September 13, 2015

10th Anniversary of San Diegans for 9/11 Truth

In addition to recognizing the 14th anniversary of 9/11/01, the 10th anniversary of the San Diego group was also recognized. Several of the original San Diegans for 9/11 Truth organizers shared their memories of those early days, and current thoughts on how the movement has progressed or changed.

Photos by Dwain Deets.


Christopher Bollyn,
Investigative Journalist

Christopher Bollyn writes to us on his latest endevors. On February 22, he held a one-man protest for 9-11 truth at the Oscars in Hollywood with signs that read “9-11 Truth Ends the War” and “Solving 9-11 Ends the War” in front of the VIP limousines waiting to pass through the security check outside the theatre.  The Hollywood moguls may want to ignore 9-11 truth but they will not be able to do so for much longer; the truth is coming out all over.   

On the final day of the tour, March 10, Christopher did a studio interview in Beverly Hills with Sean Stone, the son of Oliver Stone, for his “Buzzsaw” program.  Sean Stone’s interview and Farrakhan’s speech have opened the door to 9-11 truth for whole new segments of the public.  All in all, the success of his winter tour greatly exceeded his expectations, with many thanks to his friends and supporters of 9-11 truth.  

San Diegans for 9/11 Truth were very pleased to welcome Christopher as a special guest and speaker on September 14, 2014.  Bollyn is an American journalist, living in Sweden and author of Solving 9-11: The Deception That Changed the World.  In 2006 Bollyn worked closely with Professor Steven E. Jones examining and documenting the scientific evidence supporting Jones’ thermite theory.  In the wake of this groundbreaking work, Jones was put on leave and eventually retired from Brigham Young University, and Bollyn and his family were ultimately forced into exile (after Bollyn was attacked by unscrupulous police and obstructed by a corrupted justice system.)

In Solving 9-11: The Deception That Changed the World Bollyn not only connects the dots, he succinctly pulls back the curtain to reveal what one reviewer called “perhaps the most powerful and sadistic Mob masquerading as the most sacred of sacred cows in human history.”

Above photo by Mike Chickey.





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2nd Sunday event --
November 8th 6:30 PM

Why Was Our President Killed?

As we approach another anniversary of the unsolved murder of our 35th president, it is appropriate to analyze both the ramifications of his assassination and the parallels of this tragedy to 911.

This month we will look at two of Kennedy's speeches, one, a very short excerpt from a speech at the Waldorf-Estoria Hotel to the American Newspaper Publishers Association, but a stunning excerpt (JFK - The Speech That Killed Him), and one longer in comparison (27 minutes), his American University speech. These are addresses JFK gave showing that John Kennedy was doing what no American President has been able to do since, and that is, turn our nation towards peace.

At his American University commencement address, the President asks the graduates to re-examine their attitudes towards peace, the Soviet Union, and the Cold War, famously remarking, "If we cannot end now our differences, at least we can make the world safe for diversity."

Why was John F. Kennedy killed? This is the primary, but certainly not the only, question that will be examined in this month’s ‘2nd Sunday meeting.’ As a starting point, this question will generate much thought-provoking discussion.


This event is FREE. Donations are accepted to go to expenses associated with monthly outreach.  

The meeting is at Joyce Beers Uptown Community Center, 3900 Vermont St. Hillcrest -- Uptown/Ralph's Shopping Center, next to Panera Bread Restaurant.

Park in underground structure across the street and north, behind Trader Joe's. Street parking is time limited and subject to being towed.