Luke Rudkowski is reporting that WeAreChange activists are being verbally and physically assaulted when they go down to Ground Zero to engage in peaceful activism;
"After the Time Square Bombing that took place at the very place that WeAreCHANGE does their street actions each Saturday night, Nico [Haupt] came out to our Ground Zero Vigil with a huge sign saying "We Did The Time Square Bombing." Nico tried to associate us with the terrorists who committed a horrendous and cowardly act on this city of New York. He continued for weeks with the police department ignoring him, and decided to raise his efforts in trying to destroy our message of peace and truth..."
Apparently, we don't need to worry as much about Geraldo Rivera, who said on FOX and Friends, on March 7, 2008, "I think that this bomber isn't Al Qaeda, isn't anything like that... He's more like those '9/11 was an inside job' kind of guys...". Rather, we have to be concerned about people generating videos that attempt to tie 9/11 Truth to violent acts, and then proceed to commit acts of violence against 9/11 Truth activists like WeAreCHANGE.
It's strange how once seemingly rational individuals seem to metamorph into extreme proponents of theories that are by and large rejected by a majority of 9/11 researchers and activists. Although you would never know this by visiting YouTube, where a disproportionate number of YouTube users generate an endless stream of absurdities that reflect most unfavorably upon 9/11 researchers in general.
A majority of users at this site have taken deep offense to the proponents of "TV Fakery", and now that the leading proponent of this rejected theory has apparently taken to committing intimidating acts of violence to gain attention, those who have embraced "TV Fakery", (and the associated branching theories), now find themselves keeping some very questionable company indeed. The decision I made as editor of this site to not tolerate "TV Fakery" was driven by the user base opinion of this site, expressed in comments and down-votes.
It doesn't surprise me a great deal to see that absurd theories like "TV Fakery" seem to be prime vehicles for disruption and division within the 9/11 Truth community. Website editors and administrators of 9/11-related communities will all have to deal with this in their own ways.
Ignoring it has failed.