A (Clown) Foot In the Door Gets Mashed
As you will recall, last week at this time, Jon Gold was desperately exhorting the troops to forget their petty individual theories and get behind his personal theory and shove that foot through the door.
What he was hoping for was something like this:
How did it go? Not so hot. For starters, there was a great deal of predictable pushback at 9-11 Flogger from dolts like Aiden Monaghan:
If anything, Clarke's allegations seem to absolve the White House, FBI and DoD from liability or complicity in the 9/11 attacks.
Because when your theory is a New Pearl Harbor with remote-controlled planes and nanothermite, you're not likely to rejoice over an admission that perhaps the attacks were allowed to happen because of an incompetent attempt to recruit the terrorists.
Victoria Ashley, whose husband Jim Hoffman has pushed controlled demolition forever, questioned the timing:
Last year it was the nationalist fervor of the Mosque at Ground Zero with images of screaming crowds, and the artificially media boosted event of the burning of the Koran by a preacher with no actual congregation, to keep everyone yelling about nothing on the 9th Anniversary.
This year it's Richard Clark appearing to suddenly decide -- almost exactly 1 month before the 10th Anniversary, despite having years to talk about this -- to throw a bunch of others under the bus about who knew what when about the attacks. Apparently it was decided that something less transparent, emotional, and more connected to reality needed to be dumped on the US public for the penultimate Anniversary.
Of course, Victronix clearly doesn't know the definition of the word "penultimate", which sounds very cool, but simply means "next to last".
There is only one 10th Anniversary.
Yes, and there was only one 5th anniversary, too!
Perhaps you are so naive as to fall for this obvious ruse of misdirection from ringmaster Clarke, but some of us are not.
The arguments for controlled demolition in WTC 7 and the twin towers, which murdered thousands, are trivial and irrefutable.
Well, he's half right anyway. The arguments for CD are trivial.
Without even looking, I am pretty sure that similar arguments are raging around the Troofersphere. Kevin Barrett is unlikely to take kindly to any suggestion that the hijackers weren't Mossad agents, David Ray Griffin's got his speculations about them being alive, and Craig Ranke still thinks they're north of the Citgo somewhere. As I've said all along, the idea that this is a "movement" is inane; it's a bunch of paranoid nutbars with their individual pet theories.
Jon Gold has been busily spamming an article he wrote on Troof News on Facebook; that got him far:
On Monday, August 15, 9/11 Truth News contributor Jon Gold received a message from facebook informing him that his ability to post content to any page other than his own had been disabled.
So overall, what's happened is more like this: