Video: The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw

“They say a conspiracy this large could not be kept secret, but most large covert operations are kept secret. People say ‘they’, meaning the Bush Administration, wouldn’t dare for fear they’d be found out. As for being found out by the media, well, what’s to fear so far?”

– Barrie Zwicker, from The Great Conspiracy



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As the acclaimed author and scholar Professor Michel Chossudovsky has repeated on several occasions, exposing the truth about 9/11 is key to dismantling the propaganda apparatus that powers the destructive project known as the Global War on Terrorism. But within a larger frame, 9/11 Truth also serves as a reminder of the U.S. National Security State’s capacity to induce support from the masses behind military aggression, the diversion of resources away from programs of social uplift, and the restriction of citizens’ civil liberties in the name of ‘security.’

Humanity will not likely survive a permanent war that will not end in our lifetimes. If this war is built on a false pre-text, it is urgent that the casus beli be subjected to the most unrelenting scrutiny. That is why, after 17 years and two U.S. presidential administrations, Global Research and similar independent sites, continue to highlight the demonstrable flaws in the myth of 9/11 and the ‘War on Terrorism.’

In January 2002, only four months after the terrorist attacks blamed on Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda, a seasoned journalist, media critic and critical thinker by the name of Barrie Zwicker became the first broadcaster in the world to challenge the official 9/11 narrative on national television with his seven part series, The Great Deception.

Two and a half years after that effort, Zwicker put out a 70 minute documentary entitled, The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw. This video builds on Zwicker’s previous effort, encompassing some of the most compelling analysis and testimony from a number of independent researchers, including Michael C Ruppert, Webster Tarpley, Paul Thompson and David Ray Griffen, among others.

The film lays out sufficient evidence of U.S. government foreknowledge, cover-up and guilty demeanour to warrant a new investigation and criminal proceedings against Administration officials, including the former President and Vice President.

On the occasion of the 17th anniversary of the attacks we present what remains, in this writer’s estimation, one of the best documentaries on 9/11 ever released. The radio version was edited for community radio broadcast. The complete documentary is available below.

Barrie  Zwicker is a renowned Canadian journalist, best selling author and documentary producer. He was director of the six day International Citizens’ Inquiry into 9/11 at the University of Toronto in 2004. In 2006, he published the book, Towers of Deception: The Media Cover-up of 9/11. He is a frequent contributor to Truth and Shadows, and a frequent Global Research New Hour interview guest.




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For a more comprehensive digest of the multiple analyses discrediting the 9/11 official story, please be sure to review Global Research’s 9/11 Reader.

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