The 9/11 Propaganda Archive: How Scared Should You Be?

MEDIA ROOTS A pair of internet archivists who call themselves 'Neuro Linguistic Programming' have uploaded Part Two of US corporate media print publications from the immediate days and weeks following 9/11. The duo plans to post multiple full issues of Time and Newsweek as well as other timely magazines that are filled with blatant fearmongering and propaganda about terrorism.

Following 9/11, news media accelerated at an amazing rate, and most companies soon adopted internet versions of their paper or magazines. Before this was commonplace, many interesting pieces of information printed about that day most likely were never reprinted again–due to false information or just abandonment by the propagandists. As we know, many government narratives and unfounded claims about 9/11 were re-printed without any journalistic investigation.

Destruction Of CIA Interrogation Tapes

To me, withholding these tapes from the 9/11 Commission, and then destroying them is an obvious crime. However, this isn't the first piece of 9/11 evidence that has been destroyed. There were FAA tapes destroyed. According to Curt Weldon, as reported by AP, "a Pentagon employee was ordered to destroy documents that identified Mohamed Atta as a terrorist two years before the 2001 attacks."

I think the efforts by Zelikow, Kean, and Hamilton to badmouth the CIA are obviously an attempt at re-establishing any credibility they may have had, though, I don't see that as possible since they have none. I also think they are trying to make the CIA the "scapegoat" for 9/11. I do think the CIA should be investigated with regard to the attacks, but I certainly don't think we should stop with them (White House, NORAD, FAA, Secret Service, Pentagon, I'm looking in your direction).

Archivists work to save 9/11 history

Somebody should test the composition of the dust mask residue.


Archivists work to save 9/11 history

By AMY WESTFELDT, Associated Press Writer

Sat Apr 28, 2:30 PM ET

It started with a clogged dust mask that fell onto the desk of Jan Ramirez on the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2001. A friend had used the paper mask to breathe while fleeing downtown Manhattan as the air was filled with grit and smoke from the World Trade Center towers.

"That dust mask is going to be an important artifact some day," Ramirez recalled the friend telling her.

Today, the mask has become a museum piece, one small part of the largest records trove ever assembled to document a single event.

Millions of pieces of paper documenting government investigations, BlackBerry messages written by survivors as they fled, children's finger-paintings and family photographs are also part of the archive, preserved in many different places including state offices, museums and on the Internet.

Saving all things Sept. 11 was a mission embraced from the time of the attacks by professional archivists and grassroots collectors.

NY state officials decide which 9/11 records will be preserved

Fight to save story of 9/11 goes on
State officials try to resolve what WTC records and items can and should be preserved

By PAUL GRONDAHL, Staff writer
First published: Saturday, April 7, 2007

ALBANY -- More than five years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, archivists are still grappling with how and what to preserve of public records pertaining to the attacks and recovery efforts.

Officials with the State Archives and State Museum participated in a recent conference in New York City headlined by U.S. Archivist Allen Weinstein.

"Almost every state government agency was involved in some way with the response and recovery following the attacks," said State Archivist Christine Ward, who attended the conference.

While the State Archives has systems in place for preserving routine records of each state agency at automatic intervals, some files pertaining to their work after 9/11 don't fall into that category.

Please Help! 1,124 Ground Zero Hi-Res Pictures!

EDIT: added:
Gallery of best cut steel columns and pile.


I need help in figuring out how to upload and share these pictures on the web for all to view.

A guy I work with gave me 1GB worth, or 1124, of extremely Hi-res (about 90%) pictures from Ground Zero. His uncle worked for a clean up company and has been sitting on them for over a year. I've only had a chance to look at a few of these and they are breathtaking. The quality on about 90% of them is incredibly high.

I want to distribute them so that others can examine and research these to see if it helps our case.

If you have a way for me to upload these, please email asap..


p.s. if this is not the right spot to do this, please tell me where to post and/or move it for me!