Wednesday 22 August 2007

Dirty Tricks, Malicious Lies & Journalistic Fraud

I haven't watched the show in question and probably won't because, well frankly, what's the point? I normally have a lot of time for Alex Jones and chums but this article is a mere polemic against the history channel's recent 9/11 hit-piece. What I want to know is why these guys and the producers of Loose Change give any corporate shills the chance to make them look bad? How they could have gone into this interview thinking it would be any different to the hit-piece in popular mechanics is beyond me, regardless of what the producer may have said! OF COURSE IT WAS GOING TO BE A FRAME-UP AL - THEY ARE ALL LYING BASTARDS!!!!!! What the hell were you expecting? That a tool of zionist war propaganda and governmenmt lies would suddenly act completely out of character and become honest and report the facts? Pull the other one, it's got bells on! I wish these guys would stop appearing on these mainstream shows. They are always made to look like intellectually challenged crazy-people when that is very far from the truth. I respect Alex and his crew, as well as the Loose Change guys but I think they should stick to making their own films and tell mainstream media to go and jump off a bridge. Don't legitimise the system and delegitimise yourselves by allowing the mainstream media whores to shag you up the arse on cable television!

The History Channel 9/11 special that aired last night was by far the worst hit piece we have ever witnessed, a completely savage, dishonest and deceptive abomination, replete with dirty tricks, malicious lies and a level of journalistic fraud that goes way beyond simple bias.

Bradley Davis, the producer of the show, is a paid liar and a hit piece specialist who deceives people by gaining their confidence and then attacking them behind their back.

He is famous for the smear job documentary on Michael Jackson and makes a career out of conning people and then stabbing them in the back. His tongue is so smooth, that even the Loose Change crew were prepared to give him the benefit of the doubt on his impartiality before last night's hit piece was aired, with Davis having tricked them into believing he was a friend.

Before filming began, Alex Jones asked Davis point blank if the documentary was going to be a hit piece, which Davis denied. After we brought attention to the History Channel's blurb on their website, which clearly characterized the show as a hit piece, Davis panicked and promised to alter the promo, calling it a "misrepresentation," as well as re-edit the entire program to make it more balanced. The promo temporarily disappeared from the website and the broadcast of the show was put back by a week.

During the course of this second exchange, Davis again promised Jones that the show was not going to be a hit piece and was very upset that we had discovered he was behind the NBC hit piece on Jackson - seemingly frightened that his cover might be blown and his next victim would be alerted to his scheming tricks. He was terrified and kept repeating that he didn't want to be quoted on anything he said.

Just like Popular Mechanics swore that their straw man smear job wouldn't be a hit piece, Davis engaged in journalistic fraud and complete dishonesty by lying directly to Alex Jones' face in claiming the documentary was to be neutral just so he could secure the interview.

Just like William Randolph Hearst, the progenitor of the term "yellow journalism," Davis will go down in history as a liar and a fraud.

The show itself was deliberately crafted, edited, shot and manipulated to portray the 9/11 truth movement in a completely negative light, while exalting the so-called experts to almost God-like status.

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