Saturday 20 June saw major protests against austerity in London and several other British cities. The 9/11 'Truth' movement has long sought to attach itself to parts of the left, the anti-war movement, Muslim community representative groups - basically anywhere it might come in from the cold for a bit of a warm.
This is how the Reinvestigate 9/11 group's newsletter, covers their intervention, in an email of 27 June:
Noel reports that he had a warm reception on the anti-austerity march in London with the new RI911 leaflet. "I managed to distribute more leaflets than ever before, 700 of them... Attitudes towards 9/11 seem to have changed dramatically. I was never once called a conspiracy theorist... I met lots of people I hadn't seen for years... One enthusiastic student told me they had debates on 9/11 at his university: York others told me of new 9/11 groups."
Given the outcome of the general election this year was hardly a ringing rejection of austerity, activists will have a hard job convincing the public of their case. Groups like The People's Assembly may wish to consider whether they also wish to lug a dead dodo in the shape of the 9/11 'truth' movement with them as they march from A to B.....