I've been rather critical of the folks over at the rebunking 9-11 blog
, but it appears that Scootle Royale is actually beginning to realize that perhaps some elements of 9-11 Trutherism are counterproductive. He wrote a longish post over there warning his fellow Truthers that perhaps it was time to say ix-nay on the ermite-thay.
Unfortunately, if you surf over there, you won't find it. Why? Well, there are two possible explanations. One is that he wasn't quite done with it (which appears true). The other is that he's been gagged (which appears more likely).
On May 3 and May 15, Scootle published a post entitled "Red Chips or Blue Pills; A Warning to AE911 Truth." In the post, he noted the results of the Millette report
, which proved pretty conclusively that the red and grey chips claimed by the idiot Harritt and Jones to be nanothermite, were not. Instead they are quite likely a form of primer paint, although Millette was unable to definitively establish that.
Each time, the post had only partially finished sections, and thus seemed like a draft, and each time, the post was fairly quickly "pulled". I was advised of this post by several commenters and by an emailer who shall remain anonymous. It was decided to allow Scootle some additional time to finish off the post. But at this point it's been five weeks since the first version was posted over there, and three weeks since the second one, and it wasn't that
What's more, since then 9-11 Rebunkers have prominently promoted
Box Boy Gage's latest opus, 9-11 Explosive Evidence: Experts Speak Out, which relies heavily on the nanothermite claim, even though Scootle's May 15 version of his post concluded with this warning:
Red-gray chips could, if debunked, discredit Expert's [sic] Speak Out, and therefore AE911Truth and 9/11 Truth as a whole.
You can read Scootle's post
as it appeared May 15 here (click on the image to enlarge it to viewable size). When will his post return on 9-11 Rebunking?
Labels: 9-11 Rebunkers, Millette Study, Nanothermite, Neils Harritt, Scootle Royale, Steven Jones