The online Justice Rising conference on Sept. 11, 12 and 13 is the first such concentrated event in four years deconstructing the disinformation of the September 2001 “9/11” attacks. See schedule and roster of speakers HERE.
It could make a bigger impact than the two-day Justice In Focus symposium at Cooper Union in New York City in 2016 that had similar goals and talent on stage.
Some Differences: * The 2020 conference is free. * It is online. * No travel, lodging or restaurant food expenses. * Hours: Friday from 6 to 9 p.m., Saturday from 3 to 6, and Sunday from 6 to 9.
Some Similarities: * It is likely to be ignored by the mainstream media. * It will build on years of increasingly productive investigations, engineering studies and other analysis, advancing knowledge of the unraveling 9/11 puzzle.
Disadvantages: * No talking with other attendees and speakers (networking). * No book tables, some with authors to meet, outside a big physical auditorium. * No New York restaurant food.
Advantages: * Zero added exposure to the new coronavirus. * Forget about face masks; breathe free. * No New York restaurant food.
In 2016 Edward Curtin’s letter “Why I Don’t Speak of 9/11 Anymore” appeared in The Journal of 9/11 Studies. It is among the essays in his new book, Seeking the Truth in a Country of Lies (Clarity Press).
Not much seems to have changed in four years. A lot has.