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Towers of Deception: The Media Cover-up of 9/11 Paperback – September 1, 2006
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A dozen carefully-researched books have exposed the official story of 9/11 to be a terror fraud. Yet the mainstream media have monolithically failed to ask elementary questions about anomalies in this story. So-called alternative media have been little better. Towers of Deception explains why and prescribes actions to break out the truth.
Authored by a lifelong journalist who was for 35 years a media critic, Towers of Deception provides 26 "Exhibits" of evidence proving "beyond a reasonable doubt" that 9/11 was an inside job. It then presents case histories of de facto censorship by mainstream media and examines the psychological phenomenon of denial. "False flag" operations and psychological warfare are dealt with in detail, as is the "Invisible Government"-the powers pulling strings behind the scenes. Following a profile of Dr. David Ray Griffin as an authentic prophet of the 9-11 Truth movement, Towers of Deception urges people to speak truth to power and challenge all media.
Interspersed with photographs, diary entries and inspiring profiles of those who see 9/11 Truth as the Achilles Heel of the neocon agenda, Towers of Deception includes a professional quality DVD produced by the author: The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw.(2006-05-01)
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Zwicker does a fine job examining how official stories take hold in the popular imagination, how reporters resist questioning them, and how even many "leftists" become gatekeepers to restrict debate. The chapter on Noam Chomsky is distressing, but not a surprise to those who have witnessed his defense of the official JFK assassination story. He also delves into the psychological reasons for human denial and self-deception about disturbing issues like this one. There is also a nice tribute to the research of David Ray Griffin.
Strangely, his chapter on historical false flag events does not include the USS Liberty attack, which apparently was done with the intention of blaming Egypt so the US could jump into the Six Day War on Israel's side.
Zwicker writes: "Once a storyline has taken hold, two universal tendencies emerge. One is to downplay or even dismiss facts that don't fit the story, along with the arguments brought forward to support it. The second tendency is to play up and make central anything that fits the story."
"You see it in on-line chat rooms. One person says he's convinced that the WTC towers were brought down by controlled demolition. Immediately, someone responds with, 'Don't you understand that 3,000 innocent people died that day?!' This mother of all non sequiturs is encouraged by the dark forces behind the demolitions. False-flag operations are designed to inflame emotions and overcome rational thought. The confusion reinforces the Big Lie."
How many times have we heard guardians of the official story of the JFK assassination complain that critics are causing pain for the Kennedy family, and if we were decent people we would shut up about it?
Further, the 'official ' rendition failed to account for the lack of 757 wreckage at the Pentagon.
People actually MADE MONEY by shorting airline stocks . . HOW COULD bin Laden have done this?
The entire happening was TREASON / LIKE THE OUTING OF VALERIE PLAME
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