CNN, Westminster John Knox Press, Air America help move the story along
Is The Official Story Falling Apart? Or Are We Seeing An Un-Controlled Demolition?
By Winter Patriot on 8/13/2006, 8:22pm PT  

Guest blogged by Winter Patriot

In the past few weeks the 9/11 Truth Movement has continued to move forward, propelled by a gentle nudge from a mainstream news source, a solid bump from the publishing arm of a major American church, and a full-fledged jolt from Air America.

The Nudge: CNN's Lou Dobbs Wakes Up To 9/11 Lies

In this short clip, Lou discusses the new book Without Precedent: The Inside Story of the 9/11 Commission, written by 9/11 Commission co-chairmen Thomas H. Kean and Lee H. Hamilton, who claim that the commission was lied to, not once but consistently, by the FAA and NORAD.

Please watch this video. Among other comments, you will hear the following from Lou Dobbs:

Well, this government doesn't deserve much credibility, does it? In point of fact, if all of the after-action reports are untrue, for whatever reason, that's a lie, because they were asserted as true by people who knew better, or should have.
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Incompetence and ineptitude on the part of this government, on September 11th and in the weeks and months leading up to it, are established. The fact that the government would permit deception after deception, whether honestly, if you can call it that, honestly intended or not. But the fact that they would continue and perpetuate the lie, suggests that we need a full investigation of what is going on and what is demonstrably an incompetent and at worst deceitful federal government.

The Bump: Official Presbyterian Publisher Issues 9/11 Conspiracy Book

The September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks were orchestrated by the U.S. government, according to a book to be released later this month by Westminster John Knox Press—a division of the denominational publisher for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

Christian Faith and the Truth Behind 9/11: A Call to Reflection and Action is the third book on the subject by David Ray Griffin, a professor emeritus of theology at Claremont School of Theology who is also a well-published and prominent process theologian.
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In his book, Griffin argues the Bush administration planned the events of September 11 so they could provide justification for going to war with Afghanistan and Iraq. He writes that although Christianity began as a specifically anti-empire gospel, the church has been silent about an imperialistic America—which he compares to the Roman Empire.

"I became more convinced that if the truth about 9/11 was going to be exposed, the churches were probably going to have to be involved," Griffin told CT. "If we become convinced that the so-called war on terror is simply a pretext for enlarging the American empire, we have every reason as Christians to try and expose the truth behind 9/11."
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"My hope is—and my anticipation is—that people across the religious spectrum of Christianity will respond with outrage," Griffin said. "Not outrage against me, but outrage against what has been done in the name of democracy and the name of a Christian nation."

The Jolt: Webster Tarpley Joins Mike Malloy On Air America

Webster Tarpley is no stranger to false-flag terror. He investigated the bizarre 1978 kidnapping and murder of former Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro and has been exposing well-connected evil-doers ever since. His Unauthorized Biography of George H. W. Bush is available online; I recommend it very highly. Bring plenty of barf bags.

The Malloy show in which Tarpley appears is three hours long and may take a while to download. If you are sincerely interested in what happened on 9/11, it's well worth the wait, even if you are hampered by a slow internet connection. The Tarpley interview begins at the bottom of the first hour and runs for the remainder of the show. I encourage you to listen to it, more than once if necessary. There's a lot to absorb.

A man much wiser than I once said, "The truth shall set you free."

Here's hoping.