A simple action anyone can do

Are You Ready for the Next 9/11? Here's How to Take Action Now

This just crossed my screen: IS 21st AUGUST 2007 THE DATE OF THE NEXT 9/11 ???"

Talk about last-minute notice. I'm dropping everything to put up some Next 9/11 Action Labels on my site so activists can sticker them around now -- whether or not there is a false flag terror attack tomorrow.

The centerpiece is a bit of artwork with icons saying
CIA + 9/11 = DIY.
See it at http://www.waronfreedom.org/pix/xtra/label/cia911diyart.jpg.

Quickest will be to print out your own labels using this art and stick them in phone booths, public bathrooms, on bulletin boards etc. Insert this image into a document and print out labels using your own text. If you don't have adhesive label paper, use plain paper and clear tape.

For instance, with one line of text, "9/11 Was an Inside Job. Like 3/11, 7/7 & the Next One........"
You can write in the date when it happens on the dotted line.
Or 3 lines: "Remember 9/11 Was an Inside Job. Like 3/11, 7/7 -- and the Next One......... Don't Let Terrorists Take Away Your Freedom." (See www.waronfreedom.org/pix/xtra/label/cia911diyartext.jpg )

Reddit!

I just discovered Reddit, which is almost as popular as Digg.

Let's get this round up of credible people who question 9/11 on the front page:

Just vote this story up.

It takes only a second to register.

Letters to Left Gatekeepers

We should send letters to news outlets’ op-ed writers.

We should especially contact the so-called Left Gatekeepers, who have fallen into the lazy trap of not looking at evidence.

Below I provide a copy of a letter that I sent to Matt Taibbi who writes for Rolling Stone. Remember? He has written two pieces ridiculing the 9-11 Truth movement. But otherwise he seems like a nice and clear-thinking fellow.

I suggest that we start sending letters like this very regularly, to all news outlets and to any and all journalists who might read and respond. Repeat letters saying the same thing would be fine, in my opinion. The more the better, I say.

Notice that my goal in this email below is to help the fellow do his job. Such people want leads to good stories. Notice too the complete lack of thrusting accusation. I think that makes it more likely he will see the message and consider it.

If you too decide to follow suit, copy this verbatim if you like, or write your own -- or alter mine in any way you’d care to. I plan to send similar messages to Jarrett Murphy of Village Voice, Terry Allen of the Independent Media Institute, and Matthew Rothschild of the Progressive.