September 11, 2008

It's September 11th, 2008: Why Not Make Your 9/11 Resolution to Start a Blog to Expose the Cover-up?

It's September 11th, 2008: Why Not Make Your 9/11 Resolution to Start a Blog to Expose the Cover-up?

By Arabesque

Today is September 11th, 2008. Why not mark the occasion by starting your own 9/11 blog to expose the 9/11 cover-up? As I wrote:

9/11 truth activists often complain about the Corporate sponsored media (MSM) and their collective silence when it comes to explosive 9/11 information. As just one example, Dr. Steven Jones, Physicist Challenges Official 9-11 Story was listed at #18 in the top 25 censored stories of 2007, by Project Censored.But Jenny Sparks points out this surprising fact: 91% of the users of the Total911TruthNOW website do not have a blog. Does this hold true for other 9/11 forums? Think about this for a second: if you are serious about exposing the 9/11 cover-up, this means you are going to have to get your voice heard by effectively promoting 9/11 information... if you are tired about the MSM not reporting 9/11 information, why not do something about it by starting your own blog? ...Along with participating in the 11th Day of the Month Campaign and other types of activism, all of these things will all add up together and the MSM censorship blockade and gatekeepers will be completely irrelevant.
As I also explained in another post, simply creating a blog and linking to 9/11 news stories and websites makes a difference:
The variety and number of websites is what will increase page rank, visitors, and exposure for 9/11 truth. In other words, if we all just hanged out at 911blogger and didn't make our own blogs, we would have limited exposure. By creating separate sites we are significantly increasing exposure for not only sites like 911blogger, but for 9/11 awareness, which is what really matters.
A short tutorial demonstrates how easy it is to set up a blog.

Don't know how to blog? I explain setting up a blog and important features in more detail. For example, you can promote the latest news stories from as soon as they appear automatically on your own blog.

In another post, I explained that blogging can be combined with virtually any 9/11 activism:
When it comes to 9/11 activism, you are only limited by your imagination. Anyone can get involved by blogging about 9/11 information, making transcripts of 9/11 media, reporting your own activism, making your own 9/11 research, and making your own critical reviews of 9/11 news, research, and other media.
Finally, I explain the importance of citing sources and fact checking.

As I concluded in my original article:
Don't wait for someone else to expose the 9/11 cover-up. Get involved by reporting and promoting 9/11 information. Every person who speaks out by spreading credible information, 9/11 truth websites, and films will make a difference. If the MSM is not going to report 9/11 information, are you just going to keep waiting for them to do this, or are you going to take action and do something about it? Instead of passively reading information and listening to radio shows, why not get involved by spreading this information by promoting it on a blog?... Why not make your 9/11/2008 resolution to start a 9/11 blog and become part of the alternative media to expose the 9/11 cover-up?

Joe Lauria explains the power of bloggers:

Your first question about the internet and its role, there's only one thing that will move the mainstream media, and that's business, whether it starts to hurt their business, and it is, it has, they're terrified of the bloggers, and they're terrified of the internet, because they realize that it is taking business away from them, people are reading them... they're playing around with having their own reporters do blogs to try to co-opt the thing and it's not working very well, and there's a lot of crap on the internet - I would think that a large percent of what bloggers write is absolutely nonsense, and opinion without any fact, they're not trained as journalists... a lot of it is anonymous, but there are a lot of important bloggers who are doing better work than mainstream journalists, they're doing it without pay! They're doing it because they want to show anywhere where the press is not doing its job, and they are feeling that pressure... And the blogosphere is showing that there are... who are really starting to lead the way. And they aren't professionals in the same sense of the training, but they are filling in where the mainstream press is failing - we've seen government run amok because of that, as you know - eight years of the Bush administration.

Joe Lauria, Sibel Edmonds Case: FBI Files "Formal Complaint" With Sunday Times

A 9/11/2008 Resolution: Start Your Own 9/11 Blog!