In my neighborhood we call him the high priest of truth

August 16, 2008
(its tomorrow already in New Zealand)

Kim Hill of New Zealand National Radio interviews David Ray Griffin, one of the foremost exponents of process philosophy and theology, who in recent years has become one of the leading critics of the official account of the attacks of 11 September 2001.


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DRG "High Priest of Truth" I like that!!!

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The interviewer's criticisms were almost exclusively 'appeals to authority.'

When Griffin countered the phony argument that he -- as a debunker -- must offer a complete scenario for what ACTUALLY
did happen on 9/11, she got angry and cut him off. Griffin had used the analogy that if she (the host) were charged with a
crime that she did not commit, would it be incumbent on her to know who actually did the crime and how?

As debunkers, it is only necessary that we show the impossibility and improbability of the official story.
Speculation is useful, but should be kept to a minimum at this stage and always offered and labeled as speculation.

A proper investigation will sort out the perps and assign the guilt.