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Covered events include (but not limited to)
September 11-13th — Street Actions in NYC
September 11 — AE911Truth Press Conference 11AM EDT
September 11 — NYC Premiere: Anatomy of a Great Deception 2 PM EDT
September 13 — AE911Truth Symposium 2 PM EDT
Great Recent AE911Truth Radio Interviews
August 21 — Alex Jones Radio Show (15-min)
September 4 — George Noory – Coast to Coast AM (2-hrs)
September 10 — James Corbett – Corbett Report (20-min)
September 11 — Jesse Ventura PodCastOne – We the People (30-min) - (Note – pre-recorded doesn't air until Sept 11)The Anatomy of a Great Deception
We will be sharing and screening all around the world the powerful new movie, The Anatomy of a Great Deception, which will be premiering this September:
|Come to New York on Sept 11th!||
|Written by AE911Truth Staff|
|Friday, 05 September 2014 16:32|
But it needs you there. Can you get to New York to help us? Check out and download the full NYC schedule full NYC schedule for dates, times, and locations.
Thursday, September 11 – NYC
signs and banners, at the World Trade Center.We start the day at 9:00 AM with a protest, complete with
Then we join AE911Truth founder Richard Gage for an 11:00 AM press conference, where every US citizen will be called upon to speak out publicly against the lies told to the world about the largest crime in America's history and will be asked to take back the reins of this country.
Next we convene at 2:00 PM in East Village for the NYC Premiere of The Anatomy of a Great Deception, followed by a Q&A and remarks by special guest speakers.
After the film showing, we participate in a "mini-march" up to Union Square, where educating the public about the truth of 9/11 continues.
At 8:00 PM, we're invited to attend the New York City premiere of the challenging play, "This is Not About 9/11," which addresses unanswered questions about the topic that causes most New Yorkers to go silent. The play, which has received rave reviews, was written by 9/11 family member Sarah Van Auken, daughter of one of the four Jersey Girls (9/11 widows), who lost her father that tragic day.