Posts tagged “9/11”

Mark Crispin Miller signed. Why can’t you?

Mark Crispin Miller addresses the crowd at the NYC CAN March.
September 27, 2009


Mark Crispin Miller is professor of media studies at New York University. He is kind of a big deal in the deep thinking media world and his work is cited all over my Master’s thesis. Why do I mention this? Because he is not afraid to sign the 9-11 truth statement, just as no one should be. Check out his impassioned speech at the NYC CAN march above. NYC CAN is the organization I mentioned on September 11 that is pushing the ballot initiative in New York City for a new initial investigation into 9-11 (sign the petition supporting the initiative, only if you live in one of the five burroughs of NYC). It is about damn time.

It looks like there could be a ruling as to whether the ballot initiative can continue as early as tomorrow. Keep on truckin’, MCM!

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A joke and some beating of a dead horse

Eight years, zero answers. Yes, it is that time of year again. Time for me to beseech you to watch Loose Change (after the jump) and seek the truth. But first, the only 9/11 joke I’ve ever heard that I thought was funny:

Me: Knock, Knock!
You: Who’s There?
Me: 9/11.
You: 9/11 who?
Me: You said you’d never forget!

That came to me via my lovely sister and to her via our dear friend @beilts.

It is worth noting that it was announced yesterday that a referendum for a new 9/11 investigation will go before the voters of New York City this November. That is promising news, indeed.

Now, without further adieu, please join me after the jump for another viewing of one of two versions of Loose Change. While you are out and about in the world today, see if you can get some answers to the questions posed in this film. It would be most beneficial to our society. Thanks!
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If you want to remember today, watch Loose Change

I spent a bit of the morning watching what the msm has to offer on this horrible anniversary. Not surprisingly, I was unimpressed. You really have two choices: coverage of Hurricane Ike and old news coverage from 9/11/2001. MSNBC was literally playing their old news programs. After seven years, this is what passes as introspective reflection? Is this really the best we can do in this country? The answer is no.

Thankfully, we have Loose Change to consider. Loose Change 9/11 is a documentary that takes a broader look at what happened on 9/11/01 with a critical eye that remains unavailable to the msm. The run time is 130 minutes. You can watch it below or you can check it out at the Loose Change blog.

I don’t know the truth about what really happened on 9/11; few do. But we all know about the aftermath in this country and around the world. The fallout consumes many of the posts on this site. Loose Change asks many questions that demand answers from our government, questions the mainstream media doesn’t have the balls to ask and questions the government seems uninterested in answering. Isn’t that what journalism is all about? Asking tough questions until you get an answer? It should be.

Loose Change 9-11: Final Cut (130 min.)

Maybe today isn’t the right day for you to watch this film. I can understand that. Many have been affected by 9/11 in more personal ways than I. Even if today isn’t the day for you, you really should take the time to watch this important piece of independent journalism in the near future. The future of our republic just might depend on it.

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