Interview 1161 – PFT Live: Debunking the 28 Pages

by | Apr 20, 2016 | Interviews | 9 comments

Today James joins Dan Dicks on PFT Live to discuss the 28 pages and the move to blame Saudi Arabia for 9/11. What are the 28 pages really about? Is this really a step forward for 9/11 truth or a step back? Are the Saudis threatening to crash the dollar if they’re hung out to dry? Join James and Dan for the lowdown on the latest 9/11 propaganda.


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  1. Excellent and succinct. I’d forgotten about the Saudi connection thread which, at that time, was pounded out to the public–been hanging there all this time waiting to be pulled. Amazing the foresight given to CYA scenarios by these sociopaths and psychopaths. But, I suppose, that is their thing. Thanks to whomever or whatever put you on the side of truth, James. Grateful.

  2. @phreedomphile
    Always enjoy your perspective/analysis on here when you give it. Definitely a fan of the caliber of individuals/community that Corbett draws to his site… And I t’s evidence of a growing movement within our world, a movement of people of character that can’t be easily bought or persuaded by the psychological manipulations of TPTSB… May we continue to be slow to make superficial judgments and be quick to view things from many different angles and layers… Using this approach of “wisdom” will always bring about much more light than heat and provide a way forward in a world so often plagued by centralized power (in both private and public spheres/institutions) that is used so menacingly.

  3. Saudi involvement is at least a partial smokescreen, deflecting
    investigation into Israel culpability.

  4. Yes indeed, a limited hangout with diversion added. The royal Sauds are not happy with the way the USA is helping in the conduct of the war against Assad in Syria and the fact that the Empire has stolen (rehypothecated) the royal’s stash of gold in the Swiss banks. The royals have started their own national endowment fund, held in Arabia, in the wake of this. The Rockefellers have also divested a large amount of their hydro carbon investment holdings so something is going on behind the scenes in the oil patch that is most likely aimed at destroying the Russian oil export market as a key pillar of the Russian economy…IMHO.

  5. Dear James,
    As you are probably aware Ry Dawson of Anti was campaigning to have the 28 pages declassified about a year or more ago. Mr Dawson specifically noted that some of the language used to describe the content of those pages is the “involvement of forgien governments” Plural. Ry Dawson and others are absoutely convinced that the Mossad had a hand in 911.
    What do you think of the pural of the word government and do you think that more states than Saudi Arabia can be name in the 28 pages?

    Many thanks for your work, we all appreciate it very much


  6. Yes, saudi-patsies deflect attention away from the real villians in this whole imbroglio – the neocons/zionists. The are many birds being killed with this limited hangout stone, but you can be sure that the neocon/zionists will not be among them. How could they be? They’re orchestrating it all.

  7. With regards to James’ point about truth making inroads in the zeitgeist, there’s a new movie out with George Clooney and Julia Roberts directed by Jodi Foster called Money Monster. Check out the tagline

    The film does not seem to have anything to do really with conspiracy theory. I think like “false flags” the phrase is reaching critical mass in the popular lexicon and hollywood is doing its usual expropriation thing.

    Let’s hope as James says, though, that some of this popularity will transcend the ostracism surrounding “truth” and entice people to look under the hood and investigate further.

    • On a tangential note, I’m finally reading Conspiracy Theory in America by Lance de Haven-Smith. I’ve avoided it because I assumed I am already pretty conversant in the subject and don’t need to read a book on it. Plus, what could possibly be there to fill up a book?

      Boy, was I wrong. It’s a superb read and I am learning sooooo much more about just how nefarious and dangerous the phrase really is. For anyone feeling behind the conspiracy theory 8-ball, this book is for you.

      You’ll just wanna give it to every naysayer you know (some of whom may no longer be your friends . . . )

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