9/11: A Conspiracy Theory
Only 9/11 Truth Can Smash The 9/11 Lies
by James Corbett on September 11, 2016
15 years. 15 long years, unfolding with the inevitability of a horror film.
The PATRIOT Act.
The Department of Homeland Security.
The NSA panopticon.
The militarization of Police State USA.
The occupation of Afghanistan.
The ongoing war in Iraq.
The continuing disintegration of the Middle East in line with the neocon’s long-term plans.
All of this, and so much more, is all justified by the grandstanding politicians and their mouthpiece media by the events of 9/11, “the day that changed everything.”
9/11 is a blank check for the sociopaths to further the technocratic control grid and to wage war in whichever square of the chessboard they place their terrorist boogeymen. And there is only one way to cancel that check: 9/11 truth.
Yes, you know that 9/11 was not the work of 19 men with box cutters. But your friends and coworkers don’t. And maybe you can’t paint the picture for them yourself. But there are plenty of ways to help explain it to people.
Fourteen suburban newspapers in the Dallas/Ft Worth area contain online 9/11 Truth Ads which are running for three months. The 14 papers have a combined readership above 243,000.
There are a total of four ads comprised of animated graphics which link to YouTube videos. The individual ads randomly rotate to each of the 14 suburban newspapers.
Two Major Newspaper Advertising Campaigns in the Dallas - Ft Worth Area
*NOTE: Some advertising links may only be active for one week, especially the “linked animated boxes”.
For this September, 2015, ”North Texans for 9/11 Truth” ( http://www.meetup.com/9-11-249/ ) has been extremely busy with organizing events and actions.
Two of the many actions and events are presented in this article, “Two Major Newspaper Advertising Campaigns in the Dallas - Ft Worth Area”.
The University of Texas at Arlington and its School of Architecture Campaign.
”North Texans for 9/11 Truth” has been waging a campaign for years, and will continue to wage this campaign which targets a very large School of Architecture in North Texas.