9/11 'Truth' Grips Michael Moore

Source: http://www.nypress.com/blogx/display_blog.cfm?bid=76184499

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

9/11 'Truth' Grips Michael Moore

I've knocked a lot of people for their affinity for 9/11 conspiracy theories. Big names are no exception.

Here is a video of documentarian Michael Moore implying that 9/11 might have been an inside job, and that the World Trade Center might have been brought down by a controlled demolition.

"Well, I've had a number of firefighters tell me over the years, and since Fahrenheit 9/11, that they heard these explosions, that they believe there is much more to the story then we've been told. I don't think the official investigations have told us the complete truth. They haven't even told us half the truth," says Moore on the video (Hat Tip: Reason).

The videographers also try to get New York Press columnist Amy Goodman, who witness the collapse of WTC7, to join their cabal. She doesn't bite.

Moore says he plans to look into the 9/11 conspiracies in his own special way eventually, so you can debunk Moore's next documentary early by checking out Popular Mechanics. How about another video:

It can't be said enough.

UPDATE: Alas, YouTube has purged the video.

Posted by John DeSio at 5:53 PM
tags: nypress, new york, 9/11, 9/11 truth, conspiracies, michael moore, amy goodman

I cannot understand why

I cannot understand why people keep promoting Popular Mechanics despite it having been debunked.


It's like those who keep promoting Loose Change. Incredible.

? I hope you misunderstood,

? I hope you misunderstood, because otherwise I did. I think he means Michael Moore would make a documentary that would fit Popular Mechanics debunking, that is, if you believe Moore has the wrong intentions, is a cover up/gatekeeper type. I hope it is just great sarcasm, then again I consider Fox News the best comedy channel in the US..

I think the entire article

I think the entire article is sincere, and that he means you can use Popular Mechanics' seriously (and obviously unbeknownst to him) flawed article to debunk Moore's potential future 9/11 documentary before it's even made.

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