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9/11 ‘Truthers’ uncovering disturbing anomalies | June 19, 2007

They’re “nutcases” to Vancouver writer Terry Glavin, “gibbering idiots” to British author and Guardian columnist George Monbiot, and “conspiracy nuts” to U.S. political writer Alexander Cockburn. They’re promoting “crap,” says David Corn, Washington editor of The Nation. They’re trafficking in “pure fantasy” that is “rotting peoples brains,” says Canadian military analyst and author Gwynne Dyer. They’re opponents of the Bush administration who reject the official story on 9/11. And their most vocal critics hail not from the right, but from North America’s progressive left. Ignored by mainstream media, and vilified by the alternative press, the so-called “9/11 Truth movement” probably wouldn’t exist without the Internet. A huge online presence, with thousands of blogs and websites, has inspired the creation of films, DVDs and the organization of international conferences. The movement has chapters across North America, including in Vancouver.

According to its press release, the Vancouver 9/11 Truth Society “will host an international conference to expose the realities, myths, omissions and distortions of the official narrative of the events of Sept. 11, 2001,” from June 22 to 24 at the Vancouver Maritime Labour Centre.

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