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  • Merrimack Valley 9/11 Questions Meetup Group

     Great to join public event planning with Seacoast. Already, we have Sander Hicks coming to both Concord and Durham. 

    William W. on Feb 16, 2011.

  • Merrimack Valley 9/11 Questions Meetup Group

     To learn more about 9-11 and all the misinformation surrounding the events of that day. 

    Mark on Nov 3, 2010.

  • Merrimack Valley 9/11 Questions Meetup Group

     Others should join this Meet-Up group because, contrary to what Glenn Beck might say, it's OK to ask questions, even if it's about something really awful! Can you imagine if, after a grizzly murder, the cops said, "This was so horrible! It would be a dishonor to the dead if we investigated the causes of their deaths!" Sounds nuts, right? But that's what the mainstream media says about 9/11 when someone asks a lot of questions. They want us to believe that asking questions is WRONG or somehow hurtful to the people that died and those who survived them. But when something bad happens, naturally people want to get to the bottom of it! Nothing wrong with asking questions. It's a whole other situation when people are developing 'theories' about 'who' and 'why' and 'when'.... but a 9/11 Truth group just has QUESTIONS. We want the TRUTH! If you're tired of all the song-and-dance and crock-pot theories, join the group! Let's get to the bottom of this. 

    Amanda on Nov 19, 2009.

  • Merrimack Valley 9/11 Questions Meetup Group

     1. Learn more about the event, especially the fall of Tower #7; 2. Meet the type of people who support 911 Truith; 3. Become exposed to the myriad of supporting books, videos and writings that show the truth about our country's and our world's leaders; 4. Meet friends to discuss/reality check new events with; 5. Feel one is not alone in what he/she thinks. 

    Terry C. on Mar 18, 2009.

  • Merrimack Valley 9/11 Questions Meetup Group

     I have a positive attitude that this group can help wake up our neighbors to what really happened on 9/11 and why it happened. 

    Jeremy on Nov 28, 2007.


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