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Paul Simon protests USA’s “sound of silence” on 9/11 truth

Charles Moffat: US Censorship 2001 Paul Simon had been told to play “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” at the Ground Zero tenth anniversary event. Without telling anybody what was coming, he played a 9/11 truth protest song instead. The “people talking without listening” didn’t get it. The awakened people did. This is one of the most profound moments of musical protest ever recorded. Hello darkness, my old friendI’ve come to talk with you againBecause a vision softly creepingLeft its seeds while I was sleepingAnd the vision that was planted in my brainStill remainsWithin the sound of silence In restless dreams I…


Let’s BURN the 9/11 Commission Report on September 11th, 2011

A Muslim brother just emailed me this heartbreaking remark about the Florida Qur’an-burning: Pakistanis slam Qur’an desecration (Muslim Americans Still Silent One Week Later?) But what can we say? As Muslims in post-9/11 America, if we express our real feelings, we will be called “extremists”; and if we insist on our right to defend ourselves, both verbally and physically, against the ongoing 9/11-instigated genocide, we will be labeled “terrorists.”  For just as “driving while black” (DWB) still can get you pulled over, DWI (Defending While Islamic) can get you shipped to Guantanamo. After all, they couldn’t accomplish a genocide against…