Posted by: CS | September 27, 2011

MSM Finally admit the Twin Towers were brought down by explosives

Apparently the Toronto Hearings on 9/11 have sparked a little anxiety in the MSM, prompting them to publicize a wacky theory that the Twin Towers fell  because a mix of aluminum from the crashed airliners and water from the buildings’ sprinkler systems caused a series of gigantic explosions. As YaYa Canada points out,  it’s good to see it admitted publicly that the Tower’s were brought down by explosives, but folks should bear in mind that there was no aluminum from a crashed airliner to account for the explosions that caused the 47-story World Trade Center 7 to collapse in its own footprint also on 9/11.

The mainstream media are now so pathetic, it seems certain it will have to be made a criminal offense to question anything they say — with extra jail time for laughing about them in public.

Thing is, on 9/11, the media cannot retreat. To admit the 9/11 lie would be to admit that the corporate media are merely a conduit for lying propaganda and that the US Government and its numerous puppet regimes throughout the World represent a system of disguised tyranny under which the crimes of the ruling elite are justified by false flag terrorism, environmental scare stories based on pseudoscience and genocidal policies presented as an antidote to white racism.

Mmaintenance of the absurd official 9/11 narrative is as vital to the survival of governments as it is to the survival of the MSM. To admit its fatuity would reveal Obarmy, Harpie, Sark and Cameroon for what they are: frauds from snout to tail.

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