By Rady Ananda
When confronted with questions about World Trade Center 7 at a speech on Thursday at the University of Florida, bald Rudy Giuliani told long-haired radio host Bob Tuskin, “You are too rude to be entitled to an answer. May I suggest a haircut and a shower?”
Filmed by The Intel Hub, Tuskin was escorted from the auditorium.
Another audience member began questioning the former New York City mayor’s honesty, to which he responded, “Oh, get lost,” reports The Alligator, calling him a “clown.”
The Alligator, a small, independent news outlet in Gainesville, endorses Ron Paul for President in 2012. Paul does not believe 9/11 was an inside job, but he does support a new and independent investigation, as related on Coast to Coast AM on March 25, 2008. In his Sept. 13, 2011 blog, Paul wrote that we should have “targeted our response to only the thugs and criminals who attacked us…” adding that “Blaming Islam alone is grossly misleading.”
Though Giuliani referred to 9/11 five times during his $65,000 speech paid for by UF’s student-run speaker bureau, the ACCENT, answering uncomfortable questions about 9/11 apparently threatened the man’s overblown sense of entitlement.
Tuskin’s question is not unreasonable. The St Louis Post-Dispatch’s Harry Levins wrote in 2009 that 9/11 Commission senior counsel, John Farmer, stated that, “what government and military officials had told Congress, the Commission, the media, and the public about who knew what when — was almost entirely, and inexplicably, untrue.”
Farmer also said that, “At some level of the government, at some point in time … there was a decision not to tell the truth about what happened.”
Indeed, architects and engineers have shown that the WTC7, which was not struck by aircraft, collapsed in a controlled demolition, though officials claim fire brought the 47-story building down.
“Building 7 housed several intelligence and law enforcement agencies,” reports RememberBuilding7.org, “and the NYC Office of Emergency Management’s Emergency Operations Center, more commonly known as Giuliani’s Bunker.”
While hawking his book on leadership, Giuliani referred to Occupy protesters as “dirty, sloppy slobs,” reports The Gainesville Sun, evidencing his weak mind by having to resort to ad hominem attacks rather than addressing serious, democratically-posed questions of leadership failure.
Over 1,500 architects and engineers at AE911truth.org have shown that the events on 9/11 could not have happened the way officials described, while insiders continue to refuse a proper investigation.
AE911truth encourages people to attend presidential campaign speeches and ask for a new, independent investigation. To support its work, AE911truth sells DVDs, books and other paraphernalia, including 9/11: Blueprint for Truth and 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out.
Actors and Artists for 911 Truth plans to release “A Violation of Trust” on Sept. 11, 2012 and is looking for donations. “The film dramatizes the first day of ‘The President’s New Investigation of 9/11,’ with actors performing from a tightly written, factually accurate script,” AA911 explains. The NIST report is compared to books published by David Ray Griffin, as well as research derived from several 9/11 truth organizations such as Architects & Engineers, Firefighters, Military Officers, Pilots and others for 9/11 Truth.
Journalists dealing with evidence that contradicts the official story of the 9/11 attacks are best served by the 9/11 Consensus Panel, which keeps track of emerging documents. Its 21 experts spent nearly a year developing 13 Consensus Points of evidence relating to the official account of the events of September 11, 2001.
“It is scientifically derived evidence and offers the media the confidence it needs to address the expanding cracks in the 9/11 narrative – which don’t seem likely to go away soon,” explains Elizabeth Woodworth, co-founder and Coordinator of the 9/11 Consensus Panel.
But don’t tell Giuliani; he’s a 9/11 insider who brooks no questions challenging the official fairy tale.
© Rady Ananda 2012. All rights reserved. This article first appeared at Activist Post.