There’s Nothing I Can Do About It . . . or Is There?
HOWEVER, almost as many shrug and give me comments along the lines of “it doesn’t matter what I do.”
Let me tell you a story about what one person can do. A few months after 9/11 I began to learn a lot about the failures of the US Air Force and FAA to do their job on 9/11 while four commercial jet liners flew over the most protected airspace in the human history crashing planes into buildings; US Army training of the alleged hijackers; insider stock trades against American and United Airlines the day before 9/11 by a CIA connected financial institution; etc. etc.
I began collecting emails for every fire department and firemen's union, all their officers, etc. etc. and emailing these 9/11 questions out to firemen across the US, Canada, and beyond.
One day a woman stopped and joined me. Then another woman, I’d never met, joined me. Today one of those women is the executive director of 911Truth.org.
Together we invited 9/11 widow Ellen Mariani and her attorney Phil Berg (former Deputy Atty. General of Pennsylvania) to speak at four churches in Kansas City on their lawsuit accusing members of the Bush admin. with complicity in the 9/11 attacks, under a RICO racketeering lawsuit. We were covered by all the major media that day, and spoke at several churches including an event with nearly 1,000 attendees. The Kansas City police said they’d monitored our website, and saw so much activity that they sent a police escort to follow us all day long.
I also began emailing 9/11 facts out. One day I woke up to several hundred emails from angry Canadians wanting more information about 9/11, because they’d read my email address in a major Canadian newspaper regarding 9/11 as an inside job. The Canadian’s weren’t angry at me, they were angry that the US government had lied them into sacrificing their brothers, sons, and fathers into a war in Afghanistan.
With these email addresses, which I collected, I began sending out “9/11 truth action alerts” via email. My list grew to thousands, and many of them had lists which reached perhaps hundreds of thousands of others. We began sending out 9/11 truth facts along with email addresses to thousands of media contacts worldwide, encouraging all to email the media demanding 9/11 questions be asked and answered. One day I got an email from an Australian newspaper begging to be taken off the media list, because they were getting hammered by emails from people worldwide demanding they investigate 9/11.
We began sending out 9/11 truth facts to everyone we knew with a list of every United Nations permanent mission for every country in the world. A few days later when Bush addressed the UN to sell his endless war on terror, one of the first things he said to the UN members, was, “don’t believe these outrageous conspiracy theories.” Ashcroft warned us after 9/11 they’d be reading our emails. Apparently he wasn’t lying.
Because of my emails, etc., a Seattle peace group invited me to speak on 9/11 in Seattle. I flew up and spoke. There I met a man who’s birthday was on 9/11, and because of that, after the attacks he smelled that the US would use that date as a war propaganda tool, so he bought up a bunch of urls related to his birthday, including www.Septembereleventh.org.
The accomplishments of these groups would take a whole book to describe, but among them were creating 9/11 truth flyers, which groups across the US and Europe printed and distributed at showing of “Fahrenheit 9/11” in hundreds of theatres.
We also raised funds, and with them we printed “Stop the 9/11 Cover Up” signs and distributed thousands of them to several cities including New York and San Francisco for the big anti-war protests before the war. All of the signs were easily passed out to anti-war activists hungry for 9/11 truth, and they were photographed and seen on the front page of major newspapers including NY Newsday and the Los Angeles Times. A camera man for Ted Koppels Nightline shot the signs in the center of his camera shot filling the entire TV screen with “Stop the 9/11 Cover Up.”