Christopher Cuttance

I just wanted to make a comment about the screams of fury here over the BBC hatchet job on 911. After the 'Power of Nightmares' I too was expecting more from the BBC, but to watch them go over the same old discredited lies was indeed infuriating.
But there are points to be made here. The BBC followed the old line of appearing to be impartial - they questioned Dylan Avery and Fetzer (Fetzer is increasingly dodgy) - took from them what they wanted and then went to usually un-named 'experts' to 'contradict' them and left it at that. Had they then returned to either Avery or Fetzer, both could have shot down the official 'contradiction' with no trouble at all. And so it goes...
What this means is that the establishment on both sides of the Atlantic has decided to keep 911 under wraps. They have good reason to do so, the fall-out from exposing 911 would create incalculable political destruction in America and probably paralyse the entire country for around two years. So take that into consideration in making any decisions. I personally have decided that whatever chaos may come from getting to the truth it is better than the terrible poison that surrounds us now. However, it will take some further body blows to the Bush administration before there is a hope of that happening, and blows to this administration are going to be costly for everybody.

Power Of Nightmares

Yes, PON is good. Yet, it is has elements of disinformation.

For example, the claim Vince Foster was not murdered. He was most definitely suicided.

VINCE FOSTER - The Mirage of Suicide and The Reality of Murder

No acknowledgement of past False Flag operations carried while the dems were in power, OK City Bombing, WTC 93.

The dems are as guilty as the Neo-Cons for aiding the arrival of the NWO.

“it is possible to fool all the people all the time—when government and press cooperate.” George Seldes - "legendary investigative reporter"

Is this stupidity or duplicity?

BBC interviewed me for eight hours. I gave them literally dozens of arguments. The simplest way to make someone look silly when you are discussing complex and controversial issues is to state their conclusions but none of their premises. That's what was done here. I am sure it was the same with Dylan and Alex. Do you think that WE were the editors of this program? Egad! Are you really that obtuse?