War by Deception - 2011
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The best film on 911 or the Iraq War.
The US decided to blame a hijacking on al qaeda but then used a missile for no reason instead, then see the attached video called a plane hit the pentagon baby steps.
It's easy to pick apart loose change with its missiles, pods, and complete absence of who or how anyone got bombs in the buildings, it's easy to pick on Alex "illuminuts" Jones, and easy to pick on David "lizard-aliens" Icke, etc but it's not easy to pick apart work and film grounded in verifiable reality which is what I have done.
"War by Deception, the definitive 9/11 documentary
'In all affairs, it's a healthy thing, now and then, to hang a question mark on the things you have long taken for granted'
Anyone looking at the events of 9/11 with an open mind understands full well that the government conspiracy can not be true. This is documented in almost all the 9/11 films, which invariably focus only on the problems with the official story. Until seeing War by Deception, it was obvious I had been missing the forest for the trees. This three hour epic brings matters full circle; capturing in three concise hours what likely took years of research by Mr. Dawson. If a three hour movie is a turn off for you, it is very likely that you don't have the desire to understand the full spectrum of this issue to begin with. Not only does it demolish the official conspiracy, it ties together the fraud of the Iraq war, as well as the key Anthrax link that most miss, linking it to the same group of (mostly) dual citizen criminals whose success in hijacking the American government and using it as an engine for their own ends is unlike anything ever witnessed in history. This film should be mandatory viewing for every American, and frankly, anyone who is deeply troubled by what has transpired in the years since 9/11. Ryan Dawson is a true patriot and hero of the highest order, and War By Deception is the definitive documentary on the 9/11 fraud."
ok, i'll give it a try
Sep 13 2011, 10:41 CEST
it's not that i think that the theory the the bush admin purposefully conspired to make 9-11 happen is wrong because "the media" would tell us….. (which is the claim made of skeptics of 9-11 conspiracies made in the beginning of the movie)….
i think it's an unrealistic possibility because many of the thousands of government employees who would have had to have been a part in some way would have said at least something by now. they could make a fortune on it, and be famous. people like the ones who made this video would give them all their money to speak at events. i am tempted to make some shit up myself at the moment and do exactly that, since i'm from north nj anyway. someone would have talked at this point, conspiracies only work with a small core of dedicated participants. try planning a bank robbery with 20 people and you will see what i mean.
"well… we're lucky if our kids can speak their own native language" 6:00-7:00
^ veiled racism and xenophobia towards hispanics?, whose ancestors controlled over half of what is now the u.s., and the whole continent before the spanish arrived (since the majority of the mexican population has some native roots, whereas us white people do not)
climate change is real. we breathe air, a specific concentration of oxygen, co2, and other gases. by rapidly burning massive amounts of carbon that has been slowly stored over millennia in the space of a century, we change that specific concentration. this alters various parts of the climate that depend on this specific concentration (the ph balance in the ocean, for example). basic chemistry. go back to high school. do politicians use "green" rhetoric now, like they used to do with "human rights" or "democracy" or "capitalism"? yes. did they invent climate change to institute a complicated fascist regime without anyone of consequence spilling the beans? no. noone is in charge of capital, which is schizophrenic anyway, and capital is what runs our current system.
claiming that no non-state actor could possibly harm or even attempt to harm the u.s. without the u.s.'s various intelligence agencies prompting and training them to do so is invariably a form of state worship when you get down to it. you can't accept that any small group of people could actually be brave enough to successfully attack the big and powerful u.s., because you grew up with the same propaganda the rest of us did about ww2 and our military and "hooray" and shit. it's kind of demeaning and probably demotivates people from resistance, since you make the state out to be so strong and smart.
the problem with the "conspiracy theory of history" is that it is inherently totally individualist in scope. it can only explain history as the consequence of purposeful actions of specific individuals. yes, there are "conspiracies" (plans between several individuals to empower themselves at the cost of others). no, they NEVER fully explain what happened, and focusing on them in the end seems to lead people into a spiral that is not revolutionary but creates apathy, and is detrimental to understanding the full systematic problems we face.
in the "conspiracy theory of history" there is no ability to step back and notice the pattern, the shifting power systems that enables these individuals to act as they do, to take advantage of situations. politicians do not invent all these scenarios, it would take more work than they usually do. they take advantage of continuously shifting politics. they are con artists that see weak moments and jump on them. they did not cause 9-11 on purpose, nor did they invent climate change. they do take advantage of the situations to create capitalist bubbles.
and this is everything i've thought of by the time i've made it to minute/second 17:41 in the 3 hour movie. i'll watch the rest when i'm less annoyed by everything above that i mentioned.
Sep 18 2011, 09:08 CEST