Got... to.... keep.... a.... cold.... head.... OK. This probably won't awaken amerika, but it _feels_ good gawddamnit, even if this fades back in the back of people's mind later with the appropriate amount of corporate media spin and cover up.
<a href=" link to fromthewilderness.com
(the PDF is at http://fromthewilderness.com/PDF/Washpost_2003_05_16_p25.pdf )
(can someone in the US scan the [physical, dead tree] newspaper with the actual ad? this almost sounds too good to be true).
Excerpts (go the the above link to read it in full):
May 16, 2003, 0500 PDT (FTW) - From The Wilderness today ran a full-page ad in the front section of The Washington Post intended to educate the American people, support heroic leaders and promote a number of independent media outlets which have made important contributions since 9/11. The ad was the direct result of a donation from a subscriber who had recently viewed FTW Publisher Mike Ruppert's video "The Truth and Lies of 9-11". The ad that ran today was actually a second version, the text of which had to be changed after the first version apparently caused some nervousness in Washington.
It's an interesting story.
The text of the first ad, which reached the Post on April 23rd, contained two sections of well-supported text that were sharply critical of Army Secretary Thomas White. White was suddenly fired by Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld three days after the ad reached the Post. FTW has not been able to confirm that the ad was leaked but publisher Michael Ruppert strongly suspects it.