Monday, September 12, 2016

Accessories After The Fact Go Splat!!
Six Pathetic 9/11 Coverup Fails of 2016

[ source: RT dot com ]
As expected, 2016's "commemoration" of 9/11 included a barrage of failed propaganda from various accessories after the fact, all desperately trying to prop up their favorite indefensible fiction.

This being the 15th such barrage, it came deeper and thicker than any since the 10th, which was deeper and thicker than any since the 5th, so we may not see another extra-large one until 2021, which would be fine by me, to tell you the truth.

And I could be wrong, but I can't remember an annual load of 9/11 propaganda that made the intentions of the propagandists any clearer.

The facts must be suppressed, and the people who are trying to gather and disseminate those facts must be suppressed, and that is the one and only thing that matters to these people. And why? Why would you hide the crime unless you were trying to protect the criminals?

Your humble blogger is cold to present a six-pack of pathetic face-plants which truly deserve to be immortalized in a more fashionable setting, so they could be celebrated every year at this time:


For writing as if the official story of 9/11 were obviously true, for readers who know better, and getting called on it, repeatedly:
Pathetic Fail #6: Robert Bridge and RT

For claiming to "disprove" all the major conspiracy theories, while demonstrating how weak the official story really is:
Pathetic Fail #5: Jack Holmes and Esquire

For trying to explain the longevity of the 9/11 Truth Movement without even considering the possibility that the official story might be false, while describing evidence indicating that it cannot be true:
Pathetic Fail #4: Matt Kwong and the CBC

For trying to prevent an independent researcher from speaking in a public space:
Pathetic Fail #3: Sam Kestenbaum, Naomi Dann, and the Forward

For telling the world how and why Facebook misled its users about 9/11:
Pathetic Fail #2: Abby Ohlheiser, the Washington Post, and Facebook

It wasn't all pathetic:
Interlude: Three Encouraging Successes

... to be continued ...