This post is in support of Alvin R who rightly pointed out a need for focus on specific goals by the truth movement. Alvin proposed directing the movements effort towards starting a reinvestigation of 9-11. His proposal was met with a lot of criticism by other bloggers, however much of the criticism validated the feasibility of embarking on an investigation by pointing out that a lot of important evidence actually exists already. The chief problem it turns out is that much of the evidence is not being entertained by the courts or the administration in the current political climate. This leaves the alternative, a Congressional investigation as a means to uncover the truth and identify the real perpetrators. I would like to add that an important, and perhaps initial goal of the investigation should be to publicly debunk and lay to rest the official conspiracy theory as embodied by the 9-11 Commission report. To get a Congressional investigation rolling I'd like to suggest the following actions:
1. Package the idea of an investigation so it can be shown to other members of the movement.
How convenient that Alberto Gonzales told the "truth" (supposedly) at the congressional hearing AFTER he was put under oath.
It's pretty funny that "protesters" sang Steam's "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" at the end.
And 50+ "I do not recall"'s.
It doesn't get any better than this. (except Wolfowitz's B.S. — and all of the others, and the future events to come that haven't come out yet)
"Democracy Now" with Amy Goodman covered this very well. (as usual)
When my paranoia kicks in, I can't help but wonder if the Virginia Tech shooting incident was an attempt to pull the media away from this. But it didn't last long enough. Perhaps someone miscalculated. Or perhaps it truly has no relationship.