Here is an excerpt from the second session of the 911 Truth International Conference...
I was actually planning to have Ian Woods of Global Outlook give a short introduction to himself and the work he is doing, but he could not make it to the conference. So instead, I asked William to take the stage for five minutes... That ‘five’ minutes turned into more than twenty, but went so fast we didn’t realize it till he finished!
As you will hear, his testimony leaves little doubt (I am really tempted to say ‘zero doubt’...) as to the use of explosive devices in the destruction of the World Trade Center buildings, especially when taking into consideration the testimony of Professor Steven E. Jones... If you already haven’t seen Professor Jones talk about the use of explosive material to bring about the World Trade Center collapse, check out this movie on Google Video.
I believe in being open to all viewpoints, even those that I do not necessarily agree with. If we are to live in a peaceful world, then we must allow others to express their opinions. I say this as there are disagreements as to what type of explosives may have brought down the buildings...
I don’t think we should be wasting our precious energy on such arguements, up to a point, yes, but for me, the purpose of my work is to bring and end to the wars that were created as a result of this horrible event and to change the system that made these events actually come about.
Of course, finally, my purpose is to stop such events from ever happening again in the future!
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