Ethical responsibilities of those within the movement

2024 is here and so is the 9/11 truth movement continuing its fight for justice!
In this special edition of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele is joined by journalist and activist Craig McKee to discuss where 9/11 truth and the world at large find itself as the new year begins.
Some of the topics on the table include:
Where does 9/11 truth stand as the consequences of the U.S. government’s failure to acknowledge what really happened at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, unravels on the world stage… including in the Middle East? 
Where does truth itself fit in this brave new artificial world that has taken over the internet? 
Are the minds that make up our civilization awakening to the realities of their society, or are they simply degenerating further into frivolity?   
Also, Andy and Craig engage in a special “hypothetical” discussion on the ethical responsibilities of those within the movement if they see deception and bad behavior committed by those within our cause, and whether it’s right to risk creating a distraction by speaking out about it, or to sit silent for the sake of the greater effort.  
Don’t miss this very interesting and insightful interview!


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