"Here: Remembering 9/11" Photo Exhibit Pure Propaganda
Wed Aug 23, 2006 18:44

Citizen of the USA Stephen M. St. John addresses the international community in Washington and here in New York City, all members of the US Congress, as well as other organizations and individuals, public and private, and on the occasion of today's opening of a photo exhibit "Here: Remembering 9/11" by the World Trade Center Memorial Museum, deplores this propaganda exercise designed to shore up the discredited 9/11 Commission Report and to appeal to the emotions and prejudices which helped precipitate the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. Citizen St. John notes that this photo exhibit, which purports to be "a dialogue between memory and loss" and is described by CBS Radio as a depiction of the 9/11 attacks "from prelude to aftermath," lacks photographic evidence of ANY of the doomed passengers at ANY of the three airports from which the four ill-fated flights of 9/11 are alleged to have departed. Citizen St. John asks, how can this lack of photographic evidence be explained? How is it that three "Category X" high-security international airports -- each with video surveillance cameras deployed at many locations inside and outside the terminals -- all failed to provide a single image of ANY passenger about to board ANY of the four flights of 9/11? Why didn't the 9/11 Commission address this matter? Or the US Department of Justice? Or the New York State Attorney General? Or the Manhattan District Attorney? Or the news media? Citizen St. John regretfully concludes that these circumstances, among many others, indicate a powerful Zionist combination acting against the discovery of truth about 9/11 and the proper administration of justice. Wherefore Citizen St. John repeats his call for a full, fair and impartial investigation into the events of 9/11 and all circumstances surrounding them, even if this can only be done at the international level.
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