KOREY ROWE — one of the first responders on the scene of a government deception

Korey Rowe

New American Dream Interview

KOREY ROWE, 25, lives in Oneonta, New York.

He is one of the producers of one of the first documentaries about the 9/11 attacks to claim the attacks were carried out by the Bush administration.

An ex-Army specialist, Rowe returned home from two tours, one to Afghanistan, one to Iraq, to help his best friends, Dylan Avery and Jason Bermas to produce Loose Change, and eighty-minute, web-based film.

Loose Change [first and second editions] received over ten million online viewings.

The Final Cut was released in 2007.

More about Korey Rowe:


The New American Dream Trivia Question:

To win a copy of one of Palecek's books, or leftover Christmas candy, be the first one to correctly answer the following.

Korey Rowe would rather be ....

a. Meeting Karl Rove in the alley behind the Noplace Bar on River Street

b. Documenting President Obama's American Truth Commission Hearings

c. Kicking Jason Bermas' butt in racquetball

d. Pulling the director's chair out from under Dylan Avery

e. Catching some rays, eating some cheese, drinking some wine in Kandahar

f. Debunking de Limbaugh, de O'Reilly, de Couric, de Brokaw


NAD: Korey, hello, thank you for taking the time for this.

Well, what now?

Have you done all you can do about the issue of 9/11?

I don’t think anyone has done EVERYTHING they can. However I feel like I have helped.

Louder Than Words will continue to release films in the future.

Probably one film a year.

Subjects will continue to be on false flag terror ops as well as other topics that we feel passionate about.

NAD: Are you convinced that Bush did it?

Or, do you just think we don't have the full truth yet ... that we need a new investigation?

Bush was a pawn at best.

We need a real investigation into the events of that day, maybe then we an all stop the senseless bickering over trivial issues.

NAD: Would you like to choose one of these to answer, elaborate on?

I don't ask this to make fun. I ask because I really seek the answers.

Are UFOs real? Are there unidentified flying objects?

Did we land on the moon in 1968?

Did Bush knock down the towers?

Was Paul Wellstone's death an accident?

The Oklahoma City bombing? Wasn't that just another U.S. government terrorist exercise? Correct.

Waco. We burned kids, right? You can see flames shooting out of the tanks.
Not 100 percent.

Is Bigfoot real?

Is there a God?
Depends on your definition of God.

... What makes you think that?

Oh …. Common Sense.

Most things I feel you just need to think critically about for just a few seconds and common sense will point you in the correct direction.

... UFO’s goes to extraterrestrials. Is there a chance that there is life outside of our planet? If you don’t think so then you need only look at our closest neighbor. Mars.

... Have we ever been back to the Moon? Do we use it at all? Has any other country been there?

... Bush couldn’t plant to untie his shoes let alone the 9/11 operation.

... In OKC you can see them taking other bombs out of the building

... Bigfoot / God. Sure. Why not.

NAD: You must have met some amazing people on this journey.

Who are a few of your 9/11 heroes?


John Feal

Jesse Ventura

David Ray Griffin

Dylan Avery

NAD: Do you three still live in Oneonta?


Jason and I do.

Dylan moved to San Diego

NAD: Did you go to high school together?


Dylan and I did.

NAD: Do you think there is anything that can still be done to bring the real perpetrators of 9/11 to justice, to trial?


Too much to write.

There is no end to what we could do.

Only to what we have.

NAD: Do you have hope that Obama will pursue justice, regarding 9/11, regarding torture, regarding going to war based on lies, regarding millions of people being killed?

Regarding people planning a war, making money, while others died.



Obama will most likely do nothing special.

NAD: Does your favorite coffee cup have words on it? What are they?


I hate my boss. (I'm my boss)

What did you absolutely have to get done by noon today?



I can't think of anything that absolutely has to get done ever.

If it can wait till tomorrow, it can wait one more day.

NAD: How about by Christmas 2009?


Get ready for college.

Going for a degree in Mass Communication with a minor in production.

NAD: Oh ... one more thing [you are probably too young to remember Columbo, right?]

Did Bush and whomever steal the elections — with all this already in mind?

Do you ever wonder about that?


Votes do not have anything to do with an election.

The electoral college puts whom they want in power.



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