Friday, May 01, 2009

German Daily Newspaper on Political Leaders for 9/11 Truth


April 29, 2009
Posted at 911video.de/news

In Germany the daily newspaper Junge Welt on March, 4 2009 published following article on the new petition.

9/11 - Today's Project of Investigation

At long last politicians from several countries succeeded to unite in calling for a "new, really independent investigation to find out what happened on 9/11." In the petition 12 politicians from seven countries call on US president Barack Obama to authorize such an investigation.

The investigations until now were conducted only by people who "were closely connected with the Bush/Cheney administration, or where even working in it."

Their findings differed radically from results independent researchers from different fields have reached. These researcher-groups--among them architects, engineers, firefighters, legal professionals, pilots, religious leaders, academics, veterans and medical professionals--for a long time have called for a new investigation. Now the time had come to have politicians take it to heart. (Read the letter to President Obama.)

Doubts about the official version of the collapse of the towers of the World Trade Center on 9/11 have been on the mind of many people in the last years. A collapse of the of the myth about Osama and his 19 bandits could have incalculable consequences.

It's going to be interesting which German parliamentarian will dare to affiliate with the group of Political Leaders for 9/11 Truth (pl911truth.com). As of now the former Secretary of State in the Defense Ministry Andreas von B├╝low signed the petition. In the UK the former Minister of Environment Michael Meacher joined the group; in the USA five more politicians signed the petition, among them the former governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura and former US Congressman Dan Hamburg. Others are the Italians Giulietto Chiesa and Gianni Vattimo and Paul Lannoye from Belgium, three active and one former EU-parliamentarians.

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