This Website Exists As a Critique of Those Pseudo-Skeptics Who Are Attacking Genuine 9/11 Skeptics

Among The was initiated as a platform to outline the internal inconsistencies, misrepresentations and outright lies contained in Jonathan Kay's specious psychoanthropology of the diverse array of global citizens devoted to the quest for the truth of what did or did not happen on September 11, 2001.
While Jonathan Kay and his paymasters have consistently demonstrated a careless disregard for the empirical evidence concerning the actual substance of the most seminal event in the global geopolitics of the twenty-first century, the contributors to Among The will endeavour to bring scholarly rigor to 9/11 Studies.

In the spirit of the Enlightenment's devotion to the imperatives of science over superstition, reason over authoritarian manipulation of public mythology, we seek to expose the lies and crimes that have been allowed to proliferate because of the systematic failures of public officials to conduct credible criminal investigations concerning culpability for the 9/11 attacks. We seek on this, the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 debacle, to bring the healing powers of justice to a festering wound in our body politic. The infections emanating from this wound have taken many forms, including plagues of illegal torture, incarceration, crimes against democracy, violations of due process and wholesale slaughters of innocent civilians. By pursuing 9/11 Truth we seek an end to the 9/11 Wars so aggressively promoted by the likes of Jonathan Kay and his fellow propagandists who have made it their priority to promote the most vile forms of Islamophobia. 

Jonathan Kay is due to publish a book in May 2011 which he purports to have written entitled Among The Truthers.  Kay argues in Among The Truthers that "a vast conspiracist subculture. . .is spreading like wildfire and beginning to influence mainstream politics" which he claims is causing "real damage to the unity and health of North American society.Kay has written one other book before entitled "The Volunteer: A Canadian's Secret Life in the Mossad" which he co-authored with a Mossad agent. 

Quotes from Jonathan Kay:
"I could lie. . .to my readers, and tell them that I’ve read the U.S. government’s 571-page 9/11 Commission Report, or Popular Mechanics magazine’s authoritative report on “Debunking the 9/11 Myths.” But the truth is that I haven’t. I never felt the need to because, on a purely instinctive level, I always believed the Truthers’ case was complete nonsense." Jonathan Kay, National Post. 

"I have never bothered schooling myself in the minutiae of 911-ology — the microscopic examination of photos and videos, the comparison of melting points and mechanical properties of this or that construction material, the second-by-second timetable of U.S. Air Force activity on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. I have never done so because it is tedious and time-consuming." 
Jonathan Kay, National Post.

"properly contextualized...the official version is a conspiracy theory too because you're theorizing about a conspiracy perpetrated by 19 hijackers and their supporters in Afghanistan." Jonathan Kay, speaking of David Ray Griffin's theses during a radio interview with Raymond Geisler.

"As with all conspiracy theorists, debate is pointless." Jonathan Kay, National Post. "[A]s you know I'm a firm believer in the official [conspiracy] theory of 9/11." Jonathan Kay, comment made in an email.

"The worldwide awakening of militant Islam [. . .] explains the intense devotion exhibited by many Westerners [. . .] to Israel's cause: they instinctively see in the state a microcosm of the civilized world's 
  struggle against a murderous ideology and the men who embrace it [. . . such] nihilistic killers struck the United States on 9/11." Jonathan Kay & Michael Ross in The Volunteer: A Canadian's Secret Life in the Mossad

             Joshua Blakeney and Prof. Anthony J. Hall respond on Newstalk 1010 to Jonathan Kay's hit piece in the National Post on 9/11 Studies: