This site was originally set up prior to the declassification of the 28 Pages to warn the 911 Truth movement.
It seemed (and still seems) clear to us that obsessive public attention on the declassification of "The 28 Pages" -- an approach which directly supports the Official 19-Hijackers Conspiracy Theory -- is not only a classic case of misdirection by the power-that-shouldn't-be designed to take the heat off the real perpetrators, but also cuts off the movement's opportunity to raise newcomers' awareness of the wealth of real information developed by 9/11 researchers over the past 15 years.
We have made clear that we are not opposed to the declassification of the 28 pages as such. The problem is that over time the 9/11 Truth Movement has produced a body of research that makes it crystal clear that there is no way the powers-that-shouldn't-be will permit a revealing of the main perpetrators. As a result, we have maintained that declassification would be at best a limited hangout that would mislead the public and potentially sidetrack the Movement. We believed that support for declassification should be accompanied by information that puts any information revealed by the declassification in proper perspective.
In retrospect, it appears our concerns were justified.
The various pieces of often-unvetted information in the document assert that various individuals connected with the Saudi royal family provided financial assistance to some (two) of the nineteen alleged "hijackers." There were many details in the document, but its main point differed little from the assumptions about its nature that were widely discussed before the declassification. There has been a flurry of bally-hoo about the "Saudis did it," giving final impetus to the ill-conceived JASTA bill that has asserted the legality of private lawsuits by victims of "terrorism" against governments that are claimed to have supported that terrorism. The Congress that passed the bill virtually unanimously went on to override the President's veto on September 27. The conversation surrounding that bill has never diverged from the Saudis-did-it meme.
The Results So Far
The "28-pages wing" of the 9/11 Truth Movement has held as an article of faith that awareness on the part of the American public that their government has been lying to them about the Saudi issue would act as a shoehorn to move them to pursue the truth as never before. So far, however, the focus on the Saudis has consumed public attention. It appears, to us at least, that in its explicit support of the Official ("hijacker") Conspiracy Theory, the declassification has deflected further exposure of the truth, as we had expected. And it has done this, again as expected, with the cooperation/connivance of the mainstream -- and most of the alternative -- media. The only approach that has so far moved the public toward truth to any degree (large or small) appears to have been the engineering/scientific argument, which is independent of Saudis or "hijackers."