Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Listen 7:00- 8:00 pm (PST) to the WeThePeopleRadioNetwork.com and to our guest in the first hour- Dr. Robert Bowman
Listen 8:00- 9:00 pm (PST) to the WeThePeopleRadioNetwork.com and to our guests in the second hour- Women Veterans, Kelly Dougherty, and Sharon Kufeldt.
Dr. Robert Bowman is a Lt. Col., USAF, ret. He directed all DoD “Star Wars” programs under presidents Ford and Carter, and he retired as Presiding Archbishop of the United Catholic Church. His Ph.D. is in Aeronautics & Nuclear Engineering from Cal Tech. He has lectured at the National War College, the United Nations, the Academies of Science of six nations, and the House of Lords. He ran for Congress in 2006, and was one of the few 9/11 Truth candidates. Currently, he is on a 2007 Patriots Tour.
Dr. Bowman’s mission is to educate the public on the critical issues facing this country. He explains why we need a government that (1) Follows the Constitution, (2) Honors the Truth, and (3) Serves the People.
“Think what a difference that would make! No more imperial presidency. No more undeclared wars of aggression. No more spying on the American people. No more jailing of dissidents. No more corporations importing and exploiting millions of illegal immigrants to drive down wages. No more exporting of jobs. No more NAFTA. No more North American Union. No more government lies, false-flag attacks, and cover-ups. No more corporate welfare. No more health plans written by insurance companies and pharmaceutical manufacturers. No more energy policies written by Exxon and Enron. No more trillions in debt."
Dr. Bowman will be speaking in the San Francisco Bay Area June 10th- 15th in Oakland, Campbell, Monterey, Santa Cruz and Marin. He will also be participating in local 9/11 Truth and Impeachment actions on June 11th, the monthly Day of 9/11 Truth Action in San Francisco, and on June 13th in Palo Alto at the monthly Impeachment Rally, where he will be a recipient of a Heroic Citizens for 9/11 Truth Award.
Listen 8:00- 9:00 pm (PST) to the WeThePeopleRadioNetwork.com and to our guests in the second hour- Women Veterans, Kelly Dougherty, and Sharon Kufeldt.
Kelly Dougherty is a co-founder of Iraq Veterans Against the War and the current chair person of the board of directors.
She is an eight-year veteran of the Colorado National Guard where she served as both a medic and military police and was deployed to the Balkans and Iraq.
Sharon Kufeldt is the national vice-president of Veterans for Peace. She enlisted and served in the US Air Force during the Vietnam War. She has also served as Commander of American Legion Post #315 in San Francisco. As the daughter of a combat marine from two wars, she is aware of the generational nature of PTSD. Educated as a Cultural Anthropologist and trained as both a minister and a multi-modality healer. Her life's work includes developing healing modalities for body/mind/emotional/spiritual post trauma recovery. She has worked with veterans and other survivors of trauma and sexual trauma in her private practice in Palo Alto, California.
Each of our guests has a unique history, perspective, and message to get out to the public. If you have questions for them, please email, or phone in to the show at 512-646-1984 or 888-202-1984.
Tuesday, May 22, 2007
May 28th - 9/11, Canada, New World Order show with Wayne Prante & Bev Collins, 9/11 Film Show with Raul Cross, producer of "Severe Visibility"
Listen 7:00- 8:00 pm (PST) to the WeThePeopleRadioNetwork.com and to our guests in the first hour- Wayne Prante and Bev Collins discussing 9/11, Canada and the New World Order.
Listen 8:00- 9:00 pm (PST)to the
WeThePeopleRadioNetwork.com and to our guest in the second hour- Paul Cross discussing his new 9/11 film- Severe Visibility.
First Hour- 7-8 pm
Wayne Prante is the spokesperson for the Vancouver 9/11 Truth Society that is organizing the next major 9/11 Truth Conference entitled 9/11, Canada and the New World Order – Reclaiming Our Destiny.
Wayne was born and raised in Vancouver, BC., but also sent 10 years in Europe. He and holds an Associate's degree in Criminology and a Certificate in Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement. He has worked within the Criminal Justice System in Canada, as well in private security and investigations. Wayne was a previous candidate for the Canadian Action Party in the 2005 federal election and is presently very active in the Vancouver 9/11 Truth Society, of which he is a founding member, and is now devoting most of his time to 9/11 issues.
