NZ Listener’s First Issue For 2010 Features An Account Of 9/11 That’s Been Proven To Be A Lie

The Listener on sale this week – the January 2-8 2010 issue, features a cover story entitled Shock & Awe, with write ups about a series of events that have taken place over the last decade.

On page 27, accompanying a picture of the Twin Towers, is a description of what happened on September the 11th, 2001, that is a fiction masquerading as fact.

Here are some excerpts: “…the crew of each of the four planes on domestic flights in the US were overcome by Islamic fundamentalist hijackers who took control and used the planes and the fuel they contained as enormous bombs to wreak terrible carnage, particularly in New York City.”

“One of the planes crashed into the Pentagon, and on the fourth flight, a valiant fight by passengers appears to have been enough to save a Washington landmark from possible destruction…”

“…less than a month later, the US invaded Afghanistan from where it is believed Osama bin Laden masterminded the attacks.”

I will not be alone when I state that I am tired of being lied to.

The attacks were not perpetrated by Islamic fundamentalist hijackers.  A highly advanced explosive substance called nanothermite was found in WTC dust samples, which was found to have been developed by US government scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories.

Scientific evidence has proven that WTC 1, 2 and 7 did not collapse because of jet fuel and fires. They were brought down with demolition explosives.

The story about the valiant fight by passengers that saved a monument was a lie.  Flight 93  was shot down. Donald Rumsfeld has said publicly it was.

The US attack on Afghanistan was planned months before 9/11.

The FBI stated there is no hard evidence to link Osama bin Laden to 9/11.  In contrast, there is a Titanic load of evidence to show that the US administration orchestrated the attacks, including that the senior counsel to the 9/11 Commission, John Farmer stated the government agreed not to tell the truth about 9/11.

While the idea from George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four that the state needs a mythical enemy to keep the population scared and submissive may seem like a clever one, it will not work in the real world.  There are too many people who get their news from the Internet, who know they have been lied to and realise that they are being betrayed.

Write to the editor and complain. The e-mail address for letters is letters@listener.co.nz. The postal address is: The Editor, Listener, PO Box 90783, Victoria Street West, Auckland 1142.

Related:

Osama bin Laden Responsible for the 9/11 Attacks? Where is the Evidence?

Flashback: Alex Jones Interviews Col. Donn de Grand-Pre

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5 Responses to NZ Listener’s First Issue For 2010 Features An Account Of 9/11 That’s Been Proven To Be A Lie

  1. Clare Swinney says:

    Today’s NZ Herald also includes 9/11-related propaganda. Garth George’s column claims that 9/11 was the work of “Muslim fanatics.”
    Refer: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/politics/news/article.cfm?c_id=280&objectid=10617898
    E-mail him.

    Hi Garth,
    In regards to your latest article in the NZ Herald, you state that Muslim fanatics were behind 9/11.

    There is substantial evidence to link the attacks to the US Administration, including that the nanothermite found in the WTC dust [1] was developed by US government scientists at Lawrence Livermore Labs,[2] and the senior counsel to the 9/11 Commission, John Farmer stated the government agreed not to tell the truth about 9/11.

    Clare Swinney

  2. jstorm says:

    The fanaticism that plagues us in the western world is terrorist fanaticism. Fanaticism is the strong expression of an irrational fear of something, and terrorism fits this definition perfectly.

    Garth George just got influenced by the irrational fear of made-in-USA terrorism and took it as gospel. Unfortunately such cowards wouldn’t know how to investigate a world trade centre 7 controlled demolition if a piece hit them in the face.

  3. One of them says:

    We used to use the Listener in the out house to cover our crap on our school holidays to Golden bay.
    Maybe they should make it out of that rough paper they used to use then so we can use it as toilet paper as well.

  4. agent.j says:

    I highly recommend printing out a letter to send, in response to these sorts of things. Especially if you can do it well. More of us need to complain about this kind of nonsense.

    John Key can’t even pronounce “Afghanistan” correctly, so I will ring his office at some point when I can be bothered (Key says “Afff-gan-usssstt-tan” – double-lol!).

    Our media can’t pronounce it either, but somehow despite of this, they can do the “rolled R” in Timaru.

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