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A video that must be seen

Dear Editor:

Citizens For 9/11 Truth has shown nine powerful videos about the events of Sept. 11, 2001, the most important event in recent world history.

The first video drew about 30 viewers. After that the attendance ranged from six to 14. I am thankful for those who did show up. They are helping to spread the word. However, considering the seriousness of the topic, I am quite concerned that the apathy shown by the citizenry of this valley bodes ill for our collective future.

There will probably be only one last showing on this topic. That will be “9/11: The Greatest Lie Ever Sold,” by Anthony Hilder, at noon on Saturday, April 15, in the Glenwood Springs Public Library basement.

Here are the contents of the flier for that video: It’s not just about the murder of 3,000 people. It’s about serial killers in control of the U.S. government. It’s about creating the justification for war against Islam. It’s about setting the stage for world government through world war. It’s about the transference of power from the people to the president and the police. It’s about high treason. It’s about the betrayal of every nation and every person on planet Earth. It’s about creating a neo-Nazi super state. It’s about the plan to kill, control or incarcerate 80 percent of the people in the world. It’s about the greatest con job the world has ever known. It’s about lies, deception, crime, corruption, cruelty and theft as never before known in human history. It’s about torture. It’s about controlling the supply of heroin. It’s about oil. It’s about establishing a Luciferian new world order. This film is about reality in the raw ferocious form.

Does that sound like something that might possibly merit your attention? If not, then God help us all, for we surely will have shown that we cannot help ourselves.

Steve Campbell

Glenwood Springs

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