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French Magazine Features Consensus 9/11 Points
The Consensus Panel,
a site devoted to providing the world with a clear statement of the best evidence opposing the official narrative about 9/11, has been publicized in Europe.
A French magazine, Nexus, which sells on news kiosks throughout France, has featured the 9/11 Consensus Panel in 12 pages of its upscale glossy magazine.
The English translation of the title is "9/11: Case Closed?" Each of the 28 Consensus Points is summarized in turn, there is a good selection
of photographs, and a page is devoted to 33 Consensus Panel footnotes
backing up the summaries. The article, by Kim-Anh Lim, appeared in the March-April issue of Nexus, which costs 6.90 Euros and is not published
on the Internet. However, a photograph of the cover shows the heading "11 Septembre: Les 28 points invalident la these officielle." There is
a summary in French of the article online at the Nexus website.
Nexus is a large company that produces magazines in 13 countries around the world.
Here is a description from their corporate web page:
“NEXUS is a bi-monthly alternative news magazine covering health breakthroughs, future science and technology, suppressed news,
free energy, religious revisionism, conspiracy, the environment, history and ancient mysteries, the mind, UFOs, paranormal and the unexplained.
NEXUS Magazine is not affiliated with any political, religious or spiritual groups or organizations whatsoever, and has been published since 1986.
The magazine is on sale in shops across Australia, New Zealand, UK, France, Italy, Holland, Greece, Poland, Croatia, Japan, Romania, Serbia and Russia.”
Former NATO Advisor Challenges Official 9/11 Story
In a talk on European TV in 2012, the main proponents for a new investigation were:
Steinhäusler coordinated NATO-SST.CLG research activities
on terrorist risks for nuclear plants from 2001 to 2004. He is also a member of the
Permanent Monitoring Panel on Mitigation of Terrorist Acts
(PMP-MTA), World Federation of Scientists.
Yet, like most physicists studying the topic he proposes questions concerning the collapse of the buildings. Considering that he is not
only a physicist but also a academic in material science, this could make him another important expert in the debate.
During the whole show, the audience was clearly on the side of Ganser and Steinhäusler and the whole way the discussion was
held and led was very fair. The main opponent to Ganser and Steinhäusler was the journalist Stefan Aust (former chief editor
of "Der Spiegel"). He tried in the usual ways to discredit their trustworthiness, but did not succeed at all.
The station broadcasting the talk was ServusTV, a division of "Red Bull". It is available free to air in Germany, Austria and
Switzerland via antenna or cable and via satellite even europewide. This is not a small local TV station.