On the 4th of July, Patriots Question 9/11
Many Americans know only two dates in American history: the Fourth of July and September Eleventh.
Americans like to show their patriotism on the 4th of July. They speak about how much they love their country, how they would fight for it, some even how they would die for it. This makes the Fourth of July an excellent occasion to talk with your neighbor about 9/11 and the horrible events of that day and everything that followed from it.
Though it has been vigorously suppressed by the mainstream media, the evidence that the official 9/11 story is false has become increasingly irrefutable.
So do you love your country? Would you be heroic enough to defend it, even if you discovered that you had to fight off traitors and infiltrators? Would you call others to your cause of honor? Repeatedly? Even while being assaulted by the ridicule of those pseudo-patriots who couldn’t be bothered to do their own digging and thinking? This is your invitation to be a true patriot and find out how hard it really is to be a hero in the face of a powerful opposition.
To help you get these difficult conversations started, download and get photo prints of this 4×6 “Patriots Question 9/11” postcard at your local photo processor. Then between the flag waving parades and the fireworks, pass them out to those around you and get a conversation started. We need a new 9/11 investigation, and a person to person, neighbor to neighbor discussion is what will make that movement happen.
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