Thursday, May 6, 2010

BBC 9/11 coverage critic John Yates, Religious Studies professor Ira Chernus

Truth Jihad Radio Sat. 5/8/10, 5-7 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (to be archived here.) Call-in number: 512-879-3805.

First hour: Why did the BBC report the "collapse" of World Trade Center Building 7 twenty minutes early? Why did the BBC respond to the discovery of this amazing anomaly first by claiming that they had lost all their 9/11 footage (!) then by apologizing and saying they had made a "mistake"? (Some mistake!) Why has the BBC repeatedly attacked and slandered the 9/11 truth movement, thereby covering up for the traitors and mass murderers who staged the worst false-flag attack in history? Why did the BBC apparently make itself complicit in the murder of 9/11 witness Barry Jennings, by interviewing Jennings right before the murder, then spinning the interview in a lame attempt to discredit the murdered man? Let's ask BBC 9/11 coverage critic John Yates of Monitoring Authority: BBC Charter Compliance.

Analysis of BBC 9/11 documentary:

http://bbcmot.blogspot.com/ introduction and summary

http://bbcstory.blogspot.com/
transcript and comments

http://bbc911confile.blogspot.com/
index and navigation


Second hour: Ira Chernus, University of Colorado - Boulder Religious Studies professor, author of many notable internet essays including The Israel Lobby's Big Problem:
People Aren't Afraid to Criticize Israel Anymore
. Ira writes: "I recall reading about you during your time of fame and troubles. I hope I never get that famous!" Well, Ira, you're on Truth Jihad Radio now...while I'm not sure "famous" is the word for that, it should be a great conversation!

2 comments:

  1. So now Barry Jennings was murdered? or is that more of your satire?

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  2. I wish it were.

    Griffin's book The Mysterious Collapse of World Trade Center 7 is co-dedicated "to the memory of Barry Jennings, whose truth-telling may have cost him his life."

    When the private detective panicked and returned Dylan Avery's money, I went from "may have" to "did."

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