Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Welcome message

Welcome to the new Home of 9/11 Civil Information Activism.

This blog is operated jointly by Robin Hordon, Wayne Prante and Richard (Doug) Brinkman. Other CI activists will be invited to join and to post articles, success stories and commentaries, or they can contact us and ask to be a blogger here.

We will discuss our own thoughts about activism, what works, and what does not, as well as why or why not. We will also look critically at what we see as inappropriate, ineffective actions, or harmful ones and explain why. Not simply to be critical, but because we care about the movement and want it to succeed, and we want activists to succeed. Success being defined as: "what was the net result?" and "who benefited?"

We have many professionals from many backgrounds and expertise in the 9/11 Truth Movement who have risked a lot to speak out and to join with us in exposing the fraud that has been perpetrated upon the world, and we hope that many more will join us. We feel, therefore, that it is important for activists to also be as professional as possible, to ensure that our credibility grows, and that the momentum of the movement continues, and that it is a safe place for professionals and celebrities, etc to hang their hat publicly.

We are not gods, we are not perfect and do not profess to have all the answers, but we do feel we have right and a duty to speak out and to offer our own views, and not simply go along to get along. Obviously we also feel strongly that C.I. is the best way to go, for many reasons that we will outline here.

We are not trying to be dividers, but rather looking for commonality and strategies we can all agree on, to make the movement more effective and continue to draw people to it, rather than chase them away. We hope that we can be a "voice of reason".

We have found that our previous attempts to have logical and reasoned debate about activism issues have been roundly attacked with immature, knee jerk personal attacks, and in some cases censored. Now we have our own place to openly discuss these issues.

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