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French, Italian, German Media to Leave US and UK in the Dust
September 2, 2011
If you thought the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 would be an endless barrage of media coverage rehashing the official story and taking occasional swipes at the 9/11 truth movement, think again.
Well, if you live in Europe, that is.
This coming Sunday, September 4, three major European channels will air in-depth stories on the Remember Building 7 campaign. M6, among France's largest channels, will show a 90-minute documentary about various 9/11 family and first responder groups, a significant portion of which will cover Remember Building 7 (click here to see the trailer). In the same vein, RAI 3, Italy's BBC, will show a feature length documentary that devotes significant time to Remember Building 7. And RTL, one of Germany's largest channels, will show a Spiegel TV special about Remember Building 7 and the 9/11 truth movement.
That is just the beginning. Next week more stories will follow. When all is said and done, tens of millions of Europeans will learn about Building 7 during the 10th Anniversary.
With the 10th Anniversary Campaign now in high gear, this coverage comes at exactly the right time to help the campaign reach $1 million by September 11.
If you have not yet made your donation, please go to RememberBuilding7.org now and get it done!
Meanwhile, in the US and UK, journalists are having a tougher time being journalists, and they just don't seem to get that shamelessly overt bias isn't that good at persuading viewers (unless it's on FOX News).
On August 31, New York 1, New York City's local news channel, did a story pitting Popular Mechanics against the Remember Building 7 campaign, except they forgot to interview one of the two sides (you know who). They did however show a few seconds of the new ad, and they referenced the Remember Building 7- commissioned survey that found more than 1 in 4 New Yorkers believe the Twin Towers were brought down by controlled demolition. And, yet another yawner of a BBC hit piece was released a few days ago - it was a similar story.
So while viewers in the US and UK scratch their heads and wonder why their news media is propagandizing them so transparently, viewers across the rest of Europe will be getting a big dose of truth.
Stay tuned! Those pieces will be made available to English-speaking audiences shortly after they air.