A decision that many of us were waiting on with baited breath - C-Span's scheduling of the American Scholars Symposium highlights - infuses the 9/11 truth movement with a fresh injection of credibility and exposure to more mainstream audiences.
The panel features incredible presentations by 9/11 Scholars for Truth founder James Fetzer, BYU Physics Professor Steven Jones, President of the Institute for Space and Security Studies Dr. Robert M. Bowman, Lt. Col., USAF, ret., Filmmaker and Radio Broadcaster Alex Jones, and Terrorism Expert Webster Tarpley.
C-Span viewers will witness what many consider to be the most hard hitting conference to date including the most professional and credible speakers ever assembled.
The program will air on C-SPAN 1 at 8PM EST (7PM CST) on Saturday, July 29th and then air again for the West Coast at 11pm EST (10pm CST).
I've been a subscriber to Alex Jones' website for the last two years. I've seen most of the presentations from this conference. It's fairly amazing to me that CSPAN is airing some of the talks.
I know 9/11 conspiracies are still a hot button topic, but nothing is going to be easier that setting your Tivo's to record this and spending a couple of hours out of your life to at least hear what the people on the other side of the fence are saying.
I've been lambasted for my views in the past on Memestreams and have pretty much given up trying to talk about my research here. You have to arrive at your own conclusions. I've been equated with people who believe the towers didn't really collapse and were just special effects and Holocaust deniers in the same breath (thank you for that Elonka, it made my day let me tell you.) There are too many unanswered questions about 9/11 for me though, so I press on with research.
Still, this should be an easy pick. I really believe you should check it out. You can even watch CSPAN online if you don't have cable TV (like me.)
Would love to hear back from all of you that choose to watch it and tell me what you thought.
I'll definitely tivo it to scan through it since I believe there's more to it than just Al Q just running some planes into buildings, particularly the Pentagon, but my biggest beef with conspiracy theories in general (not 9/11 specifically) is that it requires incredible prescience and infalliable execution and discretion from humans. That's just something that doesn't happen. If bank robbers and hackers can't do it, I can't see government agencies (remember, these are people who are essentially a few steps removed from the DMV) pulling stuff off. Human organizations of more than a few people are just too unwieldy to make it work.