The Project for a New American Citizen

Saturday, March 17, 2007

Rebuilding America's Senses

A Project for the New American Citizen invites you to
Rebuilding America’s Senses, a two-day conference aimed at exposing state- sponsored terrorism and its application in staged false-flag operations. By understanding these two fundamental concepts, one can better comprehend how governments have historically used fear and even terrorism as a means to control their populations.
The conference will be organized around the historical and present use of state-sponsored terrorism, as well as its inevitable use in the future. It is our belief that a citizenry who is aware of such tactics will not be so easily coerced into supporting another unjustifiable war and continued degradation of their rights.

By attending this free conference you will hear from a number of prestigious speakers, drawn from all over the country, provide irrefutable physical and socio-scientific proof that Western governments have indeed been behind the major terrorist events of our lives, including the attacks of September 11th, the 7/7 bombings in London, the Oklahoma City bombing and many more.

WHEN: Join us Saturday April 14th at 11 AM and Sunday at 10 AM for a day long truth forum.
WHERE: The University of Texas at Austin. Room Burdine 106
Link to map.

SPEAKERS: Steven Jones, Alex Jones, Bob Bowman, Webster Tarpley, and Chris Emery

Then after the conference we invite you to Protest the Empire.
At 5 PM at the Main Mall ( in front of the UT tower)
An all encompassing rally, protesting the destruction of our constitution and rights, State-Sponsored terrorism, the lies of 9/11, the illegal wars in the Middle East, and the coming war with Iran.

(Our new site will be functional soon with more details of the event)



    Ann Arbor Mi. 03/17/07

    By Blogger Psychomikeo, at 6:47 AM  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:58 PM  

  • I want to go so badly!!

    By Blogger carbon, at 6:30 PM  

  • Excellent event!! Please post it at the national calendar so everyone can find it! Thanks for organizing this... wish I could be in Austin!

    By Blogger Janice, at 6:52 AM  

  • If you want people who live in and around Austin who are not familiar with the UT campus to attend your conference, you need to publish a crystal clear map and point out nearby parking to the Burdine Bldg. The links to the tiny maps on UT sites sucks.

    Need to show the building and its main artery access from all directions. You need to show nearest parking and if there is a charge on Saturday and Sunday and how much the charge is for that parking lot. If there is a close free parking facility, you need to show that too. Stacy just sent out the agenda and that was good because people who want to hear just one speaker can plan accordingly.

    Again, please make up your own map with big street name lettering and parking lot locations.

    It is a bummer to drive around UT campus looking for a parking place.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:05 AM  

  • Hello,
    Thanks for posting about the parking. We'll draw up a better map very soon was on the original agenda but was buried under the mass of things that have been piling up.

    Anyway, thanks again for reminding us. Also, an updated itinerary is accessible through our site. Click the banner to go to the further information, and it's near the bottom of that page, as well as speaker bios and such...


    By Blogger pnacitizen, at 3:29 AM  

  • What a lovely socialist world in which we live . . . a world in which there is no evil, a world in which all wars must have been started by those who stand to benefit monetarily. As if there is no such thing as tyranny. The greatest tyrants in this world were of your ilk . . . those who proclaimed equality among the masses and then exempted themselves from that very same standard. Tyranny must be fought with a never ending vigilance if a nation ever hopes to maintain its liberty. And can we hope to guess what intentions lie within the hearts of men? Should we wonder at whether to fight those who threaten our way of life, threaten us with death and pursue nuclear weapons? Should we hold off on a quick strike and resort to diplomacy or isolationism like your socialists friends Chamberlain and Roosevelt did before having to fight WWII? Wake up you silly, light weight communists, put down your conspiracy pamphlets, pick up a history book and read it; for fear of all fears . . . you might actually learn something.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:53 PM  

  • I hope someone will film this & share it on a bit torrent site!

    By Blogger Psychomikeo, at 5:59 AM  

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