CANNABIS CULTURE – Activists who believe the official story of 9/11 is just government ‘smoke and mirrors’ are asking fellow protestors to light up at 4:20 at the Vancouver Art Gallery this September 11.
The 4:20 Smoke and 9/11 Mirrors Flashmob will take place on Sunday, September 11 from 4:00pm – 4:30pm at the Vancouver Art Gallery as part of the Vancouver Zeitgeist Media Festival, a not-for-profit festival playing host to live music, visual and interactive art, speakers, and comedy featuring “forward-thinking local artists”.
From the 4:20 Smoke Mirrors Facebook page:
It has been 10 years of smoke and mirrors surrounding the World Trade Towers’ destruction, a false flag attack to justify and launch the war on terrorism. There has been wanton destruction and countless loss of life since.
Let’s mark the anniversary and peacefully protest with our own smoke and mirrors to draw attention to this travesty of justice, this violation of truth.
The smoke and mirrors flashmob requires three things:
1. Spark one up at 4:20 if you know what I mean
2. Pull that mirror or other reflective surface and flash it
3. Munchies, lots of munchies to share. Well actually, we’re gonna chip in to the food drive for Quest Food Exchange. So bring non-perishable food items and feed a Quest collection bin located throughout the site. Let’s help feed the hungry.
Speakers at the festival include co-Director of The National Health Federation Canada Candace Hill, Truth Party Project founder Jamie Scott, Vancouver marijuana activists David Malmo-Levine and Neil Magnuson and New Age teacher Yogacharini Maitreyi. Musical acts include Michael Afshin, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Ready Set Die, Childsplay, Conspirituality, and more.
The Vancouver Zeitgeist Media Festival is part of a global series of events to be held on September 11, 2011.
“Recognizing the power of art and media to help change the world, ‘The Zeitgeist Media Festival’ engages the artistic community and their power to changes values,” the festival website says. “It proposes that needed changes in the structural/economic workings of society can only manifest in tandem with a personal/social transformation of values in each of us.”
The movement was inspired by the public response to filmmaker Peter Joseph’s popular Zeitgeist film series; three films which have been viewed hundreds of millions of times on the Internet and focus on the attacks of September 11, 2001, the history of Christianity, the current economic system in the United States, and the future survival and governance of the human race.
The film features architects, engineers, and scientists who question the US government’s account of the events of 9/11 and are calling for a scientific investigation into the destruction of the twin towers and World Trade Center Building 7. Building 7, like the towers, collapsed at free-fall speed into its own footprint but was not hit by a plane. Building experts in the film theorize that only well-placed explosives could cause the type of damage witnessed on 9/11.
For ten years, a growing movement of senior military and government officials, law enforcement officers, firefighters, engineers, architects, aviation professionals, university professors, media personalities and journalists (including this reporter), medical professionals, 9/11 survivors and family members (see a massive list of them) and seemingly millions of conspiracy-theorizing Netizens have been attempting to expose the towering stack of evidence suggesting the US government and mainstream media lied about the events of 9/11 and have been attempting to cover them up since.
“There’s a lot of cross-over between the marijuana activism community and the 9/11 Truth Movement,” an organizer of the Zeitgeist Media Festival told Cannabis Culture. “Probably because people who smoke marijuana are used to thinking for themselves and questioning the accuracy of government claims.”
Visit the Vancouver Zeitgeist Media Festival website for more information.