Dr Jay LightbearerDEAR EDITOR: "Disturbing trend of 9/11 skeptics"Tue Aug 8, 2006 22:54
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Subject: DEAR EDITOR
Date: Tue, 8 Aug 2006 17:41:37 -0700 (PDT)
From: Dr Jay Lightbearer email@example.com
CC: firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com
Your editorial today, following your groundbreaking
headline yesterday for which you desired applause.....
"Disturbing trend of 9/11 skeptics"
Is the editor of the RMN THAT afraid of losing his job
by towing the corporate line on this issue??
What is disturbing is editorials like this continue to
promote the idea that TRUTH about 9/11 is nutty, a
"conspiracy theory", and without merit, and
unsupported by THOUSANDS of intelligent individuals of
all professions, fully capable of understanding,
logic, and reasoning.
What is disturbing is that the writers of such
editorials can't add the simple 1+1 connect the
incontrovertible physical and political dots of 9/11.
People all over this country-- 52% according to the
recent Gallup poll- are starting to UNDERSTAND, and
COMMUNICATE the obvious facts of 9/11 WITHOUT the aid
of the major media, that has done nearly everything to
incomplete information, misleading information and
false information-- a mouthpiece of the forces who
made 9/11 happen.
And if anyone at your paper still thinks 19
incompetent stupid patsies from Saudi Arabia brought
these buildings down under the direction of an ex CIA
operative living in a cave in Afghanistan, your staff
is far more ignorant than I had ever believed
possible. As a nation, we are no longer buying this
Its about time the editors of papers like the News and
Post catch up. Gee whiz already.
The 9/11 Truth movement is a steamroller for
discovery, democracy, truth, and freedom. It was not
started by, it has not been helped by, and it will not
be stopped by such short sighted editorials such as
that laid out for readers today.
We are now too educated to fall for this kind of thing
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