Thursday, August 31, 2006

The 9/11 Days of Truth Shall Commence

As indicated in a previous post, from September 1-11, extra efforts will be made to share information about 9/11 with others to share the truth and expose the Official Deception. It is more important than ever to shed light on the truth of 9/11 to battle the massive lies and disinformation that have been repackaged and are currently being broadcast on virtually every major television and cable television network.

Some outreach strategies have been identified, a supply of deception dollars has been secured, and handouts will be copied and ready for distribution.

There are numerous local events and places where people gather in the Sacramento area; some options include:
  • Chalk it Up! at 15th/P Streets in Sacramento, get a square of sidewalk and design some 9/11 chalk art.
  • Old Sacramento-Gold Rush Days.
  • Farmers markets can be found in all areas of Sacramento on virtually every day of the week.
  • The Capitol, there are rallies taking place around the Capitol almost on a daily basis, not to mention a steady flow of tourists.
  • Any public sidewalk that is well traveled.
  • Those who are bold may opt to stroll through a mall or leave material on a car windshield.

These are just a few outreach ideas; if you would like to share some ideas, please post a comment.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

9/11 & American Empire Event in Berkeley

If you were not able to attend one of the 9/11 conferences this past June or were not able to see David Ray Griffin in Oakland earlier this year, now is your chance to attend a fantastic 9/11 event in Berkeley:

9/11 & American Empire: Intellectuals Speak Out
Sunday, September 24
7:00 PM
Martin Luther King Middle School
1781 Rose Street, Berkeley, CA
Tickets: $15 advance, $20 door

Event info:
Event sponsors: KPFA 94.1FM + Pacifica Radio, Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance, Interlink Publishing + Bay Area independent bookstores

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Don Paul and Jim Hoffman in Grass Valley on September 11, 2006

On the fifth anniversary of September 11th, authors and researchers Don Paul and Jim Hoffman will appear in Grass Valley to present their film 9/11 Guilt: The Proof is in Your Hands.

Monday, September 11, 2006, at 7:00PM
The Center For the Arts
314 West Main
Grass Valley, California
Admission: $5 for adults, $2 for students. No one will be turned away.
Discussion to follow film presentation.

Event sponsors: Veterans For Peace, Chapter 22, Auburn; Peace Center of Nevada County; Sacramento 9/11 Truth

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Gabriel Day to Appear on Sacramento Soapbox

Sacramento Soapbox will feature Gabriel Day, Outreach and Networking Coordinator of one the most important 9/11 truth websites,, along with local 9/11 truth activist David Kimball. This show will air live with call-ins.

Sacramento Access Channel 17
Monday, August 28, 2006
8-9 p.m.
Call-in number: 916-456-5182

The program will re-air:
Tuesday, August 29th at 11 a.m.
Wednesday, August 30th at 4 a.m.

Sunday, August 20, 2006

School Textbooks Reinforce 9/11 Lies and Racist Rhetoric

The August 17, 2006, edition of the Sacramento News and Review published an article about a local man who noted that his son's 9th grade world geography textbook included serious misinformation about 9/11 and reinforced the myth of the "war on terror" in the minds of our youth.

Note: In California, textbook adoption for history and social science (grades kindergarten through grade eight) takes place at the California Department of Education. For grades 9-12, textbooks are adopted at the local level.

Saturday, August 12, 2006

9/11 Days of Truth

The propagandists are in high gear trying to reinstill fear in the minds of the American public. As the Progressive Press states "The Fear Stops Here: 9/11 was Just an Inside Job."

Now is the time to make extra efforts to combat the new whirlwind of fear through an information campaign titled 9/11 Days of Truth. Every day should be a day of truth, but from September 1-11, 2006, we will make an extra effort to share the topic of 9/11 with others. Some outreach strategies will be posted at a later date.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Upcoming 9/11 Events

August 28, 2006, Gabriel Day ( and Arcata Peace Resource) will be interviewed on Sacramento Local Access Program Soapbox. He is tentatively scheduled to speak in Sacramento in October.

September 11, 2006, Don Paul and Jim Hoffman, will show their film 9/11 Guilt in Grass Valley.

Mid September, local activists will report back on two major 9/11 conferences held in June this year.

Additional details will be posted as they become available.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Newsweek Doublespeak

Newsweek's August 7, 2006, cover is devoted to Oliver Stone's new film World Trade Center. In true Orwellian fashion the cover states "the controversial director chooses courage over conspiracy." The article repeats several times that Stone is telling a "true story" from the perspectives of ordinary men and women on the ground, it goes further to note that if Stone has a theory regarding 9/11 he is keeping it to himself and throws in some unrelated phrases about capitalism and the new world order used entirely out of context. The article includes an insert that shows a brief history of "artistic responses" to 9/11, failing to make any mention of the 9/11 Truth Movement. Strangely enough, two pages after the cover article concludes, there is a brief article "How American Myths are Made" stating "Nations need a good story line to learn how to cope with their tragedies."

Another 9/11 Myth Film Hits Theatres August 9th

Oliver Stone's new film World Trade Center opened at theatres on August 9th. This is the second film in recent months to publicly reinforce the commonly held myths about what really happened on 9/11/2001.United 93, a film that came out earlier this year, served the same purpose by reinforcing the American Hero myth of the flight that allegedly crashed near Shanksville, PA. For an alternative perspective on UA 93, check out The Road to Shanksville video from Guerilla News Network.

CSPAN American Perspectives: Theories About September 11

On Saturday, July 29, 2006, CSPAN's program American Perspectives aired a two-hour segment filmed at the American Scholars Symposium held in Los Angeles June 24/25. The panel discussion, led by Alex Jones, features Webster Tarpley, James Fetzer, Stephen Jones, and Robert Bowman.

Rebuilding and Reposting

Due to a lame user error the blog will be reconstructed.