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Provided you selectively apply the term terrorism the way the state prefers.
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Although “Democracy Now” chooses to remain carefully oblivious to insider facilitation of the 9/11 attacks, they do have occasionally useful interviews.
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Rather than address trace elements of explosives found in the WTC dust, molten iron in the rubble of three demolished skyscrapers, or rapid descent of the three demolished buildings, “Dirty Wars” producer Jeremy Scahill thinks we should dismiss the pursuit of 9/11 truth and continue ‘honest dialog” about U.S. policy. How could such dialog be honest if it’s poisoned by the dishonest premise of 9/11?
Scahill’s stance on 9/11 drew renewed interest as he recently insulted Alex Jones on CSPAN. While Scahill considers Jones an easy target, he finds it objectionable that a caller mentions Jones in the same sentence as Amy Goodman. Obviously, Scahill doesn’t see how Goodman’s laissez-faire treatment of the 9/11 truth movement is as offensive as Jones most ridiculous antics. Both Jones and Goodman are popular figureheads. One seems to have the purpose of discrediting the 9/11 truth movement and the other pretends it doesn’t exist.
Check out Professor James Tracy’s article for an excellent take on the concept of ‘real journalism”.