A few weeks ago I made a couple of posts critical of a dodgy ‘Truth’ video about ‘what really happened’ (sic.) on 7/7 which was being pushed heavily on the Internet
I mentioned at the time that other things were going on which made that already dubious film even more suspect
In the space of a few days at the end of last year…
- Families of 7/7 victims were sent unsolicited copies of coroner’s reports detailing the injuries suffered by their loved ones
- That deeply flawed 7/7 video, produced by a self-proclaimed Messiah, appeared on the Internet. Unsolicited copies of the video were sent to the families of 7/7 victims
- The BBC started sniffing around July 7th Truth Forum and attempted to lure/ entice/ cajole key members into participating in a serious investigation (sic.) into the anomalies and questions arising from the Official Narrative of 7/7. Only it is not a serious investigation, it is an episode of the BBC’s Conspiracy Files
- plus some other stuff I can't go into :(
The four episodes of Conspiracy Files aired to date have been tediously formulaic, mendacious hit pieces, laden with the kind of meaningless, increasingly tired, establishment-serving psychobabble that can be found on this page
The formula employed by Conspiracy Files and similar shows includes the following elements:
- depiction of anyone who doubts ‘Official Narratives’ as being plain bonkers and in need of a good strong dose of psikhushka– facilitated through selective editing of what those people have to say and application of the kind of camera angles, lighting and soundtracks more usually associated with horror movies
- accusations that ‘theorists’ are racist and insensitive to the feelings of survivors and victims’ families
- a really, really ...really sneering and patronising tone to the narrator's voice as a subliminal prompt whenever a 'conspiracy theorist' is on screen
- presentation of carefully hand-picked genuine 24 carat nutters, stoners and/or shills as being the ‘leading spokespeople’ for a particular ‘conspiracy theory’
- a deliberate confusion between valid concerns about parapolitical activity and outright fantasy, achieved through working in references to nonsense about Alien UFOs, Elvis sightings and the like
- blatantly ignoring or misrepresenting key questions posed by ‘theorists’
- misrepresentation of people who simply have questions about ‘Official Narratives’ as being 'theorists'. Suspecting and having evidence that someone is lying to you is not the same thing as making up a competing fairytale of your own.
These tricks and devices are so blatant, so cliched and so calculated that it’s nigh on impossible to accept that they are played unconsciously or in good faith
The whores who make these shows know full well what they are doing
Anyway, much to the probable surprise of the BBC, which presumably is accustomed to people just wetting their pants at the opportunity to be misrepresented and slandered on national television, J7T has just told the makers of the Conspiracy Files to go fuck themselves
Well done folks
No doubt, given half a chance, the Once and Future King of England and maker of 7/7 Ripple Effect Lord Muad’dib of Canvey Island will show no such reluctance to appear in the show but that’s probably what he’s there for
If you have any interest in the events of 7/7 I strongly recommend reading J7T’s detailed rebuttal to the BBC on the J7T website.
Integrity and honesty are such rare commodities these days
and I certainly wouldn't start looking for any in the BBC
edit: and thanks to Alex F. for bringing up the subject of the BBC's Jane Standley reporting the collapse of WTC7 on 9/11, almost half an hour before it actually collapsed...
Jane shows impeccable comic timing by first announcing the collapse and then standing to one side to reveal an embarrassingly intact WTC7 for all the world to see...
Anyone who has watched the footage of Jane from that afternoon through will also have noticed the equally impeccable timing of her signal being suddenly lost mid-sentence only a few seconds before WTC7 really was brought down - avoiding any risk of the anchorman back in London feeling obliged to say 'Excuse me Jane, but I think a building has just fallen down behind you'
I think I can predict with some confidence that this footage will never make it onto any episodes of Auntie Beeb's Most Hilarious!! TV Blunders or even the Conspiracy Files (edit: or maybe it will?)