Steve Watson | Infowars.net
A new film has taken the BBC’s Conspiracy files hit piece on 9/11 truth from earlier this year and ripped it apart point by point exposing it as a tissue of lies, bias and emotional manipulation.
9/11 and the British Broadcasting Conspiracy, produced by British researcher Adrian Connock and former MI5 counter terrorism officer David Shayler uncovers the BBC’s selective and distorted 9/11 coverage and the corporation’s attempts to portray the 9/11 truth movement as a racist cult like group of mythology.
The BBC programme, aired in February, produced a vociferous and outraged response in its aftermath. The documentary attempted to dismiss serious questions about 9/11 firstly by implying that anyone who distrusts the official version has a borderline psychological illness and is a member of a mythological cult.
The programme then failed in debunking 9/11 questions by making points structured around fallacy, lying by omission, using defamation of character and overwhelming bias.
9/11 and the British Broadcasting Conspiracy reiterates many of the counterpoints Prisonplanet.com raised in response to the BBC piece exposing it for the yellow journalism hatchet job it was.
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Among the scores of counterpoints within the film, Shayler makes clear how the BBC use a thoroughly debunked graphic animation from PBS’ Nova show to illustrate the collapse of the twin towers. He also points out that no eyewitness testimony or references to bombs exploding at all levels of the twin towers made by ground zero rescue workers and firefighters were mentioned by the BBC.
Furthermore, Shayler highlights the fact that during brief coverage of the Building 7 issue, the words of Larry Silverstein, the owner of the WTC complex who told a September 2002 PBS documentary that he and firefighting chiefs decided to “pull” the building, were not even mentioned by the BBC.
Also exposed in the documentary is the fact that despite there having been numerous war games in operation in the lead up to 9/11, including involving planes crashing into buildings, the BBC boiled them all down into one and described them as “routine”.
Shayler also points to the fact that manipulative editing and emotional bias was used to paint 9/11 truthseekers as social outcasts and lead the viewer into thinking the whole movement is insulting and hurtful to the victims, when there is an overwhelming faction of victims’ families who are asking the same questions.
9/11 and the British Broadcasting Conspiracy highlights the fact that the BBC’s hit piece has only provoked a firestorm of new interest in 9/11 truth and caused a redoubling of efforts on the part of hardened researchers to refute the official conspiracy theory.