Disrespecting the 911 Families? I Think Not. Watch: Press For Truth!

There is this strange notion out there that if you ask critical questions about what happened on 9/11 you must be disrespecting the survivors and the family members of those who perished in New York and Washington on that day.

Here is a documentary about a group of family members centred around a group of women called the Jersey girls without whom there would never have been a 911 commission. There would never have been an official investigation into what happened on 911 and even the members of that commission say they were set up to fail. And the group of family members said that 70-80% of their questions were left unanswered.

Doesn’t that strike you as odd?

So for all of you calling all of us who want a new and independent investigation into what happened on that day, loons, disrespectful of the family members and survivors or a disgrace here is what those very survivors and family members had to say for themselves:

2 thoughts on “Disrespecting the 911 Families? I Think Not. Watch: Press For Truth!

  1. It is the same irrational belief that asking questions, or making statements about the true underlying causes of war is disrespectful of the ordinary soldier men and women who serve in the various armies.

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