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I spoke, along with Richard Gage, AIA, and Christopher Bollyn, at “The War on Islam: 9/11 Revisited, Uncovered and Exposed” last Saturday, February 18th, 10 a.m., Cobo Hall D in Detroit, Michigan. It was the Plenary Session of the Nation of Islam’s annual Saviors Day event. Over 4,000 people crowded the Cobo Center for this breakthrough event.
This was the first time that the three crucial rubrics for understanding 9/11 were brought together:
1) Historical context of false flags (yours truly)
2) Scientific proof that the three World Trade Center skyscrapers were explosively demolished — they didn’t just “fall down” from office fires (Richard Gage, AIA)
3) Israel and its agents played the lead role in orchestrating 9/11 (Christopher Bollyn)
As I wrote in the print edition of American Free Press (the article has not yet showed up on-line):
The fact that this, the biggest and boldest 9/11 truth event ever, took place now, in 2017, more than a decade and a half after the September 2001 tragedy, suggests that the issue is not going away. And for very good reason: All of the worst aspects of our present reality are pure products of 9/11: endless debilitating wars in the Muslim world; pervasive NSA surveillance of our lives and communications, with raw NSA data sent to Israel; a hobbled economy sapped by military spending; rampant Islamophobia and xenophobia; and a public beaten down by fear into a state of hopelessness, ignorance, and apathy. None of these problems can even be meaningfully addressed, much less solved, until we as a nation finally face a full reckoning with the truth of 9/11.
After giving my talk, I had to race to the airport to catch the first plane to Tehran, where I participated in the 6th International Conference in Support of the Palestinian Intifada. More on that soon.
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