Still Moron Joshua Blakeney
Here's a YouTube video that Blakeney put together featuring his comments about Israel and 9-11. For some reason the twit felt compelled to add some music to the audio track which actually makes it harder to concentrate on the words (which may be the idea):
As you can see, Blakeney's "scholarship" consists of assembling the usual talking points of "the Zionists did 9-11" wing, with a little less subtlety than Kevin Barrett. Like I said in my previous post, it's a mixture of the Dancing Jews, Larry Silverstein's "pull it", the USS Liberty, etc.
He also speaks up for Holocaust Denier Barrett; those brave anti-Zionists have to stick together!
On the depth of Blakeney's research of 9-11, here's an article that he wrote a month ago on a Canadian website called Rabble:
As many involved in genuine 9/11 studies have noted, there were many reliable reports of the alleged hijackers engaging in un-Islamic activities prior to 9/11. Moreover, when the flight manifests were released indicating the names of the passengers on the four hijacked planes, none of the alleged hijackers' names were listed. Moreover, a number of the alleged hijackers turned up alive. The U.K.'s Telegraph made contact with two of the alleged hijackers and published interviews with them post-9/11.
If Mr. Kay wishes to propagate a theory about 19 conspiratorial adherents to "militant Islam" striking the United States he should demonstrate that such individuals were indeed Islamist militants and that they boarded the planes on 9/11. In his tenth 9/11-related book Cognitive Infiltration Professor David Ray Griffin opines: "Besides not being devout Muslims, the "hijackers" were evidently not even on the airliners [. . .] if the alleged hijackers had purchased tickets and boarded the flights, as the official story has it, their names would have been on the manifests."
That is some genuine 9-11 studies being funded by Canadian taxpayers, eh?
The article includes a picture of Blakeney wearing a Palestinian headscarf, which is as fashionable among the anti-Israel crowd these days as Che posters were among the Marxists back in 1960s dormitories.
Here's Blakeney and his advisor, Anthony J Hall, making buffoons of themselves at a lecture by Michael Shermer: