WeAreChange continues to confront and question those in power regarding the attacks of 9/11

Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post, gets confronted by WeAreChange about censoring Jesse Ventura’s 9/11 article.

Retired U.S. Army General Wesley Clark gets confronted by WeAreChange about the attacks of September 11th, 2001.

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Tom Brokaw gets asked by WeAreChange if he found the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 suspicious.

WeAreChange runs into Keith Olbermann and asks him if he has any advice for the 9/11 Truth movement.


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Check my math.....

If you have pre-planned wars, which Wesley Clark admits to, and then you have a Casus belli that dovetails into your plan slicker than crap through a goose; wouldn't that be just a little too convenient? Clark's comment to Luke Rudkowski, "because your question doesn't deserve answering," was like Clinton's "inside Job! How dare you." This is the same Bill Clinton who supposedly was "quoted by senior White House reporter Sarah McClendon in reply to why he wasn’t doing anything about UFO disclosure: 'Sarah, there’s a government inside the government, and I don’t control it.'"

But I am learning that there is a lot to be learned not from confrontation or searching for the esoteric truth from liars but from simply observing the mundane and the quotidian. Want to know what is going on in Iraq and Afghanistan? Don't ask the President or his opponents (did it even come up at the conventions?). Let's plan a trip there; you, me, the wife and the kids: and we'll do it today! Get your camera, your passport, and some shots. I always like to pack new underwear; it packs better and it is easier to go through customs. OK! Ready,steady, go! Wait! We forgot the most important thing: The State Department Travel Advisory. Let's start with Afghanistan:

June 27, 2012

The Department of State warns U.S. citizens against travel to Afghanistan. The security threat to all U.S. citizens in Afghanistan remains critical. This Travel Warning supersedes the Travel Warning for Afghanistan issued December 1, 2011, to remind U.S. citizens of ongoing security risks, including kidnapping and insurgent attacks.

Oh, come on! We can still go! Just leave the old ball and chain at home with the kids. I have been dying to get my hands on some good ole black tar heroin; wadda ya say?

No, well maybe Iraq is safer and I heard the roasted Masgouf is to die for and the conversion rate for the Dollar is over a thousand Dinars to one. I'll check the travel advisory. State Department Travel Advisory for Iraq:


August 09, 2012

The Department of State warns U.S. citizens against all but essential travel to Iraq given the security situation. Travel within Iraq remains dangerous. This Travel Warning replaces the Travel Warning dated January 19, 2012, to update information on security incidents and to remind U.S. citizens of ongoing security concerns for U.S. citizens in Iraq, including kidnapping and terrorist violence. The United States completed its withdrawal of military forces from Iraq as of December 31, 2011. The ability of the Embassy to respond to situations where U.S. citizens face difficulty, including arrests, is extremely limited.

Well, hell, I was dying to do something Biblical but it looks like the Garden of Eden is off. Well, Its either "see the USA in your Chevrolet....." but with the price of gas, I don't think so and if we go to the south of France then there goes the old college fund. How about a back yard picnic?

Sources for all travel advisories is Travel(dot)State(dot)Gov and as always substitute the parenthetical with a fresh period. You didn't think I was gonna hot link your ass into the Feds, did ya?

Huffington and the "Details"

"The simplest explanations are the best (?) like the JFK assassination, etc." No one would ever have heard of Huffington if she hadn't written an obsessively researched, detailed bio with lots of interviews about Maria Callas that sold like mad, so simple is not what made the book or the lady well-known. One reviewer even wrote,"And Arianna Stassinopoulos is no Kitty Kelly: everything seems very well-researched and reliable."
So for her to dismiss Luke for asking for a detailed investigation of Building 7 by ae9/11 for family members just shows her reaction for what it is.......not interested in the details (on a different subject that she rejected in her censored blog) that made her famous.

What is the Simplest Explanation, That Oswald Did It?

