no soundbites in truth - in truth no soundbites 

Real – as in truthful – British history wasn’t taught as I passed through school. Nothing much happening before the Romans and very little worth mentioning afterwards until ….“1066 and all that.” Fairly dreary with no sense of context, no …’Meanwhile, in the rest of the world …’ 

But there is a British history, revealed by Wilson and Blackett, taken forward by Ross Broadstock which is quite at odds with what is still taught at school. It’s quite wonderful and the British people, as a whole, have been robbed. 

Still, what has been taken can be returned. 

Ross doesn’t talk in soundbites and doesn’t produce clickbait. 

The video below and the screenshot are indicative of the serious nature of this research.

yesterday, today and tomorrow 

Amid the covid back and forth there’s always the ‘Meanwhile ….’ 

Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth persevere in their efforts while N.I.S.T. prevaricate – it’s an issue which will not die, nor should it. There’s an obvious truth, unpalatable but undeniable, controlled demolition of Building 7 as proved by the four year study done by the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, has hideous implication. 

There’s nothing new to share regarding ‘world view’ and why it’s held. Velikovsky’s marvellous books, vividly written describing a cataclysmic past, ‘Worlds in Collision’ and ‘Earth in Upheaval’ – quite contrary to the cosy world view in which nothing much happens over aeons although extinction events do occur, helped form a new appreciation of our place in the galaxy. A busy place, full of energy. 

From this comes the Electric Universe, an idea – more than that – which hasn’t quite burst onto the public consciousness. 

‘Suspicious Observers’ have put together an excellent video which is displayed below. Climate gets a mention. 

‘Dark Journalist’ has a channel which covers many of the topics which interest me. Deep State, U.F.O. material, interesting connections. This video is a good introduction. 

 

It’s been a delight to find that the work of Wilson and Blackett hasn’t been extinguished and that Ross Broadstock of ‘BritishHiddenHistory’ on youtube has picked up the torch and challenge. 

I gain a great deal from these voices and the many more who cross my path, stay awhile, move on. 

Best wishes. I leave it at that.

 

covid and 9/11 

If I watch the ‘news’ – and it doesn’t matter from which part of the World – it looks like a horror show and often is, it wouldn’t be news without the scenes of conflict, and, thus, the Australia I see portrayed is not what I’m experiencing and I live here albeit it’s a quiet life. In the main, people are continuing to be good, bad or indifferent as they always have been. 

Internment camps? The very name conjures up images of concentration camps – we don’t have them. Staying in a hotel is not an internment camp. Yes there are ‘out of the way’ places that can be called internment camps but – hold on – they’re not places you stay in for long. For one thing, practically, no-one wants to work there. As far as I can see our police generally do the best they can under difficult circumstances. This is not a NAZI police state. Whether it’ll continue to move in that direction is another matter.

I’ve noted the odd politician reveling in the exercise of power but, in the main, our politicians are blundering through as they often do – not doing much checking of facts and hoping that ‘all will be well.’ Booster shots fill me with great unease. We move to injecting our children and there is no reason to do so – a year ago and this wasn’t even mentioned because children only get a mild version of covid. That aspect hasn’t changed yet now … it’s on the table with many welcoming this move. To protect who? Apart from the profits of big pharma.

As to the moves towards a new world order – they continue and don’t bode well for anyone. I’m still waiting, along with three and a half thousand Architects and Engineers, for the explanation as to how skyscrapers fall neatly into their own footprints. No theory about conspiracy there … just conspiracy.

 

The following is a reprint from Architects and Engineers for 9/11 truth.

'Unspeakable’ 

Ted Walter 

December 8, 2021

Before it could air on the 20th anniversary of 9/11, a small handful of television critics and reporters managed to pressure HBO and Spike Lee into removing a half hour of the final episode of NYC Epicenters 9/11 → 2021½, in which the filmmaker questioned how the Twin Towers and Building 7 came down on 9/11. Then they celebrated the censorship. 

Conveniently omitted from almost all of their reporting was the fact that the censored half hour included not only a dozen technical experts affiliated with Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth but 9/11 family members, first responders, and survivors. 

Also in the past few months, The Atlantic and The Washington Post published lengthy pieces sympathizing with 9/11 family member Bob McIlvaine and Loose Change producer Korey Rowe, respectively — but dismissing their views with little-to-no basis for doing so. Meanwhile, The New York Times published a hit piece making empty claims about how Loose Change was a precursor to QAnon and other current-day “conspiracy theories.” 

