An Evening with
DAVE VON KLEIST
7-10 pm, November 19
Dave von Kleist, Co-Host, The Power Hour (carried on Genesis Communications Network), will screen his new documentary 9/11 Ripple Effect. Afterwards, he will perform his latest songs and also discuss the many issues surrounding 9/11. Joining him will be Rev. Davidson Loehr, Ph.D., Senior Minister at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin, founding member of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, and author of American Fascism and God.
Also on hand will be cartoonist Mack White and researcher SMiles Lewis, co-hosts of PsiOp Radio (carried on the Anomaly and Revere Radio networks). White, editor of the comics anthology The Bush Junta, will sign copies of his works exposing 9/11, Operation Northwoods, the assassination of John Lennon, and television mind control. In addition, members of local activist groups, including Vote Rescue, will be present with information on how you can take action to preserve our freedoms in these troubling times.
Texas School for the Deaf
1102 South Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas
To Find the Building:
On the south side of campus, turn from South Congress onto Elizabeth Street. Enter campus through the Elizabeth Street gate. Take the first right. The Kleberg Building is the first building on the left. There will be signs to help you find the building and the meeting room.
For more information about this event, please call Evelyn at 512-799-6677
or Laura at 512-293-1948
9/11 Ripple Effect
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED?
NEW from producers William Lewis & Dave von Kleist.
Lewis and von Kleist take you behind the scenes on the morning of September 11, 2001, using photographs and live video feeds. Pilots, military personnel, and 9/11 researchers assist in frame-by-frame analyses of some of the most shocking footage ever uncovered.
FEATURING: Fred Fox, Glen Stanish, Russ Wittenberg, Gen. Albert Stubblebine, Col. George Nelson, Maj. Glen MacDonald, Maj. Doug Rokke, Kevin Barrett, Jim Fetzer, Phil Jayhan, Jim Marrs, William Rodriguez, and hosted by Dave von Kleist.