A Sweet Endorsement
Jan. 27, 2003, 1900 PST (FTW) - Over the
last year FTW has received
many messages from active duty military personnel not
supporting our work but
revealing a good deal of concern in the military about
what the United States is becoming. These men are not
afraid to fulfill their obligations as warriors but
they are afraid of going to war for the wrong reasons
and in the wrong way. Recent stories from Capitol Hill
Blue have indicated that even members of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff are questioning the Bush Administrations
policies and actions.
Not only is this a good sign it is a reminder to all
that no one group of people anywhere hold universal opinions
and that men and women of conscience and character can
be found in all places. This is the greatest saving grace
of mankind. I am especially grateful to Navy First Class
Petty Officer Mike Christmas for giving me permission
to us and of bravely allowing us to use his name.
Original Message -----
Friday, January 24, 2003 3:57 PM
just wanted to take a second or two of your time and
thank each and every one of you responsible for such
a wonderful website. I accidentally found it one day
doing a little bit of research into the Kennedy assassination.
to say, my jaw hit the floor when I began to read
your information. And like Mr. Ruppert says, my first
inclination was to just laugh a bit and call all of
you people nuts. But as I read more I couldnt believe
with your information I am able to watch the news and
just pick out the lies and the cover ups left
and right. MSNBC is very good at it. I ordered the
Building a Better Map cd and I absolutely love it.
for my roommate and he brought it to his work and played it for them.
I have also ordered your Truth and Lies of 911 video,
and two books from your site.
am eagerly awaiting their arrival. I tell almost everyone
that I talk to about your site. You see I am in the
navy, stationed in Norfolk, and
911 is a constant source of conversation. They too look at me like I'm
nuts, but the day after they visit your site they usually eagerly seek
me out to talk about it. Many have thanked me, so I in turn want to thank
look at your site 5-6 times a day, and I try to visit
most of the links whenever I can. Keep up the good
work. Maybe someday the Constitution will actually mean
Michael P. Christmas
Monday, January 27, 2003 12:12 PM
Re: FW: Thanks...
Mr. Ruppert, first let me say that it is an honor to
hear from you personally.
I never expected that. As I said in my first email
thank you for
putting out such wonderful information. I just received
your "Truth & Lies
of Sept 11" video today. As soon as I finish this
I am going to pop it in the vcr.
have been in the Navy for 12 and a half years now.
You asked about my rating, the DC1 stands for Damage
Controlman First Class Petty Officer (E-6)...basically
I am a fireman...but we also deal with chemical, biological,
and radiological warfare as well. So as you might expect
all the talk about biological warfare gets my attention
as of late.
found it pretty interesting the other day when
they showed that footage of the weapons inspector taking
off the top of that "chemical" missile they "found" in
Iraq the other day. One thing I can tell you is that
if you even think that there are chemical weapons around,
the last thing that you would do is take the top off
the thing and look inside!!! Especially Nerve agent!!
That just blew my mind.
also have a book that I would like to recommend to
you. Its called "Free For All" by Wendy Kaminer.
Why she doesn't touch on the inconsistencies
of 911, she does have some good things to say about
considering our civil rights. Or I guess what I should
say is what's
left of our civil rights. you have my support sir for
the work you do. And
I will do what I can to spread the word about your
site and your work.
You know I remember
taking an oath in which I said I would "support and defend the
Constitution of the US against all enemies foreign
how am I supposed to do that when our own government
Respectfully, Mike Xmas.