Now that The Unspeakable has been out for a month and features four people who were in the censored half hour of NYC Epicenters — 9/11 family members Bob McIlvaine and Drew DePalma, architect Bill Brinnier, and engineer Tony Szamboti — and was directed by Loose Change creator Dylan Avery and edited by Korey Rowe, these journalists should be called upon to write about the stories and the filmmaking of the people they have silenced and denigrated. 

Will these journalists have the decency to review an “extraordinary, deeply moving film” about the 9/11 family members they helped censor, made by the filmmakers they and their colleagues have been defaming for 15 years? Or will they ignore this film — which relates directly to their earlier reporting — because it doesn’t fit their narrative? 

If they don’t write about it, we will be putting them on record as refusing to cover this film because it reflects positively on the good people they have painted as “conspiracy theorists.” Moreover, if any of them do watch the film and are capable of introspection, it should plant seeds of doubt about whether they are on the right side of history when it comes to 9/11 — seeds that could blossom the next time a major story like Lee’s HBO series forces them to write about 9/11 Truth. 

Please take a bit of time this week to email these journalists individually or as a group and urge them to write about The Unspeakable. All the information you need is below. 

And please drop us an email at info@AE911Truth.org when you’re done so that we know how many people are contacting them. 

Reggie Ugwu and Julia Jacobs, The New York Times 

Ugwu ignited the controversy in an interview with Spike Lee, published on August 23, 2021 (“Spike Lee, Exultant at the ‘Epicenter’”), in which he asked the filmmaker why he included the perspective of “conspiracy group” Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Lee answered that he still had questions and that he hoped the film would lead to a congressional hearing. 

Ugwu and Jacobs then wrote two articles covering the controversy as it evolved (“Spike Lee Re-Edits HBO Sept. 11 Series That Features Conspiracists”; “Spike Lee Removes Conspiracists From HBO 9/11 Series After Criticism”). Like Ugwu's interview with Lee, their reporting conveniently omitted the fact that 9/11 family members, first responders, and survivors were included in the censored section. They also presented as fact their opinion that the controlled demolition theory has been “debunked.” And they repeatedly referred to members of AE911Truth as “conspiracy theorists” rather than as “architects” and “engineers,” yet reverently described Dr. Shyam “We’ve-Had-Trouble-Getting-a-Handle-on-Building-7” Sunder and Ronald “It-Appeared-to-Me-that-Charges-Had-Been-Placed-in-the-Building” Hamburger as “scientists” and “experts” who had conducted a “yearslong investigation” and “hundreds of hours of analysis.” 

Email addresses: reggie.ugwu@nytimes.com, julia.jacobs@nytimes.com 

James Poniewozik, The New York Times 

Poniewozik is the chief television critic for The New York Times. In his roundup of TV documentaries that aired around the 20th anniversary (“Is 9/11 a Day, or Is It an Era?”), he claimed that the final episode of NYC Epicenters “flows better” without the “bizarre section” featuring “the conspiracists.” (I argue the opposite: It is glaringly incomplete.) He ended his column by lamenting that “the most artful of this season’s Sept. 11 documentaries became an example of one of the very problems it diagnosed” — i.e., conspiracism — while breathing a sigh of relief that the media was able to “make a difference.” 

Email address: james.poniewozik@nytimes.com 

Jordan Hoffman, Vanity Fair 

Unlike most critics, who omitted the fact that 9/11 family members were included in the censored half hour, Hoffman (“Spike Lee’s 9/11 Doc Didn’t Just Include Conspiracy Theories—It Promoted Them”) essentially bemoaned that Lee’s case for controlled demolition was too compelling because it included sympathetic figures like Bob McIlvaine. Praising Lee’s “directorial panache” and remarking how “eloquent” members of AE911Truth were, Hoffman offered little reason why anyone should disagree with Lee’s thesis, other than feebly asserting that “journalists have been debunking 9/11 conspiracies since 2005.” But he found it “terrifying to think how close HBO was to broadcasting the original version on such a wide platform.” 

Email address: jhoffman555@gmail.com 

Doreen St. Felix, The New Yorker 

St. Felix is The New Yorker’s television critic. Referring to members of AE911Truth as “hoax junkies” (“The Messy Introspection of Spike Lee’s ‘NYC Epicenters’”), she derided Lee for “practically vibrating with curiosity and conviction as he fraternizes with the truthers” and for nearly committing what would have been a “career-defining offense” had he not removed the half-hour section. 

Email address: doreenstfelix@gmail.com 

Charles Bramesco, The Guardian 

Like many others, Bramesco (“Why is Spike Lee’s 9/11 docuseries so controversial?”) reduced the censored half-hour section to “30 minutes featuring conspiracy group Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.” He asserted, without basis, that it contained “unfounded theorizing.” And he invoked the allegedly debunked catchphrase “jet fuel can’t melt steel beams.” Bramesco is evidently unaware, as are most journalists, that there was molten metal both in the rubble and gushing out of the South Tower — and its presence is why informed people talk about the inability of open-air fires to melt steel. He also exaggerated the backlash against Lee — “The public reacted in a small uproar” — apparently forgetting that the public had not actually seen the censored half hour and that the uproar was mainly from members of the media. 

