September 2015 Actions of “North Texans for 9/11 Truth”

Since 2006, “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” has tenaciously worked on projects, events, actions and outreach throughout the North Texas Area and Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex, along with supporting many national 9/11 Truth campaigns. To date, “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” has given out more than 68,000 DVDs and literally tons of literature.

This September 2015, the “North Texans for 9/11 Truth Meetup Group” ( ) again performed a variety of actions to expose the 9/11 Cover-up which included an event designed to reach new people with more than 140 people attending, a successful Sign Wave, and also a far reaching Advertising Campaign.

A separate 911blogger entry contains details about our Advertising Campaign in more than 15 publications during the month of September, including the University of Texas at Arlington.
Be sure to view the comment section.

SIGN WAVE on Friday, September 11th 2015
On Preston Road just north of I-635 LBJ Freeway – One of the busiest streets in Dallas

Group members and even some people who were driving by helped with this Sign Wave. We had people posted with signs, banners and free DVDs/brochures along a stretch of Preston Road extending for about 200 yards. This provided a safe method in heavy traffic to display signs and also offer free DVDs and brochures. There were plenty of entry points into a parking lot so a person could pull in and grab DVDs. And cars were pulling in right and left keeping us extremely busy! A McDonalds drive-thru would be jealous. We also had people giving out DVDs through car windows near the stop lights when traffic was backed up.

Another great aspect with this action is the esprit, the high morale and opportunity to visit with like-minded people (both group members and those people in passing cars). Spirits were very high! It was like a “Sunday after church social” with lots of visiting and fun and joking around.

PHOTOS – We were so busy that we did not get the opportunity to take many photos. Also, 200 yards is a long stretch of road, and there is no one photo which could capture all the sign wavers along Preston Road at the same time.

JIM MARRS EVENT “Population Control” – September 5, 2015
Introduction by John B Wells
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“North Texans for 9/11 Truth” sponsored a hugely successful free event with over 140 attendees filling the room, then spilling into the hallways and other areas. Many of the attendees were not familiar with the 9/11 Cover-up. Our intent in sponsoring this event was to reach an audience of people concerned with health and the environment who may not be familiar with 9/11.

We “quietly”, but broadly and aggressively promoted this event in a number of creative, cost-effective ways. By “quietly”, we mean that we did not associate the 9/11 topic with the event. However, we gave out packets of free 9/11 DVDs and brochures to everyone attending the Jim Marrs Event. By design, at the end of Jim Marrs’ “Population Control” presentation, an audience member asked him about 9/11. Jim went right into a slide presentation on the topic.

SIDENOTE: A member of our group who has had a type of bone cancer for 6 years has personally told us of his success with GcMAF which he is currently taking.

Besides flyers, posters, 3 X 5 color cards, a few online ads, we became creative on our promotion utilizing a very successful concept which is already in place: Meetup Groups ( ).

We would like to encourage others to utilize this simple format. If anyone is wanting to start a local 9/11 Group this is the simplest method. All that an individual 9/11 Activist needs to do is just start it. People will find you. We also recommend that Ae911Truth start a Meetup Action Group nationwide.

Meetup Groups consume much less time than trying to build, maintain, and continuously update a website. Another disadvantage of a website is that you have to drive traffic to it, whereas with the traffic comes to you. People find you. The communication avenues, notifications, announcements, discussions, files, photos, event postings, membership, email list and “being spied upon, being censored or disrupted” are easy to control. After having built websites, “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” has found this to be the most viable method to keep our group running. We had noticed that very few people will religiously visit a webpage. With people become members, and by that virtue become connected with updates. (I should also mention that once a Meetup is started, it takes members willing to be responsible for taking the lead and the following effort towards an ACTION, an activity to help reach new people. Nothing happens unless someone steps up and makes it happen.)

Promotion of the Jim Marrs event: Our 9/11 Group Meetup members and members of other types of Meetups promoted the event on various meetup sites.

