The BBC’s War on Truth

Kevin Boyle – No One To Vote For May 15, 2011

This morning ‘The Big Questions’ went out on BBC1, as usual, but addressed a single question (rather than the usual three). This was:

‘Does Britain Have A Problem With Muslims?’

The studio was filled with perhaps two-thirds Muslims.

A survey, The Pew Global Attitudes Report, carried out in 2006, found that more than half of the British Muslims, 56%, believed Arabs were not responsible for the 9/11 terror strikes. In some parts of the UK that majority is much higher. Try home of ‘the 7/7 bombers’ Beeston, in Leeds, for example.

Anyone who mixes with ordinary Muslims knows that a majority of them believe that the ‘War on Terror’ is a hoax, that 9/11 was an ‘inside job’ and that 7/7 was not carried out by four suicide bombers but by forces acting on behalf of the secret state in order to provide yet a further pretext for foreign aggression and domestic suppression.

However, in this debate not a single Muslim voice represented the opinions of this VERY LARGE part of their community.

On the contrary, the only mention of 9/11 and 7/7 was made by a Jewish contributor, one Davis Lewin of ‘The Henry Jackson Society’ (his special subject seems to be ‘Homeland Security’).

Lewin (at about 50 minutes) accused a Muslim panelist of ‘working with’ someone “who said (shock, horror) that 7/7 and 9/11 might not have been done by Muslims.” The absence of any challenge to this man’s short speech communicated to the BBC audience that such an idea really is beyond the pale……utterly outrageous. (Lewin went on, at the end of the show, to condemn a panel member “during Israel’s war with Hamas” for suggesting it might inflame Muslims…..”war with Hamas?!!”)

Job done.

The woman accused busied herself in a mode of defensive apology. The next Muslim speaker, Saleem Chagtai, another funded-by-God-knows-who think-tanker, was asked directly and forcefully by Nicky Campbell, regarding 7/7…. .”Why did they do it?”

Chagtai did not raise the possibility that these men might be innocent. Their guilt was accepted as a statement of fact. He wittered on about Iraq and Al Queda. He might as well have been Justice Lady Hallett.

In fact 9/11, absolutely provably by simple physics, and 7/7 were both false flag events.

Last week a London jury almost unanimously delivered a verdict in favour of a man who asserts exactly this version of events in the excellent film that got him arrested and charged.

So here, in the most civilised and well-mannered arena imaginable, we witness two great betrayals.

Firstly, hand-picked Muslims failing to defend the lives of their own people by failing to present any of the copious evidence that would prove Muslim innocence regarding these foul crimes.

Secondly by the perfidious BBC, executing exactly the same betrayal against the British people.

In the decade to come these people will stand condemned not by the fact that they propagated the lies that were fed to them by their superiors, but by the fact that THEY FAILED TO EVEN RAISE (NEVER MIND DEMAND ANSWERS TO) QUESTIONS ABOUT EVIDENCE, FREELY AVAILABLE TO ALL, THAT BLOWS BOTH OFFICIAL CONSPIRACY THEORIES RIGHT OUT OF THE WATER

So, another Sunday, another job well done by our satanic engineers of consciousness.

There are now millions across the world that know the truth. In the USA, and the UK too, millions have seen the evidence.

The real architects of terror might imagine they can manage some kind of coming dollar collapse/terrorist crisis in a way that will ensure a final victory for the financial oligarchy that presently pulls our strings.

If I worked for the BBC I wouldn’t count on it, I’d start thinking about how my participation in the BBC’s War on Truth is going to play out for me personally and for everyone I love.

Keeping my job (and my fingers crossed), while failing in my primary duty, just would not do.

“Half the harm that is done in this world is due to people who want to feel important. They don’t mean to do harm – but the harm does not interest them. Or they do not see it, or they justify it because they are absorbed in the endless struggle to think well of themselves.”

T.S. Eliot


Teacher (physics/maths), would-be Christian, pro-community, anti-hierarchy.

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