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AN INTERVIEW WITH THE LOOSE CHANGE CREW: DYLAN AVERY, JASON BERMAS, KOREY ROWE (Chicago June 23 2006 and 9/11 Truth rally, NYC, Sept 10, 2006), Video also features Immortal Technique, Carol Brouillet intervening at a Philip Zelikow talk, comments  from Alex Jones and 9/11 first responder David Miller and preview clips from 'Final Cut' - expected in major theaters September 2007.
see www.loosechange911.com for more info. 10min version at youtube : 26 minutes 21meg quicktime and 17meg winmedia links below:
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Transcript Snips of the Loose Change Crew Interview.
WAKING UP TO 9/11 

Snowshoefilms: "How did you get into making Loose Change?"
DYLAN AVERY: “To make a long story short, James Gandolfini, you probably know him as Tony Soprano, I asked him, ‘What do I have to do to be a successful director?’ and he said, ‘You have to have an important message to give to the rest of the world.’ And it was that point I started thinking about 9/11…it was the most important, huge event I could think of.”
JASON BERMAS:   “I’m taking a piss and I look down and I realize I’m pissing on Osama bin Laden’s face. And it says ‘Operation Enduring Freedom’ on it… I said, ‘Wow! This might be biggest piece of propaganda I’ve ever seen in my life and it’s in a high school…I said to myself, ‘You know what, I better make sure what they’re telling me is true, that it’s not a false flag operation.”  

Snowshoefilms: "Why do you think that people who are normally critically thinking about our government can't handle thinking about 9/11?" 
DYLAN AVERY:  “Cognitive dissonance. People are willing to believe their government does bad things, is corrupt, kills people but when it comes to domestic terrorism, false flag, it’s not within the realm of possibility, Like people who are all ready to put on an anti-war shirt, you know, one of the Buck Fush shirts and go down to DC and protest the war, the second you start talking to them, ‘Well, you know, this whole war thing wouldn’t have happened without 9/11.  So what’s you idea that 9/11 couldn’t have been done by our government?’ They’re like, ‘Well, that’s just ludicrous.’  Come on, our government has killed hundreds of thousands of innocent people based on a lie, what makes you think that 3,000 people weren’t killed for a lie?” 
JASON BERMAS: People are just not open to the idea that the U.S. government, the greatest land in the nation…people can’t come to grips that they would kill their ‘own people’ in order to kill more people somewhere else…” 
KOREY ROWE:  9/11 is  the greatest national tragedy, it’s a  wound on our soil. Thousands of people killed instantly and our country accepted that for what our government told us it was, and we invaded Afghanistan. [when people see loose change], they come out thinking, not that 9/11 was an inside job, but ‘What if my government  could lie to me?  What if what they told me on the news wasn’t true?  And what if they always lie to me?”  (filmed and edited by Josh Harvey, snowshoefilms co-founder and technical director).

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updated June 2007