9/11 Contradictions

Sandra Kay Daniels, teacher in the Florida classroom

In 9/11 Contradictions, David Ray Griffin discusses internal contradictions within the official story. Some of these contradictions I was not previously aware of, including the constantly changing testimony of Sandra Kay Daniels, the Florida classroom teacher. My review of DRG's book contains a paragraph which sums up DRG's research concisely:


Review of 9/11 Contradictions

I just submitted this review to Amazon. I'd like to submit it here; I'm not sure if there is a deliberate attempt to censor some damning reviews on Amazon, or just technical SNAFUs, but the last time I submitted a review there it never got published. It was a one-star review for "United 93," in which I accused the movie of being propaganda meant to reassure those who still believed the official story, and how NORAD has repeatedly changed its story, et cetera. Anyway, hopefully this review will show up there - and here!

Until reading DRG's latest book, I was not previously aware of the multiple stories put out by the Florida classroom teacher, Sandra Kay Daniels.

EDIT: My review is up on Amazon now. I guess I got past the neo-con censors this time. :D


25 Intolerable Contradictions: The Final Undoing of the Official 9/11 Story

25 Intolerable Contradictions: The Final Undoing of the Official 9/11 Story
Review of David Ray Griffin's book

by Elizabeth Woodworth - Global Research, March 17, 2008

A review of "9/11 Contradictions: An Open Letter to Congress and the Press," by Dr. David Ray Griffin. Interlink Publishing, March 2008. 368 p. List

At last there is a book about 9/11 that politicians and journalists can openly discuss without fear of being labeled "conspiracy theorists".

9/11 Contradictions advances no theories. It simply exposes 25 astonishing internal contradictions that will haunt the public story of this unparalleled event for all time.

Until now, the persistent and disturbing questions about the day that changed the world have confused and alienated journalists and politicians, because:

  1. The technical issues regarding the collapse of the towers, the failure of the military to intercept the flights, and the relatively minor damage to the Pentagon have been considered too complex for analysis in the media.

However, Griffin’s new book requires no technical expertise from the reader, because each readable chapter revolves around one simple internal contradiction inherent in the public story. "If Jones says ‘P’ and Smith says ‘Not P’, we can all recognize that something must be wrong, because both statements cannot be true."

  • Many who have doubted the official story have offered alternative theories which have been dismissed as "conspiracy theories" by a press which must understandably place a high value on its credibility.
  • However, this book offers no alternative theories to explain the contradictions within the public story. It simply presents the glaring contradictions that have never been probed by Congress or the media, and beseeches members of these institutions come to grips with the reality and lead the charge for a truly independent investigation.

  • The 9/11 issue is six years old, journalists are busy people, and the world has moved on.
  • Though six years have passed, this matter is by no means closed, nor is the trail cold. "The accepted story about 9/11 has been used to increase military spending, justify wars, restrict civil liberties, and exalt the executive branch of the government." Indeed, this reviewer notes, the public story has recently been challenged in foreign forums (Japan Parliament, January 10, 2008, and at the European Parliament building in Brussels, February 26, 2008). The 9/11 Commissioners themselves have cast doubt on the credibility of the Commission Report in their January 2, 2008 New York Times article, "Stonewalled by the CIA." (Ref. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/02/opinion/02kean.html)


    Shell Game * Oil * Griffin * ReGen * SolarFest

    Flyby News Notes -
    Editor - Jonathan Mark - www.FlybyNews.com
    March 16, 2008 - Shell Game * Oil * Griffin * ReGen * SolarFest

    "The difference between genius and
    stupidity is that genius has its limits."

    -- Albert Einstein

    1) Shell Game potential & Griffin 9/11 Contradictions
    - - Retaking the moment, The Shell Game potential
    - - Why Steve Alten is Winning the Shell Game Debate
    - - In Honor of Anthony and Mary Guarisco
    - - Cost of Freedom tour/Day 5/Waco by Mike Palecek
    - - Griffin Takes Powerful New Approach to 9/11 Truth
    2) World Oil Food Crisis and Worst Places to Vote
    - - The Fading of the Oil Economy
    - - Rules of Engagement ‘Thrown out the Window’ US Occupation
    - - Food Crisis Will Take Hold Before Climate Change, Warns Chief Scientist
    - - Best and Worst Places to Vote – Ohio 2008
    3) ReGens Stirling idea: Power from waste heat
    - - Clothesline Rule Creates Flap In New England States
    - - SolarFest 2008 Vermont – July 11, 12, 13

    Editor’s Notes:

    DRG addresses audience at the European Parliament - 2/26/2008

    CORRECTION: Griffin is addressing an audience at the Parliament, in an evening session. The audience consists of the public, and a few Parliamentarians.

    Full video: http://video.google.de/videoplay?docid=7445142317148303120

    Part 1

    Part 2

    Griffin Takes Powerful New Approach to 9/11 Truth

    9/11 CONTRADICTIONS by David Ray Griffin is the fifth of his books to examine the official account of the events of September 11, 2001. This brilliant and highly readable book takes a new yet simple approach to the truth about 9/11. It focuses entirely on contradictory statements made by members of the Bush administration, government departments and agencies, and official bodies such as the 9/11 Commission. All the statements that Griffin examines are official claims in direct conflict with other official claims. How could this be? Why would the government keep changing "the official story"? The public, of course, is expected to take all the statements as incontrovertibly true, yet they directly conflict with one another.

    9/11 Contradictions: Bush in the Classroom by David Ray Griffin

    9/11 Contradictions: Bush in the Classroom

    DRG has a new book coming out "9/11 Contradictions". I hope in this one he no longer promotes the "no plane at the Pentagon" theory, or at least acknowledges that it's controversial and not accepted by most people that question the official story. This article in The Canadian is the first in a series, very intelligent analysis of the Secret Service violations of standard procedure in Sarasota.

    "The Secret Service’s failure to hustle Bush away seemed even stranger in light of the reports that Vice President Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice, and several congressional leaders were quickly taken to safe locations. Should not protecting President Bush have been an even higher priority? As Susan Taylor Martin of the St. Petersburg Times put it on July 4, 2004: "One of the many unanswered questions about that day is why the Secret Service did not immediately hustle Bush to a secure location, as it apparently did with Vice President Dick Cheney."