In November 2006 he was asked to study the feasibility of hosting a 9/11 Truth conference in Vancouver and subsequently nominated to be the 9/11 Truth Conference planner and coordinator. This has since become a virtual full-time volunteer position. He has been investigating the official narrative of 9/11 since early 2002 and has come to the conclusion that, there has been a massive cover up of the evidence of what really transpired on September 11th 2001; that the official story is impossible, and that the War on Terror is a farce. Moreover, he concludes that it is really a war on freedom, on democracy and national sovereignty with the 9/11 lie as the justification. He considers himself is one of millions in a worldwide movement calling for a new, fair and impartial investigation into the 9/11 attacks.
The conference that he and his colleagues are organizing will focus not only on what happened on September 11th but also on what has been done since, including Canada's response to 9/11 and what Canadians can do to raise public awareness and to begin to put 9/11 onto the political agenda in his country.
The aim of 9/11 Truth, as he and his group see it, is not to solve the crime, but rather to prove that the official story is a fraud. Wayne says, while there are hundreds of anomalies in the story, it is unnecessary to investigate every rabbit hole, nor is it our collective duty to say exactly how the attacks occurred, nor to prove exactly who was ultimately behind it. The goal, he feels, should be to expose those facts which most easily prove the fraud. Determining who had the opportunity, the means, the motives, how the crime was perpetrated, who benefited, and who was ultimately responsible should be the job of a new, independent investigative panel. He feels too much time and energy is presently wasted on discussing various 'theories' (which may or may not have validity) and that this is simply dividing the movement, which only aids those who are responsible. 9/11 Truthers, he says, need to put their egos aside, get on the same page, and put the best evidence forward that will lead to a full, open investigation and justice for the victims, survivors, and their families - and for all of the atrocities committed since that day.
Bev Collins is president of the Canadian Action Party. She is a former businesswoman from Ottawa. She sold vacuum scientific equipment to different federal government departments and industry and eventually owned her own scientific company. Bev relocated to the Kootenays in 1991 and first became involved in politics running for the National Party of Canada in the 1993 federal election. In 1997, Bev joined the Canadian Action Party and has run in four federal elections for them, with 2 elections in the Kootenays and the last two elections in the Cariboo Prince George riding. Bev was elected to President of CAP in February 2007.
Bev is a writer, speaker and former radio show host/guest, and has traveled throughout North America talking about NAFTA, Quebec secession and other federal issues.
The Canadian Action Party is a pro-Canadian party dedicated to the principle that Canada can best serve its citizens and the world by re-claiming and maintaining its political and economic sovereignty as an independent country.
It is opposed to the ascendancy of "corporate rule" and those aspects of unrestricted global investment that promote colonization of the world’s smaller powers and in Canada’s case its absorption by the United States of America. The Canadian Action Party is committed to the view that human dignity is the underlying principle of a democratic society and that the purpose of political organization is to guarantee equal opportunity in order to give full expression to that dignity. The Canadian Action Party subscribes to the fundamental rights and freedoms of all persons and equality under the law and commits The Canadian Action Party recognizes the responsibility of the state to provide certain essential services for its citizens. To assist in this regard the Canadian Action Party will reform the banking system and use the Bank of Canada creatively in order to provide the fiscal flexibility essential to this end. The Party has bravely spoken out on what are considered taboo topics- monetary reform, the North American Union and 9/11.
Second Hour- 8-9 pm
Paul Cross produced the feature film Severe Visibility.
The synopsis of the film:
The film centers around a major in the US. military who was in the Pentagon on September 11, 2001 and ideally situated to observe the attack. However, he did not see a Boeing 757 strike the Pentagon and the film is about his obsession with the question "How could he have not seen Flight 77?" His dicovery reveals a devastating reality that he is forced to confront. His quest for truth sets him on a collision course with history, forcing him to confront the demons of his past, and the awesome burden that the pursuit for truth reveals.
Paul Cross was inspired to make the film, by a twist of fate which had him filming the White House on September 11, 2001 and visiting the Pentagon on September 12, 2001. He directed, wrote, produced, and stars in Severe Visibility.
