The March for Answers is a not just a protest march against further suppression of NYC CAN in its battles with the City of New York City to get the referendum for a new 9/11 investigation on the November ballot.
In this context, think of the city as Mike Bloomberg, who just bought his third term as mayor despite New Yorkers voted twice to limit local elected officials to two terms. Term limits were extended by Bloomberg with a good twist of the arms of the City Council and pushed through. So much for the will of the people.
Yet, in the case of NYC CAN, I can readily see why this should be a can of worms for many of the participants in 9/11 still lurking in the city shadows, not to mention in several Middle Eastern countries, including Israel, who all call themselves our friends. With friends like these who needs enemies. That said, NYC CAN filed a 621-page Bill of Particulars on August 27 in response to a summary judgment that was to be made by September 21.
I have a great deal of respect for all the 9-11 truth activists, but calling for a new investigation just gives the government another chance to lie to us, paid for by tax dollars.
I refuse to grant to the government the authority to tell me whether my conclusions about 9-11 are correct or not. I do not need them to tell me I am correct, and this government they will never ever admit error.
WE already know all we need to know. The government lied to the people about 9-11, just as they lied about Saddam's "nookular" bombs, just as they are lying now about Iran.
Calling for a new investigation is just a means to avoid the real issue, which is that the time has come for WE THE PEOPLE to decide what we are going to do about a government that lies to us about ... everything.
Are we going to fire the liars?
Or will you meekly bow down your heads and believe as you are ordered to believe?
One is the path of freedom.