The Suppressed September 11th
This article will refer the reader to some compendiums of credible news reports concerning the attacks of 9/11. Most of these news stories were mentioned briefly, and then conspicuously forgotten about by news organizations, by purported investigators, and even by the general public.
The 9/11 B. S. Movement
We are drowning in DIS-information, that is deliberate gibberish passed off as a "9/11 conspiracy theory," which is intended to associate all of the 9/11 skeptics with "whack job" ideas about that day.
They have turned up the noise level in order to destroy the 9/11 Truth Movement.
Friday, June 22, 2007(1 comments)
Debating "Skeptic Magazine" on September 11th Issues
Their "skepticism" is reserved wholly for the skeptics of the US Government account of September 11th. Not a skeptical thought appears with regard to the contradictory positions the government has taken, not to its numerous omissions in investigating the attacks, nor in the obvious conflicts of interest by staffing the 9/11 Commission with Bush approved operatives.
Saturday, May 26, 2007(8 comments)
Al Gore Doesn't Accept the 9/11 Cover Up, So Why Do You?
Recent remarks by elected president Albert Gore reveal a serious distrust of the official 9/11 story. I wouldn't go so far as to call Gore a "truther," as he is a politician after all, but I will say that Gore is still looking for the truth.
Sunday, May 20, 2007(1 comments)
The Pakistani Smoking Gun of 9/11
Follow the money, no? Not this time.
Glaring evidence of a cover-up surrounding the financing of the September 11th attacks.
Do you really want to know?
The BBC's Premature Report on the Demise of WTC 7
The BBC actually reported WTC Building 7 as collapsed, when it is still standing in the window behind the reporter (20-25 minutes prematurely). The live feed ffom NY suddenly is cut minutes before the actual collapse/demolition. The current BBC World Editor has claimed that BBC no longer has the original footage, even as Google Video has immediately removed the clip for copyright reasons.