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Is it really national public radio?

I was listening to KPBS this morning; they were talking about the magic of high-rises, and how we have been discouraged to build them due to their vulnerability: terrorits.  You mean NPR is not aware yet that there is evidence showing that the three World Trade Center towers came down by controlled demolition? How can they provide insightful information if they are not aware of  insightful information? How do they get their information anyway? Do they know about google search? Who is funding them?

For insightful information go to: Democracy Now  

And here is some insightful information for KPBSRememberBuilding7.org/10 They need it.

Pertinent: From Democracy Now

“And National Public Radio is drawing controversy after apparently forcing the dismissal of an independent radio journalist over her participation in the protest at Washington, D.C.’s Freedom Plaza. The journalist, Lisa Simeone, hosts the show “World of Opera” and contributed to the show “Soundprint,” which are produced independently but air on NPR stations. But after learning that Simeone had attended the D.C. “Occupy” protest, NPR released a statement saying: “We of course take this issue very seriously.” Hours later, Simeone was fired from her job at “Soundprint.” In a statement, Simeone said: “I find it puzzling that NPR objects to my exercising my rights as an American citizen — the right to free speech, the right to peaceable assembly — on my own time in my own life. I’m not an NPR employee. I’m a freelancer.NPR doesn’t pay me… I’ve never brought a whiff of my political activities into the work I’ve done.”

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2 Responses

  1. I like Democracy Now, Amy Goodman does an outstanding job of being an excellent journalist.

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  2. Thanks Lou! Richard Gage is also doing a great job about the evidence found on ground zero–controlled demolition brought down the three WTC towers. What do you think?

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