San Francisco’s own Commonwealth Club, America’s “oldest and largest public affairs forum,” will thoroughly embarrass itself by hosting “Richard Gage: 9/11 Blueprint for Truth, Reexamining the WTC Collapses” this Tuesday, September 8, 2009.
So, it’s been 106 years of public affairs, but now this:
“Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth” - why just those people? (Hey, weren’t architects the ones responsible for San Francisco’s failed Octavia Boulevard? Sadly, yes.) While we’re at it, why not invite representatives from the whole pantheon of 911 Truth craziness? You know, Veterans for 9/11 Truth or Pilots for 9/11 Truth or Scholars for 9/11 Truth or Scholars for 9/11 Truth (the other one) or Firefighters for 9/11 Truth or Liars for 9/11 Truth?
“These people (in the 9/11 truth movement) use the ‘reverse scientific method‘… they determine what happened, throw out all the data that doesn’t fit their conclusion, and then hail their findings as the only possible conclusion.”
“Richard Gage, AIA, Founder, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
Five years after the 9/11 Commission published its report, some people question the official findings on what brought down the World Trade Center. In a multimedia program, Gage contends that forensic evidence and eyewitness testimony reveal explosive-controlled demolition of the WTC skyscrapers on 9/11. Fact or fiction? Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Gage’s bold and controversial address, and have the chance to put your tough questions to the speaker.”
What’s next after the Truthers, Commonwealth Club? The Birthers? Why not equal time for the Birthers?
Or the Thomson Reuters Water Car people? Let’s have them next.
And speaking of scams, let’s have the Platinum Gas Saver dude come to S.F. to say a few words as well. And here’s how the CC would address the concomitant blowback from booking a guest direct from FantasyLand:
“‘Fact or fiction? Don’t miss this opportunity to hear [Platinum Gas Saver dude' s] bold and controversial address, and have the chance to put your tough questions to the speaker.”
Ah yes, palliative cliches. Does a spoonful of sugar make ridiculous bookings go down the throat any easier?
No, no it doesn’t.
In closing, HAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAH!