Another conspiracy theory hit piece on CBC radio.

Jian Ghomeshi, a normally respected and objective interviewer dropped all objectivity when he interviewed Alex Jones, then author David Aaronovich (promoting his latest book about conspiracy theories. Here is the link to his show called simply "Q."
Jian's tone toward Jones was mocking, yet respectful toward the author who was promoting his book.
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Here is my response.
Jian. I'm disappointed that you weren't exactly objective in your treatment of the different guests. Yes Alex Jones can be a little excitable and sometimes controversial but he had some very valid points. On the other hand your second guest was typically smug and condescending and suggested the simplest answer is usually the truth. By that logic you should review the facts about 9/11 (I have no opinion about Diana.) If you apply Occam's razor to the collapse of "building 7" for instance, the evidence of thermate, same day eyewitness testimony of bombs going off, and freefall collapse, the simple answer would conclude that it was a controlled demoltition. Same goes with the military grade anthrax that was sent to certain politicians and reporters who questioned the official story. I could go on forever but I would rather suggest you, Jian, contact Richard Gage of and keep an open and objective mind.
Thank you.

Posted by: Arnie Hyma- Bowmanville | March 10, 2010 04:44 PM

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Positive comments

Most of the comments are supportive of the idea of investigating 9/11
This is a 180 degree switch from 4-5 years ago.
The tide has turned with the general public.
The mainstream media can't fight the truth forever.