The truth is out there
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of Financial Times
Posted: June 10th, 2008
When Cynthia McKinney speaks the words of Martin Luther King Jr, they resound through the church with some of Kings cadence. A time comes, declares the former US congresswoman from Georgia, when silence is betrayal. Before the packed pews of the Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles, McKinney is speaking of the American governments war on its own people. The shock and awe phase of this conflict ... began on September 11 2001, when the Bush administration launched attacks on New York and Washington, or at least waved them through. According to a show of hands that February afternoon, several hundred people in the immaculate church believe this to be true. They had all come to hear the message of Architects, Engineers & Scientists for 9/11 Truth, one of the dozens of [9/11 truth] groups across the US. Last winter, Investigate 9/11 banners seemed to be popping up all over the place. Bill Clinton was heckled by truthers in Denver while campaigning for his wife. Country music star Willie Nelson ... described as naive the notion that the implosion of the Twin Towers was caused by crashing jets. Meanwhile the European Parliament screened the Italian documentary Zero, in which Gore Vidal, Italian playwright Dario Fo, and Italian MEP Giulietto Chiesa blame the US government, not al-Qaeda, for 9/11. The following month, Japanese MP Yukihisa Fujita raised his own doubts about the official story at a seminar in Sydney. A busy season for the 9/11 Truth movement.
Note: This extensive story in The Financial Times shows that the 9/11 movement is having a major impact. For a detailed two-page summary of many questions about what really happened on 9/11, click here.