Saturday, August 27, 2005

Dr. David Ray Griffin 9/11 LA Times interview

Cindy Sheehan may be the spark for the anti-war protest in the US, but it appears that author Dr. David Ray Griffin could be the spark for long overdue major media questioning of the official 9/11 story.

Only a short while after Britain’s Daily Mail carried a 3-page article on the book "9/11 Revealed: Challenging The Facts Behind The War On Terror" by Ian Henshall and Rowland Morgan, the LA Times has published an interview with Dr. David Ray Griffin. The story, by Mark Ehrman is called "Getting Agnostic About 9/11: A society of nonbelievers questions the official version".

Dr. Griffin, a well published theologian, has become a well regarded voice of dissenting thought on the official account of 9/11. He is a powerful advocate for those people seeking full disclosure about events surrounding 9/11, because of his clear reasoning and logical line of questioning. Dr. Griffin is not the type to have a web site with stuff about UFOs, JFK assination theory. He is pretty much what you'd expect a Christian theological academic to be like. However, after learning more, he found that he just couldn't not ask questions about the omissions and distortions in the official 9/11 account.

Dr. Griffin helps us put these questions into the proper perspective by telling us, "One thing to point out is, the official account itself is a conspiracy theory. It says that 19 Arab Muslims under the influence of Osama bin Laden conspired to pull off this operation. The question is not whether one is a conspiracy theorist about 9/11. It's which conspiracy theory do you find most supported by the evidence?"

I found that the LA Times had changed the url link to this story and after a brief search of their site, I couldn't find the story at all. Perhaps they just archived it somewhere that required a bit more searching to find. Instead, I just did a quick Google search for Mark Ehrman and the title of this story and found lots of links to other sites where other people have archived the story. Nothing is ever lost on the internet! Btw, there is a nonprofit organisation called The Internet Archive established to preserve Web sites by taking regular "snapshots" so if you find you cannot find something through web searches try the Internet Archive http://www.archive.org/

http://www.google.com/search?num=100&hl=en&lr= &newwindow=1&safe=off&q=Getting+Agnostic+About+9%2F11+MARK+EHRMAN&btnG=Search

August 28, 2005 latimes.com : Magazine - Getting Agnostic About 9/11: A society of nonbelievers questions the official version by MARK EHRMAN

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