My video editing software hasn't been working for months, then all of a sudden it inexplicably came to life about three weeks ago (although it's still really slow), so I decided to finish a video that I started literally over a year ago. I thought it was time to go back to my roots and make another 9/11 video. At nearly 22 minutes in length, not only is this my longest video by far but it's also the longest I've stretched out one single piece of music. The music is some extended remix of the BBC news theme I found ages ago. Hopefully it won't get on people's nerves too much!
The video contains clips from the following "debunking" sources:
The Conspiracy Files - 9/11. Aired February 2007.
The Conspiracy Files - The Third Tower. Aired June 2008.
The Conspiracy Files - The Third Tower (Updated). Aired October 2008.
The Conspiracy Files - 9/11: Ten Years On. Aired August 2011.
9/11 Conspiracy Road Trip. Aired September 2011.
National Geographic - 9/11: Science and Conspiracy. Aired August 2009.
NECSS 2009 - "The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe" Panel. Filmed September 2009.
It also contains a clip from Ventura's Pentagon episode and footage of me burning the 9/11 Commission Report on 9/11/2010!
BBC claims addressed:
"The official story is "unequivocal"."
"There was ONE routine exercise taking place that morning."
"The planes couldn't be intercepted because their transponders were turned off."
"NORAD only looks outwards."
The straw man that the 9/11 truth movement denies a plane hit the pentagon, thinks the phone calls were fake etc.
"The hijackers could have easily flown the planes into the targets."
"The south side smoke is proof WTC7 was a towering inferno."
"WTC7 did not collapse at free fall."
"The eutectic steel can be explained as a result of burning gypsum."
"The iron microspheres could have come from cutting torches."
"The red-grey chips are paint."
"Thermite can't melt steel and has never been used in demolition."
The discrediting of Barry Jennings' testimony to stepping over dead bodies and his suspicious death.
As you may be aware, more emails from the University of East Anglia have been leaked. One of those emails completely exposes the BBC's bias on the climate change issue:
"We are constantly being savaged by the loonies for not giving them any coverage at all ... and being the objective impartial (ho ho) BBC that we are, there is an expectation in some quarters that we will every now and then let them say something. I hope though that the weight of our coverage makes it clear that we think they are talking through their hats."Considering all their lies about 9/11, from now on I shall refer to my national broadcaster as "The objective impartial (ho ho) BBC"!
~ BBC Environmental Correspondent Alex Kirby to the University of East Anglia's Phil Jones, Dember 7, 2004