Premiere of "Zero - An Investigation into 9/11" on Austrian National Public TV

Good News for 9/11 Truth in the Austrian airwaves! Austrian national public broadcasting TV station ORF (the equvalent to BBC or german ARD) will be showing the premiere of the german version of "Zero - An Investigation into 9/11" by the Italian member of EU parliament Giulietto Chiesa.

CLICK HERE for the website of Austrian ORF, showing all the info.

Time and date: Sunday, 06.September 2009 - 22:50 CET - the station is ORF2.

This is indeed good news of a decent amount of courage by journalists working in a public broadcasting station. Unlike the BBC or german ARD the Austrians seem to have a bit more balls concerning that topic. I am not sure if they even financed the translation of the film, since it will be a german dubbed version - which will be a TV premiere. The german title: "9/11 - WAS STECKT WIRKLICH DAHINTER?" ("9/11 - What's really behind it?").

German speaking 9/11 truth activists should thank the journalists for their courage. yuo can do that by sending feedback here:

cheers from Arnie's hometown!
the truth will prevail!

More 9/11 Fearmongering: "Huge New York Rehearsal for Next Terror Attack"

AFP: Monday May 17, 2009

"Huge New York Rehearsal for Next Terror Attack"

Hundreds of firefighters and police swarmed Ground Zero Sunday, the site where the World Trade Center once stood, in the largest security exercise here since the September 11, 2001 attacks.

As part of an elaborate dress rehearsal for a possible future terror strike, rescue workers exploded simulated bombs in a commuter train tunnel linking Manhattan to neighboring New Jersey, burrowed beneath the Hudson River.

"Full-scale exercises like today's give us an opportunity to practice how to integrate the vast response resources available in New York City and establish a command structure under the Citywide Incident Management System," said Joseph Bruno, commissioner at the city's Office of Emergency Management.

As the tunnel filled with smoke, scores of firefighters wearing oxygen masks practiced maneuvers to rescue some 700 to 800 passengers -- the number who might be expected to become stranded along the vital commuter line in the event of a real disaster.