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ReThink911 in Newfoundland

Posted on the 02 December 2013 by Seliharris @seliharris
ReThink911 in NewfoundlandThose who know me best - and some who know me very little - know that I have a deep interest in the topic of 9/11, specifically the alternate theories - suppressed facts - surrounding that day. You could say that I'm a 'Truther', and have been for many years. It was mid 2005 that I was first introduced to some of the alternate information surrounding that horrific day, but it wasn't until the extreme push back I received from just discussing it, that I became obsessed. I say obsessed because I did spend countless hours - days, weeks, months - researching every aspect of the topic, at first to try and debunk some of it myself, but later in effort to better prepare myself for the battle I knew I was waging. You can't even imagine how many hours I spent not only researching all those many aspects of that day, but also debating it, and then merely spreading awareness. It really was an obsession for a while in my life, but I've since toned it down. I've come to realize that I no longer need to debate any more, as most people have set their minds to whatever side they want to align themselves with. Instead, I mainly focus on reaching out to those who may not even be aware there is opposing information, let alone what it actually is.
In this quest of mine, at this point in my life, I personally tend to stick mostly with information regarding the WTC complex, buildings 1, 2 and 7. I've weeded through more information than any one person probably should, and even if I pass off everything else as just coincidence or misinformation or disinformation or whatever, I cannot get past the towers and their destruction. Moreover, I find it difficult to understand how anyone can accept the official story when it comes to these buildings. So, my quest continues, as it does for many others.
This past fall, a wonderful awareness campaign was launched called ReThink 9/11, which focused on bringing attention to Building 7. This continues to be the biggest smoking gun regarding that day, and is still something that many people don't have the slightest clue about. In Canada, this awareness campaign was met with some controversy, which lead to a bigger focus from the activists to raise more awareness. Ultimately this led to the development of a cross Canada tour next spring featuring Richard Gage, founder of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, and his dynamic presentation regarding the destruction of the three WTC buildings.
When I first came to learn about the tour, Newfoundland was not on the list of locations, but because I was lucky enough to be part of a conversation, I reached out to see if we can get them to add it... and they did!  It took a couple of days work to solidify a venue, but the Bruneau Lecture Theatre at MUN was finally booked for March 29th, and St. John's was officially added to the tour. Let me tell you; I can barely contain my excitement.
In effort to kick off promotions for the tour, specifically the stop in St. John's, I decided to call Paddy of VOCM BackTalk fame, to officially announce the presentation. Special thanks goes to the host for his time, and also Dave Adey for providing a copy of the call, which you can listen to below:

There is one moment in the call where Paddy references anti-government minded people, saying information such as this is often jumped on and supported because it helps their own cause, whether there is reason to believe it or not. While I agreed with his assessment, I could have built upon it, but from the other side, saying that pro-government people reject this alternate information for the very same reason. Because these types of people absolutely trust their governments, and the institutions governments run, they don't or can't believe any conspiracy is even possible. Well, they are. We have several examples of such throughout history. I'm not saying that 9/11 was absolutely a government conspiracy, however. I don't know that. I don't know who is responsible. What I do know is that there is plenty of contradictory evidence to suggest that the official story is indeed a fairy tale, specifically where it comes to the twin towers...
... But I'll let Richard Gage fill you on that. I hope to see you at the March 29th presentation, which promises to be a unique evening, as this is the first time for such a thing in our Province. If you would like to get your tickets immediately - there are limited seats available after all - you can do so by going here - BUY TICKETS. Check out the 9/11 Justice Canada website for more information as well, and I'll have much more to come on this in the coming months. Stay tuned.

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