Bob McIlvaine: Remembering the Tragedy, interviewed by Cindy Sheehan

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September 5, 2010

(SOAPBOX #71) – This week our webmaster is sick, so I’m forced to do this by myself!  He did manage to get the new show up and ready for you, so that much is already taken care of.  As we enter September, I recall back in 2001 on the morning of September 11, when I awoke from what I feel was a precognitive dream to find that two passenger jets had flown into the World Trade Towers and two were out of communication with air traffic control.  My life, your life, and indeed, everyone on this planet’s life has not been the same since that terrible day. Some people’s lives prospered under the “new paradigm” of global and almost total police state control and with two military invasions and occupations by the U.S. on two countries that did not attack us on 9/11/01.  Most people, though, have felt the pain of war, environmental decay and economic depravity that have been imposed by the U.S. Empire.  This week on the Soapbox, (beginning Sunday at 2PM PDST) my guest is Bob McIlvaine whose son Bobby perished in the lobby of Tower Two on that morning (in an explosion, hmmm) and Bob gives a passionate, well-informed and intense evaluation of that day–and a touching remembrance of his son.  Please use the link above to listen to today’s remembrances.


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The Imperial Anatomy of Al-Qaeda: The CIA’s Drug-Running Terrorists and the “Arc of Crisis” Part I by Andrew Gavin Marshall

9/11 Truth is Still the Issue – part 1

6 thoughts on “Bob McIlvaine: Remembering the Tragedy, interviewed by Cindy Sheehan

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  5. Is it possilbe that the “war” in Afghanistan, the longest in American history, is really a pretense for heightened backdoor infiltration of China? I can’t explain why we are spending so much time, money and lives in an area that really has little or no direct impact on us.

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