ClandesTime 121 – Operation Terror

From SpyCulture.com

This week I am joined by Robbie Martin and Pearse Redmond to review and analyse the low budget conspiracy thriller Operation Terror. We analyse the plot – where a member of the Council on Foreign Relations recruits a CIA officer to prepare and carry out the 9/11 attacks – and why this is unrealistic. We note several examples of how the film incorporates elements from all over 9/11 conspiracy lore, but especially from Pilots for 9/11 Truth, one of the more wacky parts of the ‘truth’ movement. We ask whether the film is fan service for 9/11 truthers, and conclude that it reflects and represents a lot of the real characteristics of the 9/11 movement. This is a lengthy and very funny discussion that you won’t want to miss.

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Operation Terror

Operation Terror Youtube Channel (full of weird conspiracy nonsense)

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  • greececyclinggoddess  On September 12, 2017 at 2:49 am

    I started to listen to this, hope to finish it. But i’m so wary. Tom Selker calls 911 architects and enginners “wacky” and Robbie Martin said that in 2001 there was no technology developed for voice recognition (fake phone calls to families) or holograms. What a tiny mind. He’s obviously referring to what was out on the market at that time. He has no conception of what black ops were capable of at that time. We didn’t even know about drones back then and yet they were alive and well in the black op secret budgets.

    On Mon, Sep 11, 2017 at 4:10 AM, Porkins Policy Review wrote:

    > porkinspolicyreview posted: “https://vimeo.com/233194724 From > SpyCulture.com This week I am joined by Robbie Martin and Pearse Redmond to > review and analyse the low budget conspiracy thriller Operation Terror. We > analyse the plot – where a member of the Council on Foreign Relat” >

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