Les Jamieson

Mark Crispin Miller on Election Theft, 9/11, and the Silence of the Left

A talk given by Mark Crispin Miller, Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU, at the Left Forum at John Jay College in New York City, May 31, 2015.

In this talk, Miller speaks about the collaboration of supposedly 'left' media and activists in the placing of tremendous obstacles around the discussion of topics such as election theft and 9/11, and their great reluctance even to investigate such topics for themselves. 'They don't want to go there,' says Miller. It's as though these issues are, 'in a bad part of town, and they would never go there.'

Miller further argues that the widespread employment of the term 'conspiracy theory' to thwart the questioning of just about any official story is 'probably the most effective propaganda drive in American history, maybe even world history.'

(Introduced by Les Jamieson.)

9/11 Free Fall 9/26/13: Les Jamieson- Activist

Les Jamieson is a resident of Brooklyn and has studied the alternative research into 9/11 since November, 2001. He was an organizer for the 3-year long film series at St. Marks Church on Sundays in New York's east village and a leading organizer for the NYC 9/11 Ballot Initiative. He has also been central in planning several large 9/11 symposiums around the country and anniversary events in New York City including the Rethink911 rally in Times Square under this campaign's billboard. In this episode he talks with Andy Steele about the 9/11 Commission, the ReThink911 rally in New York, and his thoughts on the American public and the resistance of some to facing the evidence about what really happened on 9/11.