The 10th anniversary events brought Richard Gage, AIA, together with renowned 9/11 researchers, including Dr. David Ray Griffin, Dr. Steven Jones, and Dr. Neils Harrit

Written by Mike Cook
AE911 Truth

Wednesday, 28 September 2011

The past few years have seen profound advancements for the 9/11 Truth Movement generally and for us here at AE911Truth. We grow stronger with breakthroughs like the discovery of nanothermite in the WTC dust, the appearance of the Remember Building 7 campaign on Geraldo At Large , and the surprising success of our new 15 minute WTC 7 Documentary with Ed Asner, which has been viewed more than 500,000 times in just over a month. Even defenders of the official story, such as “Among the Truthers” author Jonathan Kay, have admitted that the calls for a new investigation are growing. Of course, informed psychological professionals such as those at American Behavioral Scientist disagree with Kay’s analysis of why the calls are growing.

We have now stepped across the 10th anniversary, and the increased public attention on 9/11/11 presented an unparalleled opportunity for us to break through to a tipping point, beyond which our efforts will hopefully become easier. Deep, positive changes could begin to reshape our world as a result of a real 9/11 investigation that accounts for the abundant physical and forensic evidence. We may not have reached that tipping point with this opportunity, but we do know that it will come, as sure as the dawn, and we will continue to do all we can to bring it about. Truth has no expiration date.

We have redoubled our efforts at this critical time and we are encouraging everyone to get involved and do what you can in your local area. We hope that you have promoted the events listed below through social media and have attended them wherever possible.

Regional premieres of “9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speaks Out” were presented all across the country and around the world over the last two weeks. Visit AE911Truth.org/ESO for information about screenings in your local area.