Thursday, December 30, 2010


One quote from this elegant presentation:

“I’m constantly annoyed that people are distracted by false conspiracies such as 9/11, when all around we provide evidence of real conspiracies, for war or mass financial fraud.”

The words of someone so inflated by his own self-esteem that he thinks that stolen, or perhaps donated documents, which can be forged and otherwise manipulated, should take precedence over the stark, recorded evidence which proves that the official version of 9/11 is a pack of lies.

Huge buildings do not collapse in freefall, for no reason, and even bigger ones do not eject molten iron caused by fires far less intense than those found in jet-engine combustion chambers.

But, give him his due, he does seem to be a godsend for the CIA and Mossad, because of his views about 9/11.  Come to think of it:  If Julian Assange had not existed, the CIA and Mossad would have invented him.

Finally, here’s a rogue’s gallery of some of those behind-the-scenes people who see that the masses are kept uninformed.  Anyone with an IQ above 90 and an Internet connection knows that 9/11 could not have happened the way the world was told it happened.

So how do we describe the people who are still covering that up?

You can’t call them prostitutes; prostitutes only put themselves at risk, while people who are paid to deliberately mislead others and put their own children and millions of others at risk require a special kind of condemnation.  The money they earn has blood on it.  They are pariahs, and they should be treated as such.

They are all part of a huge media circus, and the fact is: WikiLeaks is just a sideshow to what’s inside the Big Black Tent—a sideshow to make you think that you are seeing a glimmer of the truth.  But don’t be fooled, the men and women who do the bidding of their mainstream-media masters are the biggest threats of all.  Unless they stop covering it up, the truth may not be the only thing to go up in flames.

Anthony Lawson (known professionally as Tony Lawson) is a retired international-prize-winning commercials director, cameraman, ad agency creative director and voice over. He used to be known for shooting humorous commercials, but doesn’t find much to laugh about, with the way the world is going, these days.


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