Harritt a Hit in Sydney – Standing Room Only‏

Via E-mail, Story by John Bursill
On Saturday the 17th of July Prof. Niels Harritt of the University of Copenhagen in Denmark gave a lecture to a capacity crowd of concerned citizens called ” Did Explosives Bring Down the Towers on 9/11″. This Sydney audience was generated purely from fliers handed out by diligent activists and one radio interview.
Although a handful of independent journalists did attend and a small press conference was held, not one Australian main stream media outlet was represented. It is now more clear than ever that a culture of silence surrounds the science of 9/11 which proves beyond any reasonable doubt that the Twin Towers and Building 7 where brought down using explosives and incendiary devices.
The Australian 9/11 Truth Movement would like to thank all that made this event possible and their generous donations which for the first time actually covered the costs! A special thanks must also go to the Sydney WeAreChange Chapter who acted as the arms and legs to get this show on the road!
Besides being a man of great knowledge, Niels Harritt is an absolute gem of a man that works hard for the 9/11 cause. Dr Harritt has given in excess of 100 lectures to the public, both in Denmark and abroad. He is a modern day scientific hero in a world of intellectual cowards and self serving academics.

International relationships within the 9/11 Truth Movement continue to build by these events, strengthening all our resolves to pursue truth and justice for the victims of the 9/11 Attacks.

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