Letters to the Portland Phoenix editor, September 30, 2011
"Deirdre Fulton believes the truth is out there," eh? Thank you for your Portland Phoenix piece on 9/11 truth (see "Inside the 9/11 Truth Movement," by Deirdre Fulton, September 9). Actually, even though 9/11 is a very complex topic and 9/11 truth itself could be the subject of very long studies, the essential fundamental message of 9/11 is very simple. It starts with an affirmation of the official narrative and a quick demonstration by contradiction of an inconsistency that dwarfs the story itself. (More at 911censorship.com.) It finishes with another epistemological question, namely how so many leaders appear to work against their vested interests when it comes to 9/11.
Since your article refrained from ridiculing and demonizing 9/11 truth-seekers, you may have offended very powerful and less-than-nice people. There is a distinct possibility that in the near future you will be made to understand that you made a big mistake and that you will find good reasons to promise to not repeat it. More information is available in the advanced web, at global-platonic-theater.com, on the 9/11 essentials.
Costa Mesa, California
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