He began his career in the entertainment industry in summer stock and an off Broadway revival of Redhead. He then garnered starring roles in Sygzy, Wish It Were Spring, Amazons, Studs Lonigan and Rituals. He then wrote and starred in Ice Pawn which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in 1992. He recently appeared in the musicals 1776 and Spoon River. For the past two years he has written and produced two award winning documentaries- West End Story- An Anatomy of Musical Theater and Follow the leader filmed at the White House with George W. Bush, and winner of the Atlantic City Film Festival for Best Documentary.
He is the recipient of the prestigious title of Kentucky Colonel bestowed upon him by Governor Martha Lane Collins and has a day named after him in his hometown in Kentucky. He recently won an award for his script- Champagne and Chocolate at the Thunderbird International Film Festival in Utah.
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Listen 7:00- 9:00 pm (PST) to the
WeThePeopleRadioNetwork.com and to our guests-
Camilo Mejia, member of Iraq Veterans Against the War, author of Road From Ar Ramadi. Staff Sergeant Camilo Mejía became the new face of the antiwar movement in early 2004 when he applied for a discharge from the Army as a conscientious objector. After serving in the Army for nearly nine years, he was the first known Iraq veteran to refuse to fight, citing moral concerns about the war and occupation. His principled stand helped to rally the growing opposition and embolden his fellow soldiers.
Despite widespread public support and an all-star legal team, Mejía was eventually convicted of desertion by a military court and sentenced to a year in prison, prompting Amnesty International to declare him a prisoner of conscience.
Now released after serving almost nine months, the celebrated soldier-turned-pacifist has written his story, from his upbringing in Central America and his experience as a working-class immigrant in the United States to his service in Iraq—where he witnessed prisoner abuse and was deployed in the Sunni triangle—and time in prison. Far from being an accidental activist, Mejía was raised by prominent Sandinista revolutionaries and draws inspiration from Jesuit teachings. In this stirring book, he argues passionately for human rights and the end to an unjust war.
Michael Wong, member of Veterans for Peace. He also contributed to the book- Veterans of War- Veterans of Peace and is featured in the film Sir, No Sir. He was a first lieutenant in high school Army ROTC who believed fervently in the Army and our government leaders. Then came the real Army. His story in Veterans of War- Veterans for Peace: “Honor’s Death,” tells of his Army experience and why he turned against the Viet Nam war and deserted to Canada; “To Take a Street,” tells of one small protest. He was a member of a hippie counterculture community known as Rochdale College.
He wrote in Maxine Hong Kingston’s Fifth Book of Peace: “We were a world unto ourselves, with our own government, a free medical clinic, a movie theater, a library, a health food restaurant, a store, a dance studio, and a host of other features of a community. We even had our own hippie ‘police force,’ Rochdale Security ... ”
"A war of attrition by the Canadian government and police against Rochdale formed for me a counterpoint to the war in Viet Nam. The war hawks lost the war to control South Viet Nam. We hippies lost the war to save Rochdale College. I deserted the U.S. Army, only to serve on Rochdale Security. I never faced the guns of the Viet Cong, but I faced—unarmed—the guns of the Toronto Police Department. My closest comrade, Cindy Lei, was one of those who died for Rochdale. I was never the same."
During a protest against the first Gulf War, he met a group of Viet Nam veterans who welcomed me him with open arms. he joined them and has been an active member of Veterans for Peace and the Veterans Writing Group ever since.
Jeff Patterson 1991 Gulf War military resister. Marine Corporal Jeff Paterson was the first public military objector who sat down on the runway to refuse deployment. He has tirelessly spoken out and organized against war since then and is actively involved with www.couragetoresist.org
On the frontlines of the resistance to war, our guests will share their experiences and insights.
David Solnit and Aimee Allison wrote this in Army of None:
What are the key pillars of support—the sources of power without which the war and occupation could not continue? Three key pillars are soldiers, corporations, and media disinformation...
Pillar of War: Troops
The United States government can't fight war or maintain an occupation without enough troops—or without obedient troops. Nor can it begin new wars.
This pillar could be weakened if we:
—Counterrecruit to reduce the military's ability to recruit young people
...Student and community members across the United States have taken spirited action and waged legal and political challenges that have driven military-recruiters from their campuses and communities. Massive countereducation of students and youth, mounting protest and direct action at recruiting centers, and increasing resistance in the army reserves have contributed (along with the losing war in Iraq) to low military recruitment.
