Why We Need to Uncover the 9/11 Deception. WSF Panel, Montreal

Discussion workshop
Aug 10 2016  9:00 – 11:30


The 9/11 Consensus Panel has developed 48 Consensus Points of evidence (some of it new) refuting the official narrative of 9/11: http://www.consensus911.org/the-911-consensus-points/ This work has been translated into Dutch, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

A selection of Panel members will host a discussion about the ongoing importance of the 9/11 deception, including selected Consensus Points. There will be time for questions.

The Panel employs a systematic medical model to determine the “best evidence” regarding the events of 9/11.

Panel Members include science academics, engineers, attorneys, commercial pilots, journalists, and others. Their bios are at http://www.consensus911.org/panel-members/


Dr. Graeme MacQueen, Panel Member, Prof. Emeritus, Peace Studies, McMaster Univ.
Elizabeth Woodworth, Co-founder, consensus911.org, Writer
Dr. Sean Sweeney, moderator, Professor, Murphy Institute, International Program for Labor, Climate and the Environment
Dr. Niels Harrit, Prof. Emeritus of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen
Others, TBA,

Speaking the Whole Truth to Power: Why We Need to Uncover the 9/11 Deception

Activity Lead Organization

9/11 Consensus Panel

Group Admins

Elizabeth Woodworth

Programming theme

Culture of Peace and Struggle for Justice and Demilitarization


To inform / To make aware of
Networking / To meet
Debate / deliberate / discuss
Converge for action / to decide
Partner development / alliances constitution
To engage the media

Discussion workshop
Aug 10 2016  9:00 – 11:30
Université McGill – Pavillon Bronfman (Local 151)
1001, rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, QC, Canada


Simultaneous translation


Target audiences

General, Those interested in the global war on terror

Activities extended on the Internet


Last Modified
21 June 2016

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