What did the BBC do back in 2008? They aired a documentary called “The Conspiracy Files 9/11: Third Tower” where they tried to whitewash the mystery of why World Trade Center 7 collapsed.
Even though BBC pretended to be unbiased, it was clear that they would never air anything suggesting that the official story is wrong, because why bother with facts when we can blindly believe what the government tells us?
And of course, they conveniently left out parts of Larry Silverstein’s interview where he said “pull it“, because that would contradict their oh-so-trusted story about debris and fires causing the collapse. But hey, who needs evidence when we have good old-fashioned blind faith, am I right?
And let’s not forget about all the fun demolition terms like “blast shoot blow and pull” that were thrown around, because if there’s one thing we love, it’s making light of a tragedy.
All in all, this documentary was a true masterpiece in propaganda and will go down in history as a shining example of how not to do journalism. Bravo, BBC. Bravo.
The documentary “The Conspiracy Files 911 Third Tower” aired on BBC in July 2008, attempting to explain the collapse of World Trade Center 7 which wasn’t hit by a plane during the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Though the program makers attempt to present unbiased evidence, they ultimately push the official story that fire and structural damage caused the collapse.
The documentary makers purposefully omit a key line from an interview with building owner Larry Silverstein, where he refers to “pulling” the building, but the BBC removes his connection between the word “pull” and the collapse of the building.
The term “pull” is used in the demolition industry to refer to bringing down buildings. The documentary also mentions other instances where the term “pull” is used with the meaning of demolishing buildings, and it points out that no firefighters were in the building when it collapsed.
The BBC’s omission of certain evidence suggests that they are biased towards the official story.
- In 2008, the BBC aired a documentary about the collapse of World Trade Center 7 on 9/11.
- The documentary claims that the collapse of WTC7 is the final mystery of 9/11.
- The BBC presents evidence for fire and structural damage as the cause of the collapse, but also manipulates evidence to support the official story.
- The owner of WTC7, Larry Silverstein, is accused of being involved in the demolition of the building, but claims to have meant “pulling” firefighters out of harm’s way.
- There were no firefighters in WTC7 when it collapsed, and the building fell neatly into its own footprint.
Let’s Sing Along
In 2008, the BBC aired
A doc on 9/11 that left some scared
They aimed to solve the final mystery
Of why building seven took history
But even though they claimed to be unbiased
Some manipulations were carefully devised
To promote the official story, it seems
And hide evidence that didn’t fit their schemes
Larry Silverstein, the building’s owner
Was accused of being part of a huge donor
To the conspiracy to destroy the towers
But the BBC cut out a key line in his powers
They removed his connection between “pull” and the fall
Of the building, as if one affected all
But the truth is out there, for those who seek
Just don’t get fooled again, don’t be meek
Blast, shoot, blow, and pull
Are words used in the demolition tool
To bring down buildings, bridges, and more
But who’s really behind the war?