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loose change critique June 13, 2006

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Jim Hoffman has created an interactive Loose Change critique that presents a visually appealing interface and unique tone for what might otherwise be mundane reading. Michael Wolsey recently interviewed Jim for his weekly podcast (part 1). As fast as Jim speaks, I believe he actually thinks several times faster.

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chicago speech review of david kubiak June 9, 2006

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Today’s review covers David Kubiak’s speech of June 3, 2006.
Audio of David Kubiak from Rita Sand of radioindymedia.org

A Review of David Kubiak’s Speech at the
Chicago Revealing the Truth Conference

by Jan Hoyer

David Kubiak’s Chicago speech might have been entitled:
The Current Situation and HOW TO
URGENTLY MOBILIZE PUBLIC OPINION
for Revolutionary Change

With an audience of hundreds of 911 truth early risers, the former Executive Directive of 911Truth.org gave an impassioned talk about important strategic considerations for this defining period in america’s history.

In a fervored pitch, David Kubiak assures listeners that the powers that be will no longer be content to simply ignore the 911 truth movement. Due to 911Truth’s Zogby Poll success, the 911 truth movement is now squarely on the radar screen of the rapid response think tanks. He states that significant, organized media focus will be paid to the movement in upcoming months. With slight hesitation, David says “Up until now we’ve been benignly ignored. I think that in the next few months, unless we take this issue in our hands ourselves, we are r e a l l y going to be bombed”.

David reminds activists to focus on the current, mid and long term issues at hand. One example he cites is to facilitate the 911 truth movement in demanding that all Representatives up for election be required to address the critical 911 truth issue. He calls for creative approaches, in cooperative fashion as well as in competition for the best and brightest ideas.

David states that concrete goals, with measurable results are very important to success. With thoughtful authenticity, David asks listeners to consider, “what is the best possible outcome?”

Serving as a springboard for activist’s inspiration, David’s speech packed a bundle into a valuable twelve minutes.

gadsden flag image June 5, 2006

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After tweaking it a tiny bit, I have added a Gadsden’s Flag “Don’t Tread On Me” icon on my downloads page. Gadsden’s original, very cool rattlesnake design and an interesting history can be viewed at Gallery of the Republic.

revealing in chicago June 2, 2006

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Today begins 911Truth’s Revealing the Truth conference. I received two 4 c/p postcards in the mail for the event (with far, far too many words). As it is, I appreciate that my respected contingent is formally disassociated from this Big Tent 911Truth event.

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