"9/11 - Ten Years On" Reveals BBC Bias
August 30, 2011
There is something wrong here. If you have seen Building 7, there's no way back. I have no way back. If you fight you might lose, but if you don't fight you have lost. There is no way that our civilization can continue without facing these unsolved questions of 9/11.
- Niels Harrit on BBC program "9/11 - Ten Years On"
The BBC reported that WTC 7, the Salomon Brothers building, had collapsed - before it actually collapsed. With such glaring problems on the record it is hardly surprising that the BBC claims to have accidently destroyed all of its 9/11 tapes. Just a "cockup" it claims - nothing intentional.
Last night, the BBC aired a program about 9/11 on its British television network BBC Two. The program, produced by Mike Rudin, is entitled "The Conspiracy Files: 9/11 - Ten Years On".
"World Update", a radio program on the BBC World Service, featured a 10-minute piece on 29 August about the conspiracy theories surrounding the events of 9/11. The piece about the 9/11 can be heard from 32:30 minutes into the show until minute 43. The program can be heard (for only 6 days from today) at this link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/p00jpbl7
I recommend listening to the 10-minute piece with host Dan Damon and Mike Rudin, the producer of the program on 9/11, because it reveals the BBC's bias against 9/11 truth seekers like myself. Dan Damon's attitude, which comes through quite clearly, is that 9/11 skeptics are fools who lack intelligence or compassion for the relatives.
The BBC even commissioned a poll to be taken in the United States and Britain to get an idea of how people think about 9/11 conspiracy theories after 10 years. One thousand people were polled in each country in July 2011 and asked the following question:
It is generally accepted that these attacks were carried out by al Qaida. However some people have suggested there was a wider conspiracy that included the American government. Do you, yourself, believe that there was a wider conspiracy, or not?
The GfK NOP poll found that one-in-four people between the ages of 16 and 24 believe there was a wider conspiracy behind 9/11. Among the general population the ratio was one-in-seven. In the United States, 15 percent of those asked believe the government is part of the conspiracy. Only two-in-three, some 68 percent, think there was no conspiracy. Although the poll revealed that there are very significant numbers of people in Britain and the U.S. who believe the government is involved in the cover-up of 9/11, the BBC does not give this important minority the respect it gives to much smaller racial, religious, or political minority groups. Why does the BBC treat us differently than other minorities?
Such lack of respect from the BBC for 9/11 truth is not at all surprising, but is to be expected. A bias is a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation. The BBC, in lock step with the controlled media in the United States, has consistently shown a partiality for the unproven fairy tale that Osama Bin Laden and 19 Arabs are responsible for all the death and destruction of 9/11, and has completely avoided any objective consideration of the evidence that disproves this official version.
The BBC, as a taxpayer-funded news organization, actually claims that it accidently destroyed all of its 9/11 tapes shortly after the attacks! Is that believable? The BBC has also consistently ignored, from Day One, the eyewitness report of its own reporter, Steven Evans, who reported observing "a series of exposions" at the base of the World Trade Center long before either tower collapsed.
Understanding BBC's institutional bias against 9/11 truth is essential to understanding who is really behind the false-flag terror attacks of 9/11. It could hardly be more obvious. The people who wield the financial power behind the British government and BBC are ultimately responsible for the BBC's institutional bias against 9/11 truth. The Rothschild family, for example, has a long history of holding key executive positions on the governing board of the BBC through people like Marcus Agius. The current director of the BBC Trust, the governing body of the BBC, is a London financial man named Nicholas Kroll.
Nicholas Kroll is Director of Governance of BBC Trust
Mike Rudin, the producer of "9/11 - Ten Years On", said that most of the conspiracy theories lack coherence. "Rarely do you get a very coherent theory with a very clear idea about motives, exactly how it could have happened," Rudin said. But the BBC did not contact me about the theory developed in my book Solving 9/11 - The Deception that Changed the World. They certainly have a very good reason to avoid discussing my book. Solving 9/11 provides a "very coherent theory with a very clear idea about motives" about who is really behind 9/11.
It's not that the BBC is unaware of my work. In June 2005 the BBC interviewed me in London after a press conference in which I had appeared with several speakers who were part of Jimmy Walter's European 9/11 truth tour. "Why are you the only American journalist that does not believe the government version of 9/11?" was the first question the BBC asked me.
The BBC asked me for an interview when I visited London in June 2005.
A year later, in August 2006, the "only American journalist that does not believe the government version of 9/11" became the only American journalist to be assaulted by undercover police at his home. The brutal assault I suffered at the hands of three heavily armed undercover "tactical" police at my home certainly did not interest the BBC, nor did the malicious prosecution that followed.