About Us

About Us



---- Patrick Henry

We do not post this web site with any ulterior motives other than seeking the answers to hard questions. We honor the fallen of September 11, 2001 by fighting for the answers to the still looming questions surrounding the circumstances of their deaths? We believe that their lives are worth a full-scale inexhaustible investigation (not the political farce that is the Warren Commissionesque 9-11 Commission,) until these answers are found and all those that are behind these heinous acts are brought to real justice.

Cowardice and ignorance have no place in a free society. They are a Tyrants greatest assets. We shall defend and honor those that no longer have an earthly voice.

In short, we have every reason not to post this material, for it is certain to offend many ignorant souls, and by doing so we shall prejudice everything that our careers shall bare. We also take great personal risk, for possessing such material can have us labeled as "domestic terrorists ", and imprisoned indefinitely without the right of a trial under the treasonous Patriot Act. Hold no illusions, the Bill of Rights do not exist anymore.

To say that taking the stance that We have taken, based on the hard evidence, has caused us great inner turmoil, as well as alienated us from those that we are quite close to, would be an understatement. But we are willing to forgo our reputations, monetary losses, and even the strained relationships with members of our family and close acquaintances in a quest for the all-important truth-- and may it set a us all free.


Mark Twain On Patriotism


Long after he was labeled a "traitor" in 1901, Mark Twain returned to the issue of patriotism in this sketch from the closing pages of the notebook he used from 1905 to 1908.



A Patriot is merely a rebel at the start.

In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot. The soul and substance of what customarily ranks as patriotism is moral cowardice and always has been.

In any civic crisis of a great and dangerous sort the common herd is not privately anxious about the rights and wrongs of the matter, it is only anxious to be on the winning side.

In the North, before the war, the man who opposed slavery was despised and ostracized, and insulted. By the "patriots." Then, by and by, the "patriots" went over to his side, and thenceforth his attitude became patriotism.

There are two kinds of patriotism -- monarchical patriotism and republican patriotism. In the one case the government and the king may rightfully furnish you their notions of patriotism; in the other, neither the government nor the entire nation is privileged to dictate to any individual what the form of his patriotism shall be. The gospel of the monarchical patriotism is: "The King can do no wrong." We have adopted it with all its servility, with an unimportant change in the wording: "Our country, right or wrong!" We have thrown away the most valuable asset we had:-- the individual's right to oppose both flag and country when he (just he, by himself) believed them to be in the wrong. We have thrown it away; and with it all that was really respectable about that grotesque and laughable word, Patriotism.

Mark Twain