This needs to get out there: If you aren't researching what we used to call "current events" you don't know what is going on and of course your research needs to be careful. That is why I only follow a couple of things because a lot is involved in keeping up. Lets call the following O'Rourke's Law . This is pretty much correct as most of you will know: take a college course like Introduction to Psychological Systems and to comprehend this fairly simple course it takes about 3 credit hours (1 course) = 3 hours in class per week = 6-9 hours study time per week; that is a lot of study time for a fairly straight forward topic. So, when I hear crap like: "oh, that's been debunked in Popular Mechanics " I go apoplectic because I know that the speaker has not done the due diligence. Real life is a little different than college. Take the example of the Intro Psych course. The college course is an attempt to shape ones ability for critical thinking and at the same time inculcate in the student a modicum of knowledge that will impart the ability to be reasonably conversant in the subject. If you want a job in the field that requires even further study after college which entails a minimum of three years graduate study and a clinical practicum of some sort. See what I am getting at? You can't get your information from the news and there are no "glad hands" like that idiot Huffington suggests where a chimerical catch phrase like simpler is better will salve the wounds of ignorance. So O'Rourke's Law states that if you want to know what is going on, its not simple, you have to study your ass off. If we take the formula for hours to study per credit hour, simply put O'Rourke's Law states: you have to work your ass off for an indeterminate and f'ing long time. I have had a copy of Dark Alliance on my bookshelf for over a year. It promises to be an interesting read but I just can't get to it because of so many other things I am looking at.

Yeah, let's get that out there

O'Rourke's law: 'If you want to know what's going on, it's not simple, you have to study your ass off.'

Take that, Arianna!

Well, there's a ton of stuff I haven't read but am certain I should. It just so happens, though, that 'The Dark Alliance' is one of the things I have read. When you get around to it, I bet you'll be glad you did. It definitely made a difference for me, showing in clear, dramatic, and well-documented fashion just how much 'things aren't as they seem' where US foreign policy, law enforcement, and especially the major news media are concerned. It's one of the things that, having read it--somewhere between '99 and '01--made the truth about 9/11 easier for me to take, once I was exposed to it, than it likely otherwise would have been.

John Kerry Confronted on Building 7 "Controlled Fashion" Comment

John Kerry Confronted on Building 7 "Controlled Fashion" Comment

"conspiracy theories"

Luke should have asked Huffington, "Why if you are opposed to posting conspiracy theories do you post stories related to the Bush administration's original theory about the conspiracy behind the 9/11 attacks?"

Masterful interview of Ariana

I particularly liked Luke's question at the end where he asks what she thinks is the most important election issue. It showed he had enough respect for her to let her define the current situation without his readiness to counter her, politely as he earlier did. I wonder if Ariana knows who Luke is?

Here is an article Ariana put forth over 3 years ago, but is often overlooked by the truth movement.

It is by Melissa Rossi, a significant figure in her own right.


I don't agree with the questioner of Clark referring to any "cabal"

Oh goody, WAC strikes

Oh goody, WAC strikes again.

These obnoxious, disruptive morons are our worst nightmare.

Because yelling at people exactly like insane bums on the corner is really going to make a difference and endear our cause to the rest of the world.

EDIT: I know this is a non-constructive way of putting this, but these people are seriously ruining it for everyone and do nothing but foster the "raving conspiracy nutcase" stereotype. What they do takes balls, not courage. Every one of their videos is excruciatingly awkward to watch.

What exactly are they trying to accomplish, confronting people with condescending hostility and proceeding to scream like two year olds when they are ignored?

Are they "proving that people with power won't answer the hard questions," or are they proving that ranting like a toddler will be met with silence?

Criticism noted...

What are you doing that is more productive or effective. Have any examples to show us?

Actualy Luke is slowly learning.....

Actually Luke Rudowski is slowly learning that you can't bull-horn protest ala Alex Jones and be an objective journalist all at the same time; which is pretty good for on the fly self taught journalism. Would you prefer the polished stylisation of a "missing time journo?" By that I mean journalists who skip out on formal education and expect to be national spokes people. How in the hell is that supposed to work? Some are suddenly foisted on you and you don't know where they come from; like Brian Williams, an inside the beltway hack who is a college dropout. My guess, because he says he regrets his lack of education, is that he got some "on the job training" in the Carter White House. What do you think? Luke or Brian? Luke is learning....and Brian is entrenching. So, quit harping.

Kevin Smith on 9/11

Kevin Smith talks to Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange about his thoughts on 9/11.


Good Work WeAreChange

It is important to keep questioning and challenging the official "story" or lie.