2009 Hollywood Anti War March Part 2 of 2 - HUGE 9/11 TRUTH PRESENCE



Anti-war march held in Los Angeles to mark Iraq war anniversary. The demonstrators marched along the famous Hollywood Boulevard to demand an end to the six-year war in Iraq and Afghanistan. HUGE 9/11 TRUTH PRESENCE.

Below are two quotes from the video.

Katy Kurtzman

"This is the most 9/11 truth presence I've ever seen at a-- at a march and-- ...just the presence, the respect to people that, they already know. It wasn't any of those confused looks like in the past they at least looked at it and made a decision one way or another. There were a couple of people that came up to argue with us but we love that. Because we love to opportunity to change somebody's mind. It was a good day. I was a really good day."

Bruno Bruhwiler

"So many more people in the anti war movement are aware of 9/11 than ever before. We tried to pass out DVD's and they, they already knew, they already knew what was going on. And we had four massive blue banners and really really had an incredible visibility action today on the--

Anyone that is watching, 9/11 had the greatest presence in the anti war movement today then I ever seen. I think were reaching out more then ever to people. It-- It's just felt fantastic."


Camera: Paul Wittenberger and Ranee Vespi

Edited: Paul Wittenberger

Date: March 21, 2009



Paul Wittenberger

The music is so annoying.

The music is so annoying. The world is so tired of noisy pounding rock music which distracts from the content. Drop the rock PLEASE.

Use ANY Music You Want...

on your own video. Show the film maker how it is done.

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

I like the music

Rage On!

Music is frequently misused in documentaries and elsewhere

I think that improper use of background music can actually work against a documentary--most people are aware these days of how music is used by film makers to manipulate emotions. For a fictional drama where the purpose is entertainment, this is fine. But if you are presenting real footage about an important subject--like 9/11 truth--to start in with the ominous music when the scary facts are presented actually cheapens the presentation. I, for one, object at this obvious attempt to manipulate my emotions.

Regarding the footage of the Hollywood 2009 anti-war march, the loud rock music was probably chosen because the film makers thought it would whip up the viewer's excitement while watching the video. For someone who agrees totally with the point of the demonstration and the views expressed, it may well do that. But for anyone skeptical, or just looking for information about the event, such a soundtrack is probably counter-productive--it really does get in the way of what we want to accomplish, which is to inform and persuade.

Therefore, we should beware of unthinking use of cultural cliches in videos about 9/11 truth. Use of soundtrack music that would be appropriate for a video about the next NFL game may not be appropriate for what we are trying to do.

left field

Another great vid of same event...

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.

Those HUGE Banners Cannot be Overlooked.

Those HUGE Banners Cannot be Overlooked.

Please consider marching in your Martin Luther King Jr Parade.
Every big city has one.
Dallas has two; One next Saturday, and another on Monday.
Our group plans to be at both.
We have 1,500 DVDs, several thousand broadsheets, banners, signs, and quotations from MLK.

This is from lasts year's Monday "Elite News" Parade:

This from last year"s Saturday "City of Dallas" Parade:



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

WoW! Great video LA !!! Inspirational and Uniting!

I plan to spread this video!! Thanks LA !!
"It is you who are the torch-bearers with respect to that truth.... ...Steel your spines. Inspire your children. Then when the moment is right, rise again...." W PEPPER

Join us in the Martin Luther King Parades!!
March with us for “9/11 Truth”.
In previous years, the crowds were cheering us on, waving and smiling, and shouting things like: “9/11 Truth!!” “Expose the Coverup!” “9/11 was an inside job!”.
Even some of the policemen knew about the coverup!
The radio announced “9/11 was an inside job!” live!!
A lot of people know about the 9/11 Coverup.
Last year, the audience was clamoring for DVDs and reaching out for printed material until we finally ran out.
The positive, excited reception to 9/11 Truth is worth experiencing.


Theses banners are great - color perfect and big. You can't miss them. A few American flags nearby would get the point across - this is a patriotic movement. Please everyone ditch the black clothes - they represent nihilism. Ditto about the rock music in the video - it's only powerful if you like it, and I don't either.

Keep reaching out...let go of your anger for the peace movement!

Katie was talking about being what I call a leper...we've all been lepers, times are changing WE ARE CHANGING; let go of the past we are the FUTURE!

REACH OUT TO VICTORY...it is in your love for life:)

The forgotten and marginalised are the forgotten and marginalised....except it and embrace it, it is OUR strength and our solidarity; personified!


9/11 24/7 UNTIL JUSTICE!!


The WACLA group is one of the most effective and dedicated groups in the nation. They got the nanothermite paper in Biden's hands. It's great to see that so many anti-war activists, at least on the west coast, are aware of 9/11. Over in Cincinnati I know several anti-war activists who shy away from 9/11 truth because they feel 9/11 truthers serve to discredit (i.e. make look crazy) the anti-war movement as a whole. Sigh. They must believe that the one and only time the Bush admin ever told the truth was on 9/11.

I agree that the music sucks

Young people are addicted to LOUD.

By itself, I might enjoy this track; but when I'm watching a video of a demonstration, I want to hear what people are saying... I like to feel like I'm there.

What is the point of showing a demo that you have to strain to hear?

Is the protest not inspiration enough?

Great Work!

Keep it growing & growing.