Episode 197 - 9/11/11

08/27/20110 Comments

The tenth anniversary of 9/11 gives us an opportunity to redouble our efforts to spread awareness of 9/11 truth. Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we talk to Kevin Ryan, Michel Chossudovsky and Brian Smyth about some of the events taking place in the run-up to the anniversary and how listeners can get involved.

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Documentation - The Wu Wei Cafe
Time Reference: 01:34
Description: Home page of the "Wu Wei Cafe" podcast, which recently featured James Corbett as a guest.
Link To: wuweicafe.blogspot.com


Documentation - Subscribe to The Corbett Report
Time Reference: 03:19
Description: Thank you again to all of those listeners who have signed up to support The Corbett Report with a 100 yen / month recurring payment. This website would not be possible without your support.
Link To: The Corbett Report


Documentation - NPR hit piece on 9/11 Truth
Time Reference: 06:44
Description: NPR asks the age-old favourite question of the debunkers: "Why do conspiracy theorists believe what they believe?"
Link To: 911blogger.com


Documentation - TorontoHearings.org
Time Reference: 11:17
Description: Web site of the International Hearings on the Events of September 11th, taking place from September 8th-11th, 2011 at Ryerson University.
Link To: torontohearings.org


Documentation - Global Research 9/11 Conference
Time Reference: 26:04
Description: Cynthia McKinney, Wayne Madsen, Michel Chossudovsky and Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya team up to deliver a hard-hitting look at the ways that September 11th has shaped our world at Cinema du Parc in Montreal on September 8, 2011.
Link To: globalresearch.ca


Documentation - TNS Radio
Time Reference: 40:13
Description: An alternative online radio network broadcasting Brian Smyth and other independent media hosts.
Link To: TNS Radio

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