When MacKenzie Phillips book, and crazy allegations hit the media like a hurricane. I thought to myself, how fortuitous for the US government. Because another book was released just days earlier. And, I mean just 4 to 5 days before her "news" broke.
Maybe you have heard of it, maybe you haven't?
It was a book written by John Farmer, Senior Council for the 9/11 commission and Rutgers University Dean of Law. The book is titled "The Ground Truth".
One thing made clear by John Farmer in the book, is that everything told to the people about 9/11 is a lie. Yes, he sticks to the official excuse, that the government was so incompetent they had no choice but to lie. I reject his conclusion. His conclusion is nothing but his opinion, there are other conclusions that can be drawn from the fact that the US government fabricated the entire official 9/11 conspiracy.
Opinions aside, the important point he makes clear, is that everything the public was told is a lie, it is untrue. This book, should have been getting all the press. The facts of the book, warrant the attention. But there are shall we say, timely distractions.
Here are some of Farmer's own words:
“At some level of government,” says Dean Farmer, “at some point in time, a decision was made not to tell the truth about the national response to the attacks on the morning of 9/11. We owe the truth to the families of the victims of 9/11. We owe it to the American public as well, because only by understanding what has gone wrong in the past can we assure our nation’s safety in the future.”
John Farmer comes to the conclusion that the official version of the story is almost entirely untrue, based on false testimony by the WhiteHouse, CIA, FBI and NORAD.
You can listen to this show, here as they discuss the book
John Farmer on how what the 9/11 Commission, public and media was told by military and government officials, 'was almost entirely, and inexplicably, untrue.'
You can also listen to an interview with John Farmer here
HOUR 1: John Farmer on how what the 9/11 Commission, public and media was told by military and government officials, 'was almost entirely, and inexplicably, untrue. Also, he answered the unspeakable questions that Glenn Beck felt merited the resignation of Van Jones from the Obama administration. He was offended by none of those questions.
There is a transcript of this show here
Farmer makes an interesting slip regarding the Pentagon plane in the interview.
John Farmer; "Yes, we did, and- and, uh, I know there's been a lot of speculation about, um, about, you know, whether a plane actually hit the Pentagon- I can assure you that it did."
He can assure everyone a plane did hit the Pentagon.. but when asked if he was shown pictures???
BF: OK, and just to be clear, 'cause we're hittin' the clock here, John- you have seen 'tapes' of a plane hitting the Pentagon?
JF: Well, uh, no I haven't seen tapes- pictures of a plane actually hitting the Pentagon,How can he make the claim " I assure you (a plane hit the Pentagon) that it did"
When he was shown NO pictures, zero, none, nadda one.
He doesn't find that a bit odd?