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Depth of evidence presented in brand new 9/11 truth film buries official story for good
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, August 29, 2008
Fabled Enemies is a departure from every other 9/11 truth film released so far. It comes off as more of a spy thriller than a mere conspiracy romp. With tight editing, slick presentation, and sublimely complimentary backing music, the documentary draws the viewer in for an eminently watchable experience.
The film begins by revealing how in the very hours after 9/11, Osama bin Laden’s conviction of guilt in the court of public opinion was assured simply by constant repetition in the news media, and how the fairytale of 19 hijackers with box cutters began to unravel.
The film does not try to invent an alternative scenario behind what really happened on 9/11, it expertly demolishes the official version by concentrating on how Bin Laden’s network was protected every step of the way by higher-ups and the hijackers issued visas while good FBI agents like Robert Wright attempted to penetrate the wider plot but were blocked from doing so.
The treatment of Anthony Shaffer, who attempted to inform the 9/11 Commission about Able Danger, an intelligence program that identified the hijackers before 9/11, highlights precisely why the Commission was a set-up from the very beginning. Shaffer and his team were gagged and slandered and the vital information they had passed on was ignored and buried.
The murky and mysterious connections of Israeli citizens, who were later connected to gargantuan spy rings, detained on 9/11 and their links to the attacks are then explored in detail, including the strange reports of truck bombs and bombs planted on the George Washington Bridge, aspects of 9/11 that are key yet have been largely sidelined by previous 9/11 truth films.
The evidence presented in the movie painfully underscores the damage that the United States’ alliance with Israel is proliferating, highlighted nowhere more starkly than Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu’s bold admission that the 9/11 attacks were good for Israel and continue to benefit the Zionist state.
“9/11 was an international intelligence operation,” avers producer Jason Bermas, “that included role players within our own government as well as the governments of Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Israel. Each played a compartmentalized role in order to create a climate of fear and confusion.” Fabled Enemies painstakingly delves into known and little known minutiae of this international intelligence operation to provide an overview of what is certainly the largest and most audacious false flag attack in American history.
Other aspects of events on that day which even seasoned 9/11 truthers might be unaware of are also explored, including the strange case of Flight 23, a transcontinental flight that raised red flags because of Middle Eastern passengers who were behaving oddly and were asked to leave the plane before take-off. When they refused and armed police were sent to deal with the situation, the men simply vanished, strongly suggesting they had the support of people with access to secure areas of the airport and runway, a pattern observed in the other hijackings.
The film also tackles in depth the numerous wargames that took place which coincided with the 9/11 attacks, along with the threat to Air Force One and questions how the terrorists could have obtained secure codes and security procedures for a raft of sensitive U.S. government agencies without help from the inside.
Finally, the film explores the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 and the possible motives for why this building had to be destroyed on 9/11, as well as the suspicious anthrax attacks and their connections to the U.S. government and military institutions.
In summary, Jason Bermas has produced a 9/11 film to rank up there with the very best. The strength of the evidence presented stands alone and conclusively debunks the official version of 9/11 as nothing more than a paper-thin work of fiction. The depth of information presented in Fabled Enemies is enough to sway even a hardened skeptic, and the movie should be held up as a shining beacon and the very best that the 9/11 truth movement has to offer.