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Canada's "Anti-terrorism" Bill C-51: University of Saskatchewan Presentation

There is an urgent need to respond to Prime Minister Harper's rushed "anti-terrorism" legislation as it will strip the liberties of countless Canadians. The following presentation by A. Zuberi, Director of the award-winning documentary 9/11 in the Academic Community , addresses this important issue confronting Canadians at the University of Saskatchewan.

Saying No to Bill C-51: Questioning the State as the Provider of Security

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The Silent Success of the "9/11 in the Academic Community" Documentary

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Canadian academic historian Michiel Horn has observed that as a rule, professors are milquetoasts. Here is documentary proof of Horn’s observation, on the subject of this century’s first great day of infamy. This film also documents exceptions to Horn’s rule: professors with guts enough to raise critical questions. Highly recommended, especially for provoking reasoned political discussion and debate.

Kenneth Westhues, Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology and Legal Studies, University of Waterloo
Member, Society for Academic Freedom and Scholarship

People can benefit from learning about the event which clearly changed not only American consciousness,
but that of the whole world. I believe this documentary should be shown as widely as possible.

Paul Almond, Officer of the Order of Canada
Award Winning Former Director of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
Member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts

www.911inAcademia.com

9/11 in the Academic Community - Documentary Preview

Coming this fall, “9/11 in the Academic Community,” a Winner of the University of Toronto Film Festival, is a unique film that documents academia's treatment of critical perspectives on 9/11 by exploring the taboo that shields the American government's narrative from scholarly examination. Through a powerful reflection on intellectual courage and the purpose of academia, the film aims at changing intellectual discourse on 9/11 and the War on Terror.

All efforts are being made to make this film available by this October. Please widely distribute the following video preview: Youtube Video Preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFzVKDdCa6s

Panel Conclusions of the Toronto Hearings and Documentary on 9/11 in Universities

On Tuesday, September 11, 2012, at the University of Toronto, Professors Richard B. Lee and Herb Jenkins, who served as Panelists at the Toronto Hearings on 9/11 at Ryerson University last year, will discuss their conclusions based on the presentations by several expert witnesses who argued that the official theory of 9/11 is false. The event is called "9/11: Are Our Universities Failing Us?".

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This is intended to be a major event for the general public for the 11th anniversary of 9/11. In noting that many of the expert witnesses at the Toronto Hearings were university professors and that the larger academic community has generally maintained critical perspectives of 9/11 outside of its curriculum and publications, the documentary, "9/11 in the Academic Community" is of particular importance and will be screened at this event.

UW 9/11 Research Group gives Nobel Laureate, Dr. Yuan Lee, WTC Thermite paper by Harrit et al

Tuesday June 16, 2009

Dr. Yuan T. Lee is a 1986 Chemistry Nobel Laureate.
After his public lecture, we briefly explained the findings of the "Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the World Trade Center Catastrophe" peer-reviewed paper and politely asked him to review it.

- One Professor at a Time -

University of Waterloo 9/11 Research Group
www.Waterloo911.ca

Campus Newspaper's article "9/11 Truth Movement Continues to Grow"

I am an older college student. The Texas A & M - Commerce campus newspaper, "The East Texan", asked me late one night if I could submit an article as a guest columnist. The article was due the next day. I pounded the keys till past midnight, giving the article to the Editor who was still at her post.

The paper printed the hard copy on September 25th, 2008 with the article in the middle of page 2. The online edition is now available. "9/11 truth movement continues to grow" Here it is: http://media.www.theeasttexan.com/media/storage/paper1164/news/2008/09/25/Opinion/911-Truth.Movement.Continues.To.Grow-345...

Anyone can place a comment. I welcome comments. It will give the article a long life. (Please do NOT start into esoteric stuff about the NWO or subjects that are way beyond the public's common understanding. Just simple, easy to grasp statements are best.)

[This may rub Robert Gates the wrong way. Gates is the current Secretary of Defense. After leaving the CIA (26 years), Gates became president of Texas A&M University. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Gates

An Aside:
A $10,000 9/11 CHALLENGE TO ARIZONA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

"The Record" Prints Fair Article for Kitchener-Waterloo 9/11 Event

9/11 theories subject of debate
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March 13, 2008
Tamsin McMahon
RECORD STAFF

WATERLOO

There was a time not long ago when holding a debate about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks was taboo, even among university students.

But nearly seven years after two planes felled the World Trade Center towers in New York, the University of Waterloo debating society is opening the door on the issue in a discussion next Wednesday.

While there now seems to be no shortage of scholars trying to debunk the U.S. government's conclusions about Sept. 11, debate organizers struggled to find someone willing to defend the official version of events contained in U.S. 9/11 Commission Report.

Students had hoped representatives from Popular Mechanics magazine would defend the government position, since the magazine issued a report challenging some Sept. 11 conspiracy theories. But the group couldn't afford the honorarium, said Adnan Zuberi, public relations manager of the debating society and a third-year math and physics student.