When The Village Voice chose Anthony Freda to create artwork for a story about the 9/11 Truth movement, he first planned to gently mock the Truthers. It was 2006, and as the article stated, mainstream 9/11 accounts like the film World Trade Center had relegated the Truth movement to DIY documentaries and a few sweaty corners of the Internet. But as Freda researched the Truther claims, what they said made sense to him, especially about how Building 7 came down. “At the onset I was hostile to these ideas,” Freda says, “but by the end of my night of research I said that these are serious people with questions that haven’t been answered.”
Rather than attack the Truthers, Freda instead attacked the official narrative. The resulting piece, a collage called Questions, uses red string to connect images, like a detective on TV building a case on a bulletin board. Questions will soon join the permanent collection at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, becoming one in a handful of artifacts there that represents an alternate view of history.
In the background of Questions is a blackboard, with notes and drawings scribbled in chalk. At the bottom is the back of a man’s head as he watches the second plane strike the Towers; above that man is string linking the images of Osama Bin Laden, John F. Kennedy, Donald Rumsfeld and George W. Bush, an honorary 9/11 Museum board member. There are also bits of flags and words printed on an old-fashioned label maker scattered throughout.
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Nine Questions About the Paris Attacks
Posted on January 11, 2015 by Kevin Ryan
Mainstream media are busily promoting a familiar narrative for last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris. As usual this narrative demonizes Islam, calls for a reduction in civil rights, and bolsters existing military aggressions. However, a growing number of serious questions have arisen about the attacks. Until such questions are answered, citizens must consider that these events might be another pretext for an ongoing political agenda.
The Paris attacks are reported to have occurred in two parts. The first was the January 7th shooting of twelve people in and around the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a tabloid that often published offensive cartoons including some about the Prophet Mohammad. The second attack occurred the next day and was said to be the work of Amedy Coulibaly, a 32-year old Senegalese Frenchman who began shooting police officers at the scene of an accident and then took hostages in a Kosher grocery.
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Now that we KNOW the top 15 stories of One World Trade can drive itself thru the stable 90 stories below it at accelerating speeds approaching Free Fall due to the natural consequence of gravity
this should be easy.
DROP a 12 pound ball ; straight down free fall : 14 feet – – – onto a sheet of Glass 12ml/quarter inch thick glass approx700x400mm ; placed flat at the top of a stack of glass sheets 20 high @ 3″ apart.
A 12lb ball , straight down
How many sheets of glass will break ?
[On 911, the ball broke ‘em all.]
By Jeffrey Berwick
Global Research, January 04, 2015
The Daily Bell and Global Research 5 August 2014
Originally published by GR in August 2014
An absolutely monumental shift is in process that most have not recognized yet. The truth, or at least some truth, is about to be shown to the American masses about 9/11. I say American masses because everywhere I’ve gone in the world outside of the US, with few exceptions, almost everyone knows that the US government conspiracy theory on 9/11 is for people with tinfoil hats that are either completely zombified or are under mass hypnosis. Most of the rest of the world looks on the US like “The Truman Show” and can’t believe how many people in the show don’t realize it’s not real.
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INTENDENTE ALVEAR, Argentina — An American who sought refuge in Argentina after he was accused of killing his wife in 2002 should be sent back to the United States, Argentina’s Supreme Court announced this week.
The decision to extradite the American, Kurt Sonnenfeld, who moved to Argentina in 2003 after prosecutors in Denver charged him with first-degree murder, ends a long dispute between the United States Justice Department and local courts in Argentina.
Mr. Sonnenfeld, who has claimed that he has proof that the American government had prior knowledge of the Sept. 11 attacks, and who has gained a following among like-minded conspiracy theorists, has said the government and prosecutors colluded to frame him for his wife’s death in order to silence him. The Denver district attorney’s office has denied these allegations.
Argentina’s courts had rejected extradition requests from the Justice Department, saying the district attorney’s office could not guarantee Mr. Sonnenfeld would be spared the death penalty in Colorado if convicted. But in a new ruling, the Argentine Supreme Court said it now had the assurances it needed to approve the extradition of Mr. Sonnenfeld.
However, one of the judges added, it was granting the extradition request on the condition that if Mr. Sonnenfeld were found guilty and sentenced to life in prison, there would be a provision for his parole. The judges said a sentence without the possibility of parole would violate Argentina’s Constitution.
Mr. Sonnenfeld, who is reported to be in his 50s, has requested political asylum in Argentina. He arrived in Buenos Aires a little more than a year after his wife was found by the police, slumped on a sofa in a bedroom at their Denver home on Jan. 1, 2002. She had been shot through the head. Mr. Sonnenfeld, who remarried in Argentina, has said his wife committed suicide.
Prosecutors dropped initial murder charges against him in mid-2002 because of insufficient evidence. New charges were later filed, and Mr. Sonnenfeld was arrested in Argentina and briefly jailed.
He had been a cameraman for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, sent to the World Trade Center shortly after the attacks of 2001 to document the aftermath. He said the video footage he collected indicated that the government had known about the attacks ahead of time.
Mr. Sonnenfeld accused the government of hacking into his email and tapping his telephone calls. He has appeared in the news media in Argentina and written a book, published in Spanish, called “El Perseguido” (“The Persecuted”).
JAN. 2, 2015 Jonathan Gilbert.
A Libyan man accused of helping plan al Qaeda bombings of US embassies in Africa in the late 1990s has died of liver cancer in New York only days before his trial was due to begin.
Abu Anas al-Libi and a co-defendant had pleaded not guilty to the criminal charges stemming from the attacks in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998 that killed 224 people and injured 5,000.
US legal authorities say the 50-year-old died in hospital after being taken from a detention centre.
Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara said in a letter to US District Judge Lewis Kaplan that Liby suffered “sudden complications arising out of his long-standing medical problems” and died on January 2. Prosecutors said Liby’s lawyer was with him throughout the day and an imam was present at the hospital.
Al-Libi’s son accused the US authorities of sending his father back to prison prematurely after an operation when his condition was not stable.
“We hold the US legally responsible for the death of my father,” he said.
In what the Libyan government criticised as an unauthorised incursion, Al-Libi was seized by US commandos in Tripoli in 2013 and taken to an American navy ship before eventually being flown to the States.
One of the FBI’s most wanted men, he had allegedly carried out surveillance missions of the US embassy in Nairobi over several years.
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