Thursday, August 11, 2011

Historic 9/11 author & esteemed anarchist writer Len Bracken on TJ Radio!

Truth Jihad Radio Fri. 8/12/11, 1-3 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in number: (402) 237-2525 or post your questions to my Facebook page.

1st hour: Peymon & guest.

2nd hour: Kevin interviews Len Bracken - the author of one of the first widely distributed books published in the United States suggesting the 9/11 attacks were an inside job. Shadow Government: 9-11 and State Terrorreviewed in the Village Voice, September 2002—presents the “state-terror thesis” and describes the event as an “indirect defensive attack,” developing the offensive-defensive theory of terrorism created by Guy Debord and Gianfranco Sanguinetti. Bracken is the author of the first biography in any language on Debord and has translated a book by Sanguinetti. The kamikaze-style attacks, according to Bracken, must always be seen in connection with the anthrax-poisoned letters as interlocking stratagems by the established power designed to gain more power and as a pretext for going on the offensive. Bracken is also the author of a general theory of civil war and of a chronology on the strategy of tension in Italy (Arch Conspirator).

2 comments:

  1. Kevin, One lose end from the interview--the key point about the flight 93 hijackers going to the "Lace" strip club in Wayne, N.J., the night before the event is that the FBI later went to the club and seized surveillance tapes but, like so much evidence, it never made it into the 9/11 Commission's report. Of course it now appears that one of those hijackers, Zaid al-Jarrah, was related to a long-time Israeli Mossad agent in Lebanon. The official story has him writing a suicide a letter to his girlfriend on the night of Sept. 10, a letter sent to her that was fortuitously returned to sender, discovered by the United States Postal Service and given to the FBI. Len

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  2. This was indeed one of the most interesting interviews of an author on the TJR show.

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