TV Fakery RIPeril

"Disinformation, in order to be effective, must be 90% accurate." -- Peter Dale Scott
Just as important as to what actually happened on 9/11, the 911 truth movement has superbly brought forth many questions putting doubt into the government story to warrant a "real investigation". With that same level of vigor, it should clearly be stated what did NOT occur, especially when those theories seem at times to put a thorn in the movement.

The sources of TV fakery are different from sources that blatantly attack the 911 truth movement as completely wrong e.g Skeptic Magazine. Instead they offer a subtle approach of accepting most theories within the movement while disagreeing on topics that are not only unproductive, unsupported, lead to nowhere, but discredit the movement at face value (IMHO). There's nothing wrong with being skeptical, but one should be extremely cautious.

Once in a while I still hear a dew undecided voices on the TV fakery theory, most don't discuss these lines because they seem speculative, with just cause. The following videos should confirm the speculations raised.

And other videos from

The following movies are extremely likely to be disinfo for content of TV fakery (and other reasons)
1) 911 Octopus
2) September Clues

Sites that promote TV fakery:
1) "Scholars for 9/11 Truth" - (Dr. James H. Fetzer, founder)
2) Killtown -

Not comprehensive by any means.
Note that TV-fakery sites have a lot of information that seem to have occurred, the shootdown of 93 for example, but then attempt to mislead by associating the little debris of 93 (indicating no plane crashed there without being shot down) or what happened at the Pentagon with the WTC no plane theories.

*Please note*
Do NOT confuse the "Scholars for 9/11 Truth" with the "Scholars for 9/11 Truth & Justice". The "& Justice" means a world of a difference in terms of approaching 9/11 from a scientific fact perspective, not science-fiction or sci-fi. This similarity of names seems to attempt to discredit the later or, at the very least cause confusion. The work of the Dr. Steven E. Jones is credible, verifiable, and based on the scientific method.

The growing 911 truth movement has had the need of mission statements to guide the movement away from the previously mentioned disinfo. Statements put forth such as from sites like seem to serve the purpose

External Links
Twenty-Five Rules of Disinformation
Disinformation: Distracts and Discredits

The above statement are my own and not associated with 911blogger or any entity mentioned.
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