I took a short sidetrip to Murfreesboro Tennessee and paid a visit to the Rutherford County Sheriff's office where I got to see what is supposed to be a 1.5 ton steel beam from the 9/11 demolition of WTC 1.
The artifact, as it's called, was unloaded just off the parking lot yesterday and is now open to the public with no waiting lines. We took the opportunity to take a few photos and to also touch it.
The artifact will be displayed in a permanent monument as a “visual reminder of 9-11. The memorial will be a constant reminder of the horrific incident of 9-11 and a constant reminder the law enforcement officers and firefighters in New York City endured to help the innocent. It will be a day that will live in the hearts of those there and who watched it on TV.”It's funny that most of the steel from the WTC was shipped off to China but that they did keep a very small portion of it. These beams are part of the not so easy to come by pieces that are being doled out to those who will incorporate them into what will be 'official story' memorials, several of which should be ready for the 10th anniversary.
The Port Authority, which built and owned the Trade Center complex, decides on the government agencies and non-profit organizations that get artifacts. Court approval is required, since the pieces are still considered crime-scene evidence. Requests must be on proper letterhead, and memorial sketches must be submitted. Communities can't charge an admission fee and must pay to transport the artifact.
Once those requirements are met, communities are given the artifacts on a first-come, first-serve basis.
It's no coincidence that Murfreesboro got a beam and a memorial. Middle Tennessee has been designated as as a 'hot spot' for perpetuating the meme of "Muslims are the enemy." We've had the Mosque issue getting national attention and now we're seeing a state legislature attempt to felonize something or the other about Muslims and Sharia law. The local news is incorporating images of the burning and exploding towers into their coverage
The law will not pass. This is just an opportunity to get more demonetization of Muslims into the media, stir the pot, because without it the war on humanity might have a more difficult time. The perps so far have gotten by with the lies of 'Muslims did 9/11' but they have to keep trying to reinforce those lies in the face of an awakening population.
These Tennessee "Sharia' lawmakers are being 'influenced' and are most likely having their bills written by the Center for Security Policy. This would be our old buddy, zionist neocon PNAC prick Frank Gaffney, who is pulling some strings and spreading some money around.
To me the beams seem symbolic of the old story of how we're always trying to pick out the speck in the eyes of those around us while having a beam stuck in ours.
The beams blind us but you know what ... they can be removed.