|Explosive 9/11 Evidence Premieres Down Under|
|Written by Dick Scar, BSAE|
|Saturday, 06 April 2013 23:41|
Top Australian News Sites Stream Experts Speak Out
link to our documentary, hosted on smh.tv, The Sydney Morning Herald’s video site, was shared on Facebook over 1,000 times in the first two weeks, signaling another bout of major mainstream exposure for Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.We are pleased to announce that the web editions of The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia’s most respected newspaper, and Melbourne’s The Age began showing 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out in February for free to residents of Australia and New Zealand. The
The videos on these sites can be accessed only in Australia and New Zealand, so while you can’t view them from the U.S., you can still help boost the film’s rating on these sites. Just visit the following links:
if you live in the U.S., go to “Rate this episode” near the bottom of the page and click on 5 Stars to boost the rating.
When Experts Speak Out was broadcast on U.S. television for the first time last September by Colorado PBS Channel 12, it soon became the most watched and most shared video on PBS.org. Experts Speak Out had 56,853 views on the Australian news sites during the month of February!
This internet exposure follows past contacts with that part of the world. During the Hard Evidence Tour Down Under in 2009, Richard Gage, AIA, and other 9/11 luminaries presented evidence to nearly 1,400 residents of Australia and New Zealand. Kevin Bracken, the president of Australia’s Victorian Trades Hall Council, garnered wide publicity in 2010 when he questioned the official account of the destruction of the World Trade Center skyscrapers on 9/11.
You can play a valuable role in educating citizens all over the world by signing the petition, becoming a member of AE911Truth, distributing copies of Experts Speak Out (now available at bulk prices), volunteering on one of our 20 teams, or boosting the rating of this documentary on other websites, like Amazon.com and Rotten Tomatoes. And don’t forget to tell any contacts you have “down under” how they can watch this powerful film for free on their favorite news sites.