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AE911Truth "The Blueprint" Bimonthly Newsletter - Mid-February 2011

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AE911Truth Blueprint Newsletter | Vol. XX | Mid-February 2011 
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Chris Mohr, supporter of the “natural collapse” theory, debates AE911Truth in Boulder March 6. Dick Gregory, famed civil rights activist and comedian, gives us deeper insight into his full support of AE911Truth. Steven Jones’ new DVD “Science & Society” hits the streets and our online store. Also, the freefall, symmetrical destruction of WTC 7 wins good coverage in the Foreign Policy Journal.

Contents
• Riveting two-hour “Trial” Radio Debate Prepares Mohr
     /Gage for Live March 6 Showdown at UC Boulder
• The Dream Lives On: Famed Civil Rights Activist Dick
     Gregory Joins Forces with AE911Truth
• February Fundraising Drive for An AE911Truth Publicist
• Definitive New DVD from Steven Jones
• A Scientific Theory of the WTC 7 Collapse
• Bill Moyers’ Attack on 9/11 Truth Exposes Defense
     Mechanisms in Full Force
• Los Angeles Conscious Life Expo Gets 9/11 Wake-Up Call
• Upcoming Action of the Month: Put AE911Truth DVDs
     in the Hands of Every A/E in Your Community

Foreign Policy Journal: Why the Fuss about Richard Falk's Alluding to Gaps in the Official 9/11 Story?

URL:  http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2011/01/28/why-the-fuss-the-call-to-arms-against-un-rapporteur-richard-falk-for-alluding-to-gaps-in-the-911-official-story/

Why the Fuss? The Call to Arms against UN Rapporteur Richard Falk for Alluding to Gaps in the 9/11 Official Story

 

by Elizabeth Woodworth

January 28, 2011

A former Princeton international law professor has been condemned by the UN Secretary General and the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations for alluding to “an apparent cover-up” of the events of September 11th, 2001.

Fujita's Defenders hit back hard at The Washington Post!

Hello all,

Here is a sample of what I've seen from 9/11 Truth Advocates defending the attack against Yukihisa Fujita by the editors of the Washington Post; see article here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/03/07/AR2010030702354.html?hpid=opinionsbox1

Firstly here is a brilliant letter to the editor at the WP from an Australian Russel Park-Miller. This is one of many I have been cc'd on from Australia alone;

The Editor
The Washington Post
Washington, USA

Dear Sir/Madam,

Re your article of 8 March 2010: "A Leading Japanese Politician Espouses 9/11 Fantasy".
I write to express my disgust at the rude, arrogant and ill informed, attack on Mr. Fujita in your shoddy article.

For the intelligentsia of the world it is very refreshing to see a politician, any politician, especially one from a highly advanced country like Japan, finally display the intestinal fortitude to come out and speak frankly and honestly against the official story of 9/11, which is so obviously a blatant lie propagated by a bunch of pathological miscreants with the unswerving support of the almost unanimously compliant (and consequently complicit) US media.

New York Times Misleads on Taliban Role in Opium Trade by Jeremy Hammond

New York Times Misleads on Taliban Role in Opium Trade

The New York Times and other major U.S. media sources commonly report on the production of opium in Afghanistan as though it were under the control of the Taliban. The facts on the ground, however, tell a different story. Who dominates the Afghan opium trade? Foreign Policy Journal investigates.

November 29, 2008

By Jeremy R. Hammond

The New York Times reported this week that the Taliban have cut back on poppy cultivation and is stockpiling opium, grossly overstating the group’s role in the Afghanistan drug trade.

“Afghanistan has produced so much opium in recent years,” the Times reported Thursday, “that the Taliban are cutting poppy cultivation and stockpiling raw opium in an effort to support prices and preserve a major source of financing for the insurgency, Antonio Maria Costa, the executive director of the United Nations drug office, says.”