Examiner.com 9/11 articles by Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd - New avenues of research

Hi! Here is a recent series of Examiner.com articles on 9/11 that include new avenues of research.

You can find them at:

U.S. attorney or district attorney can prosecute Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld for murder on 9/11


Memo to U.S. Congress: prima facie evidence that Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld committed treason on 9/11


Scientist: Directed energy weapons turned World Trade Center into nanoparticles on 9/11


Secret DARPA time travel program may hold key to understanding the deep politics of 9/11


9/11 Truth & Reconciliation - Restorative Justice


In Light and cooperation, Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd

For the record

Webre is obviously either a crackpot or a disinformation agent, and hence is better left ignored.

I concur

I concur, and lean toward the latter explanation.

I prefer Hanlon's razor

"Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity."


The most heavily trafficked 9/11 truth site is publishing stories about time travel... and some people still wonder why the cause isn't taken seriously.

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Very disappointing

Do I think it's a reasonable excuse to dismiss 9/11 truth? Obviously not. But I don't control what the average person considers "reasonable" and I definitely won't be sending links to this site to anyone who isn't already fully onboard with the cause. Also, I've been working for 9/11 justice for 8 years and I'll "take issue" with whatever I feel concerns me. Some of us can multitask, so it's not an either-or situation.

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I'm "shitting on the floor of our house"? That's funny, I thought I was expressing my opinion in a fairly articulate and civil manner. I'll continue to do so whenever and wherever I see fit.

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Show "Vancouver Coop Radio interview on 9/11 and Quantum Access" by Peaceinspace

No evidence?

The supposed photo of him in 1863 isn't evidence because we don't know what Andrew D. Basiago looked like as a child, and we can't see a face anyway. That Kerrey mentions a 30 year conspiracy only implies that someone imagined it (simulated a possible future) 30 years ago, maybe during some moronic Rand Corporation brainstorming session.

I watched a TV series recently in which specific kids were kidnapped by a private military corp in the us and tortured for the purposes of mind control, as they could predict the outcome of events the conspirators wanted to stage. This left most of them insane.
The Pretender

I don't think Basiago can be telling the truth because I don't think reality behaves the way he thinks it does.


Many people reading will assume you are affiliated in some way as you are feeding them straw man troll food. And now I'm feeding you, etc. etc.

To be honest, I'm surprised this thread is still here, as this time travel story isn't based on real physics.

9/11 Truth movement memes vs. 9/11 debunkers memes

Hi! What I have discovered by posting links to my leading-edge 9/11 research articles in this forum, along with a link to a debunker's website (above) is that 9/11 Truth movement memes and 9/11 debunkers memes are identical.

The result is the stifling of open debate and discussion, especially in the areas of application of secret DARPA quantum access teleportation and time travel projects to 9/11.

If you read my articles at Examiner.com, you will note that I have now interviewed three (3) independent whistleblower eyewitnesses from DOD, U.S. military and DARPA quantum access teleportation and time travel projects, thereby establishing their reality by the legal laws of evidence.

On a good month, my Examoiner.com articles have 200,000 readers a month, all intelligent discerning individuals, who are not hidebound by the 9/11 Truth movement memes and 9/11 debunkers memes, I might add.

Rather than knee-jerk dismiss this post with more polarizing talk, I would suggest actually reading some of the articles in the fresh air of a country scene and washing the 9/11 Truth movement memes out of your neurons.

Check out my 5 BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill articles at Examiner.com, which draw many parallels to the false flag operation of 9/11. These articles are drawing kudos from major investigative reporters who are not shills as well as from the alternative

Your witch-hunts and agent-bating are projections of the memes.

In Light and cooperation, Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd