Here’s re-introducing the website.
It got started as an extension of the trans-Massachusetts walk, which began from Provincetown at the eastern tip of Cape Cod on April 13 and ended at the New York State line at Hancock on May 14. We wore “9/11 TRUTH” signs on our backpacks and chests. Go to https://www.boston911truth.org/ and scroll down for some pictures.
Among other reasons, we walked:
- To call attention to widely unknown information about the attacks of September 11, 2001, known as “9/11.”
- To demand a new, honest and independent investigation of the crimes that resulted in the deaths that day of nearly 3,000 people in the United States.
- To raise awareness about the complete nonsense of the S. government’s official narrative about the attacks, which the news and opinion media (outside of the Internet) have endorsed by their failure to challenge it.*
- To gauge public opinion along the way.
- To talk with people we came across and hand them copies of a folder headed “Why 9/11 Truth Still Matters” put out by the 9/11 Truth Action Project.
Who are we? Two citizens. Bruce, nearly 79, is a former engineering analyst for GE Defense Systems and a retired member of the Worcester State College mathematics department faculty. Mark, 72, is a former newspaper co-owner and retired reporter and editor for several western New England newspapers and United Press International and Agence France-Presse.
Most of the thousands of motorists and hundreds of pedestrians we encountered along the way indicated neither approval nor disapproval about our signs — perhaps regarding the truth of “9/11” as a settled matter. Those indicating approval upon seeing or talking with us outnumbered those indicating disapproved by a ratio of 15 or 20 to 1.
The blog is intended as a “continuing presence” over time and space. Few people saw us and our black, white and orange signs more than once, but some could easily imagine our “demonstration” carrying over many days and miles along our Commonwealth-crossing corridor.
This is the blog’s 42nd entry. The first, headed “Hello Massachusetts, and the World!” was made on April 6, followed by several entries per week. Earlier ones have cycled off for readers.
That’s it for today, the Fourth of July. In future entries, beginning tomorrow, we’ll intersperse details of the walk, including its planning and followup, with information related to the crimes of September 11, 2001, and news of and by the growing 9/11 truth movement.
— Bruce Henry and Mark Miller of Pittsfield, MA
* There has been some excellent reporting in the mainstream media on the crimes of September 11, 2001, and much of it has been cited by researchers focusing on the evidence So far, however, mainstream media organizations capable of committing themselves to the investigation and analysis required to expose the truth have not done so.