Tag: 10th Anniversary

9/11 Awakening Demo at the BBC Manchester, England (WeAreChange)

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10th September 2011 saw members of WeAreChange gather outside the BBC in Manchester, England for a special '9/11 Awakening Demo' to mark the 10th anniversary of this horrific attack on New York and the subsequent deaths of over 3000 innocent people. Hundreds of leaflets were given out to a generally receptive public. Our signs and megaphone also helped to get out the vital message that 9/11 WAS AN INSIDE JOB!! www.WeAreChangeManchester.com http

Thomas Kean Runs Away From 911 Cover Up

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SUPPORT THE RESISTANCE www.wearechange.org www.facebook.com www.twitter.com www.WeAreChange.org Luke Rudkowski finds the Chairman of the 9 Commission Report Thomas Kean and won't leave him alone until the unanswered questions about 9/11 are answered. Of course Kean run's away, dodges questions and calls over security during the questioning when asked about Philip Zelikow's 9/11 Commission outline, that was written before the investigation started. If this video shows anything, it shows how there was a massive cover up of the events of 9/11 by the Bush Administration. Please share this video with your friends and family as the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches to demand a REAL 9/11 INVESTIGATION. Sorry for the audio problems the $10 microphone we use acts up sometimes. More surprises still to come, subscribe to the WeAreChange channel to see more in the upcoming days. Special Thanks to Bob McIlvaine for being an amazing human being and Dustin D editor rememberbuilding7.org

Denis Leary Upset Over 9-11 Memorial

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Jen Trani Guitar App download! mhlo.co "Rescue Me" star Denis Leary feels firefighters are getting burned for not being invited to the 9-11 memorial on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks this Sunday. On September 2nd, he Tweeted: "Firefighters who worked @ Ground Zero 19% more likely to get cancer. And 100% more likely not to get invited to 9/11 memorial next week." The 54-year-old actor and comedian was on the Joy Behar Show to discuss the series finale of his firefighter drama on Wednesday night and he also discussed his frustration over the exclusion. "The firefighters were not invited to the memorial this week, but they weren't invited down (to the Twin Towers) on that day, but they showed up anyways. Listen, I understand the numbers, I understand there's gonna be a lot of people down there, I just find it very hard to believe you can't find some way, not just with the firefighters, but with the police as well, to have those guys represented." According to Behar, Mayor Bloomberg has delegated the first day of ceremonies for the families of the victims, and the second day will be for everyone else. "I think you could at least take a sampling of guys, whether you wanna go with chiefs or lieutenants or a mixture of firefighters and officers and have them down there (for the first day). There's a thing that happens in this country which I don't understand with our military and first responders. They are supposedly appreciated when they show up to save all of us ...