Email address: bramescocharles@gmail.com 

Chris Vognar, Vulture (New York Magazine) 

In a short Q&A-style primer on the series, Vognar (“What Is Going On in Spike Lee’s 9/11 HBO Docuseries?”) twice used the term “conspiracy group” to refer to AE911Truth and twice asserted that the controlled demolition theory has been “thoroughly debunked,” citing pop science magazine Popular Mechanics. As if it were totally inconceivable that Lee would want to advocate the view that the towers were brought down by controlled demolition, Vognar asked, “What was [Lee] thinking, and how did the segment make it into the final cut to begin with?” 

To his credit, Vognar at least mentioned the statement issued by Bob McIlvaine and Drew DePalma “decrying the series’s ‘censorship.’” However, he incorrectly referred to DePalma as the parent of a 9/11 victim rather than as a son. He also did not make it clear that McIlvaine and DePalma were in the censored half-hour section — and thus were responding to being silenced — nor did he provide a link to their statement. 

Email address: chris.vognar@gmail.com 

Jennifer Senior, The Atlantic 

Senior is the author of a lengthy article in the September 2021 issue of The Atlantic that intimately profiled the grieving McIlvaine family (“What Bobby McIlvaine Left Behind”). 

A family friend of the McIlvaines, she treated Bob with dignity. But she ultimately dismissed, on flimsy circumstantial grounds, his interpretation of how his son died. And she dismissed the controlled demolition theory based on superficial and misguided ideas, such as her grossly mistaken claim that fire can melt steel. (She wrote: “Crucial to Bob Sr.’s understanding of September 11 . . . is the work of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, which popularized the idea that jet fuel couldn’t burn at a high enough temperature to melt beams into molten steel. This is, it should go without saying, contrary to all observable fact.”) 

Email address: press@theatlantic.com 

Kevin Roose, The New York Times 

At this point, articles like Roose’s “How a Viral Video Bent Reality” are so commonplace and formulaic that they need no elaboration. Perhaps realizing it would be a stretch (if not totally false) to say that Loose Change “caused” the newer “conspiracy theories” of the present, Roose conveyed the same idea in a more slippery way: “Its DNA is all over the internet.” 

Email address: kevin.roose+pitch@nytimes.com 

Jose Del Real, The Washington Post 

Del Real and the editors at The Washington Post apparently thought a great way to celebrate Veterans Day would be to publish an in-depth story about Afghanistan and Iraq war veteran Korey Rowe (“A veteran helped spread viral 9/11 conspiracy theories. Can he start over?”). Del Real’s constant pivoting between sympathizing with Rowe and admonishing him for the “widely debunked,” “fantastical claims” he “peddled” as the producer of Loose Change is a masterclass in the trendy style of journalism I like to call “compassionate debunking” (though it is neither compassionate nor actual debunking). 

Del Real says his “job is about truth and, at the highest level, empathy.” Now is his chance to prove it. 

Email address: jose.delreal@washpost.com 

Group Email List 

reggie.ugwu@nytimes.com, julia.jacobs@nytimes.com, james.poniewozik@nytimes.com, jhoffman555@gmail.com, doreenstfelix@gmail.com, bramescocharles@gmail.com, chris.vognar@gmail.com, press@theatlantic.com, kevin.roose+pitch@nytimes.com, jose.delreal@washpost.com

It's not all gloom and doom 

My ignorance is appalling in more fields than I care to count. I have to unlearn much of what I’ve been taught and to question continually. The history of the country of my birth and of the country I now live in, where the money comes from and to whom does it flow, the whys and the wherefores of this world, the one in which political leaders boast that they can change reality and they do. 

The history of Central Banking is a cesspit. The hideous divisions in society are manufactured, there is an agenda. It’s not mine. 

I don’t use social media and look to other voices to give education, inspiration, humour, sometimes via lecture, documentary … it’s ongoing. 

I’m a grandparent and can’t afford to blindly accept what I’m told, not when 5 – 11 year olds are lining up or about to be lined up to be vaccinated for no good reason – remember when this covid ‘thing’ started NO children needed to be vaccinated albeit they may get sick. Nothing essentially has changed yet we’re now hell-bent on injecting our children, who cannot make an informed consent, with vaccines which haven’t been given due process regarding safety and long term effect. 

This is a madness. Children are not dying in the streets.

