Mainstream tech blog Gizmodo decided again to dump on 9/11 truth, covering a recent interview of Carl Sagan’s son Jeremy in which he expresses skepticism toward the official account of the September 11th attacks. While other outlets picked up on the story few were as snarky and dismissive as Gizmodo, clearly demonstrating it’s institutional bias.
With little regard for those family members of victims who question the official account of the 9/11 attacks, mainstream media news outlets have published over 30 inaccurate, derogatory, and stereotyping hit pieces in the 2 weeks leading up to the tenth anniversary of the attacks. Among the articles there are many common themes, sources, logical fallacies, and insults.
Co-director of Foreign Policy In Focus, Jeff Feffer demonstrates his mainstream bias toward 9/11 truth, 911 conspiracy theories, and “truthers.” Feffer compares ‘truthers’ to bacteria and says we are credulous, anti-Semitic, dysfunctional, like ‘birthers,’ spiritually confused, and wasting our time.
[C]onspiracy theorists […] investigate as much in sorrow as in anger. They are always just one confession away from the truth. This kind of logic is much more understandable, if no more sensible, after reading Among the Truthers: A Journey Through America’s Growing Conspiracist Underground, a smart and serious new book by Canadian journalist Jonathan […]
From the 9/11 Truthers to the grassy knoll theorists, proponents of alternative explanations of causation, otherwise known as conspiracy theories, are openly ridiculed and sidelined by the collective red, white, and blue colony. In a country which thumps its chest and proudly proclaims its adherence to the principles of liberty and freedom, this is a […]
The Truthers have long been pressing me to express my support for their cause. Here’s how I stand on the issue. I’m very aware of the serious contradictions and apparent lies in the Official Government Version (OGV) of what happened on that fateful day. (Before the Truthers can be dismissed as “conspiracy theorists”, it should […]