911 left gatekeeper

Some questions and comments for Doug Henwood and others


Some questions and comments for Doug Henwood and others
By Joseph Diaferia
Online Journal Contributing Writer
May 4, 2010, 00:25

In the days that followed the 9/11 attacks, information regarding mysterious “put-options” on American and United Airlines, in the week or so prior to the attacks, began to reach the alternative media.

Already doubtful of the veracity of the Bush administration’s official narrative, I decided to email economist and Left Business Observer publisher Doug Henwood and ask if he had any knowledge of the 9/11 related insider trading that journalists, such as Mike Ruppert, were starting to bring to light. Having received a prompt reply to a previous email I had sent Mr. Henwood regarding one of his speaking engagements, I believed it reasonably likely that a question relating directly to the economics of 9/11 would elicit some kind of response from him. No response was forthcoming, and on Thursday, April 29, 2010 almost a decade later, the reason became clear.

Greg Palast Discredits 911 truth - Calls Steven Jones a "fruitcake"


Greg Palast displays his complete ignorance on 911 truth. When the interviewer asked about WTC7, stating that it was not hit by any planes, Greg Palast replied: "I saw the planes hitting the buildings!" - and then say "we've looked at this, there's nothing to it."
Like we're supposed to take his word for it? If he doesn't even know what WTC7 is, we can't trust this guy.