonstrators. There's more to the movement than simply questions about 9/11, however. In a society where it's not uncommon to hear of policies that would be shocking to Orwell, the Truth movement provides a vent for the pressure, a place where one can exchange taboo ideas without fear, and a support network for those who have been or felt ostracized for their very thoughts.

Charles Webb, 19, on vacation from Ocala Florida, identifies primarily with what he describes as the “non-compliance movement” and resistance to excessive authority. He spoke with this reporter of the illegality of taxes, both property and income, and of sustainable living. He spoke with passionate frustration of the necessity of money to simply live one's life, and with aspirations of living off the land, sentiments shared by many young people in today's society.

Tatiana, 19, from Los Angeles, stated when interviewed that she was standing in the rain holding a sign, because she wanted people to learn the truth. She spoke of philosophical points such as how “people don't mean what they say, and throw around words like love, or hate, to describe everything.” In many ways, her idealistic and yet sincere philosophy could be mistaken for the average college liberal, but one thing stood out, distinctive of the Freedom and Truth Movements as a whole. When asked about the constitution's more controversial points, Tatiana said “I don't like guns, but I support other people's freedom to have them." An intense difference from the mindsets of many elected officials is characterized in her simple statement, but she's by no means Un-American.

These attitudes, amongst others, are what distinguish the 9/11 generation from the radical youth of a half century ago, whom they might otherwise resemble; there is no sympathy for even the most idealistic of tyrannies, and an almost spiritual reverence for the concept of individual freedom. There is a general attitude that our problems come from a government which won't obey it's own Constitution, it's own rules, and not from any one political party or policy, but an out of control State, mechanized to constantly expand and encroach on the common man. Perhaps, after much introspection, America will find that after sixty years of fighting foreign wars in the name of damaging the Soviet Union, she has begun to resemble it, with her state socialism and her disregard for human rights so rampant, that the very founding principle of this nation, Human Liberty, has become counter-cultural. It might do this nation good to ask itself: Are patriots the new hippies? If so, then perhaps it's time to ask "where did we go wrong as a society?"

That's a really cool article Bruno!

If patriots are the new hippies we are going to be a much more powerful force for change than they were!

Great action WAC LA!

Kind regards John

9/11 24/7 UNTIL JUSTICE!!

Great video that shows...

... what kind of nice, informed people the movement comprises.

One thing. The problem with asking people to Google "Building 7" is that the first link that comes up is to the Wikipedia article about it, which sees no problem with whatever the official explanation is or has been.

I don't experience the same problem.

Unfortunately google tailors its experience to each individual based on your web surfing habits. When I do a web search using Google for "Building 7" I get all kinds of enticing headlines like CONTROLLED COLLAPSE OF WTC7, CONTROLLED DEMOLITION, BUILDING 7's IMPLOSION, plus lots of captivating images and links to videos.

I believe it is possible for a web designer to pull some programming maneuvers in order to improve the URL's placement when searches are made. Maybe AE911TRUTH.org can work on making that website appear more prominently when a search is done for BUILDING 7.

With you in the struggle,
WeAreChangeLA - http://www.wacla.org
I work for the 9-11 First Responders, the 9-11 victims, and all those who are being slaughtered and tortured because of 9-11.