Saturday, April 01, 2006


Here's an easy and very effective way to spread 9-11 truth:

Simply write "" on every dollar bill which you have. Don't say anything, don't make a big fuss about it. Just write it, and then use your money like you normally do.

If thousands of people did this, it would get many people who would otherwise not check out the Scholars for 9/11 Truth website to take a peek out of curiousity. There are many other good 9/11 websites. However, is very short and easy to remember. Also, people can't tell right away what the site is from its domain name, so many people who wouldn't otherwise check out 9/11 truth might.

Think about how easy it would be to go "viral" with this. People that get interested in 9/11 truth could write on their own bills, and multiply the effect.

Money could act as a free billboard. The mainstream media can't censor it or black it out.

Everyone handles money. Rich people and poor people alike. Money that's spent in a big city might end up in a small, rural town (see this site if you don't know how far money can travel).

Instead of being "the root of all evil", money could end up being an important means for spreading 9/11 truth, in a climate where the mainstream media doesn't want to discuss this issue in any depth.

Please note that it is apparently unlawful to alter a bill with the "intent to render [such] bill unfit to be reissued." I don't know what "unfit to be reissued" means. Maybe if you don't write too large, it will remain fit? I also don't know what type of intent is required.

Also, if you write the domain name of your own website, it might be considered unlawful "advertising", especially if you take in any money through your website.

You should research this issue yourself to decide whether or not it is illegal. I am not advocating that anyone break the law. I have spent a grand total of 30 seconds researching this, and urge you to thoroughly research this issue yourself to make sure that you don't break the law. Think for yourself. I do.


Anonymous Augustin said...

Interesting idea.

See this bill:


11:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i know it may not reach as many people, because it would be torn off the first time you hand it out, but what about putting a "sticky" note on all your $1's that way at least on person would get the idea... and IF they like what they read, they are more likely to leave the sticky on or replace it with a fresh one.

7:48 AM  
Blogger Citisucks said...

Great Idea. I doesn't sound like it violates the law as you can still reuse the money.

6:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a great idea.

I think the disclaimer can be done without.

+_-|\/| `~\

3:47 AM  

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