Peter Dale Scott: JFK & 9/11 - Insights Gained From Studying Both

Scott has used this talk, (presented on November 18, 2006 at the COPA conference in Dallas), as a springboard for much further research and analysis. A modified text form of this talk is available at Michel Chossudovsky's Global Research website. Most recently, Scott expanded on the research initiated in this talk at the Making Sense of the 60s conference in Pittsburgh, and a transcript will be published soon. For those who haven't seen this talk, it will be useful to view it before taking on Scott's Pittsburgh remarks. Now reissued on YouTube.

Most recently is Scott's talk at McGill University in Montreal, which touches on some of this research;

Canada: National Post article on 9/11 skeptics


This is a variant on "the dog that didn't bark" detective story...

Briefly, from the article:

The spreading ripples of conspiracy to silence those dismissing the official version of what happened on Sept. 11, 2001, got one ring larger recently: this newspaper was dragged into the subterfuge when an article on 9/11 conspiracy theories in the federal election campaign was delayed due to space limitations.

It did not take long for the missing story to add to an already complicated plot for a number of 9/11 skeptics who had been contacted for the story -- and who were already deeply mistrustful of the mainstream media.

"Who got to you?" one wrote to the reporter after the story was not in the newspaper the next day. (Story continues at website...)

Excellent talk...

Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

i saw this video when I googled JFK 911

It must have been soon after he made it that I had the notion to see if anyone had done a comparison. I believe, as do many others, that the cover-up of 911 has been from the same basic playbook that they used to cover up the JFK assassination.

Peter Dale Scott enlightened me then, and in the newer video he enlightens me further. He is one of the great minds. We are fortunate that he works so diligently for our cause.