Month: September 2011

Griffin’s ‘no 757 hit the Pentagon’ arguments eclipse ‘consensus approach’

Griffin offers overwhelming evidence that no 757 hit the Pentagon.

By Craig McKee

The best argument I’ve found against David Ray Griffin’s new “consensus approach” to the Pentagon comes from a very reliable source – David Ray Griffin.

In his new book, 9/11 Ten Years After: When State Crimes Against Democracy Succeed, the dean of 9/11 Truth makes the strongest case yet that the U.S. government faked a plane crash at the Pentagon to deceive the world. He shows us that the strongest evidence by far shows (more…)

Griffin’s embrace of CIT critics a setback for 9/11 Pentagon research

By Craig McKee

Over the past several years, David Ray Griffin has set the highest standard for 9/11 research. He has looked at the entire official story, showing us how every aspect of it fails to stand up to scrutiny.

His approach has been just right, and 9/11 Truth would not have achieved a fraction of what it has without his efforts.

For the first time in those 10 years, however, there’s a “but.”

His presentation at the Toronto 9/11 hearings last week on “anomalies” of flights 77 and 93 introduced some troubling elements to his position that weren’t there before. And I fear the (more…)

My Toronto Hearings 9/11 notebook: the good, the bad, and the uninvited

By Craig McKee

While TV offers us solemn ceremonies paying tribute to the victims of 9/11, the real story continues in the fight for truth about why those people died and who really killed them.

While our corporate media continue to show us the sadness and loss from this catastrophic day, they also continue to block any of the facts. And these facts show categorically that the official narrative is an elaborate cover story for the largest and most spectacular false flag attack in our lifetimes.

On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, I was in Toronto, Canada to see the long-awaited and much-argued-over International (more…)

Quest for consensus: Toronto 9/11 hearings navigate Pentagon minefield

By Craig McKee

For Graeme MacQueen, the word is – or should be – consensus.

MacQueen, a member of the steering committee for the Toronto 9/11 Hearings (Sept. 8-11), says the event was conceived as an opportunity to reach people who are not yet convinced that 9/11 was an inside job, and to show how the evidence does not support the official story. He says the fight over whether a 757 did or did not hit the Pentagon should be put on the back burner so that the hearings (more…)