—Develop campaigns that support troops and National Guard (or private or government employees) who refuse deployment or orders, in compliance with international law
GI resistance within the military, together with mass desertion and draft resistance, is widely credited with being a key element in forcing the United States out of Vietnam. David Zeiger, director of the recent Vietnam GI resistance movement film, Sir, No Sir!, and active organizer in the antiwar GI coffeehouse related solidarity efforts, describes the movement:
Like the Vietnam War itself, the GI Antiwar Movement started small and within a few years had exploded into a force that altered history. And like the times from which it grew, the movement involved organized actions and spontaneous resistance, political groups and cultural upheaval. Between 1966 and 1975, groups of soldiers—some small and some numbering in the thousands—emerged to challenge the war and racism in the military. Group action and individual defiance, from the 500,000 GIs who deserted over the course of the war to the untold numbers who wore peace signs, defied military discipline and avoided combat, created a “Fuck the Army” counter-culture that threatened the entire military culture of the time and changed the course of the war.
Lt. Ehren Watada, the first commissioned officer to publicly refuse deployment to Iraq, asserted the power of GI Resistance to stop the war and occupation in Iraq and the importance of civilian support to enable this, at his speech to the August 12, 2006 annual Veterans for Peace gathering in Seattle:
I speak with you about a radical idea… The idea is this: that to stop an illegal and unjust war, the soldiers can choose to stop fighting it… Those wearing the uniform must know beyond any shadow of a doubt that by refusing immoral and illegal orders they will be supported by the people not with mere words but by action… To support the troops who resist, you must make your voices heard. If they see thousands supporting me, they will know. I have seen this support with my own eyes… For me it was a leap of faith. For other soldiers, they do not have that luxury. They must know it and you must show it to them. Convince them that no matter how long they sit in prison, no matter how long this country takes to right itself, their families will have a roof over their heads, food in their stomachs, opportunities and education.
For refusing to deploy to the illegal war in Iraq and for engaging in free speech, Lt. Watada already faces a maximum of eight years in jail for a series of charges, including: missing movement, contempt toward officials (saying Bush lied about the war), conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman (speaking out against illegal war). To counter this kind of crackdown, we can, as Lt Watada explains, build support “not with mere words but by action” in our communities and in antiwar and counterrecruitment movements that will help to take a stand or refuse deployment.
—Resist the draft and draft registration by supporting young men who refuse to register for the selective service and preparing for mass resistance to a possible draft
If our counterrecruitment efforts successfully cut into the military’s recruitment numbers, it could mean the government will have to bring back a standard military draft, "national service," or a special medical-worker draft, all of which may open a space for massive public resistance.
According to 1980 draft registration resister and current antidraft organizer Ed Hasbrouck, massive draft registration non-cooperation may have been key in preventing a draft over the last the 25 years. He said the last General Accounting Office audit of the Selective Service found that they did not have current information on the whereabouts of as many as 75 percent of potential draftees.
We can begin educating medical professionals, who may be the most likely to be drafted, and young draft-age and younger men about the possibility of a draft and how to resist it. Instead of waiting until draft induction begins, peace-and-justice groups and individuals can begin now to help make a draft unworkable later. Young men can refuse to register, refuse to tell the selective service their whereabouts when they move, and urge their parents or those at the registration address (if you did register) not to accept or sign for an induction or other Selective Service notice, or give out any information about current whereabouts. People who did register can actively publicize their commitment to refuse a military draft.
Together counterrecruitment, GI resistance and draft registration resistance can cut off the supply of troops and help to stop wars for empire. However, to be effective we also have to be prepared for U.S. military innovations that circumvent the need for conventional military troops.
These innovations include:
- Privatization of the military—mercenary and private corporations getting paid for traditional military roles.
Increased mechanization of war, or air wars and bombing campaigns that involve fewer troops and reduce U.S. military deaths, though often resulting in more civilian deaths among the targeted country or area.
Recruitment, training. funding, arming, and directing of proxy armies, guerrillas, terrorist groups and death squads to do U.S. bidding without involving large numbers of U.S. troops—examples include the anti-Soviet guerrilla Army in Afghanistan in the late 1970s and 1980s, and the “Contra” Army against Nicaragua in the 1980s. Use of clandestine or CIA operations to disrupt, repress or destroy governments, movements, organizations, and individuals the United States government objects to.
