Judy Wood, Anti-Gravity, and the Search for "Truth"
I found out Judy Wood was on Fetzer's radio show yesterday. Since those two are always good for a laugh I found an MP3 of it and gave it a listen. I was not disappointed. First of all, from a bit where Fetzer is quoting a letter he received from a woman concerning a History Channel documentary on building collapse:
Fetzer: “They had their experts, their structural design engineers and other kinds of engineers such as Mathis Leavy and Wiliam Baker giving their government shill commentary supporting the principles given as the governments official story as to why the towers fell. I have a feeling the same engineer shill experts are wheeled out and recycled for all the PBS and Discovery channel and History channel 9/11 disinformation. pieces“ She herself tries to avoid the words “fell” and “collapse” and “came down” because it certainly looked to her that the towers were blown or blown to kingdom come.
Wood: Yeah, the majority of the material went up rather than down.
Fetzer: Right, pulverization is taking place here.
I am not sure what more I can add to that part.
Later on, Fetzer gives his reason why their theory must be right:
Fetzer:Well Jack White, who is a legendary photoanalyst, who has done brilliant work, not only on JFK but on 9/11 and many other topics that are controversial has developed the principle that the more you are being attacked the more probably that you are right on the money, or getting very close to the truth. So there is like a direct correlation by the extent and severity to how close you are to the truth that they are trying to suppress. And by that yardstick I think that you and Morgan must be really close to being on the money here about the fact that some kind of directed energy had to be to take out the twin towers. There is no other way to account for the phenomena. Which means that we have to look at the possibility that HARP or solar energy or lasers or masers, or even plasmoids may have been employed here.
OK, first of all, I am not sure what he means by "attack". The "Star Wars Death Beam" theory is hardly being attacked by any official sources, it is so silly that it hasn't even been mentioned outside of the conspiracy theory community. Not even Bill O'Reilly has had anyone on his show to discuss this.
The fact that their theories are too stupid for members of their own community, many of whom will believe almost anything to begin with, should hardly be held up as any type of proof. I have a proposal for Wood and Fetzer, why don't they propose the theory that the World Trade Centers were brought down by thousands of Keebler Elves with nail files. That will draw even more scorn and ridicule, proving that hypothesis even more truthier!