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Huge Defeat for AE911TRUTH
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Call for Professional Integrity Goes Unheeded


Faced with Historic Opportunity to Ask for

New WTC 7 Investigation, Architects Vote No'
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[TD]Representatives of the American Institute of Architects' local and national governing bodies voted overwhelmingly against supporting a new investigation into the total collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 (WTC 7) at the Institute's annual business meeting held in Orlando on April 26, 2017.

Resolution 17-5, which was sponsored by 70 AIA members and which initially had the backing of more than 200 members before the AIA introduced a rule late in the process that required handwritten signatures from sponsors garnered 4% of the vote from delegates.

The 4% tally was a setback to concerned AIA members and activists who had hoped to continue the upward trajectory that saw support for a reinvestigation grow from 4% in 2015 to 11% last year.

Lack of Will Drives Most Delegates

In spite of powerful remarks by architects William Prevatel, David Mack, and Richard Gage, who urged their fellow members to follow their conscience, most of the 400+ delegates in attendance voted against putting the AIA on record as supporting a new investigation. The question is, "Why?"

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The tepidly-worded position issued by the AIA's board of directors identical to last year's position was that WTC 7's collapse "has been investigated thoroughly by competent authorities with reasonable conclusions." But our interviews after the business meeting with two-dozen delegates who had voted "no" told a different story.

The vast majority of these delegates indicated no disagreement with the argument that WTC 7 did not collapse from fire. In fact, nearly half of them agreed that it was likely if not completely evident that WTC 7 was brought down in a controlled demolition.

Nonetheless, most of them voted "no" because, as they put it, this was an issue the AIA should not take on. "It's not our responsibility as architects," some said. Others felt it was time to move on. One of those who agreed that WTC 7 was demolished said he thought it would have little impact if the AIA took a stand on the issue. Perhaps most unsettling, though, were the few architects who said they simply didn't care.

The air of indifference was in stark contrast to the feelings we met with two years ago when openly hostile opponents labeled us "conspiracy theorists" and last year when there was a noticeable groundswell of support at AE911Truth's expo booth, which manifested itself in 11% voting "yes."

Our efforts this year were clearly hampered by two factors: the AIA's decision to deny AE911Truth an expo booth and the fact that the business meeting was held before the convention rather than on the final day of it. The schedule change gave us no chance to communicate our message on the expo floor (with or without a booth) and resulted in fewer rank-and-file members attending the business meeting (10% fewer votes were cast this year).

The Message Is Getting Out So What's Next?


Although the outcome of this year's vote was disappointing, our resolution campaigns over the past three years have nevertheless accomplished a great deal.

Thousands in the local and national AIA leadership are now unmistakably aware of the questions surrounding the collapse of WTC 7. They have been given numerous chances to act courageously on their newfound awareness. History will not look kindly on the professionals who shrank from these opportunities.

Over the next six months, we will double down on our efforts to educate the architecture profession through our continuing education courses, which AIA and non-AIA architects can earn learning units for taking.

We will also now be able to shift much of our energy and resources to promoting the WTC 7 computer modeling study being conducted at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. It is our hope that the WTC 7 study, which is scheduled to be released in August, will cause a tectonic shift within the engineering community and will attract significant media coverage.

As those efforts evolve and after surveying the AIA members who sponsored this year's resolution we will revisit the question of whether to spearhead a fourth resolution campaign.

In the meantime, we'd love to have your input on how we should continue to move the fight forward. We also invite you to donate toward our work. After all, we can continue the march forward only if we have your ideas and your support.
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I saw this and also thought it was striking. I think the success is that they've actually brought the message to the heart of the conference, on camera, and have started the debate there - something I wouldn't have anticipated was possible a decade or more ago. Gage and his group could use further successes though, for sure.
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Is sadly shows the level of denial that remains in the USA - especially among 'professionals' who have the tools to know better - if they'd only look and 'allow' themselves to doubt the propaganda mythology and think from first principles. People are too afraid of the implications IF the big lie is just that - a big lie! After all in exceptional USA things 'like that' just don't happen....except the many times when they do happen and most still see 'the Empire with its clothes on'.
"Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
"Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience! People are obedient in the face of poverty, starvation, stupidity, war, and cruelty. Our problem is that grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem!" - Howard Zinn
"If there is no struggle there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and never will" - Frederick Douglass
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