Thursday, February 16, 2006

9/11 Tipping Point

Many people want to spread the truth about 9/11, but don't know how to do so.

Of course, it partly depends on where your talents lie. If you're a good writer but are shy around people, then write letters to the editor of your local paper. Or if you're a talented researcher, then find an aspect of 9/11 that hasn't been discovered or documented before, to help fill in a missing piece of the puzzle.

If you don't mind talking to people, then I have some advice for you. Sociological studies show that it is especially helpful to concentrate efforts to persuade on the following types of people:

• People who have alot of friends or contacts

• People who are in positions of influence (such as ministers, rabbis, community and business leaders)


• People who are just plain talented at persuading others.

Studies show that these are the type of people who make social changes happen, that convert trends from small potatoes to national movements. These are the kinds of people that make "tipping points" happen where things start to snowball.

So your assignment, should you choose to accept it, is to inform the above-described kinds of people about the most hard-hitting facts about 9/11. If you would like a potential source for such hard-hitting facts, look here.

If we present the hardest-hitting 9/11 facts to these types of folks, we will create a "tipping point" that will make 9/11 truth an unstoppable national movement.


Blogger carlweis said...

I have not yet clicked the blue "here," pne of GW's favorite references, but I commend the brevity and power of this statement.

There reeally has NEVER been an issue so stark as this one and the "tipping point" WILL BE ACHIEVED on this, because the truth IS so clear AND because it matters so much. Nicely spoken, George. Is Martha on board? get the women talking, too. THAT can be powerful.

9:04 PM  
Blogger bb said...

Where is Oprah?

10:25 AM  
Blogger EmptyGround said...

A few things I'm working on, not all too original, but I thought I'd share:

1) passing out Loose Change 2 DVD's (particularly on Bush-stickered cars or "9/11 Never Forget" cars or signs). I'd like to make a DVD of James Fetzer and Webster Tarpley for passing out--they lay it out very well.

2) haven't done this yet--suggestions welcome: leaving printed sheets of 9/11 questions at cafes, restaurants, or anywhere that there are house newspapers out for customers to read. Here's where I could use help: I'd like a brief synopsis of the towers collapsing (since the use of explosives just seems undebatable at this point) and also the war games (b/c of the "you gotta be kidding me" coincidence factor).

3) I am admittedly an eBay junkie and regularly sell (drum-related) stuff. I've started to just leave a web address like at the bottom of the item description even though it has nothing to do with percussion.

Just thought I'd chime in.

8:00 PM  
Blogger bb said...

Seriously, Oprah should have the Jersey Girls on, if she hasn't already. That could be a tipping point.

1:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I take a black sharpie marker with me everywhere I go and write easy to remember urls on bathroom walls, bus stops, grocery stores, etc. - - - - - - etc. - I write them on every bill of any denomination that crosses my path as well -

7:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Call for the creation of a Truth Commission on the Events of September 11, 2001 which would grant amnesty from prosecution to all those willing to come forth and give testimony on the events of that day.

People will be more willing to speak out if they can declare that they wish only to learn the truth, not to punish.

Imagine the impact that would be made by photos of thousands of people in Washington carrying signs reading: "I forgive you, George Bush. I just want to know the truth."

1:01 PM  

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