Sunday, February 19, 2006
1. 9/11 and the American Empire David Ray Griffin - 81 mins
On 18 April 2005, 450 people gathered at the University of Wisconsin, Madison for an event hosted by the newly formed Muslim, Jewish, Christian Alliance.
This is a film of that talk. In it David Ray Griffin, a leading and respected Christian Theologian, describes the present understanding (held by many) of what actually happened on that day.
He also made it clear what growing numbers of that countries leaders think about their country’s government, military and media.
He carefully covers all the points of view held by different portions of the American (and global populations). No matter what your understandings are about the events of this date, or what your view of the current politics and military of any country are, you are likely to find them reflected here. You may also find yourself being gently stretched to see the events from other persepectives.
In case you wanted to persue this subject further after watching this film, here is the complete transcript of David Ray Griffin’s talk, complete with footnotes.
2. Loose Change 2nd Edition - 81 mins
The first edition was great, the second is even better. The young person speaking to the images and information presented in this video is calm and clear. He offers information that is worthy of your consideration if you are seeking the truth about the events of the day. This film will leave you in the healthy place of having many unanswered questions.
3. Pentagon Strike - 8 mins
A simple presentation of the facts that have not been satisfactorily answered, about this particular "attack" on that day we will all remember. The question is: what story will we remember?
See also Michael Ruppert's Denial Stops Here in Peak Oil and more.
Posted by James Samuel at 7:17 PM