We can prepare for these other forms of war and intervention that do not rely on large numbers of troops by breaking out of the limitations of single issue organizing. If we educate ourselves, our groups, our communities, the public and our movements about the history of United States interventions and war, we will see why it is important not to organize simply against a particular war, like Iraq, or a particular component of militarism, like recruitment. We can’t afford to create new organizations or movements every time the government finds new ways to assert its policies of war for empire.
Many groups and movements develop an understanding of underlying systemic problems and include them in their goals and mission statements, so it is not a stretch when the U.S. government wages war on another country or resorts to forms of intervention that do not depend on troops. For example the GI Resister support group Courage to Resist, instead of just opposing the Iraq war and occupation, has adopted a mission statement that includes opposition to “war and occupation and the policies of empire.”
Pillar of War: Corporate Profiteers
Another of the most obvious pillars of war are the corporations that play an essential role in the Iraqi occupation, and in the motives behind it. Corporations are essential to continuing the war and occupation in Iraq. Forcing them to withdraw their participation would shut down essential components of and motives for the war and occupation—while opening up tremendous opportunities to Iraqis to define and create their own economic future.
Corporate media's steady stream of lies, distortions, and repetition of the United States government "war on terror" rhetoric was essential in propagating the pretense for the invasion of Iraq and is key to maintaining some level of public support for the war and occupation. If people were given the right information, they would be more likely, and better equipped, to resist. Independent Iraq and Middle East journalist Dahr Jamail explains that creating reliable independent media and optimizing access to it, “will be a better path to ending the occupation than continuing to react to the disinformation and the lies put out by the corporate media and the Bush administration.”
We can weaken this pillar by creating and supporting independent media and running media accountability campaigns to educate the public to become critical of media bias, and to curb some of the most outrageous lies and distortions. Additionally, independent media advocacy campaigns could set goals of switching over large numbers of people from watching/listening/reading corporate media to watching/listening/reading more alternative media.
A final key ingredient for a successful strategy is our ability to frame our own struggles, or tell our own story. If we are acting defensively within the framework of the United States government and their "war on terror" story, we will always be on the defensive. If we allow them to define reality, we will always lose. If we limit ourselves to defensively arguing that there are no nuclear weapons in Iraq, for example, without challenging the legitimacy and cost of the U.S. being an empire, then we are operating in a reality defined by those in power. We have to be able to understand, fight and win the "battle of the story."
The courage of young people in the military, on the campuses and in the streets are showing us how to assert our people power. It’s clear that more and more folks in the U.S. and around the world have the courage to resist. Can we can find what lies in the root of the word courage—le Coeur, or heart—to assert our power as communities, as movements and as people to reverse the policies of empire and build a better world?
Tuesday, May 8, 2007
Listen 7:00- 9:00 pm (PST) to the WeThePeopleRadioNetwork.com and to our guests-
John Leonard, publisher of Progressive Press, publisher of many 9/11 Truth books- including the first one in English- Nafeez Ahmed's The War on Freedom: How and Why America was Attacked, September 11, 2001, Webster Tarpley's 9/11 Synthetic Terror- Made in USA, and Kevin Barrett's Truth Jihad: My Epic Struggle against the 9/11 Big Lie.
John-Paul Leonard has an BA in Political Science from UCLA, and an MBA in Finance from UC Berkeley. He spent the 1980's in Europe working as an auditor for multinational corporations, and the 1990's in his own business in Eastern Europe, working on stock market privatization. In Oct. 2000 his interest in politics was re-awakened by the Al-Aqsa Intifada, and he became on online pro-Palestinian writer and activist. In 2001 he returned to the US, where he published the first 9/11 Truth book in English, The War on Freedom, in 2002. He devotes most of his energies since then to 9/11 Truth publishing. John has also spoken at 9/11 Truth events, has worked closely with Carol and Blaine to publish and distribute the Deception Dollars, and can talk about the challenges that publishers face overcoming the deafening silence of the mainstream media.
