Saturday will see the biggest demonstration in London for many years, as tens of thousands come together to oppose the Con-Dems and their programme of cuts to public services.
In the midst of such campaigning, the stagnating 'truth' movement sees an opportunity to fish. Reinvestigate 9/11 are rallying at the Friends Meeting House in Euston, in what appears to be a concerted attempted to raise the profile of 'truth' ideals amongst the Quakers. Indeed a new subgroup has emerged Quakers for Truth on Terrorism.
They can probably do little harm in such circles, and the days when truth activists looked to seriously influence radical and anti-war activists is - thankfully - long gone. As other demonstrators look to actually oppose the cuts - by occupations and by staying put rather than leaving Hyde Park at the end of Saturday's events - those still waffling on about 9/11 conspiracy theories appear not just out of their era, but if anything a tad quaint.
A bit like the Quakers in other words.