15 December 2017 to 28 January 2018
Curated by Roger Morris, the central theme of the exhibition is political in nature, begging the question ‘What is truth and what is lies?’ How is our reality shaped and how do we make sense or find truth behind local, national and global events that shape—or have been manipulated to shape—our thinking and view of the world?
How refreshing to hear our intellectually courageous academic Amy Baker Benjamin speak this morning on National Radio about the worrying state of global affairs we now find ourselves in. Thanks to Wallace Chapman for this fair and open interview. How I wish that those in the media regurgitating false reports and drumming for more wars and those who are meeting in Queenstown this weekend would heed Amy’s sage analysis.
Amy Baker Benjamin lectures in Public International Law at AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand. She is a graduate of Yale Law School, former law clerk to Justice Stephen G. Breyer, and former Assistant United States Attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice. She joins Wallace to talk about the ongoing tensions on the Korean Peninsula and the rhetoric from US President Donald Trump.
Well Done to Mike on getting his splendid letter published in the Dominion Post newspaper today in response to Rosemary McLeod’s recent opinion piece – The Dark Art of conspiracy and phony ‘news’ sites. His letter certainly shows just what a “dark art” fake news reporting is!
Thanks again to 911 truth artist and activist Roger Morris for conducting this excellent interview with Richard Gage, AIA which aired on Access Radio Taranaki in September. Roger and Richard discuss the scientific evidence behind the collapses of the World Trade Centre buildings including Building 7 on 9/11 and why the official NIST building reports are flawed. They also talk about the 911 Justice in Focus conference at the Cooper Union Building, New York, September 10-11 2016 and the plans to bring this evidence into the court system.
A huge thank you and congratulations to Wellington Activist Chris Ashley who recently made a presentation at his Toastmaster’s club about Building 7. His presentation was so compelling that he not only won Toastmaster of the Day but also interested his colleagues into learning more about the scientific evidence behind the three building collapses on 9/11.
You can read a post about Chris’s award and presentation at the Terrace Toastmasters website
A big thanks to Roger Morris who has organised a free screening of Tony Rooke’s compelling documentary Incontrovertible at Everybody’s Theatre in Opunake, Taranaki to be screened on Sunday 11 September 2016 at 12.00 noon. I am sure this will attract a good audience, and hopefully a few of our police and fire officers! If you haven’t seen the film yet you can watch it online – here In my opinion it is one of the best 9/11 films made.