Manuel Valenzuela, http://www.valenzuelasveritas.blogspot.com/ is a social critic, commentator, Internet essayist and author of the novel- Echoes in the Wind. His essays appear regularly at various alternative news websites from around the globe. He is looking for a publisher for his next book, Beyond the Smoking Mirror: Reflections on America and Humanity, a collection of his essays, which include some excellent ones on 9/11 Truth.
Hal Sisson www.halsisson.ca was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. He was an armourer with the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. He later attended the University of Saskatchewan, where he obtained a degree in law in 1951. His varied career includes a stint as a reporter for the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix and a thirty-year law practice in Peace River, Alberta. He retired from the law in 1984 to devote time to croquet, marble collecting and writing fiction. He conceived, produced and starred in Sorry 'Bout That, the longest running annual burlesque revue in Western Canada. He is the author of The Big Bamboozle; Coots, Codgers and Curmudgeons (with Dwayne W. Rowe); Caverns of the Cross; The Big Bamboozle; A Fowler View of Life; A Fat Lot of Good and its sequel, Maquiladora Mayhem. He has just finished the third in that humourous murder mystery series, entitled You Should Live so Long, scheduled for midsummer release. He is author of the new Modus Operandi 9/11, the first humorous, fictional novel tackling 9/11.
At one time a ranking Canadian player of international and USCA croquet, in 2001 Hal placed in the top 25 shooters in the World Marble Championships in London, England.
We will be discuss the challenges and hopes of publishing 9/11 Truth books- both humorous, and serious, fiction and non-fiction, from the publisher, author, aspiring writer, and activist points of view.
Please send questions to be addressed or telephone during the second hour of the show and join in the conversation at 888 202-1984.
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
May 7, 2007 - 9/11 Truth Show- guests- Former Boston Air Traffic Controller- Robin Hordon and theologian, author, David Ray Griffin
Listen 7:00- 9:00 pm (PST) to the WeThePeopleRadioNetwork.com and to our guests.
Robin Hordon, former FAA Air Traffic Controller at the Boston Air Route Traffic Control Center, located in Nashua, NH, 1970 - 1981. Former Certified Commercial Pilot for light aircraft holding multiple category ratings. Former Certified Flight Instructor and Certified Ground Instructor. After leaving the FAA, he had a 12-year career in the field of comedy ending up as artistic coordinator for "Catch A Rising Star" in Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA. In that capacity, he chose to support comic talent that spoke truth to power, truth to hatred, truth to racism, truth to sexism, truth to xenophobia, and truth to militarism, not knowing where the young talent would go, but knowing that they would say something somewhere for the good of the country and for the good of the world. When Air America Radio launched in 2004, a "Catch" vet was on air or writing for four of the five shows making up the daytime schedule. Currently he lives in Kingston, WA, where he continues his four decades of activism on behalf of peace and justice in the world.
His unique experience gave Hordon tremendous insight into the actual events of September 11th. David Ray Griffin gives him special thanks for the extraordinary amount of time, going far beyond any reasonable call of duty, in increasing our understanding of FAA air traffic control in general and the 9/11 actions of controllers at Boston Center in particular, which contributed greatly to the first chapter of his new book Debunking 9/11 Debunking- An Answer to Popular Mechanics and the Other Defenders of the Official Conspiracy Theory.
David Ray Griffin is professor of philosophy of religion and theology, emeritus, at Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California, where he remains a co-director of the Center for Process Studies. His 30 books include The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11 (2004), The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions (2005), The American Empire and the Commonwealth of God: A Political, Economic, Religious Statement (2006 with John B. Cobb, Richard A. Falk, and Catherine Keller), Christian Faith and the Truth Behind 9/11: A Call to Reflection and Action (2006), and 9/11 and American Empire- Intellectuals Speak Out (2006, with Peter Dale Scott). He is one of the clearest voices challenging the official narrative of 9/11 and its defenders within the media.
The first half hour of the show begins with an introduction to Robin Hordon and with David Ray Griffin speaking about Debunking 9/11 Debunking. Robin Hordon, will then detail his understanding of the events of September 11th from his unique viewpoint. Damning clips from the official hearings, excluded from the Commission Report, including Mineta's testimony will be discussed. The last half hour of the show will look at overcoming the challenges posed by the mainstream media, the nature and history of false flag operations, and their own activist efforts to merge the 9/11 Truth Movement with the larger Peace and Justice movements.