Mar 242014


This is a response to the hit piece attacking architect Richard Gage and his organization, Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, which consists of over two thousand architects and engineers citing evidence of controlled demolitions for World Trade Centers One, Two, and Seven.

It’s difficult to comprehend how many people will voluntarily protect the political agenda of those who facilitated the terrorist attacks on 9/11/01.  Are we to believe that your editorial staff, writers and producers elected to betray their own intellect, abandon what minimal scientific education was provided to them to exhibit genuine ignorance?  Not likely.

Do you really think your organization will be excused in the public eye for continuing to lie to the public and protect those who were capable of orchestrating this deadly PR stunt?

We understand how the NSA and the Pentagon have littered the web with operatives trying to debunk the fundamental laws of physics, but those nameless shills will disappear as the number of people who acknowledge the demolitions continues to grow.  This elementary scientific disclosure will spread throughout a substantial portion of the population, but the Sun News Media will have nowhere to hide.  What follows are long discussions over whether major propaganda tools like your Sun News can be considered accessories to the terrorist attacks of 9/11.  One small footnote in recent history is Judith Miller and the New York Times selling WMD lies to promote war crimes in Iraq.   That was simply one branch in the standing oak aftermath of 9/11.  The Toronto Sun knowingly perpetuates the myths of 9/11 to fulfill the political agenda behind those terrorist attacks.  The memory of your paper’s act will be forever etched in the minds of those who were betrayed by your lies.

J.T. Waldron

Toronto Sun’s hit piece is included in Press for Truth’s Gage coverage below:

  One Response to “Response to the Toronto Sun’s Attack on Richard Gage”

  1. good job, JT Waldron…

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