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The 9/11 Censorship: a Blessing in Disguise

Do you fully understand that the 9/11 terror attacks were really a poorly covered false flag?

Have you ever wondered why so many VIPs, institutions and groups have failed to denounce it?

Are you ever tired of hitting blank walls with the 9/11 Truth message? If you answered "yes", please join us for a presentation by Dan Noel, Orange County 9/11 Truth organizer and Platonic analyst. His presentation is based on his recent e-book.

Find out how 9/11 truth-seekers can take a step back, reflect on the limitations of their outreach, and redirect their energy towards highly promising and very down-to-earth goals with a couple of simple novel tools.

also posted at Meetup: Orange County 9/11 Truth

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  • Bill R.

    Presentation was fantastic

    November 15, 2010

  • Dan N.

    SD911Truth’s hospitality was remarkable. Its leaders are so good at making their speaking guests comfortable!

    SD911Truth somehow selected seasoned 9/11 truth-seekers as the audience. They were largely ready, willing and glad to absorb my "9/11 advanced class."

    I abbreviated my presentation compared to previous ones, focusing on the 9/11 censorship and not delving into its broader pathocratic context, but most people asked good questions and took my e-book ('s reference on their way out. With a bit of luck, this event will assist the best 9/11 Truth group in SoCal to refine its strategy and become the political bulldozer it deserves to be.


    November 15, 2010

  • Dwain D.

    Excellent talk. Gave new insight on the bigger picture that I'm sure will give me greater understanding. Q&A afterwords also very good.


    November 15, 2010

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