 

and a word or two with Jordan Peterson and then, for me, play some music.

 

Violating Community Guidelines 

“a nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.” 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy 

So leads off the remarkable Tony Heller in a youtube post- perhaps he’ll be closed down - for he, gosh, golly, has ‘violated community guidelines.’ 

It stinks to high heaven, odious it is to live through a time when ‘truth and falsehood’ are words rarely used. We get the mealy mouthed ‘alternative facts’ when there’s no such thing. There are facts and additional facts which then may change perception but they’re not alternative. 

That we’ve been lied to isn’t hard to accept. There’s never any talk of ‘corruption theory’ – it’s laughable when all know that corruption exists to then call it a theory. 

Why isn’t it so with conspiracy. All know that conspiracies have always existed – no theory about it yet it serves the purpose of those who would confuse their population to add the word ‘theory’ whenever a conspiracy is uncovered. 

Straight after 9/11 that twit of a president George W. read what his handlers had decreed – words to the effect – ‘Let’s have no talk of conspiracy theories.’ and the tragic consequences unfold with a tame, compliant media mouthing the same platitudinous nonsense. 

In the olden days, before the internet, much was hidden or just difficult to find and people wrote letters to the editor of their local newspaper about subjects which moved them. Not that they all get printed. My last one didn’t. Nothing too dreadful but not printed. 

And as for youtube – they’ve age restricted two of my videos neither of which shows anything more than one would find on the evening news. 

It was covid restrictions and mandates here in Australia which prompted me to write. 

It is as follows: 

Awhile ago the Gazette printed a letter from a man who’d had his first vaccine but nonetheless had many questions unanswered in respect to Covid. I found myself slightly uplifted because he’d written and because you’d printed. 

Later, a letter from a couple who’d decided not to get vaccinated and again, slightly uplifted that they’d cared to write and that you had printed. 

I’m double vaccinated – can’t work without it - but there’s been an element of coercion which may have had justification when rates of vaccination were low – the ‘common good’ element – but what we have now is a two tiered society in which the unvaccinated cannot fully participate in society. 

This cannot stand without comment. 

Bluntly, who stands to suffer most if the disease is caught and, as much to the point, what right does ‘society’ have to demand that we’re injected, perhaps for years, and mandate a ‘no jab – no job.’ approach as if this somehow resolves the situation. 

It doesn’t resolve it. 

Sincerely David Griffith 

As for Tony Heller – he continues his good work on these platforms: 

https://newtube.app/TonyHeller https://rumble.com/user/tonyheller

And while it's there on youtube

When consensus is a pretence. 

Consensus in science doesn’t exist and I’m not sure that it could given the nature of scientific inquiry. 

Yet when it comes to Climate Change the absurd 90% plus figure regarding consensus is trotted out like a Gospel.

31,000 American scientists disagree about consensus so that's worth the pause for thought.

The text of the Global Warming Petition Project reads, in its entirety:

"We urge the United States government to reject the global warming agreement that was written in Kyoto, Japan in December, 1997, and any other similar proposals. The proposed limits on greenhouse gases would harm the environment, hinder the advance of science and technology, and damage the health and welfare of mankind. 

There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gases is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth's atmosphere and disruption of the Earth's climate. Moreover, there is substantial scientific evidence that increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide produce many beneficial effects upon the natural plant and animal environments of the Earth."

 

'Artorius Rex Discovered'  

‘Artorius Rex Discovered’ is not a book for the faint hearted. It is so densely packed with minute detail that it’s no wonder that a search for ‘Wilson and Blackett debunked’ turns up no result. A bit of scurrilous nonsense but nothing real. 

To debunk such scholarly research would require a physical retracing of their steps, an excellent fluency with the Welsh language, a deep understanding of history and sources, context within that history and a keen intellect not encumbered by bias or self interest. A decade or so of time may also be required. As there is in existence a whole industry in England dedicated to making money from Arthurian legend then courage and perseverance will also be needed. 

There are no takers for such an endeavor. Wilson and Blackett are ignored. Understandable in England but a disgrace within Wales where the ‘powers that be’ have a duty to prove them wrong or otherwise. 

I had no interest in King Arthur – surely myth and legend or so I once thought - and found Wilson and Blackett while researching my own voyage back to Wales – land of my birth, land of my fathers. I wanted a deeper map of time and place than that generally available. 

It was by their lectures and their collaboration with Adrian Gilbert who wrote ‘The Holy Kingdom’ that I found the roadmap I was seeking. It served me well and I’m grateful to the authors. 

It was four years ago when I made that journey but only very recently did I find the book ‘Artorius Rex Discovered.’ I’m very glad that I did.