9/11 as Theatre

John Doe II over at Team8+ has produced a very interesting Theatre Text/online book called;


Clocking in at 233 pages and over 1,000 footnotes, (the majority live hyperlinks), this is a very thoughful and thought-provoking document for people looking at 9/11 and looking for reference material.

Team8+ download page or zipped PDF direct dowload - 2 MB


Buzzflash has posted another unique piece that features a script-writer trying to pitch her OCT script back in 1993 to an incredulous Producer;

CC: OK, but here's a twist. We show a guy in the Mideast, sitting down to read about the attacks in the paper. He looks at the front page, we see the hijackers' photos, and when he turns, alarmed, to call out to his wife, we see one of the pictures is of him! The same happens to a couple of other guys, just so the audience gets the point.

WPF: Which is?

CC: It keeps them wondering. Now, US agents, disguised as Saudis, manage to capture a terrorist who was involved in the plot but wasn't a hijacker. He's a real namedropper, gives them the phone numbers of several Saudi royalty, says they'll vouch for him.

WPF: So we attack Saudi Arabia? That's handy -- don't we have bases there already?

CC: No, we invade Afghanistan. I haven't told you . . .

WPF: Afghanistan? Look, Cindy, you've left loose ends everywhere, and now you're tying them all with this made-for-TV, so-called investigation. You've got a concept here, but you've got unexplained Israelis running around, you've got Pakistanis, Saudis, dimwitted officials, wandering pilots, wild coincidences ... you've got it raining passports. You can't insult the audience. I'm late for lunch.

No time to read the other

No time to read the other yet but the Buzzflash thing is pretty sweet.

Bowman coverage on BradBlog

BradBlog.com is giving some much needed coverage to Lt. Col. Dr. Robert Bowman and his FL primary win. it's good to see Brad is not a gatekeeper.


I want to see theater, but

I want to see theater, but instead of fact right off the bat you can start with someone that is struggling with trying to figure out a way to tell their loved ones about this without looking like a maniac conspiracy theroist like Mel Gibson in that movie. Because the reality is, we are, and we are asking people to see the obvious. They can't because they are trying to keep their own fucked up lives together. It is painful and a lonely world that we live in. Put that on stage, not what we already have seen. Sell the facts in the lobby or give them away. The real tragedy is segration of families over these issues. I know first hand for I have been a hemp activist since 1995.

Start by revealing

Start by revealing historical FACTS about the role of governments in false flag ops. Alex Jones' Terrorstorm is excellent for this. You might wish to pre-warn your family that Alex Jones' voice can be a little offputting at first, a result of years as a radio show host I suspect (combined with bull-horning).

I Can't Believe My Own Eyes


Let's Scrap the 9/11 Commission Report and Start Again (2 comments )

Gov. Tom Kean's paid involvement in a highly biased television special is a timely reminder of the many flaws in the 9/11 Commission report. Although it brought some important information to light, the Commission's work was fatally marred by partisanship, personal agendas, and White House resistance.

The World Trade Center tragedy has never been investigated fully and fairly.

To understand the problems with the 9/11 Commission and its report, it's important to make the distinction between non-partisan and bipartisan activity. In order to be unbiased, the Commission should have been "non-partisan" - guided by impartial experts not involved with party politics.

Instead, the Commission was "bipartisan," comprised of politicians from both parties. Birpartisanship has its place but, as Washington politics too often demonstrates, it can lead to gridlock, indecision, cynical compromise, and the watering down of needed changes.

That's the story of the 9/11 Commission in a nutshell. Staff proposals were diluted by partisans from one party or the other. Senior staff members were selected who never should have been hired, because of their own conflict of interest. Chief among them was include executive director Phillip Zelikow, an appointee of both Bush administrations who might have felt that past policy failures reflected badly on him and his colleagues.

Kean and his Vice Chair, Democrat Lee Hamilton, now acknowledge that they felt unable to ask Rudy Giuliani all the pertinent questions about his management decisions, especially as they pertained to emergency communications. Why? They acknowledge that they bowed to political pressure, something a nonpartisan group would not have done.

When the report was issued, Kean and Hamilton took the opportunity to make a public pitch for themselves as ongoing leaders in the antiterrorism and homeland security efforts. That was inappropriate, and suggest that personal ambition influenced the behavior of both men.

The Commission complained publicly about White House delays and obfuscations, yet issued their report anyway - despite staff objections that they didn't have enough time to pursue all their leads properly. They took the extraordinary step of allowing the President and Vice President to testify together, and never fully investigated contradictions between Pentagon testimony and the written records they eventually obtained through subpoena.

There are a number of other complaints about the report, too. Now, Kean has accepted a "paid advisor" role for ABC's upcoming special on 9/11 and has been promoting it publicly. That program is being marketed through right-wing talk show hosts and bloggers, and includes a completely fictitious scene in which Bill Clinton is given a clear opportunity to take out Bin Laden and refuses.

Kean is allowing ABC to describe the special as "based on the 9/11 Commission report," despite this fictional and partisan scene. It's the last blow to his already tattered credibility and that of his commission.

Conservatives have their complaints about the report, too. Right or wrong, such complaints and doubts are inevitable when a body like the 9/11 Commission "bipartisan" instead of truly unbiased. Birpartisanship has its place, as in the bipartisan move to resist gutting the FISA laws. For a highly charged topic such as the World Trade Center attacks, however, party politics should be kept to a minimum.

We can't tell the story of 9/11 fully and fairly until we have a complete and thorough - and non-partisan - report. That means we're less able to prevent the next one. The country deserves better, and so do the victims of 9/11.


28-Year Career CIA Official

28-Year Career CIA Official Says 9/11 An Inside Job
Highlights missing Pentagon trillions as potential motive

Paul Joseph Watson/Prison Planet.com | September 7 2006

A 28-year CIA career man and a former skeptic of alternative 9/11 explanations has gone further than ever before in voicing his convictions that the attacks bore the hallmarks of an inside job and the three buildings in the WTC complex were brought down by controlled demolition.

Bill Christison is a former senior official of the CIA. He was a National Intelligence Officer and the Director of the CIA's Office of Regional and Political Analysis before his retirement in 1979. Since then he has written numerous articles on U.S. foreign policies.

In Christison's recent article, Stop Belittling the Theories About September 11, he afforded credibility to the notion that "significant parts" of the official 9/11 story were false and after careful research he concluded that the twin towers and building 7, "were most probably destroyed by controlled demolition charges placed in the buildings."



We know Ray McGovern is probably on board, even though he won't come out and say it. I know Jon has indicated Larry Johnson is not, which sucks because he is otherwise a great critic of this administration.

yes, Larry Johnson makes a

yes, Larry Johnson makes a lot of sense on many issues and since hes a republican(i believe) it makes his criticism that much more effective, but he was openly hostile to the idea that 9/11 was an inside job. he got really angry at the very notion of it. and McGovern needs to just come out and say it already, this is no time for soft ball, the fucking clock is ticking and we are bound to be "hit again" within 3 years, probably much much less. what happens after that "attack"? the time is now. Mcgovern is still a great man though.