boston tea party | 9-11 commission report
The Boston Tea Party will be re-enacted the weekend of Saturday 16 December 2006 in Boston.
Sponsored by the The Boston Committee for 9/11 Truth
the organizers are calling to re-open the 9-11 Commission report to search more throughly the truth behind the bombing and collapse of the World Trade Towers in New York City.
The weekend's events begin at Boston College
at McGuinn Hall on the Chestnut Hill Campus
[the hyperlinks lead to maps of the campus
]. with a lecture by Col. Robert Bowman, PhD, U.S. Air Force
(ret), who's lecture will focus on the importance of the 9/11 movement, its need to provide a strong voice in today’s society, and how the movement relates to the current political process at large.
“The US government at the highest levels may have committed treason and mass murder by purposely allowing 9/11 to happen.” – Dr. Robert M. Bowman
On Saturday, the events start at Faneuil Hall and follow with a march to Boston Harbor.
In the spirit of the first Boston Tea Party, and to make great street theatre, the orgaizers are encouraging people with dress in 18th Century Colonial Wear. Simple instruction on becoming an american colonial patriot:
* Tri corner hat - easily procured fron costume shops and online
* White loose fitting shirt to wear under vest or cloak
* Vest and or Cape
* Pants, use corduroy pants, roll them up to the knee
* Socks long socks from knee length
* Black shoes (with buckle if possible)
* Bring a fife, drum, historical flag, hand held bells,
* Signs, create your own signs - use colonial typefaces if you can - Caslon is a good one
The timing is good. Other problems with 9-11 and its aftermath are coming now to the fore. Just last week the New York Village Voice
published an article ["Death by Dust
"] on the many health hazards, [including a markedly higher level of cancers and respiratory illnesses] that survivors of the Twin Towers are experiencing
without any response from the government, health insurance providers or the corporate captains who spoke so eloquently back in 2001 about what heroes those same survivors were.
Labels: 9-11, iraq, protest, social justice