World Video | Defence | Foreign Affairs | Natural Events | Trade | NZ in World News | NZ National News Video | NZ Regional News | Search


UQ Wire: 9/11 Summer of Truth Update

Distribution via the Unanswered Questions Wire .

9/11 Summer of Truth Update

Open Letter From Nicholas Levis

Dear 9/11 Skeptics,

On Sunday September 11th New York witnessed the largest demonstration against the government and media lies about 9/11 in history.

Yet in some ways this is sad, because this first step should have happened years ago. 300 people on the street is indeed the largest 9/11 truth protest ever, and it made for dramatic visibility among many thousands of New Yorkers who saw the march go by. But of course it's at best the kernel of a future action.

Details see - please spread it around!

(Includes links to audio of Donna Marsh O'Connor and Faiz Khan, thanks to; many pictures by Stefania Zamparelli; and various statements from the march, including mock-ups of the very popular "Not the New York Times" - a collection of headlines the NY Times failed to publish during the last four years.)

Given an illegitimate government and an obedient corporate media, most 9/11 truth activists in New York believe street action is indispensable to raising attention and organizing the people to effective resistance.

Getting hundreds of thousands of people on the street is one of the few ways to force the 9/11 issue on to everyone's agenda.

(Another way of course would be if large numbers of people were to take their money out of the big banks and otherwise stop rewarding the institutions responsible for 9/11 and the related crimes of Iraq, election fraud and war profiteering. Don't give your money to your enemies!)

For those of you in New York, the NEXT EVENT here is on Sunday at St. Mark's Church in Manhattan - a viewing of "The Great Conspiracy," to be followed by strategizing... See

So, when's the next protest? The dedication for WTC 7, expected at some point in November, has been suggested. We'll keep you up to date.

See the page for some ideas on that:

Can we really make it 10 times or 100 times bigger? Why not?

It's up to you! And you! And you, and you... and you... and you...

Nicholas Levis


STANDARD DISCLAIMER FROM UQ.ORG: does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in the above article. We present this in the interests of research -for the relevant information we believe it contains. We hope that the reader finds in it inspiration to work with us further, in helping to build bridges between our various investigative communities, towards a greater, common understanding of the unanswered questions which now lie before us.

© Scoop Media

World Headlines


Myanmar: UN Condemns Escalating Violence In Deadliest Day Of Protests So Far

In response to the killing of at least 18 protesters demonstrating against Myanmar’s military coup, the UN human rights office (OHCHR) on Sunday together with the UN chief, strongly condemned the “escalating violence” and called for an immediate end to the use of force... More>>

Syria: Economic Decline, Rising Hunger And Surging Humanitarian Needs

Syria’s fragile economy has “suffered multiple shocks” over the past 18 months, with its currency plummeting and joblessness swelling as people struggle to cover their basic needs, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator told the Security Council ... More>>

OECD: Final Quarter Of 2020 Shows Continued Recovery In G20 International Merchandise Trade

G20 international merchandise trade continued to rebound in the fourth quarter of 2020 ( exports up 7.2% and imports up 6.8%), following the sharp falls seen in the first half of 2020, as lockdown measures affected trade globally. Although growth ... More>>

Focus On: UN SDGs

UNFCCC: Greater Climate Ambition Urged As Initial NDC Synthesis Report Is Published

UN Climate Change today published the Initial NDC Synthesis Report, showing nations must redouble efforts and submit stronger, more ambitious national climate action plans in 2021 if they’re to achieve the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global temperature rise by 2°C—ideally 1.5°C—by the end of the century... More>>

2021: Critical Year To ‘reset Our Relationship With Nature’ – UN Chief

During this time of “crisis and fragility”, the UN chief told the United Nations Environment Assembly on Monday that human well-being and prosperity can be vastly improved by prioritizing nature-based solutions. Painting a picture of the turmoil ... More>>

Paris Agreement: UN Secretary-General António Guterres To Mark U.S. Reentry With Envoy For Climate John Kerry

Watch live at UN Secretary-General António Guterres will join U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John F. Kerry at an event marking the United States’ reentry into the Paris Agreement this Friday. The discussion with the Secretary-General ... More>>