The Latest "Breakthrough" Fiasco
The Truthers are still digging for the pony. It's kind of sad, really, just as that joke is a little sad. Can you imagine that poor little boy, shoveling out the manure with his hands, only to have his hopes dashed?
The latest breakthrough is a court case. Finally, the Truthers get to present their evidence to somebody in authority!
On February 25, in the small town of Horsham in the United Kingdom, there will be a rare and potentially groundbreaking opportunity for the 9/11 truth movement. Three hours of detailed 9/11 evidence is to be presented and considered in a court of law where the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) will be challenged over the inaccurate and biased manner in which it has portrayed the events and evidence of 9/11.There you go! How could they possibly fail? Well, basically because there is no pony under the dungheap. But what makes it so pathetic is when you realize exactly why the Truthers are getting to present their sack of fecal material to the magistrate.
In England, the BBC is actually funded by individual licenses that TV owners pay in order to watch. The price is pretty expensive: about 145 English pounds or about $220 at current exchange rates. Mind you, that's just for over the air programming; it's not like our cable TV basic package. Anyway, as you might expect, a lot of people try to get away without paying the license fee, so they have ways of checking to see if you're watching the telly without paying the fee.
Well, a particularly stupid Troofer named Tony Rooke decided not to pay his license fee and is now going to court over it. And his defense is that there's a law that provides that you cannot provide funds to an organization that supports terrorism and because the BBC has broadcast shows debunking 9-11 Troofy Troof, it is supporting the terrorism of the real culprits. No word yet on whom Tony Rooke has fingered as the culprits; whether it's the neocons, Israelis, or Bilderbergers.
And that's how some poor judge in Horsham is going to end up listening to the likes of conspiraloons like Niels Harrit and Ian Henshall. Or not, as I personally doubt the magistrate will put up with more than about 15 minutes of this horsecrap before telling the Rookester to pay the fine or go to gaol.