Mark Stepnoski

NFL Great to Match Your BuildingWhat? Donations Through December 31

The BuildingWhat? campaign is pleased to announce beginning today, December 29, through December 31, NFL great Mark Stepnoski will match, up to $10,000, all donations made to the next TV ad campaign.

Thanks to the generosity of supporters across the globe, the BuildingWhat? campaign has raised almost $30,000 since the launch of the new fundraising drive on December 5. We are thrilled and grateful that two-time Superbowl champion Mark Stepnoski has so generously stepped forward to spur us toward the $50,000-milestone. Between now and the end of the year, Mark will match every dollar you donate; and just a reminder, every dollar you do give in 2010 will be fully tax-deductible when you file your taxes in the coming months!

To kick off the mini-fundraising drive, Mark will be appearing on the Alex Jones Show at 2pm Eastern on Wednesday, December 29. Please tune in to hear Mark talk about why he is supporting the campaign for a new Building 7 investigation. He will be joined by engineer and AE911Truth member Tony Szamboti, who recently appeared on Geraldo At Large and has been spearheading the effort in New York City to bring about a new investigation.

For more information on the next round of TV spots, click here. To donate, simply click below:

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We wish you the best in the New Year and thank you in advance for helping make 2011 what promises to be a breakthrough year!


The BuildingWhat? Team


New Shadowplay Trailer

Attendees of the Truth Now Tour and Conference will get to see the latest cut of this documentary, the evolution of which we have been following here:

Gillian Norman is working toward an international distribution later this year;

"Five years after the dogs of war slipped the leash - with more than 1.2 million dead in Iraq, countless millions maimed, homeless and hungry; Afghanistan a smouldering wreck of a nation seething in bitter resentment; a legacy of depleted uranium deforming the next generation and blowing it’s cancerous death sentence in the wind – our hard-earned tax dollars are still at work wreaking devastation and destruction.

But who really cares? As one observant Aussie put it: “Oh yeah, we all know 9/11 was an inside job, but we’re over that…” Sure, it doesn’t really matter – just as long as we’ve got cold stubbies in the esky, meat on the barbie and the footy on the telly. The facts of the 9/11 events don’t surprise many people I meet, though most prefer not to let the truth get in the way of the comfortable numbness of silent complicity.

Yet like the lone voice of the fearless child who laughed at the naked Emperor when the chattering herd were all praising his imaginary regal dress, an assorted rabble of persistent 9/11 Truthers, Sydney Truth Action, has held up this issue with the tenacity of a hungry dog with a bone. Taking the issue to the streets on the 11th of every month, in discussions on blogs and radio broadcasts this group of activists is part of a growing Australian movement of businessmen, academics, mums and students who are not afraid to stand for the truth.

Jack Blood Interviews Former Dallas Cowboy Mark Stepnoski (Nov 6th 2007)

Former Dallas Cowboy Tells It Like It Is: "I Suspected 9/11 Was A False Flag Attack From The Beginning"

By Jack Blood

November 6th, 2007

From Pat Tillman, to 911, to the Oklahoma City Bombings, Ron Paul
and Iraq...This legendary offensive lineman now blocks for the truth

Future NFL Hall of Famer, Mark Stepnoski, recently received some internet buzz for a ubiquitous article in the Erie Times News and his interview add-on supporting the 9-11 truth movement. On November 6, 2007 Jack Blood interviewed Mark Stepnoski about his beliefs on what happened that day, September 11, 2001, on his syndicated daily radio show, Deadline Live, on November 6, 2007.

Mark Stepnoski's pro career in the NFL was spent with the Dallas Cowboys (1989-1994, 1999-2000), and the Houston Oilers (1995-1998). Stepnoski won two Super Bowls while with the Cowboys and was a five time Pro Bowler, attending the game from 1992 through 1996. Also notable among his achievements are the contributions he made to help Emmitt Smith become the all time rushing champion of the NFL.