9/11 See the Evidence Exhibition in Wellington this weekend (Saturday 8 September – Sunday 9 September) was another huge success! We estimate approximately 500 people came through the exhibition to see the evidence and learn the facts about 9/11. The exhibition was focused on Peter Wood’s visually compelling work from the graphic booklet – www.911-see-the-evidence.com. There was also video footage featuring the collapses of Building 7 and the twin towers and a compilation film of the ae911truth Experts Speak Out (the first four minutes summarising the new laws such as the NDAA) plus Solving the Mystery of Building 7.
Chris Ashley had constructed from balsa wood a scale model of WTC7 which was situated in the exhibition alongside a situational map of the building 7 in relation to the Twin Towers. This year, Jade Tuckwell had created an impressive model of the Twin Towers, which made for a dramatic scene next to the Building 7 model. There was also a literature display and the latest documentary, Explosive Evidence, Experts Speak Out and our combo disk including Press for Truth and Elephant in the Room available for all visitors to take away free of charge. The ae911truth flyer and the 9/11 whistleblower flyers were also available.
Despite a stormy day on the Saturday with gale force winds and persistent rain, we did get some people visiting. Thanks again to those who braved the weather and did an excellent job handing out leaflets along Oriental Parade and at the New World Supermarket and Railway Station. As a result many people given a flyer on the Saturday returned to visit on the Sunday.
I felt this exhibition was unique, in the sense it provided the audience a supportive psychological venue in which to confront the evidence and the implications of it. It was evident that some people had real psychological obstacles to looking at the facts about 9/11, but was heartening to see those going through the transformation of looking at the evidence for the first time and coming to terms with it.
We all had some very intense conversations with people this weekend, both positive and negative. Some of us received negative feedback from people unwilling to look at the evidence and called us conspiracy theorists. Many people viewed the collapse of Building 7 for the first time and were both confused and shocked that the media and governments had not revealed this information to the public for so long. There was a diverse range of people of all ages who viewed the evidence. A university student and a lecturer said the material would be very useful for a university course and their study. Many people thanked us and offered their support.
I would like to thank the members of our action group in Wellington for all the hard work and generosity in donating to this exhibition and to Martin Hanson in Auckland who traveled down on the Friday and helped us with the set up and for his generous donation. Thanks also to David Ruddlestone from Raumati who helped transport the display boards on Friday.
We all worked incredibly hard this weekend and in the weeks leading up to the exhibition but we all felt when we closed the doors it was definitely worthwhile! Some visitors asked if the exhibition was traveling around New Zealand and even the rest of the world! I will be finalising a budget and if anyone in other areas would like to exhibit the work, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org