Milo is the host of Touch, a daily program from 5:00-6:00 PM Pacific on The Bridge, 95.1 FM in Guerneville. Milo has invited me (Brian Romanoff) to be a regular guest on his show to try to bring more light into the events of 9/11. I appreciate the opportunity and I hope you enjoy the show.
This week we discuss the big NIST lie of finding no evidence for explosions during the WTC collapse investigation.
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The World Trade Center Buildings were built to last. Plane impacts and fires alone could not have accounted for the destruction in New York at the WTC complex.
Activists from We Are Change London visited Kings Cross station on the 4th Anniversary of the London Bombings.
While giving out dvds and leaflets they meet a woman who claims to have been at Holborn station on July 7th 2005. Seconds after buying her ticket at 8.32am she explains that a station announcement requested that people leave the station due to a 'power surge'.
According to the official account the three simultaneous bombs exploded around 8:50am.
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Apparently this was broadcast on a local Dutch TV station, RTV Rijnmond on 9/11 this year.
I had not seen the entire interview, he gives a detailed account of his experience.
Here's an interesting eyewitness report about a large explosion at ground level right before the collapse of the North Tower. The witness is apparently a New Jersey musician.
"I'm not a conspiracy theorist; I don't go in for that junk. I'm very patriotic, and I believe in my elected officials -- I even write songs about them. But nothing said in the official (and largely unpublicised) story about the cause of the collapse of World Trade Center Seven jibes with what we witnessed that day. If the government story of the events at the Twin Towers have always seemed fishy and incomplete, I know damned well the few official accounts of the collapse of Building Seven are fishy and incomplete.
Just before the fall of the North Tower, we saw a large explosion coming from the street-level area around World Trade Center 7. I remember thinking that it looked distinctly like a bomb had been detonated underneath the city, and, of course, that's exactly what I thought had occurred.
Choking on the Ashes of the Dead
by Jeff Deeney
I woke up on the morning of September 11th before dawn, sweat drenched and badly shaken by a vivid nightmare about dying in a plane crash. In the dream I was at the end of an overseas night flight and was watching the light of land approaching with my nose pressed up against the glass portal of the window over one wing. The smooth hum of the jet's engines outside the fuselage was interrupted as the turbines began to sputter and choke. I saw the ocean's black waters rush towards me, whitecaps illuminated by the full moon's light, the ocean's churning surface glinting with reflections. My stomach hovered at the base of my throat while we plunged, and then the engines roared back into to life, the plane momentarily stabilizing and the force of forward propulsion slamming me backwards in my seat.