Friday, February 16, 2007

William Rodriguez Tours the UK!

I have just found out that William Rodriguez is now in the middle of a one month lecture tour in the UK to expose the ongoing and deliberate cover-up as to what really happened on September 11th, 2001.

Last Man Out JPG

Without question, his testimony must be heard by all... William Rodriguez was the last man out of the North Tower. He saved hundreds of lives, but the 9/11 Commission and the Major Media hid his revealing testimony from the American people and the world!

Check out his UK tour schedule here!

And definitely check out this post on 911 Blogger...

The Herald GIF

Today in the UK newspaper the Daily Herald his story by Eleanor Cowie was published! Read it here!

Here is an excerpt:

The 9/11 conspiracy: secrets, lies and a global campaign
ELEANOR COWIE February 16 2007

THE annals of American history had already reserved a place for William Rodriguez, but he was not content with a mere footnote.

The 43-year-old former New York janitor claims to have been the last man out of the north tower of the World Trade Centre before it imploded on September 11, 2001. Just moments before the tower's final destruction, Rodriguez assisted firemen and rescue crew in saving hundreds of lives. But for the Puerto Rican, the experience also marked the beginning of a life-changing journey - or, in his words, "a quest for the truth".

Rodriguez has become the poster boy for a movement currently sweeping the globe, which claims the official story of what happened on 9/11 - that four US airlines were hijacked by Osama bin Laden's terrorists to attack Western civilisation - is a pack of lies. These activists, who call themselves the 9/11 Truth Campaign, believe the real version of events has been hidden and are convinced that the worst terrorist attack on US soil was perpetrated to justify aggressive US foreign policy in the Middle East.

Partly because he was an eye-witness to the day's events, Rodriguez's testimony plays a key role in giving credence to the allegations of the 9/11 Truth campaign. In the past five years, he has, in effect, turned evangelist for this conspiracy movement, assuming celebrity status among supporters as he travels around the globe lecturing to millions on what he saw and heard on that fateful day...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ms. Cowie quite perceptively points out that "the only evidence put forward in two hours of discussion was his own testimony.... and [he] clouded the issue with unnecessary razzmatazz."