The big lie |

The big lie

Dear Editor:

In regards to the March 17 article in the Aspen Times, “Aspen Security Forum to Assess Terror Risk in 10th Year after 9/11,” one can only stand in wonder at the sheer audacity and Orwellian chutzpah of the Aspen Institute’s Homeland Security Program and the “more than 50 top-level current and former government officials, industry leaders, noted print and broadcast journalists, leading thinkers, and concerned citizens.”

In my book, the Aspen Institute and any of these featured speakers who does not at least bring into question the official government story of 9/11 is at best a brainwashed fool and at worst a liar and a traitor.

I would say, given all the years to investigate this crime, that most of those in this high profile group who promote the official story, fall into the latter category.

– “9/11 is the biggest lie in world history – and it’s destined to fall sooner or later.” – Historian Webster Tarpley

– “The ‘War on Terrorism’ is the biggest lie in U.S. history.” – Economics professor Michel Chossudovsky

– “We have had no accountability of 9/11.” – Sibel Edmonds, FBI translator and whistle-blower

– “9/11 is in the hands of people who insult our intelligence at every level. This stuff doesn’t stand up to the most casual examination. It’s like any of these vast, elaborate attempts to terrorize our people: Any free examination of the evidence on its merits exposes what’s at work.” – Ralph Schoenmann

– “The penalty good men pay for their indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men.” – Plato

– “You can fool all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.” – Abraham Lincoln

Thanks to Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom and thousands of others worldwide who have shown the official story of 9/11 to be a lie.

Steve Campbell

Founder, Citizens for 9/11 Truth

Glenwood Springs

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