Ralph Schoenman

Zero: 9/11 - a review.

If Matt Taibbi had even one percent of Gore Vidal's intellectual grasp of American history, perhaps then it would make reading his presumed 'leftist' opinion about 9/11 a little easier to stomach. (I presume that Taibbi pitches from the left, because his screed is published at Alternet.org and AfterDowningStreet.org.) Fortunately, we don't need him. Gore Vidal is still among us, and it is his image and voice in the new Italian documentary 'Zero: an investigation into 9/11', that expresses a critical perspective of 9/11 that will ring true to the ears of those who will hear, and will help to free the prisoners currently living out the Allegory of the Cave, mesmerized by shadows of terror, cast upon the wall by the likes of yellow journalists like Taibbi.

Visibility 9-11 Welcomes Ralph Schoenman

This week Visibility 9-11 Welcomes to the program, author, radio talk show host, and long time activist Ralph Schoenman Long active in political life, Ralph Schoenman has been involved in international resistance to imperialism and active in the workers' movement in the United States.  The author of several books and publications, Ralph has written and lectured on the topics of the assassinations of President Kennedy and his brother, Malcom X, Martin Luther King, and the events of September 11th, 2001. 

Hijackers as Patsies

In the interest of clarity (and since certain others here have been unwilling to make the case), here is an exceptionally well done presentation by Ralph Schoenman about the problems with the official hijacker story. The title is misleading, as it's not about the "underlying politics" but more about the underlying operation.



I would double check the information before quoting it, and find multiple sources for corroboration.

300 true believers get their 9/11 ‘truth’ from BAI host at St. Mark’s

Source: http://www.thevillager.com/villager_205/300truebelieversget.html

Volume 76, Number 45 | April 4 - 10, 2007

300 true believers get their 9/11 ‘truth’ from BAI host at St. Mark’s

By Mary Reinholz

April Fools’ Day fell this spring on Palm Sunday and it was a solemn occasion at St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery. There, after Sunday services, some 300 apparent true believers packed the sanctuary in the early afternoon and heard politically charged conspiracy theories surrounding the fall of the World Trade Center five-and-a-half years ago.

Ralph Schoenman, the militant left-wing co-host of WBAI radio’s “Taking Aim” program, was the draw for the varied crowd of aging beatniks, East Village couples and singletons and assorted punk anarchists and antiwar activists in black T-shirts. They paid $8 apiece to be told that the tragic events of that day represented an “inside job” and “terror at the top” of the U.S. government.