Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Investigate 9/11 Now!

This film, "9/11 Eyewitness" by the Blue Star Media Group is a telling and scientific deconstruction of the WTC collapse. It runs 1:44 and drags a bit in the beginning but picks up after the first 20 minutes.



This next video is just one minute long with a message about the Pentagon collapse.

4 comments:

Pandabonium said...

Thanks to Mike Ruppert, David Ray Griffin, and a few others who apply logic to known facts, OUR CASE IS ALREADY MADE - without the need prove the towers were demolished from within or what hit the Pentagon, etc. etc.

There is a danger in getting bogged down in arguments over physical evidence. I personally think it is a trap because they can argue endlessly about it. That is why the debunnking articles in Popular Science, Time, and now on ABC focus on physical evidence.

We need to keep pressing the known, established facts about 911 by hammering them with the questions they cannot answer.

Swim said...

More importantly, I think we need to get an impartial, independant, public investigation. Take something like the Warren Report with is basically what the 911 commission report was...its bias, edited and bullshit. This should be investigated like the crime it is.

Pandabonium said...

Of course it should. But we've got the goods on them without another investigation. What is in Crossing the Rubicon is plenty enough to try the bastards.

If all the meetings and films help awaken more people that is a good thing.

But when you start arguing physical evidence, just as with global warming they will hire their own experts and confuse the public.

What is needed IMHO is impeachment. ASAP.

Pandabonium said...

I'm not trying to be negative, just putting up caution signs about physical evidence.

Here is an interview of a representative of Popular Science (that did a debunking article on 911) with Charles Goyette- a Phoenix radio show.

It shows exactly the right way (I think) to handle the "debunker" argugments.

Popular Science gets slammed.

By the way, did you hear Bush talking about people who belive "conspiracy theories" are a source of terrorism? Jeeze Louise.