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Solving 9-11 and Freedom of Speech

November 12, 2014

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), “Freedom of Speech” (1943)
Source:  Norman Rockwell Museum

I begin to feel like I was in the last generation of Americans who took a civics class. I begin to feel like most Americans don't understand the First Amendment, don't understand the idea of freedom of speech, and don't understand that it's the responsibility of the citizen to speak out.
– Roger Ebert, July 2003

If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.
– George Washington

Proclaim the truth and do not be silent through fear.
– Saint Catherine of Siena

The "freedom of speech" and "the right of the people peaceably to assemble" are basic American freedoms guaranteed in the first article of The Bill of Rights of The Constitution of the United States. In a truly democratic republic, the participation of the citizen is required.  As the late Roger Ebert said, "it's the responsibility of the citizen to speak out."

It is, indeed, our responsibility to speak out about the deception of the false-flag terror attacks of 9-11 because to accept the lies about what happened on September 11, 2001, is to acquiesce in our enslavement and the destruction of our democratic republic.  What could be more important than that?  This is where I need your help.

I have organized and participated in many public speaking events where I have discussed my 9-11 research.  Now that my Solving 9-11research has been published, I have found that speaking to the public about the deception of 9-11 is the best way to bring attention to the massive criminal fraud we have been suffering under since September 11, 2001.

The most essential thing about arranging such events is that there needs to be a concerned and competent person who is willing to make the necessary arrangements. Hosting such an event need not be difficult or costly.  I, for example, held all my earlier 9-11 events at my local library, which offered excellent meeting rooms absolutely free of charge. My recent events on the West Coast were held in brewery restaurants, a cultural center, a museum, a church, and in private homes.  I don't charge admission for such events, but donations are welcome and I offer my books as well.

If you would like to invite me to speak and there is a 9-11 truth group in your town, that would be an excellent place to start, but don't let a couple naysayers prevent you from having an event.  I have seen from the very beginning how there are people who claim to be interested in the truth about 9-11, but who don't want to hear what I have to say. If you encounter such people in your group, go ahead with the event and invite them to raise their questions when I speak. The question and answer period is an important part of such an event. 

If you would like me to come to your town and speak about the deception that changed our world, send me a note at 

Let's exercise our freedom!

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