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“9-11 EXPOSURE: NEW YORK CITY AND BEYOND: Demolishing Pretexts For The 'War On T
Date Thursday February 05
Time 6:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location Details
Event Type Panel Discussion
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THE BIGGEST STORY NEVER TOLD
9/11 EXPOSURE EVENT IN BERKELEY, CA 

“9-11 EXPOSURE: NEW YORK CITY AND BEYOND: Demolishing Pretexts For The 'War On Terror'”


JIM HOFFMAN on How the World Trader Centers Twin Towers and Building 7 Were Demolished

KEN JENKINS video 9/11 Perspective (excerpts)

YURI KOCHIYAMA on 100 Years of U.S. Government Pretexts for War and Empire

DON PAUL on Knowing Our Enemy and Preventing the Next 9/11


Sponsored by: the Social Justice Committee of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists

PUBLIC DIALOGUE after the Presentations

SUGGESTED DONATION: $5 (no one turned away)

For more information, call: (510) 527-7543

(Wheelchair accessible)

Refreshments 

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Essential, new and damning truths have yet to reach the general public about 9/11, the 'Attack on America' that has led to a worldwide 'War on Terror' and unprecedented repression of civil rights in this nation. 

In an effort to prove beyond a doubt that the World Trade Centers 110-story Twin Towers and 47-story Building 7 were demolished by internal explosions on September 11, 2001 and so to prove that participants within the U.S. Government must have committed the mass murder of 2952 people on that that day in New York City, researchers Jim Hoffman (http://www.wtc7.net) and Don Paul will present and discuss several sets of physical evidence. 

Ken Jenkins' compilation of video-pieces traces the facts of conspiracies from December 7. 1941 to the late 1960s: conspiracies responsible for the mass murder at Pearl Harbor, CIA coups, and the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King. 

Yuri Kochiyama will scan the United States use of pretexts for invading countries from the late 19th century (Cuba, the Phillipines) to the early 21st century (Afghanistan, Iraq). 

The night will conclude with a public dialogue about the evidence and tactics by which everyday people can overcome a Government and media capable of committing or covering up the crimes that will be shown.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Feb 3rd, 2004 10:25 AM

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