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Jon Stewart and 9/11 - Is it all a show?

June 18, 2019

Jon Stewart and the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund – Is it all a show?

"Accountability doesn’t appear to be something that occurs in this chamber… I'm sorry if I sound angry and undiplomatic, but I am angry, and you should be too."
– Jon Stewart before the House Judiciary Committee, June 11, 2019

Jon Stewart (born Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz) became famous as the television comedian who hosted a satirical news program, called The Daily Show on Comedy Central. Recently, Stewart has been in the news speaking before the House Judiciary Committee to discuss reauthorizing the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund. At one point Stewart lashed out at the congressmen telling them:  "You should be ashamed of yourselves."

His televised performance before the committee is clearly a dishonest effort by Stewart to claim the moral high ground in the sordid saga of 9/11. 

Why do I say Stewart is being dishonest? 

It is dishonest because the primary cause of the cancers and mortality among the first responders, the ultra-fine particles in the smoke that rose from the pile, is being ignored. The smoke that the first responders were exposed to for the first three months on the pile was laden with unprecedented amounts of toxic ultra-fine particles (i.e. nano-particles).  

Why are the ultra-fine particles in the smoke being ignored by Stewart?  

Stewart is not ignoring the extremely toxic nature of the smoke because he doesn't understand the toxicity of ultra-fine particles. That is easy to understand. Ultra-fine particles are particulate matter of nanoscale size (less than 0.1 of a micron in diameter). These extremely small particles are dangerous to our health because of their size, which allows them to pass through the body until they wind up getting lodged in the nucleus of the human cell where they wreak havoc on the human system.

If it is so simple to grasp the toxic nature of the smoke, why is it not being discussed?

Jon Stewart and the other clowns involved in the 9/11 cover-up cannot address the peculiar toxicity of the smoke that rose from the pile because that would require an explanation that they cannot face. 

As I explained in my article from May 2006 entitled, "Why Did Iron Boil beneath the Rubble?":

The DELTA Group's work revealed the presence of extremely small metallic aerosols in unprecedented amounts in the plumes coming from the burning WTC rubble.  Most of the particles in these plumes were in the category of the smallest ultra-fine and nano-particles: from 0.26 to 0.09 microns.  The extraordinarily high level of ultra-fine aerosols was one of the most unusual aspects of the data, [Dr. Thomas] Cahill said. "Ultra-fine particles require extremely high temperatures," Cahill said, "namely the boiling point of the metal."   

Stewart and others involved in the cover-up ignore the toxic nature of the smoke because it came from hot-spots hotter than boiling iron, and they don't want to talk about what was creating these extremely hot reactions under the pile.

Why do I say that Jon Stewart is part of the cover-up? 

Stewart is on the board of directors of the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, which is an institution to promote the official myth of what happened on 9/11. The chairman of the board of this institution of propaganda is the former mayor, Michael Bloomberg. If Stewart were truly serious about helping those afflicted by the toxic smoke he would spare us the crocodile tears and start asking the questions that need to be heard, like what made so many first responders so sick?  But then, if Stewart were serious about 9/11 he would focus his attention on who did it and why it was done.  

Sources: Jon Stewart, director, 9/11 Memorial and Museum

"Why Did Iron Boil beneath the Rubble?" Christopher Bollyn, May 6, 2006

"The Toxic Smoke from the Rubble," Bollyn, September 13, 2007 

"The Smoking Gun of 9-11," Bollyn, October 15, 2012

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