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AE911Truth’s Richard Gage Was On Irish Mainstream Television

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The Excavator
July 13, 2011

Richard Gage, AIA, founder of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, spoke about the need for a new investigation into the 9/11 attacks on the popular talk show program “Ireland: AM,” on TV3 channel in Ireland on June 9, 2011.

Gage mentioned the fact that most people around the world, including many scientists, architects and engineers, have never seen footage of the collapse of World Trade Center 7. Building 7 fell in less than ten seconds on the evening of 9/11 despite not being hit with a plane.

It is a short interview but Gage admirably gets all the key points and facts across. AE911Truth’s mainstream appearance is a small step in the right direction. Change occurs after many small steps.

Richard Gage deserves our thanks and appreciation for soldering on and playing a big part in the fellowship of the truth. You would think it would be easy to convince people of facts and scientific evidence, but because people have strong emotions attached to the events on 9/11 they can’t see the cold, hard truth of that day.

It takes a long journey, and great journeymen like Gage, to wake people up and get them to the point where they can declare their mental independence from a false system of belief and a false view of history.

This article was posted: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 7:39 am





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