Episode 5 of what has now become the must-see summer series.
Jean-Marie Bigard goes back over the morning of Georges W. Bush, President of the United State and commander-in-chef of the armed forces, during his visit to Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida at the moment America was attacked on that fateful day, September 11th, 2001.
As promised, famous French comic Bigard speaks directly to Obama in his latest weekly episode while still poking fun at the Official 9/11 Commission Report. Bigard uses the age old art of humor to explain once again what disturbs him in the infamous report riddled with lies, contradictions, omissions and distortions.
It looks like Bigard doesn't buy the official story which propels him to demand that Obama himself should instruct the FBI to release a video showing a Boeing 757 ...but only if Obama has the courage to do so.
You may recall a previous article about the famous French Comic Jean-Marie Bigard published here on 911blogger in October 2008. Jean-Marie Bigard was fiercely criticized for publicly claiming that the 9/11 terrorist attacks were an "enormous lie". Since then he has become persona non grata in the media because of his “deviant thinking”.
However, Bigard isn’t letting all of this get him down: “Opening my big mouth cost me a lot. But I think what has cost me even more was keeping my big mouth shut. So now I’ve decided never to shut my big mouth again”, Bigard said recently.
Jean-Marie Bigard has decided to return to the subject of 9/11 with a series of weekly video clips published every Friday on his own account at the video sharing website DailyMotion.
Below are the first two episodes with English subtitles:
The Magical Passports (Episode 1)
After one of France's most famous stand-up comedians apologized for claiming the 9/11 terrorist attacks were an "enormous lie", Monsieur Bigard, a friend of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, details the aftermath which resulted from his infamous appearance on the Europe 1 Radio Show by appearing on the Grand Journal television show.
Invited by Michel Denisot to talk about his role in Clérambard, which opened September 16th, 2008, at the Théâtre Hébertot, Jean-Marie Bigard returns once again to the subject of September 11th.