Saturday, September 19, 2009

An American Biker for 911 Truth


My name is Bruce Arnold, and I live in Miami Beach.  I am a record-holding
long distance motorcycle rider, and the author of numerous articles on
distance riding and motorcyclists' rights.  Yesterday, I released the
October 2009 installment of the "Bruce on Bikers' Rights" online series, an
article entitled "Recession, Revolution and Bikers' Rights".  The PDF
version of the article is attached, and the HTML version is available at
either of these links:

The 911 Truth Movement is featured prominently and positively therein, and I
invite you to email, broadcast, post, re-publish or otherwise use this
article in any way that you think might be beneficial to the cause.  All I
ask is that you take nothing out of context, and include my accreditation.

Keep fighting the good fight!

Bruce Arnold
Co-Moderator, Bruce-n-RC's Biker Forum
Author and Publisher,
Mile Eater Gold Member, Iron Butt Association (IBA)
Sustaining Member, Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF)
2009 Chairman's Circle, American Motorcyclist Association (AMA)
Signatory, 911 Truth Statement & Petition (|

Friday, September 18, 2009

More Questions on 9/11--Asia Times Online

"More Questions on 9/11," Pepe Escobar, Asia Times Online, Sep. 18, 2009

  [Asia Times Online, a site not known for carrying stories about 9/11 or conspiracies, has an excellent article by Pepe Escobar raising questions about 9/11. --B.B.] 

Why Propaganda Trumps Truth

"Why Propaganda Trumps Truth," Paul Craig Roberts,

[This is one of the best articles that I've read explaining why so many people are unwilling to question the official version of 9/11. --B.B.]

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Nationwide Car Wash to Benefit 9/11 First Responders

***ALERT***      ***URGENT***   ***ALERT***
Nationwide Car Wash to benefit sick and dying 9/11 First Responders.

When: 9/26/2009

Where: Across America

To Benefit: The Feal Good Foundation and firstrespondersfirst. org
The Feal Good Foundation is a federally recognized  501 (c) 3 organization, that was created by John Feal, a 9/11 first responder who has developed respiratory illness called "The World Trade Center Cough" John's belief in community and helping people in need is strong, as In 2007 John donated a kidney in a "triple kidney transplant. Please help provide John and the other 9/11 first responders the desperate medical care, prescription  medication and other much needed help by hosting a car wash in your area.
Official Fliers, posters and banners will be available for download in the photos section @, take your disc to the local print shop or Staples and have a b/w banner made for under $10.

 Helpful Hints for a successful car wash.
1.)     Location, location, location. We've all heard this before and that is because it is true. Find a very high traffic area with enough space to work safely and comfortably. If the business owner says no, ask another and another, until you find one and you will find one.
2.)     Advertise your Car Wash in several mediums, post it on all of your social networking sites, craigslist  "Events" and "Barter" page. I.e. Will trade car wash for a donation to the sick and dying 9/11 first responders. Give out a press release to your local broadcast stations, post up fliers, try community bulletin boards etc.
3.)     Have at least 2-4 people holding signs about the car wash.
4.)     Set a goal and have one person with an erasable sign, displaying to prospective customers and passers by, your goal with a running total of donations so far.
5.)     If you contact small business owners, you can likely have all or at least some of your supplies donated.
6.)     Have at least two people in charge of the money and send it A.S.A.P to the Feal Good Foundation or postmarked no later than September 30th, 2009.
7.)     This event is being organized by a 9/11 Truther, the treatment of our national heroes is a national disgrace and is only further evidence that our government does not care to do anything but hamper the truth, even if it means letting our eyewitness' to the truth die horrible, unjustly and untimely deaths.
8.)     Feel free to pass out "Truth Information", although today's message is to put the victims at the forefront "Honor the Victim's" by supporting 9/11 Truth.
9.)          Thank you in advance for your compassion and your time, I want to live in an America that takes care of their sick and fallen, especially our troops and first responders. I want to live in an America that seeks the truth and holds those responsible, however, slight or great, to account.
10.)    Please make this project go viral, make a video presentation for the web the first responders need it. Spread the message far and wide. Let's make this event more than memorable, let's make a tangible difference and get these heroes the help that they so desperately need.
   Michael White

Brainwashing and 911 :

Body of War coming to Btown


 "The Real War," a documentary film series about the current military occupations, debuts with the Bloomington screening of Body of War on at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 16, in the Monroe County Public Library auditorium.
         Bluntly and intimately, Body of War scrutinizes the day-to-day life of a disabled veteran, Tomas Young, 25 years old, who was shot in Iraq, struggles to survive and speaks out publicly against the war. The camera follows him for a period of months, when he passes through several important milestones.
A 2007 film by Ellen Spiro and Phil Donahue, Body of War won the National Board of Review's Best Documentary Award.
Critics from across the political spectrum have raved about Body of War, including the Washington Post, Fox News, the San Francisco Chronicle, the New York Times and many others. The Washington Post called the film "powerful." The New York Times said it was "impossible not to like." Time magazine called it a "superb documentary . . . almost unbearably moving . . . ."  The Washington Post said "don't miss [the film]." The Boston Phoenix called it "stirring and poetic, " and CBS News called it "unforgettable."Fox News called it "riveting." The Kansas City Star said it was "deeply compelling." The Village Voice called the film "deeply affecting."
The next film in the series will be Rethink Afghanistan, to be screened  on Wednesday, October 21. Occupation 101 will follow on Wednesday, November 19.
"The Real War" film series is free and open to the public and sponsored by the Bloomington Peace Action Coalition.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

[AE911Truth] TOMORROW: Commonwealth Club LIVE STREAMING

If you have not heard of AE911Truth organization, or Architect Richard Gage AIA, you can learn about both at Richard Gage has been involved, since shortly after 9-11, trying to find answers to a host of unanswered questions posed by families of victims of 9-11, Fireman at the scene, and various other Engineers, Physicists, Architects and knowledgeable and perceptive citizens, who have been deeply concerned about the conclusions drawn by the 9-11 Commission and by other facts that, simply, do not add-up. I hope you are able to find time to listen to the Live Streaming broadcast of Mr. Gage's presentation.