Hemingway and Orwell fought in the Spanish Civil War, but Jonathan Kay couldn’t handle an afternoon in the rain

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Dallas Hansen Infowars.com Saturday, February 13th, 2010 At the risk of sounding immodest, Jonathan Kay is writing his Harper Collins book because of me. He tried taking on 9/11 Truthers back in ‘08 and I eviscerated him in an email. Well he showed up for some “field research” back in September and he didn’t seem interested in talking to anyone or seeing anything at all. He seemed more concerned with checking Facebook on his Blackberry and taking phone calls from his wife. Point is, the guy’s a douche and I called him out on it. I wrote this (see below) to him after he Facebook messaged me asking about my impressions of the WeAreChange conference in 9/11/09. Feel free to use it if you like. And I would be happy to reappear on Alex’s show to talk about this guy and his book. -Dallas Hansen * * * Hemingway and Orwell fought in the Spanish Civil War, but Jonathan Kay couldn’t handle an afternoon in the rain. He’s writing a book titled “Among The Truthers: Alternate Theories of 9/11, And The People Who Believe Them,” but couldn’t sit through their speeches. Didn’t really do any interviews. Came to Manhattan for the eighth anniversary and didn’t talk to Luke Rudkowski, founder of WeAreChange, a 23 year-old from Brooklyn who more than anyone else in the world is famous solely as a 9/11 Truther. Didn’t talk to Nick Carangi, the 25 year-old Temple University sociology grad student who founded Philly 9/11 Truth and received an infamous visit from the Secret Service. Didn’t hear from Craig Fitzgerald, a 14° Scottish Rite Mason. Ditto for WeAreChange co-founder Tom Foti, whose moving speech at One Police Plaza implored the NYPD to hear out the brother or nephew or friend who approaches with 9/11 evidence. Jonathan Kay never made it to International News Net studios at 56 Walker to find out why they were working with the Truthers, so he didn’t see the speeches and workshops, or the music. Didn’t see the surreal spectacle of video clips of WeAreChange’s best confrontations mixed to dark techno with samples like Luke telling David Rockefeller “You will never have a New World Order,” or take note of the unlikely persons on the dance floor. Didn’t even make it through Richard Gage’s talk, where he announced he’ll be doing

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Hemingway and Orwell fought in the Spanish Civil War, but Jonathan Kay couldn’t handle an afternoon in the rain

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