Winnipeg 9/11 Truth packs 3 events in 2 days!

All three advertised public 9/11 Truth events in Winnipeg were filled to capacity on May 29 & 30. Richard Gage, AIA, Architect, took a crowd of over 200 through a Power Point presentation of solid evidence that the collapses of WTC 1, 2 & 7 could only have been the result of controlled demolition. Media critic, author, and documentary producer Barrie Zwicker presented the case that the media have been negligent in reporting about the 9/11 Truth movement. Questions from the audience found answers from both speakers. Even campus police were in attendance, listening.

Next we rushed back downtown to the historic Hotel Fort Garry, where Mr. Gage would present again to an audience of 300 at the magnificent Provencher Ballroom. The audience included several architect and a smattering of engineers, as well as some police, firefighters, and various professionals. At the end of Mr. Gage's presentation he polled the audience to see who now believed in the controlled demolition theory; nearly everyone raised a hand. Upon all chairs at this and each event we laid manila envelopes containing a copy of the 9/11 Mysteries DVD plus the "11 Remarkable Facts About 9/11" flashcard, and a collection of print articles, including (former) Winnipeg Sun editor John Gleeson's well-known recent column, "Scholars debate 9/11 findings." The Hotel Fort Garry Audience also received a data CD containing the recently released WTC blueprints.

Barrie Zwicker played host to the next day's media panel at the Gas Station Theatre. Jim Sanders of Uptown Magazine, opinion writer Dallas Hansen, and veteran journalist-broadcaster Lesley Hughes all weighed in on the media's relative silence on the important issue of 9/11 Truth. It was a town hall-style meeting with open questions from the audience, followed with a performance by prog-rock band Antigravity Project.

Thanks to all who played a part in making these events a huge success!

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Awesome. Just awesome.

Great materials. Credible speakers. Outstanding. We should strive to do everything at this level of quality.

10 out of 10.

God Loves Winnipeg!

I don't know what they're putting in the water up there, but I wish we could get it for the whole of North America.

Keep up the awesome work. You guys inspire me.

Winnipeg is leading the way. I can't believe the support that is flowing forth from the Winnipeg Sun, City TV and Shaw communications.

You have restored my faith that at least a portion of our media is still free and can still think for itself.

Cheers to you.

God bless each and every one of you.

Much love to you and your families.