Milo is the host of Touch, a daily program from 5:00-6:00 PM Pacific on The Bridge, 95.1 FM in Guerneville. Milo has invited me (Brian Romanoff) to be a regular guest on his show to try to bring more light into the events of 9/11. I appreciate the opportunity and I hope you enjoy the show.
This week we discussthe big NIST lie of finding no evidence for explosions during the WTC collapse investigation.
Available as a live-stream every Monday 5:00-6:00 PM Pacific at the website provided below:
The airwaves are filled with blame for Republicans for not passing the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Bill, yet that is the short-sighted view of a very long and unnecessarily drawn out issue. Blame is across the board for the last 9 years of delays.
“Think of the thousands of file cabinets, computers, and telephones in those towers – I never saw one – everything was pulverized,’ he said. ‘Everything that was above grade – above the 6th and 7th floor – disintegrated…it was like an explosion.”
- Peter Tully of Tully Construction, contractor responsible for the eastern quadrant of the pile– the South Tower, WTC 4 and 5, and underground
“I’m from New York, I was at Ground Zero and it changed my life. I’m a native New Yorker to the day I die. I had to be there. I was stunned. I was as close as I am to you now looking down in the hole days after it happened. For everyone involved it was traumatic. I saw people just sitting there exhausted because the guys had worked two or three days straight.”
On September 11th this year we ran into Janet Napolitano, director of the Dept. of Homeland Security, while visiting the reflecting pool memorial inside the “pit.” Here is the video of 9-11 family member Manny Badillo’s conversation with her regarding World Trade Center #7. Please spread far and wide and enjoy! WeAreChangeOklahoma
A sad scene from what appears to be the night of 9/11 as rescue workers work tirelessly looking for survivors and their fellow firefighters who were in the buildings during their destruction.
Amazingly, after 220 stories of buildings “collapsed” into the streets right below, the streets were quite walkable for the rescue personnel. Shouldn’t there be a massive pile of a building, TIMES 2?
At the 6:58 mark there seems to be a very bright glow. It appears to be molten red hot metal in the mid-ground of the camera frame once the camera zooms in. Though no one seems to agree with me on that.
And particularly for him to make the statement here in Manhattan, just a little north of ground zero, where families lost their loved ones, people of all faiths, all ethnicities who see this as the seminal tragedy of this generation, for him to make a statement like that was inexcusable.”
Only weeks ago the media distractions towards the mosque were at an all time high. Many of those against the building of the mosque had this to say:
Sarah Palin: “Build a mosque….but somewhere else that’s less offensive and less provoking.”"
Donald Trump: “I think it is very insensitive to build it there. I think it is not appropriate. I think it’s insensitive and it shouldn’t be built there.”
Newt Gingrich: “I’m quite happy if they’d come in and said, ‘We want to build a community center near Central Park, we’d like to build a community center near Columbia University.’ But they didn’t. They said right at the edge (of Ground Zero)…”
Glenn Beck: “I’m opposed to it. I think it’s crazy.”
Dem. Governor of Illinois Pat Quinn: “I do believe that there are special places on Earth that should have a zone of solemnity around them. I would strongly urge those who are thinking of putting a mosque within that zone to rethink their position.“
The web is filled with references to the mosque being too close to Ground Zero, made by people like I have pointed out above.
Obama has aligned his positions with Beck, Palin, Gingrich and many others in limiting and restricting the most basic freedoms around the site of the World Trade Center.
It is time to see through the smoke and mirrors; 9/11 is being used by both parties as an excuse to limit civil liberties and curtail freedoms worldwide while continuing the occupations of aggression in the Middle East.
Jeremy Fox: When it went off…. The second building…. It… You saw an explosion and then you just saw a humongous cloud of smoke go up and you saw the building start to fall down and then you saw the core of the building just start to disintegrate into itself..
The first time I heard about the Park51 Islamic community center was on May 6, 2010, when I received the following e-mail from a New York TV reporter:
“I’m doing story today about the proposed mosque project at the WTC site. I am interviewing the developers but I am also trying to look for family members who think building a mosque at the site is a bad idea.”
“Bad idea” — that was a bit leading, wasn’t it? I always thought journalists were supposed to be objective, and yet, here we were, the “victims of 9/11,” being prodded for our outrage. An hour later, another e-mail arrived, this time from CNN. The language was more measured: “As a family member of someone who was killed in the attacks on 9/11, what do you think about the decision to construct a mosque this close to Ground Zero?”
The International Center for 9/11 Studies has secured the release of hundreds of hours of video footage and tens of thousands of photographs used by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for its investigation of the collapse of the World Trade Center Twin Towers and Building 7. This material is being released to the Center under the Freedom of Information Act, in response to a lawsuit the Center filed against NIST.
The Center filed a FOIA Request with NIST on January 26, 2009, seeking production of “all of the photographs and videos collected, reviewed, cited or in any other way used by NIST during its investigation of the World Trade Center building collapses.” Following several unsuccessful attempts to get NIST to even acknowledge receipt of the Request, the Center was forced to file a lawsuit on May 28, 2009. Shortly after the lawsuit was filed, the Request was assigned a reference number, and NIST began periodically releasing batches of responsive records. To date, the Center has received over 300 DVDs and several external hard disk drives that contain responsive records – more than 3 terabytes of data so far – and NIST has indicated that additional records will be released in the future.
We are currently looking at the best ways to distribute these materials to interested researchers and journalists around the world. It has taken NIST more than 8 months so far to produce a partial archive of photographs and videos in their possession, but we hope to be more efficient in our efforts. Because of the huge volume of data, we are working on a wiki-style website to facilitate review and discussion of any interesting items that are discovered by researchers.
The following video contains footage of the South Tower’s “collapse”. Before the debris hits the ground, you will see an explosion in the foreground of the South Tower. The explosion seems to continue into a second, more powerful explosion: It may also be multiple, succesive explosions - it is hard to tell. Conveniently, the ground-level explosion’s dust and debris is, within seconds, smothered by the dust and debris from the South Tower’s “collapse”.
The following video is from before the “collapse” of the South Tower. Notice the extreme damage to the area of the parking lot near the walkway, the same area as the video above but minutes before the “collapse”. The video then shows a photograph of smoke billowing out of the ground floor of the South Tower well before the collapse.
(This is not in any way an endorsement of Keith Olbermann)
Aug 27, 2010
Watch the below videos to see that although Donna mentions “19 criminals”, she has asked and is still asking many questions about 9/11. She has attended and spoken at more than one 9/11 truth event. Read the rest of this entry »