To The Editor:
This July 4 has brought some great news from Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth and from my perspective the excitement is growing. It has been a dozen years since Sept. 11, 2001, a dozen years where the government has refused to thoroughly investigate the collapse of three high-rise buildings at the World Trade Center Sept. 11, 2001. That is about to change with the beginning of a massive advertising campaign in more than a dozen cities worldwide.
Later this year (approximately September) there is going to be a massive advertising campaign in such cities as New York, London, Washington, D.C., Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Vancouver, Toronto, Sydney and others asking the question: Did you know a third tower (a 47-story high rise) also fell in New York City 9/11? Surveys today still show that many people are unaware of the free fall collapse of this 47-story high-rise building at the World Trade Center on the afternoon of 9/11.
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is responsible for this campaign, which is costing over $1 million and will reach millions of people worldwide. Thousands of professional engineers, architects, material specialists, explosive specialists and others have proven beyond any shadow of doubt that the airplanes hitting the twin towers or the resultant fires could not have caused the collapse of any of these buildings. They have also proven that the NIST report is full of untruths, incomplete investigations, and suppression of evidence that needs to be fully investigated.
Throughout history covert actions by governments have been a way to accomplish their objectives. Espionage, coverups, intentional misleading propaganda and outright lies are all designed to mislead the general public and get them not only to believe what they are told, but to convince them to not even question the validity of their actions. Are you willing to accept the coverup of 9/11 or would you like to know the truth?
We will be showing a video documenting the collapse of these three high-rise buildings at the Show-Me Dance Studio in Pacific. The first showing will be July 13 at 7 p.m. Further showings will be scheduled for late July and early August. For information or to reserve a space give us a call at 636-357-8770.