The Complete 9/11 Timeline

Status Of www.historycommons.og

At this time, "it is not known when or if we'll be able to get the site back online." That, according to the owner of www.historycommons.org. It's a technical issue. In the meantime, you can still use the site, and here are the obsessive compulsive ways I have figured out how to do so...

First, go to www.archive.org. In the "Wayback Machine" type in www.historycommons.org

Then it will bring up a "calendar" of dates the site was "memorized" in the "Wayback Machine."

Scrolling to February 2018, and clicking on that gives a link to this version of the site...

https://web.archive.org/web/20180224034530/http://historycommons.org/

The problem is, you can not use "Search" on that site. So, what I've been doing is I click on "Timelines" at the top left of the screen, and then I click on the "Complete 9/11 Timeline," and that brings you here...

https://web.archive.org/web/20180127011151/http://www.historycommons.org/project.jsp?project=911_project

Since I am EXTREMELY familiar with the timeline, this may be a little easier for me, BUT... what I do is I click on "View all events for this timeline (7194)." That takes you to here...

Randi Rhodes & Paul Thompson Discuss ABC's "The Path To 9/11" - 9/12/2006

Not posting this to start an argument.

I firmly believe this is when we were our most "powerful" as a movement. We were still being ignored for the most part, the media and "debunkers" hadn't really had a chance yet to do their best to discredit us so we were still credible in MANY peoples eyes, Paul Thompson was still "the man," and a year later I wrote an article entitled "This Is Not The Controlled Demolition Movement" when we were being defined both from without and within as the movement that thinks the buildings were brought down in a "Controlled Demolition," and a "missile hit the Pentagon." Then, it was later terrorist sympathizers, holocaust denying murderers, anti-semites, and so on.

Another point can be made that "In Their Own Words: The Untold Stories Of The 9/11 Families" was released in late 2007, and that barely got any attention, both without and within the "9/11 Truth Movement."