The work of the 9/11 Truth movement is exposed to millions on national media, who have NEVER heard of it.
You'd think that we'd want more of this. It can happen!
In Tod Fletcher’s post at 911blogger, he does a brilliant analysis of David Ray Griffin’s latest work, and how it focuses entirely on contradictory statements made by members of the Bush administration, government departments and agencies, and official bodies such as the 9/11 Commission.
On WeAreChange’s video blog at 911blogger, entitled, “WeAreCHANGE confronts Larry Silverstein 3/13/08” you see a stunning demand for true testimony from WTC lease holder Larry Silverstein on his conflicting statements regarding the collapse of World Trade Center 7 on 9/11/2001.
THE ABOVE "SHOULD BE" ON CORPORATE MEDIA !!!!
WHY ARE THESE NOT GETTING CORPORATE MEDIA (and mass public) ATTENTION? (Note: You can view every article as one long page if you sign up as an Advocate Member, or higher).
WHAT CAN WE DO TO GET IT?
Two weeks ago, 9/11 truth issues were aired on CBS National Radio, on nearly 200 radio stations across America, a courageous voice spoke, demanding answers to WTC 7’s collapse, the criminal destruction of WTC forensic debris, and the mysterious War Games held on 9/11 to enable a false flag attack on America.
That voice, breaking the corporate media blockade, was followed days later by Richard Gage, appearing on ABC corporate Radio in San Francisco, for nearly 30 minutes.
Listen to the below 4 minute audio clip of explosive national corporate media interview:
”The Shell Game" exposes HARD-RESEARCHED FACTS to millions on CBS about the 9/11 war games !
Download MP3 of (4 minute clip) of interview at:
For six long years we’ve all fought for a fair hearing of 9/11 issues on corporate media. In the last two weeks, two major breakthroughs occurred. Coincidence? Probably not. Corporate media hosts listen to other corporate media hosts. When something breaks the taboo, it enables others to break the taboo.
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