Interview 1088 – Black Op Radio: 9/11 Research

by | Sep 11, 2015 | Interviews | 3 comments

911squareToday James joins Len Osanic of Black Op Radio to talk about the 9/11 false flag. They discuss the psyop aspects of the attacks as well as those pieces of evidence that directly contradict the narrative of the attacks.

9/11: A Conspiracy Theory


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  1. Agreed w/ Lisa. Excellent podcast. I listened last night but want to listen again today. Chock full of info.

    James – looking forward to the podcast-umentary mentioned that you were working on in the NWNW episode.

  2. It really occurs to me listening to this — and no offense to any other alt media voices out there — how truly excellent James is at doing this stuff. Some of the people out there, and bless their cotton socks, but their level of analysis is on the order of: “Dude, the way those buildings went down? No WAY!” Which is fine but it often stays right there at that level. James does actual work. He brings actual research to bear on these issues, and applies it analytically. It’s really unusual and so valuable. There are not a lot of people doing that.

    Just thought I’d take a moment to note how much I appreciate it. THANK YOU.

    • Thank you for the kind words, John. I try not to take myself too seriously but I do take this work and these subjects very seriously and it’s good to know that the effort I’ve put into this work is not unnoticed. Once again, thanks belong to you and all the members here for making this work possible.

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