Craig McKee of Truth and Shadows returns to discuss his latest article, “9/11 truthers must focus on destroying the official story, not splintering over dozens of theories,” in which he argues that activists must consider all the evidence when studying 9/11 and cautions against the infighting and aggressive push to reinforce aspects of the official story—tactics that harm the cause of truth. He also shares his research on and insights into the movement’s hotly-contested Pentagon issue and how it relates to the message in his article.
Andy Steele is joined by AIA members William Prevatel and David Mack and by AE911Truth’s Director of Strategy and Development, Ted Walter, to discuss the WTC 7 resolution vote at the AIA Conference on Architecture in Orlando last week. The conversation explores why delegates shrank from the historic opportunity to call for a new WTC 7 investigation.
Architects and AIA members Richard Gage and Henry MacLean join host Andy Steele to discuss the 2017 WTC 7 Resolution, which will be voted on in one week at the AIA National Convention in Orlando, Florida.
Civil engineering professor Leroy Hulsey and AE911Truth Director of Strategy and Development Ted Walter tell host Andy Steele about the progress of the World Trade Center 7 study currently underway at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele first reads excerpts from the 2009 paper “Conspiracy Theories: Causes and Cures” by Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule. He then points out that the behaviors and motivations that the paper’s two authors attribute to “conspiracy theorists” actually apply to those who rabidly defend the official story surrounding what destroyed the Twin Towers and WTC 7 on 9/11.
Host Andy Steele is joined by Richard Gage, AIA, Dan Barnum, FAIA, and Ted Walter to discuss AE911Truth’s upcoming WTC 7 resolution, which will be voted on by delegates at the AIA’s annual convention in Orlando at the end of April. Among the topics discussed are: (1) the increasing awareness among architects of the controlled demolition evidence that AE911Truth presents, (2) this year’s denial to AE911Truth of exhibit booth space on the convention floor, and (3) AE911Truth’s evolving outreach to building professionals.
Host Andy Steele is joined by AE911Truth’s Director of Strategy and Development, Ted Walter, and former NIST employee, Peter Ketcham, to discuss Peter’s criticism of NIST’s reports on the destruction of the Twin Towers and WTC 7 on 9/11, and his support for a new investigation.
Tonight’s show features an important topic for 9/11 Truth groups and all activist organizations. Andy Steele and Jeff Long discuss COINTELPRO — a linguistic portmanteau derived from the COunter INTELligence PROgram launched by the FBI in 1956.
They look at COINTELPRO’s history and at the various distraction and deception tactics that its agents employ to hinder activists. Three techniques Long and Steele spotlight: the attempt by infiltrators to gain access to a group’s membership information; the creation of clone counter groups to divide targeted organizations; and the insertion of outside topics into single-issue groups to dilute, divert, and confuse their mission.
Andy Steele is joined by Tony Szamboti, one of the contributors to AE911Truth’s most recent report, “The Plasco Building Collapse in Tehran, a Preliminary Assessment”.
Craig McKee of Truth and Shadows discusses with host Andy Steele his recent article, “Being a truther means ridicule, insults, and polite dismissals from those who grabbed the blue pill.” They talk about how the article is meant to give readers insight into the effects that being a truth activist has on interactions with others.