BBC to Cover Building 7's Collapse!

BBC program "The Conspiracy Files" is going to cover the collapse of WTC7. This is interesting but I'm reserving my judgment, especially after last week’s episode. Although I might be wrong, and besides any footage they show of its collapse on mainstream TV should be positive, even if the whole program's a hit-piece.

From the editors blog;  

"A number of you looked forward to the other programmes in the series, which continues in the New Year, especially the programme about 9/11. To answer questions about what we are covering in the 9/11 programme, we are covering all the key issues, including World Trade Centre 7, which was not hit by an aeroplane but which collapsed. And yes we did contact Professor Steven Jones, but he did not want to be interviewed for the programme and instead we interviewed the co-chair of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, Professor Jim Fetzer."



Fetzer? Please Lord don't


Please Lord don't get a wacky wind up your skirt

Yeah, I saw "last weeks

Yeah, I saw "last weeks episode". The "9/11" program is going out in the new year sometime. Expect a whitewash!! Count how many times the term "conspiracy theorists" or "conspiracists" like islamists is used to discredit.

Re last weeks episode. All you have to do is look at the damage to the car to see that the establishment are lying through their teeth.


This is the blog you're talking about, no?

This is the one, is it only

This is the one, is it only me who can't see this on the blog page?


I hate to be a stickler for details, but don't you owe someone an apology? Hmmmmm?

"I think that we have to look at these alternative groups and these alternative people who are continuing to make films and bring their research to the public."

Sally Regenhard - 9/11 Family Member

What Dz? Well I'm definitely

What Dz? Well I'm definitely sorry for being a dumbass, but I still don't see it on the blogs, it might just be my PC or something stupid.

Dude, it's just you!

I see it just fine on the blogs page.

Let me take a moment to point out the virtues of the "tracker" page, however -- all the recent blogs and stories are clearly laid out, along with a feature that keeps track of new posts, so you can easily see where discussions are happening.

Worked it out, it's my

Worked it out, it's my crappy AOL being shit as usual, I can see it fine on Firefox along with like five other blogs I couldn’t see either. Anyway thanks for the help Casseia, I never use this tracker thing, but it's actually a pretty good idea.