Sunday, March 04, 2007

Moron Kevin Barrett

Our favorite folklorist tries to put a big smiley face on the 9-11 Accountability Conference, but it sounds like the Accountability was a little overdrawn:

The downbeat analysts cite statistics, as downbeat analysts often do. The organizers had hoped that over a thousand would attend. When “only” several hundred came, they faced financial problems, as well as a problem of perception.


Yeah, they had that little problem of perception with Holocaust Deniers like Eric D. Williams and (cough, cough), Kevin Barrett being at the conference, instead of Alex Jones and Dylan Avery. Of course, that's hard to differentiate from other icebergs that the 9-11 Denial movement has run into over the course of the last several months. But any notion that this is an explosively growing market should be put to rest now.

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At 04 March, 2007 23:55, Blogger Der Bruno Stroszek said...

Coming soon from Twoof Jihad Books - Did Six Million Really Attend? by Eric Williams and Kevin Barrett. Order now, while our red faces last!

 
At 05 March, 2007 07:29, Blogger CHF said...

A serious question to twoofers:

who is a serious twoofer?

Dylan Avery tells people his movie is shit, Fetzer's a loon, Alex Jones is a parody, Stephen Jones is a coward, Judy Wood's insane, Griffin thinks his movement can't afford a plane ticket to the Middle East and Barrett appears to be losing his mind.

Who exactly, is the most credible twoofer?

Who should I go to for serious 9/11 analysis?

 
At 05 March, 2007 09:07, Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.livevideo.com/ewing2001
"CoffinJones" vs. "BSRegfairy" feat. Friends (Mega-9/11 Mashup BBC1ling Mix)

 
At 05 March, 2007 09:40, Blogger Manny said...

A serious question to twoofers:

who is a serious twoofer?


That the very next post is from Nico Haupt is just too funny.

 
At 05 March, 2007 12:40, Blogger PhilBiker said...

who is a serious twoofer?

Dylan Avery tells people his movie is shit, Fetzer's a loon, Alex Jones is a parody, Stephen Jones is a coward, Judy Wood's insane, Griffin thinks his movement can't afford a plane ticket to the Middle East and Barrett appears to be losing his mind.

Who exactly, is the most credible twoofer?

Who should I go to for serious 9/11 analysis?


John Conner.

 
At 05 March, 2007 13:26, Blogger Alex said...

HAHAHAHAHAHA

oh god...I'm wiping away tears here. Phil, you rock, man!

 
At 05 March, 2007 14:09, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

Oh I think alot of the twoofers are serious, but when you've gotta "ask mom" for the money to get there, and you only work at Mickey Ds, or not at all, cause your under 16, then its a bitch getting to these events.

TAM:)

 
At 05 March, 2007 14:33, Blogger Unknown said...

Try Barrie (Barry) Zwicker as a serious twoofer.

David Ray Griffin's mistakes don't rule him out.

Webster Tarpley is good.

Read Tarpley's book: 9/11 Synthetic Terror.

 
At 05 March, 2007 14:40, Blogger Unknown said...

more on ... who are serious skeptics:

Sean McBride

 
At 05 March, 2007 14:45, Blogger Unknown said...

Sander Hicks subscribes to lihop and does not grasp the complexity of the videos of the "planes" crashing into the WTC. Otherwise, Sander Hicks is "serious".

 
At 05 March, 2007 15:10, Blogger CHF said...

Try Barrie (Barry) Zwicker as a serious twoofer.

His book recycles every discredited theory under the sun.

Anyone dumb enough to think the hijackers are still alive or that Noam Chomsky is a gatekeeper is a moron.

David Ray Griffin's mistakes don't rule him out.

Sorry BG - claiming that the twoof movement can't afford a plane ticket is not a mistake. It's pure idiocy.

 
At 05 March, 2007 15:10, Blogger CHF said...

Sander Hicks subscribes to lihop and does not grasp the complexity of the videos of the "planes" crashing into the WTC.

Excuse me?

"Planes?"

 
At 05 March, 2007 15:48, Blogger James B. said...

By comparison comic book conventions regularly draw over 100,000 people.

http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117959779.html?categoryid=1350&cs=1

And 84% of Americans are not comic book fans.

 
At 05 March, 2007 16:54, Blogger Pat said...

Zwicker's a kook, as is Tarpley (actually doubly a kook because of his LaRouche past). Hicks impressed me, but that's in part because he was reasonable compared to everybody else. They're all obviously intelligent men.

I'd read and critique Tarpley's book if somebody had an electronic version they'd send me for free.

 
At 05 March, 2007 17:49, Blogger Alex said...

Hell, even UFO conventions usually draw at least a few thousands.

 
At 06 March, 2007 00:18, Blogger Der Bruno Stroszek said...

So Sander Hicks is "serious", but he'd be more serious if he was a no-planer. Classic stuff!

 

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