Amid its launch of 425 advertising spots on New York television, Remember Building 7 – an advocacy campaign calling for a new investigation into the collapse of a third skyscraper on 9/11 – has released findings from a new poll it commissioned on what New Yorkers believe about that day. The poll shows meaningful levels of doubt and concern regarding the truth about what happened that day, with only 60 percent of New Yorkers ready to “move on”, and 48 percent in favor of opening a new investigation into the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7.
The 9/11 conspiracy movement, seemingly the most hopeless of causes when it emerged years ago, is still nibbling at the edges of the mainstream. Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, a seasoned conspiracist on this issue, has appeared on “The Larry King Show” on CNN casting doubts on conventional 9/11 thinking. In December, truTV will air […]
Nine-eleven has done more to change the world’s political landscape than any other event since World War II. And 9/11 is far from over: it triggered what Western leaders have declared an “endless” or “generational” war on terror. Even President Obama stated in March 2009 that the Afghan-Pakistan border region “has become the most dangerous […]
In this video, David Chandler examines what may be the sounds of explosions during the destruction of WTC Building 7. The evidence appears compelling and chilling. Chandler also explains the important point of how NIST sidestepped investigating explosions and explosives by “setting up an artificially high threshold of interest”. He points out that they ignored […]