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Russia’s 'Sputnik News' Ad about “Scientific Study Offers a Surprising Theory About 9/11 Twin Towers”

On October 19th, 2016 a block graphic “ad” appeared at OilPrice.com under “Trending News” stating: “Scientific Study Offers a Surprising Theory About 9/11 Twin Towers”. The block ad linked to a story authored by Russia’s Sputnik News. Sputnik Deutschland had conducted an interview with editors of Europhysics News about the article on the 9/11 building collapses. This ad is especially timely because tensions between the United States and Russia are high due to the Syrian conflict with many people speculating that we are close to World War 3.
Link to Sputnik News article - https://sputniknews.com/politics/201609201045523165-september11-terrorist-attack-controlled-demolition/

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Full Page 9/11 Truth Ad in Texas Newspaper

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A full page, full color, explosive 9/11 Truth advertisement ran in the Plano Star Courier starting the week of Sunday June 26th, 2016. The dimensions of the full page ad are the typical newspaper size of approximately 10” X 21”. The ad will certainly spark Independence Day fireworks in time for a hot, North Texas 4th of July.
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Viral "You are a Terrorist"-Ad tries to inform german population

I know this is in german, but i really like the tone of this small movie and shows the (hopefully!) current awaking in Germany for the topic.

Some weeks ago, the german government reached another step in control over the masses by officially introducing internet censorship. While a lot of other issues (like biometric ID passes, the right of the BKA (german FBI) to spy on computers connected to the internet via a trojan, the storing of internet and mobile phone traffic etc.) couldn't raise too much interest, the censorship of internet got huge over the last few month. This video picks up the hype by showing what we're actually up to: Everyone is a suspect, everyone is a terrorist now. The ad is based on a huge campaign started 2005 called "You are Germany" ("Du bist Deutschland"), which should spread positive energy around the country to do the right things as a German. Now, the population is slowly realizing what it's up to, so the ad is now translated to "You are a terrorist".

It's a pretty good text, pretty well spoken and well produced: