Building 7

An email came in the other day, directed at those like Bruce and me who try to get the word out about the phoniness of the official government/media account of the mass murders of September 11, 2001. It reads:

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When I ask people, what made them wake up, most say it was Building 7.  The fact that Building 7 is the one thing the crooks are censoring out of the news indicates it is their Achilles Heel.  When dealing with the public, we should focus on Building 7 because it is the one thing the controlled press cannot explain away. When people see that any mention of Building 7 has been censored out of TV stations, radio stations, newspapers, magazines, movies, etc, they start to see the enormity of the control system.

Can’t speak for others, but I’ve found that over the past few years just sticking to verifiable scientific facts and a few (3) key videos and maintaining consistence of message has done more than any arguing with trolls has with respect to spreading the message. Particularly now that a good percentage of the public now have doubts/questions regarding the official narrative. Just provide a consistent messageand have faith that people will discern truth from BS on their own.

If someone wishes to be disingenuous, dishonest, or just plain ignorant, fine … that’s their right, but not going to promote that on a platform if I have say. If someone drops in as a naysayer or pushes obvious disinformation … I just block them.

2 cents.



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I hope Ken is right that “a good percentage of the public” doubts or questions the official narrative.  

It is inaccurate, though, to say the collapse of Building 7 — the third skyscraper at the World Trade Center to collapse on September 11, 2001 — is “the one thing the crooks are censoring out of the news.” In reality, the news media are censoring just about everything having to do with the mega-atrocity of September 11, 2001, before, during, and after that day. 

Note: The three links Ken recommends range from six minutes to an hour and a half in length. There’s nothing new in them, and there’s repetition, but they serve as an introduction that may pique people’s curiosity. 

— Mark

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