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Best Seller List / The New York Times / Implications

Okay guys, I just had this outrageous idea (it can still be done). I am going to propel my book “9/11 Truth: Implications” into the New York Times’ bestseller list . . .

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Are you laughing? Okay . . . okay . . . I know how you feel. But believe me, with a little help from all of you, it can be done.

This is the plan: you guys write over a thousand reviews (not kidding, we already have 12, WOW!) (link attached below). And we generate enough interest (and sales) throughout the general population.

Consequently, all our honest, impartial newspapers (media), including the New York Times, will then be compelled to take action (I am not being facetious; they just needed time). They would, no doubt, pay attention to all the brave and responsible citizens who are fighting to establish an honest socioeconomic system. (Yes! the ones explaining what the false flag of 09/11/2001 implies). This means the book will be placed on the best seller list to further increase awareness (only 99 cents for the digital copy on amazon, free in PDF form (last edition) if you send me your email address—no strings attached), and the human race will at last evolve and thrive as an intelligent species should. 

Of course we can do this! And remember the PDF is emailed to you free of charge. No strings attached. You will not be added to my email list unless you ask. You can also pass the PDF to your friends to spread the word. (I am practically pirating my own book so that you can save the incredible amount of 99 cents and we can all raise awareness. Isn’t that awesome?)

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More info about the source of our situation below:

The Source

Evidence

Action

PS If you don’t care to change our course, please disregard this post and do nothing, and “may the odds be ever in your favor.”

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9/11 Truth | The New York Times | Will they still ignore it?

NY Times Billboard Kickoff Event – Join Us!
Saturday, November 2 at 1pm: Free Pizza, Free T-shirts
An Afternoon of Fun and Street Actions

nytimes1Coming November 1: NY Times where is your coverage of this?

Spread the word!

This 29-foot by 13-foot billboard directly across from the New York Times and Port Authority at 40th Street and 8th Avenue will be ours for the full month of November. Kickoff Event Details

Where: Siena Pizza, 274 West 40th St. at the corner of 40th St. and 8th Ave, right underneath our attention grabbing billboard. See it on  Google Maps

When: Saturday, November 2 – 1pm until 5pm.

What’s waiting for you: free pizza until 3pm, a free ReThink911 t-shirt (if you can commit to coming back two more times during the month to leaflet), thousands of fliers, and dozens of likeminded folks! Join this event on Facebook

The plan for the rest of the November: at least four people leafleting from 4:30pm to 6 pm every weekday until Thanksgiving. New Yorkers – please attend at least 2 of these afternoons! With our presence we will magnify the power of our billboard and send a strong message to the NY Times.

Out-of-Towners: Stay tuned for other ways to take action and support the campaign from where you are!

Thank you for getting involved!

http://www.rethink911.org

Google Buzz’s Pros and Cons | Miguel Helft | New York Times

Apparently Google Buzz is something to handle with care (or stay away from) for a while. Here are some of the concerns raised by MIGUEL HELFT in the NY Times.

“… what Google viewed as an obvious shortcut stirred up a beehive of angry critics. Many users bristled at what they considered an invasion of privacy, and they faulted the company for failing to ask permission before sharing a person’s Buzz contacts with a broad audience. For the last three days, Google has faced a firestorm of criticism on blogs and Web sites, and it has already been forced to alter some features of the service.

E-mail, it turns out, can hold many secrets, from the names of personal physicians and illicit lovers to the identities of whistle-blowers and antigovernment activists. And Google, so recently a hero to many people for threatening to leave China after hacking attempts against the Gmail accounts of human rights activists, now finds itself being pilloried as a clumsy violator of privacy.”

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