Here's what's at the top of 911Blogger's website now:
Loose Change 2nd Edition Trailer Available
The first edition of Loose Change actually included video interviews with some of the firefighters from the famous discussion in the firehouse which was an incredible achievement in my book.
This edition appears to include video from the aftermath of when a plane crashed into the Empire State Building, which is huge!!
Check out the trailer here:
The official Loose Change website can be found here:
New 911truth member . . . a familiar name from a portland indymedia thread
Timothy McNiven on "lie detector"/PAX tonight
(more disinfo - McNiven's site is considered to be disinfo and 911blogger is promoting it)
911blogger apparently started up in mid-spring 2005, and immediately got attention for copying a video of David Ray Griffin's successful lecture in Madison, Wisconsin (which was broadcast on the C-Span network). 911blogger got instant credibility from many sources for this video link, and emails were soon flying across the internet promoting this site as a place to visit for excellent videos. But what else is at this site?
911blogger features prominent links to WingTV (right-wing promoters and personal attacks of 9/11 researchers Michael Ruppert and Jim Hoffman), Karl Schwarz (an unknown, it would seem, but who links to Letsroll911 & Jack Blood, amongst others) as well as featuring the DVDs 'In Plane Site' and 'Loose Change,' which promote the memes of 'No Commercial Jets,' not only at the Pentagon but also at the WTC! 'Team 8' is featured on there, which promotes 'plane swapping,'
The 9/11 Truth Movement wouldn't even have the David Ray Griffin video had it not been for him. Try focusing on unity, and not who is disinfo and who isn't. Pointing out who is disinformation is disinformation.
The idea that 911blogger was somehow necessary for David Ray Griffin to have made this video is ridiculous. It's a nice touch that the defender of their tactic suggests that 9/11 skeptics should focus on unity (generally a good idea) even though the 911blogger site is promoting fake claims that many 9/11 skeptics are united in thinking are not true.