This topic is directed specifically at Rys, but I felt it would be appropriate to post it on the forums.
I think you should do an AMA on reddit.com. If you haven't heard of reddit, it's a huge site that's replaced Dig, an older, similar site. Digg and Reddit work by displaying the most upvoted threads on the front page. Every user can "upvote" or "downvote" a thread, sending it further towards the frontpage, or further away, where no one will see it. An "AMA" is an "Ask me Anything" thread. Originally AMAs were about professions, for example, "I am a professional captain of a yacht. AMA" but anyone with information or stories to tell can make one and be asked questions by the community.
About a year ago, someone made a popular thread called "How many of you believe that 9/11 was an inside job, and why?" I read through the thread and decided to post, even though I assumed my opinion would be drowned in downvotes, and would therefore be unseen. However, it received almost 700 upvotes. SEVEN HUNDRED. That is a LOT
of upvotes for a single post and who knows how many people have viewed that extremely popular thread with over 2,000 replies. Here is the thread, my post is at the top. http://www.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/a9b9n/how_many_of_you_believe_that_911_was_an_inside/
(And on the subjet of the pentagon- I did view your videos on how the missile hitting the Pentagon was not true. In that case, I am a victim of misinformation.)
As you can see- I clearly outlined and explained why I believed that 9/11 was an inside job in 21 points, and it was a tremendous success. I had gotten through to a LOT of people by explaining simply, clearly, and with organization, things that did not make sense on 9/11. This is why I would like you to do an ask me anything thread. The reddit community is amazing, and compared to any other internet culture, very open minded. Not to mention, has a liberal bias and is anti-war. I know with certainty that if you make an AMA that you will inform and educate a LOT of people. As long as you are polite, are humble, and answer the questions, you will not be downvoted for your opinion. That is how the community works. Out of any individual I've encountered on youtube or the internet, you clearly know your shit. I can only imagine what a positive effect sharing your opinions on 9/11 and everything related can have.