Joined: 24 Jul 2005
|Posted: Fri Sep 23, 2005 8:49 pm Post subject: About the British 9-11 Truth Campaign
The campaign recognises that there is a diverse range of opinion amongst 9/11 truth campaigners. We aim to unite opinion from Michael Meacher MP to David Icke. The campaign does not endorse any one presentation of the evidence or individual. What we do say is when taken in totality the evidence overwhelmingly supports the need to reopen 9/11. The greatest challenge is lack of public awareness and debate of this evidence and promoting this awareness and debate is our primary purpose.
We call on people from the media to support us
We call on politicians to support us
We call on people from security, intelligence and law enforcement communities to support us
We call on people from the business community to support us
We call for support from around the world and provided we share the same vision, we will support you in turn
We call on all people to be true to thyself, to love oneself and each other.
Speak your own truth and free others to speak theirs
Your support can be as small as publicly supporting the need to reinvestigate 9/11 Sign our petition.
We seek to work across any political, social or religious divides: for all divisions are artificial and temporary. We seek tolerance, debate and diversity across the movement. We aim to be a welcoming, open and transparent movement that unites rather than divides and works for peace, transparency, disclosure, accountability, justice, reconciliation and truth and global transformation.
We will act respectfully both within and beyond the campaign. We promote only non-violent and legal campaigning and will work for legal justice for any one who, out of conscious, breaks the law in acts of non-violent, civil disobedience or in efforts to uncover the truth or who is disadavantaged at work due to their beliefs.
Hate breeds hate, tolerance breeds tolerance, love breeds love
Who we are and what we do
We are who and what we say we are. We are transparent and can show how we came to be where we are now. We are a loose network of campaigners that has grown up since January 2004. The network continues to grow rapidly. Autonomous local groups and clusters of campaigners have formed organically and work independently from the 'centre'. The 'centre' is a nebulous and undefined group of key campaigners who have been involved in the campaign's growth and continue to manage this website and key events. The 'centre' is currently represented by Ian Crane, Chair and Annie Machon, Secretary.
Further inquiries: 07986 616941
Last editted by Ian Neal September 13 2006