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 Alive And Well:, and to date, no corrections....
Posted: Sep 24 2007, 06:08 PM


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People across the political spectrum agree that the Bush administration is untrustworthy yet when it comes to 9/11, so many blindly accept that there WERE hijackers, per se. I'll remind all that we have only our own government's word on that one and so far that has shown to be something we can trust.

Few are familiar with the research of a handful of people whose discoveries were so unnerving to the establishment that it sicked some of its biggest 9/11 gatekeepers on them, gatekeepers that are, themselves, erroneously thought of as being legitimate journalists and by that I mean thought of as legitimate by the resistance. Hey, we can all be fooled. Here is a piece I wrote last year:

The 9/11 Information that Ruppert Doesn't Want You to Hear
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