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Ted Walter: For high-rise safety’s sake, investigate WTC-7!

Special broadcast: Investigate WTC-7 fund-raising drive launches Thursday 3/13!

Broadcast Thursday, March 13th, 10:30-11 a.m. Central  on, archived here. Note: subscribers can listen to shows on-demand before they are broadcast – and also get free downloads! If you are a subscriber, just log in to the members area of and go to the “Private Blog” to get early access to the shows. 

New Yorkers deserve answers when a building collapses. Our safety depends on it.

The High-Rise Safety Initiative – which would force New York City to investigate the apparent controlled demolition of World Trade Center Building 7 – has received a generous offer of up to $50,000 to match all funds raised from today – Thursday, March 13th, 2014 – until April 1st.

Guest: Ted Walter, organizer of the High-Rise Safety Initiative, discussing how this project could dramatically raise the profile of WTC-7 and 9/11 truth, and take us one step closer to justice.

3 Thoughts to “Ted Walter: For high-rise safety’s sake, investigate WTC-7!”

  1. Anonymous

    I don't trust or like Dr. Fetzer's diversions and derision of nano thermate in the 911 dust.

    Our friend Chomsky states the best gambit for winning a hopeless debate is to "change the subject and then you win."

    “Physical evidence cannot be wrong; it cannot perjure itself; it cannot be wholly absent. Only its interpretation can err.” (Paul Kirk, Crime Investigation)

    Nanothermate is in the dust. The tone of the article by Professor Hightower with Dr. Fetzer riding shotgun for this hit piece reeks of derision and diversion.

    Nanothermate is in the dust. It should not be there. This one unimpeachable fact alone is enough evidence to indict the U.S. government for treason.

    Instead we get from Dr. Fetzer is what Cass Sunstein advocates; namely cognitive infiltration/dissidence. The goal of which is to divide the movement into internal squabbling.

    I got a great analogy of this. The autopsy finds a bullet in the heart of a victim with his head severed from the neck. Fetzer would argue, the bullet didn't kill the victim. It can't account for the head being missing.

    I don't trust Dr. Fetzer at all. Watch your six.

    I trust you.

  2. Anonymous

    I have followed your work on 9/11 truth and you come across to me as a person who is sincere and extremely well-informed on this issue.

    I am writing just to bring your attention to a small point with regard to your article. It is something that was also noted by someone else in the comments section.

    You refer to “thermal expansion” as a previously unknown phenomenon. Obviously, thermal expansion is not an unknown phenomenon and is something that does in fact occur to metal when heated. I fully agree with you that the official explanation for the destruction of the twin towers and WTC 7 is preposterous and that thermal expansion could not possibly account for the destruction of WTC 7, but I think that you should perhaps be more precise on this point so as to not give your critics any ammunition they can use to attack you.

  3. Good point.

    What is previously unknown is the beams dislodging and buildings falling down from it.

    Expressing these things always involves a trade-off between economy and precision.

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