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Mission of the 9/11 Truth Action Project

The 9/11 Truth Action Project (9/11 TAP) is a new organization that grew out of the aspirations for grassroots action expressed by several previous 9/11 Truth groups.

9/11 TAP’s mission is to build and mobilize a global grassroots movement to create a groundswell of civic support that achieves transparency and accountability for the crimes of 9/11, justice for its victims, an end to unwarranted wars, and restoration of our civil liberties.

The goal of this new movement is to achieve an independent, comprehensive Congressional investigation, by mobilizing and coordinating the efforts of volunteers across the U.S. and abroad, through local Truth Action Groups coordinated at the state, regional, national and international levels.

The way 9/11 TAP envisions that this will be accomplished is to:

  • Create a groundswell of civic support;
  • Educate the public regarding the events of 9/11, their origins, and their consequences;
  • Promote independent, Truth friendly media;
  • Overcome propaganda, psychological warfare, and intimidation waged against 9/11 transparency and accountability;
  • Support local efforts to achieve a Truth-friendly majority in the U. S. Congress.

 

With the following words spoken by Elizabeth May representing the Saanich—Gulf Islands "riding" (equivalent to a congressional district), a new chapter was opened in the quest for a public inquiry into the events of 9/11. "Mr. Speaker, I rise to present a petition, from petitioners in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and particularly in the Ottawa area, calling on the Government of Canada to conduct a parliamentary review into the events that occurred in the United States on September 11." For the last several years, numerous Canadians have been actively searching for a Member of Parliament to submit a petition to the Harper...
2014 was the second year the 9/11 Studies and Outreach Club at ASU was able to march in the ASU Homecoming Parade. According to club organizers, everything went according to plan, there were more marchers and the signs used by club members were better than last year's. The 9/11 Studies and Outreach Club marchers had a Rethink 9/11 Banner, an Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth Banner plus several "chalk board" signs that were easy to make and helped get the message across.
2014 was the second year the 9/11 Studies and Outreach Club at ASU was able to march in the ASU Homecoming Parade. According to club organizers, everything went according to plan, there were more marchers and the signs used by club members were better than last year's. The 9/11 Studies and Outreach Club marchers had a Rethink 9/11 Banner, an Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth Banner plus several "chalk board" signs that were easy to make and helped get the message across. Homecoming Day was a beautiful day with a festive atmosphere. Eddie Martinez stated in his Facebook post later that day: "Ooh, the marching band in its...
Monday, November 03, 2014

Music Matters… it’s the Truth !

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There was a time in American history that music played a significant part is raising people's awareness and literally stopping a war. Many of us who were active during the 1960s Vietnamese debacle witnessed the power of music first hand. The tsunami of peace promoting songs and anti-war protest songs by so many outspoken musical artists galvanized a nation of activists who demanded an end to the war. Music has an undeniable effect on educating and inspiring listeners. Providing evidence and promoting critical thinking skills is vitally important and music can augment this process and provide a way to expand the community of 9/11...
For over 15 years, Veterans for Peace Chapter 42 has marched in the Connecticut Veterans Parade. Despite official attempts to prevent the anti-war contingent from participating in the parade following the 2003 Iraq Invasion, the VFP Chapter 42 contingent has become an integral part of the parade. This last Sunday, November 2, was no exception as chapter members, their family, and friends reinforced the meaning of freedom of speech. As always, the parade in Hartford is the weekend before the much bigger parade in New York City. Dave Ionno, Chapter 42 organizer, has been active with Veterans for Peace for many decades. During his...
9/11 Outreach opportunities are everywhere! In Maine, one of the premiere opportunities is the Common Ground Country Fair sponsored by MOFGA, Maine Organic Farmers and Gardening Association, the oldest and largest such group in the country. Common Ground has become one of the most popular destinations in Maine each fall with an estimated 60,000 visitors, many from beyond New England. With some advance planning, a group of about a dozen volunteers for Maine911Truth.org reserved space in the Social & Political Action area of the fair and organized a schedule of volunteers to be present throughout the three-day event. Many...
On Sunday, September 21, 2014 an estimated 400,000 concerned citizens participated in the People's Climate March in New York City. The March was a large-scale event organized by a broad coalition of unions, environmental organizations, youth groups, to name a few, to energize global action against climate change. The route took the marchers under a two cornered 45 foot by 45 foot billboard that was sponsored by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. New York City's irrepressible 9/11 Truth group, led by Les Jamieson, organized an outreach effort to leverage the message on the billboard and inform the marchers about the...
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