Today, the eleventh and final day of our campaign, we will be sending a fax to House Representatives Peter DeFazio and Diane Watson. Both of them appeared in the second WACLA video, shown here.
Both of them received this paper. Both showed an interest in it and both promised a response to it. They have had enough time. How about applying some pressure to get them to comment now. We've waited long enough. They promised to get back to us, so let's hold them to that promise. Let’s send them each a fax asking them to bring this evidence to the media, or at the very least, release a public statement on the nano-thermite paper regarding why they disagree with the findings in this paper. Either way, we want a response. Please take two minutes to send a fax their respective offices. You can use the sample letter provided below or write your own. As always a polite, respectful tone is preferable and you can send a free fax over the internet by going to www.faxzero.com.
Rep. DeFazio’s fax number: 202-225-0032
Rep. Watson’s fax number: 202-225-2422
Peter DeFazio and the Portland Nuke
By Captain Eric H. May
"Maybe the people who think there's a conspiracy out there are right."
Congressman Peter DeFazio, 7/20/07
About a quarter hour into my half hour interview with her Wednesday, Penny Dodge, chief of staff for Oregon's Congressman Peter DeFazio, asked me what a "false flag" attack was. I explained it in a few words.
A false flag attack is one in which you attack your own people, then blame it on a group of people you want to attack. It's a radical stratagem for instantly creating hatred, and it's common, historically speaking, all the way from ancient to modern times. For example:
*The Roman Emperor Nero burned Rome, then blamed it on emerging Christianity.
*The German Fuhrer Hitler burned the Reichstag, then blamed it on communist Jewry.
*The American President Bush demolished the World Trade Center, then blamed it on radical Islam.