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Conspiracy theory demolished

See also: 9/11 activist hands himself in to British police for "peddling lies" that 9/11 and 7/7 were staged (1/10/14).

I knew there had to an answer to the 9/11 conspiracy theorists that would make the facts clear to non-experts. This 5 minute video (Also at YouTube) demolishes the fantasies peddled by extreme right and looney left paranoids.

It is unfortunate that ABC Local Radio Melbourne 774 presenter Jon Faine neglected to make use of the evidence contained in the above video ( in his altercation with Kevin Bracken in October 2011.


Jon Feign (deliberate typo) displays incredibly rudeness and arrogance in his interview with Kevin Bracken.

How can anyone stand to even listen to him is beyond me.

The following was posted as two separate posts to an Online Opinion Forum debate An era of deception, corruption and pure evil?. The first was not meant to be taken seriously, but I fear that it may have been. Both were posted on the afternoon of 18 December 2014.

United States Government account of 9/11 explained in a five minute video

I can see that, unlike Aidan, Pericles, Agronomist, JF Aus and 579, Arjay has not taken the effort to inform himself from the 9/11 Commission Report  1  or its video version.  2 

When he does, Arjay will no doubt cease wasting our time casting such dark aspersions against those visionary leaders who have done so much to protect the world, particularly Iraq, Libya, South Sudan, Syria and Ukraine, from terror.

CIA devised label "conspiracy theorist" to prevent public discourse about JFK's murder

Back in 1964, the CIA devised the tactic of labelling anyone, who disputed the Warren Commission's finding that the lone gunman Lee Harvey Oswald murdered President John F. Kennedy, a "conspiracy theorist" in order to prevent a broad public discourse about the murder from occurring.

Fortunately, that smear did not stop Miami District Attorney Jim Garrison from attempting to prosecute one person who participated in the conspiracy to murder JFK. Oliver Stone's movie "JFK" of 1991 was based on the book "On the Trail of the Assassins", Jim Garrison's account of his efforts to seek justice.

Unfortunately, in spite of Jim Garrison's efforts, two other figures with statures similar to that of JFK, Bobby Kennedy (RFK) and Martin Luther King (MLK), were also murdered before the end of the decade. In the case of MLK, a jury trial found in 1999 that the local police and the army had conspired to murder MLK (See US. Government Guilty of Martin Luther King's Murder).

Other articles about the "conspiracy theory" smear include "Cracking The "Conspiracy Theories'" Psycholinguistic Code: The Witch Hunt against Independent Research and Analysis" (12/5/14) and "The 'Conspiracy Theory' Label: Powerful Tool of Media Disinformation and Political Discourse" (1/4/14).


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from the United States government 9/11 Commission.

2. ↑  See embedded in article above or at