Dallas 9-11 Truth Wins Push the Truth Video Contest
Sorry to all for the delay-- we were quite overwhelmed by the vast number of quality entries-- but JonesReport.com is pleased to announce Dallas 9-11 Truth Action as the winning video in the Push the Truth action video contest.
There were over 90 entries, nearly all of which demonstrated great quality, artistic merit and information. But only one could win. Alex Jones has decided to name a 2nd place prize as well-- in the name of $100 and 10 copies of Terrorstorm.
The winning video, Dallas 9-11 Truth Action-- aptly subtitled Now its your turn-- proved the best demonstration of pushing the truth forward. Its participants took tangible action and spoke with real people-- which generated a number of surprisingly honest reactions and responses. The guy in red who didn't care how many buildings fell on 9/11 is unbelievable. It was also an interesting factor to spread 9/11 truth at Dealey Plaza-- also the site of a very curious government black op. The setting may have been one where people are willing to question more about what's going on. Others seemed more willingly resigned to ignorance. Putting an Infowars.com sticker on the X supposed to represent where the kill shot took place was an ingenious locale to plug one-such example of a website willing to explore the truth (incidently, JFK investigator Jim Marrs explained to Alex and crew that the X does not mark the actual spot and was just another distortion in the JFK murder explanation).
In essence, Dallas (and North Texas) 9-11 Truth Action really captured all the right elements-- actively willing to get the truth out there without being afraid to really discuss issues with unreceptive people.
2nd Place goes to Nathan Moulton, who gave away over 500 DVDs in the making and also had the wherewithal to infiltrate Halliburton and a Freemason Lodge with truth.
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Bohemian Grove: "Precedential Proof of Presidential Truth" was great because it had an extremely clever and clearly original song densely loaded with information twisted in rhyme. The "slideshow" of images was fairly straight-forward but was very helpful in catching the words and thus taking meaning.
One catchy stanza not only strung out a series of smart three-syllable rhymes, but contained the most original plug:
Lawyers, astronauts...even presidents
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