Thursday, August 03, 2006

National Reading Month

Wisconsin State Representative Steve Nass has called for the University of Wisconsin to fire professor Kevin Barrett for his belief that 9/11 was an inside job, but hasn't looked at any of the facts concerning 9/11 for himself.

Texas pastor Toby Brown is attacking David Ray Griffin's newest book, "Christian Faith and the Truth Behind 9/11", but hasn't bothered to read it.

Okay, Listen up . . .

I am declaring August to be "National Reading Month". Everyone who still believes the official story about 9/11 -- but hasn't looked at the evidence for themselves -- has until the end of the month to get up to speed on the subject.

During National Reading Month, political, religious and other leaders cannot make any ill-informed, half-baked statements about 9/11 unless they include references to the facts cited by Professors Barrett and Griffin, and honestly explain what homework they still have to do and which facts they have not yet looked into.

After September 1, 2006, any leaders defending the official story will be given a failing grade.

Reading the cliffnotes summary will not be allowed. And "the dog ate my homework" is not an acceptable excuse.

Class dismissed . . .


Blogger Tahoma Activist said...

Brilliant! Now if only these programmed monkeys were willing to accept that they were wrong and that they should read anything that challenges their beliefs.

It's almost like they think reading about 9/11 is like reading the Satanic Bible. Like it will corrupt their minds and weaken their faith.

6:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

9-11 conspiracy believers showing thier true colors.

Even better, check out the comments on the video.

10:56 AM  
Blogger lilsumo said...

the above video is a propaganda...

9:46 AM  

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