Today’s Weekender, begun after 4 p.m. on Sunday, is simply a followup to Paul Simon’s recommendation in the last entry, “In Their Own Words.”*
Here it is:
The film he urges people to watch is titled “CALLING OUT Bravo-7, the 2020 Version.” It’s about an hour and 42 minutes long. It can be seen at both www.FF911truth.org and www.justicefor911heroes.org.The latter site is largely about the 911 Resolution of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District on Long Island, whose former commissioner, Christopher Gioia, is well-known in the 9/11 truth movement.
Simon doesn’t mention a second, longer documentary, “BEYOND Bravo-7.” It’s about two hours and 48 minutes long. This sequel, also put out by Firefighters for 9-11 Truth, complements the earlier film by putting the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, in historical context. It’s a history lesson — actually a history course that contains all sorts of information underemphasized in history courses and history textbooks, or left out entirely. To say the least, it is not kind to mainstream media outlets.
At a minimum, each of the documentaries cries out for a booklet summarizing key points, quoting some speakers’ statements, and knitting together the arguments.
— Mark Channing Miller