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Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be discussing the tragic events that took place on September 11, 2001, which we have all grown to know as 9/11. There are many different versions about what took place on this tragic day but one thing we can all agree on is that it was a horrific day where over 1,000 Americans lost their lives. Since Fridays are our air days and 9/11 landed on a Friday this year, we felt it was appropriate to pay our respects for all of the victims and their families.
Some people specifically believe what the media told them about 9/11, some believe what the survivors say and some believe the accusations on the internet. Bobby G is a native New Yorker, so he can speak on the experience from a whole different perspective since he's speaking as an insider. You surely don't wanna miss what Bobby has to say.
Regardless of where you stand, what WOULD be a disservice is to brush it off with the whole "Oh well, it wasn't me or my family, so why do I care?" mentality, which a lot of people do and those people are a big part of why the world isn't what it should and could be. To not feel compassion and empathy for others, especially during times of tragedy, is basically disconnecting yourself from humanity, which makes you no different than sociopaths, psychos, Narcissists and the like.
Some of the biggest news and media platforms such as YouTube, which we all know is owned by Google, have given strikes and even deleted some YouTubers accounts for posting content that isn't in line with what the media said happened on 9/11, including who caused it and how the twin towers came crashing down. This is how they combat freedom of speech and it's unacceptable!
What we WILL do tonight is not care about popular opinion, speak truth to power, and keep it real! After all, this is It's Real Talk Radio, aint it!