Nicholas Levis on Truth Revolution Radio

October 25 2007

Nicholas Levis, an original 9/11 skeptic and one of the founders of 911Truth.org, joins host Cosmos of Truthaction.org for an hour-long discussion of:

– the 9/11 truth movement today, its successes and challenges;

– the need for committed non-violent action coupled with logical rigor;

– reviewing the case for 9/11 skepticism, best resources and books;

– actions of the U.S. military chain of command on September 11, 2001 suggesting complicity or criminal negligence – this is point 1 in the “Top 40 Reasons to Doubt the Official Story of September 11” available at 911Truth.org;

– evidence that a concerted effort is underway to discredit 9/11 skepticism through the claim that “no planes hit the WTC,” coupled with extreme attacks and threats of violence against the majority of activists who reject that claim.

Part 1:

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Part 2:

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This was the second part of a two-part interview. Nicholas Levis was introduced to Truth Revolution Radio on October 19, when he and Cosmos held an informal discussion about their first experiences with 9/11 skepticism during the latter half of the show. The first part of that show featured Mike Egerton, with a report on recent 9/11 truth actions in Florida and is also available:

Truth Revolution Radio October 19 2007–Download here:
http://www.archive.org/download/TruthRevolutionRadioOctober192007/20071019_Fri_TRR.mp3 or
http://www.archive.org/download/TruthRevolutionRadioOctober242007/20071024_Wed_TRR.mp3

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