Well, it seems that mainstream media is finally growing a pair (for lack of a better phrase) and are finally getting the courage to write about the 9/11 Truth Movement and the questions we are asking. 1 of them is American (if you can believe that. I know, I'm having a hard time too) and the other is Norwegian.
First up is the extreamly brave Vanity Fair with their 4 page spread on 'Loose Change', it's creator and the movement itself. Click the pics for a readable image, which are thankfully provided by 911blogger.com.
Bravo Vanity Fair for having the courage to speak about this extreamly important issue. Here's a little message from Dylan (creator of 'Loose Change')...
There you go. Well done, Nancy.
Repost: Thanks to Nancy Jo Sales for having the courage to write this, and to her higher-ups for publishing it. Send her some love, would you?
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If you haven't seen 'Loose Change' yet, do so now. (CLICK HERE) It's a great start to the awakening process but, by no means, is it the be all and end all of the 9/11 Truth Movement.
In addition to the brave folk at Vanity Fair, Norway's "Aftenposten", (a mainstream newspaper) has published this article.
You can read a rough translation of the article by clicking here.
Perhaps these two pieces will help wake up our beloved CBC here in Canada. We shall see.
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