In some schools and libraries web sites that give the “inside job” view of 9/11 are being censored by content filters. A kid was taken out of class for “looking at terrorist stuff” when he visited Infowars.com.
Let’s assume the official story is true and the amazing coincidences surrounding 9/11 are just coincidences. Let’s say also that David Shayler (video) is wrong.
“Former MI5 agent David Shayler, who previously blew the whistle on the British government paying Al Qaeda $200,000 to carry out political assassinations, has gone on the record with his conviction that 9/11 was an inside job meant to bring about a permanent state of emergency in America and pave the way for the invasions of Afghanistan, Iraq and ultimately Iran and Syria.” – prisonplanet
In that case, the conspiracy theorists have it wrong. Sure, the CIA may try to place agents into Al Qaeda, but that doesn’t mean that created Al Qaeda itself or that they are still running it as a secret a black op for political purposes. Also, the 84% of Americans who do not believe the Govt. about 9/11 are completely wrong. In that case, what criteria would we used to ban such web sites? Would we ban all sites that use correct and verifiable information to reach wrong conclusions? Careful there.
Below is a video of Alex Jones talking to the boy. If the 9/11 conspiracy is true, then we need this sort of thing, right? If the official story is true, however, then is Jones guilty of anything more than reaching wrong conclusions based on available evidence and acting to use free speech according to his conscience? It seems to me the parents should decide and the boy’s father seems to have no problem with the Alex Jones show.