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Peter Presland
07-16-2009, 03:44 PM
This is a first too
From "Reinvestigate 911 (http://www.reinvestigate911.org/)


In a breakthrough for campaigners, a meeting has been held in the new Parliamentary extension Portcullis House at which speakers challenged the official story of the 9/11 attacks. This was the first time since the attacks nearly eight years ago that MPs and Peers heard - on their own premises - the widespread view outside it: that 9/11 might have been an inside job.

A followup meeting is pencilled in for November 2. Reinvestigate 911 is calling for members of the public to alert their MPs to this.

A previous meeting was abandoned after the MP who had booked the room cancelled at short notice, after apparently being pressured. One UK based intelligence expert and 9/11 sceptic who frequently addresses academic audiences described the meeting as a breakthrough.

Only a few MPs and Peers attended the meeting in person, but others sent assistants, gave support for future meetings or asked for a report of the meeting. This includes well known and senior figures, but to protect politicians from the predictable attacks and smears from those who support the official 9/11 story, organisers are not releasing names at this stage.

November 2 is pencilled in for a followup meeting, with foreign politicians and experts expected to attend. In the runup to that meeting Reinvestigate 911 will be exploring with sympathetic MPs and Peers various plans for raising Parliamentary and media interest in discovering the full story behind the 9/11 attacks.
(http://www.reinvestigate911.org/index/commonsmeetingreport.html)

Magda Hassan
07-17-2009, 10:03 AM
This is a good sign. What's happening over there in the UK? Meeting about 911 in parliament, demands for a public inquiry into 7/7, demands for a full autopsy on Dr Kelly. What next? Truly representative government? Banking accountability and transparency? I can't wait for the next one. :willy: