On September 13, 2006, more than five years ago, I appeared on Fox News Channel as a guest to discuss 9/11. I didn’t know in advance what the anchor would ask but it turned out he wanted to talk about planes on 9/11 in an interview lasting under 3 and 1/2 minutes. I answered as best I could, not a great, polished performance but OK enough. I squeezed in a handful of facts that raised serious questions about the airliner fiction. Fox probably believed, as 911 “truthers” did and still do today, that putting the no plane finding in front of the public would hold the movement up to public ridicule and discredit it. Ah yes, the insane no planers.
Despite the fact that no plane crashes on 9/11 is one of the best established results of 9/11 research, subsequent fallout included Professor Kee Dewdney booting me out of his “scientific panel investigating nine eleven” (SPINE) on the grounds that it was “precipitous” of me “to go public with an unproven theory regarding video fakery…even if I HAD undoubted proof that the plane videos were faked, I would keep such information to myself…I hope you will reconsider the whole ‘no planes’ hypothesis in this light.” Reconsider? Based on what? The four cleanest ‘crash’ sites in aviation history? Dewdney is some scholar.
The Fox video has been viewed over a half-million times. The naysayers who comment rarely challenge the facts I cited but instead beat the same “ridicule drum,” for example, the video page currently displays this comment:
‘This guy is what’s known as a distractor. He’s making a fake conspiracy theory and throwing it out on Fox News (#1 in ratings and viewers) to make the main conspiracy theory supported by hundreds of engineers, physicists, policeman (sic), fireman (sic), and other eye witnesses look crazy as well. People tend to group everyone, then, into the the (sic) same group and say ‘if one is crazy, they’re all crazy!’ Nice try, CIA, you can’t food science (sic), however. 911 was an inside job!”
Now here is my question: if no planers hold the 9/11 movement up to ridicule, why haven’t the corporate media ever brought the issue up again? It has been more than five years since I appeared on Fox and responded to questions about the plane issue. The media certainly support the official conspiracy theory (even Dewdney buys this), so why not hold 9/11 critics up to public ridicule by trotting out no planers more often? Not ever again since I appeared? What the bleep? I’m not just tooting my own horn but the obvious answer is that my appearance on Fox did not go all that well. Citing inconvenient facts takes the wind out of the psyop’s sails and gets people to thinking for themselves and researching on the internet. Got to avoid that.
Such a great weapon to back up the official story–ridiculing no planers and their “theory”–and these guys used it once? That’s it? Something’s way wrong with that theory. I’ll debate anyone, anytime on 9/11 planes/no planes. I sit beside the phone waiting for the media to call, 911truth groups, anybody, and it never rings. Hmmmmm…