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3rd Annual 9/11 Truth Film Festival @ Cine El Rey - McAllen, TX

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South Texas We Are Change will be accepting donations & selling treats for the FealGood Foundation this Sept. 11th. 2008, 7pm @ Cine El Rey (311 S. 17th st. in Mcallen,Tx) Accompanied by a Screening of “The 9/11 Chronicals Part 1-Truth Rising ” & “Fabled Enemies” sponsored by Weird Magazine.

The Primary mission of The FealGood Foundation, a non-profit organization, is to spread awareness and educate the public about the catastrophic health effects on 9/11 first responders, as well as to provide assistance to relieve these great heroes of the financial burdens placed on them over the last 7 Years.

All proceeds from the sale of these products (Cupcakes, Brownies, Cookies) go directly to the FealGood Foundation.

Leo Krayola
Founder of We Are Change South Texas

Out to expose

Here is the article about the upcoming 9/11 Truth Film Festival 2, written by Paige Lauren Deiner for the McAllen, TX newspaper, The Monitor (www.themonitor.com).

My Experience Attending the April 14-15, 2007 PNACitizen Event “Rebuilding America’s Senses"

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I wrote this article for the upcoming issue of Weird Magazine (http://www.weirdmagazine.com/), a publication distributed throughout the Rio Grande Valley (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande_Valley).

My Experience Attending the April 14-15, 2007 PNACitizen Event “Rebuilding America’s Senses: Exposing False-Flag Terrorism to Prevent a New 9/11"

By Eloy Gonzalez II

On Saturday, April 14, 2007, I and my 911 truth activist friend, Leo Krayola, drove to Austin, TX, to attend the Project for a New American Citizen (PNACitizen) sponsored event entitled “Rebuilding America’s Senses: Exposing False-Flag Terrorism to Prevent a New 9/11" (April 14-15, 2007).

It was a long but uneventful drive. We intended to get there early but due to some last minute financial difficulties, we got off to a late start. Fortunately, we had several 911 Visibility and Alex Jones radio presentations burned to CD which kept us company along the way.