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Video Response to BBC’s ‘Conspiracy Files’

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The Final Mystery Of 9/11?
(A video response by Jon Gold to the BBC’s latest episode of “Conspiracy Files,”
which purports to lay to rest the “mystery of 9/11.” Uhm… they failed,
by the way.)

What the BBC producers probably should have watched before putting out this silly recent piece … a BBC production by Adam Curtis, from several years ago, The
Power of Nightmares: The Rise of the Politics of Fear
. We
encourage everyone to watch this video, and share it with others, as its historical
presentation is quite valuable regarding the background of players involved
with our current “War of Terror.”

Description from

This film explores the origins in the 1940s and 50s of Islamic Fundamentalism
in the Middle East, and Neoconservatism in America, parallels between these
movements, and their effect on the world today. From the introduction to Part

“Both [the Islamists and Neoconservatives] were idealists who were born
out of the failure of the liberal dream to build a better world. And both
had a very similar explanation for what caused that failure. These two groups
have changed the world, but not in the way that either intended. Together,
they created today’s nightmare vision of a secret, organized evil that threatens
the world. A fantasy that politicians then found restored their power and
authority in a disillusioned age. And those with the darkest fears became
the most powerful.”

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Chapter 1 Baby it’s Cold Outside: 64Kb
(67 MB) 256Kb
(153 MB) MPEG1
(617 MB) MPEG2
(1.0 GB)

Chapter 2 The Phantom Victory: 64Kb
(67 MB) 256Kb
(153 MB) MPEG1
(648 MB) MPEG2
(1.0 GB)

Chapter 3 The Shadows in the Cave: 64Kb
(68 MB) 256Kb
(155 MB) MPEG1
(689 MB) MPEG2
(1.3 GB)

Producer: Adam Curtis
Production Company: BBC

We also highly recommend another Adam Curtis Film, The Century
of Self