Also, individuals promoted the event online at a variety of places…

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“North Texans for 9/11 Truth Meetup Group” ( ) has a philosophy. Part of that philosophy entails that we want a better world. Many harmful deceptions are perpetrated upon the general public. We would like to make people more aware of these, and often we will help on endeavors such as opposing the fluoridation of the Dallas area public water supply or promoting more natural aspects to health. However, we understand that the 9/11 Cover-up is foundational. When that deception is exposed, it helps to lead an individual towards discovering the many other frauds.

William F Pepper said it best… (90 seconds)

Did these activities have any

Did these activities have any defined and measurable objectives?
For example, I see that the URL "" is shown often prominently. Did you define some target related to that website, such a a certain numerical increase in daily signatures to the ReThink911 petition?

Objectives. Marketing. Surveys.

Mike, the last paragraph above (and video) explain the PURPOSE of these actions.

noun: "the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists."
verb: "have as one's intention or objective."

No, we did not take any major "pointed" monitoring surveys for our marketing results on this September Campaign.
(In the past with some of my businesses, I would often perform marketing surveys to see how effective certain advertising and promotional aspects were. This way I could fine tune the costs of promotion.)

We have been using the "ReThink911" website, because it is an easy website to remember. It is a "one word" promotion. Easy for print. Easy for signs. Sticks with the "public mind" easily. It is a non-challenging, non-threatening mention of 9/11.
(However, I would like to see the website reworked into a much better format for new people. The way it is currently laid out is not conducive for a 30 second attention span of a new person. Some videos are missing. Videos need to be at the top of the page. The "News Stories" need to go to another webpage. "The Evidence" needs to be in red ink or better highlighted. So, it could be improved. But that takes time...from volunteers...and as a volunteer, I understand the time factor.)

However, I should state that we definitely do survey people by virtue of talking one-to-one with many, many, many thousands of people.
This is not an exaggeration. Over the years, we have had countless thousands of personal interactions with people about 9/11.
This gives us some insight on our marketing. EXAMPLE of lots of people -

One of the rules of marketing is to "repeat the message".
Just by virtue of people seeing things like "ReThink911" or any mention of 9/11, it can eventually prompt a person to look into it, or to take another look at the subject.
Long ago we recognized this important aspect when we were promoting an event. We realized, that even if the event did not have a good turn-out, we still achieved the objective of "repeating the message", of drawing a person's attention to 9/11. EXAMPLE: (radio ad at start of video) -
"Attracting attention and interest" is another rule of marketing.

Dissemination (definition)
"the act of spreading something, especially information, widely; circulation.

We have been at this tenaciously since 2006. By "tenacious" I mean we have not faltered in our PURPOSE. Each and every year has been full of actions, events and efforts to disseminate. We don't just sit around and "talk". We do something. One of the reasons that we post a few of our many actions here on 911blogger is to inspire other people and groups to "step up" and do something. Any truth action, big or small, helps humanity. On the inverse, a "No Action" essentially results in harming people.

A few hundred thousand people "9/11 Message" repeated

This is so cool!!
Think about it. All these middle class suburban families looking in their local paper for their kids' school activities and sports...
It is hard to miss. The 9/11 message is right there. (And this type of message is unusual for a suburban paper, so it will surely grab a few people's eyes).
We are proud of this campaign.
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Over 25% nationally...


I'm amazed at this level of activism. This is light years different from what is experienced elsewhere.

I urge you to patent and market whatever you folks are drinking down there.

I am laughing!

Great light-hearted humor! You will fit right in as a member!

Thank you

Inspiring examples of positive activism. We can all do all the research that we like, but without this kind of activism it is like a car without wheels.
These are the people who make the difference and get things moving, by getting off the couch and getting the message across face to face.
Thank you.

Excellent phrasing! Thanks!

I am going to plagiarize your quote gerrycan1 !
Excellent phrasing! Thanks!

A big objective of our group has always been to encourage other groups or individuals "to do things to get the word out", to interact and be visible. By being publicly visible it encourages others to be more active...many, many, many people know but often remain silent and non-active... ...and a snowball effect can be achieved as more and more people openly disseminate 9/11.