So much space devoted to mindless, dismissive ridicule and hand-waving, so little time devoted to any kind of investigative journalism. If you're a glutton for punishment or just want a handy compilation of the corporate media's extreme bias and neglect of duty, this one's for you. More than thirty 10th anniversary hit pieces in one place...
With little regard for those family members who question the official account of the 9/11 attacks, mainstream media news outlets have published over 30 inaccurate, derogatory, and stereotyping hit pieces in the 2 weeks leading up to the tenth anniversary of the attacks. Among the articles there are many common themes, sources, logical fallacies and insults. The mainstream media has offered an unprecedented level of apparent bias against reasonable people invested in justice for the victims of 9/11.
The legal and political implications of 9/11 have turned scientific research in this area into a high stakes competition for the minds of the public. Pertinent information has been kept secret, the corporate media has systematically kept "damaging" information (such as video images of the World Trade Center Building 7) out of public view, 9/11 research has been marginalized, and the official investigations have failed to answer, or in many cases even address, the most troubling questions. One development that appears to be a tactic in the ongoing cover-up is the high profile promotion of transparently false theories, "straw men," the only purpose of which appears to be to allow the 9/11 Truth Movement to be ridiculed.
Pacifica Radio Broadcast
All 5 of Pacifica's stations, the Pacifica Radio Archives and Democracy Now will offer 9 hours of broadcast. Affiliate stations are also invited to simulcast via KU or Audioport stream.
Please find below the first draft of the schedule.
Broadcast airs September 11, 2011
Time: noon EST - 8pm EST (8 hours)
11am-7pm Central time
9am- 5pm Pacific time
9am - Democracy Now !
10am - Pacifica Archives - Reflections from the People
11am - KPFK - U.S. Impact on Foreign Policy in the aftermath of 911
12pm - WBAI - Casualties of 911 - The Loss of Civil Liberties
1pm - KPFT - From the Bible Belt - The Rise of the Religious Movement, Post 911
2pm - WPFW - The Pentagon: People Who Lived It and Still Unanswered Questions
3pm - KPFA - The Twin Towers Debate - 911 Commission Report
4pm - KPFA- The Twin Towers Debate - The Science
5pm - KPFA - Listener Call-Ins (nationwide)
A Pentecostal Perspective
Seeing life through the spirit with Rev. Ken Gurley
Have we already forgotten?
That was the first question that went through my mind after hearing the news that NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg had banned faith leaders from the upcoming 9/11 ceremony. Bloomberg has, over recent years, been decisively indecisive on the role of faith at this tragic site. He defended the display of the 20 foot tall cross standing in the midst of the debris of the Twin Towers. He also defended the right of the building of the mosque near Ground Zero. But, for this pivotal meeting, Bloomberg came up short.
For the tenth anniversary ceremony of this great national tragedy: A gaggle of politicians are welcome; but faith leaders are not. Bloomberg’s office defends this by saying that the focus this year will be on the families of the victims.
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|AE911Truth Blueprint Newsletter | Vol. XXIX | August 2011|
AE911Truth continues to ride the wave of media attention to the approaching 10th Anniversary of 9/11. Read about the Toronto Hearings and the inspiring Liberty Fest gathering where we will be speaking. Join us on the Pacifica radio network, the stage for the big debate with two physicists. Read about our featured high-rise architect, Les Young. Learn about NIST’s deception with the WTC steel testing. And who was Danny Jowenko? All right here – in The Blueprint.
Some of this has got to be seen to be believed. And no its not a joke.
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The organizers of the Toronto Hearings have received a large number of inquiries from people who want to attend the Hearings. As a result, we’re pleased to offer approximately 100 seats to members of the public to attend as non-participant audience members. Seats may be reserved for all 4 days of the Hearings for a donation of $200 per seat. Click here to make that donation and reserve your seats.
For those who are attending, various hotel accommodations are listed at the site as well.
Daily attendance at a lower cost may be available at a date closer to the event, depending on what seating remains available.
Since announcing the Hearings nearly one month ago, we have raised one-third of our $25,000 funding target. Work continues on finalization of the witness list and the panel.
We wish to thank everyone who has offered to help and all those who have expressed interest in attendance. Please check back with us for further updates.