10th Anniversary 9/11 Truth Hit Piece Roundup

9/11 Truth News: 10th Anniversary 9/11 Truth Hit Piece Roundup

30+ 9/11 Truth Hit Pieces In 2 Weeks

With little regard for those family members of victims who question the official account of the 9/11 attacks, mainstream media news outlets have published over 30 inaccurate, derogatory, and stereotyping hit pieces in the 2 weeks leading up to the tenth anniversary of the attacks. Among the articles there are many common themes, sources, logical fallacies, and insults.


The Truth About Truthers

9/11 Truth News / City Paper: The Truth About Truthers

Jon Gold is the kind of guy journalists like to call “a man without a country.” He believes his actual country has covered up the true nature of its biggest tragedy. And the people you’d think would be his people, the truthers, he wants nothing to do with.

Robert Shetterly: The Necessary Embrace of Conspiracy

Robert Shetterly: The Necessary Embrace of Conspiracy

America is steeped in conspiracy, and even more steeped in propaganda that discredits those who try to expose the conspiracies. Whether we’re talking about MLK, Jr., JFK, RFK, Iran-Contra, 9/11, or, most importantly, the status quo, anyone who works to uncover the truth is branded a «conspiracy nut» and discredited before any evidence has a fair hearing. The government/corporate/media version is THE VERSION. Anything else is illusory.

Peddling Conspiracy Theory: Alex Jones on the Oslo Bombing / Anders Behring Breivik

AJ is full of S**T. Pardon my French.


Bin Laden’s Sea Burial Fuels Conspiracy Theories

Matea Gold, Los Angeles Times: Bin Laden’s Sea Burial Fuels Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theorists on both the left and right were quick to insist that Bin Laden was either still alive or had been dead for years, pouncing on the government’s decision to slide the body of the world’s most wanted man off a board into the Arabian Sea.

As blogs hummed with allegations that the Obama administration had faked the middle-of-the-night raid, the Bin Laden “death hoax” threatened to replace questions about President Obama’s citizenship as the latest Internet rumor to go viral.