Wednesday, February 21, 2007



BBC Hit Piece a Tissue of Lies, Bias and Emotional Manipulation

Guy Smith is the producer of the BBC Conspiracy Files documentary.

Guy Smith on the Alex Jones show:
Paul Joseph Watson & Dylan Avery Debate Guy Smith on the 9/11 BBC Hit Piece
MP3 audio.

From Propaganda Matrix:
Unfortunately for Mr. Smith, the evidence the BBC was using to illustrate its ridiculous "pancake theory" collapse scenario, which was so implausible that even official NIST investigators had to back away from it, was a graphic animation that shows just ten floors collapsing every six seconds, meaning the BBC is telling us that the twin towers took around 66 seconds to collapse when in reality they fell in just fourteen....

When challenged why Smith failed to include the words of just one of the dozens and dozens of first responders, police and firefighters who heard and saw explosions, and namely Craig Bartmer, the former NYPD official who heard bombs tear down Building 7 as he ran away from it, Smith at first claimed ignorance to who Bartmer was, even though he had met and interviewed him at Dylan Avery's home.

Debunking the BBC's 9-11 Conspiracy Files
Go to and select "make an official complaint."

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Monarch Chapter 7: Greenham Common Microwave Attacks

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