Monday, 3 March 2008

'9/11 attacks made up, ' says French best actress Oscar-winner

International establishment media recycles year-old comments to attack Oscar-winning Marion Cotillard, despite the fact that she is merely echoing a plethora of other highly respected public figures in questioning 9/11

Oscar-winning French actress Marion Cotillard's comments regarding her doubts about the official 9/11 story have already provoked an international media smear campaign despite the fact that she is merely echoing a plethora of other highly respected public figures in questioning the establishment position.

During a French television interview, Cotillard said the public had been lied to about the terror attacks and highlighted the bizarre collapse of the twin towers in comparison with other buildings, specifically Madrid's Windsor Building, which burned intensely for over 24 hours yet did not implode like the WTC.

"We see other towers of the same kind being hit by planes. Are they burned? They [sic] was a tower, I believe it was in Spain, which burnt for 24 hours. It never collapsed. None of these towers collapsed. And there [in New York], in a few minutes, the whole thing collapsed," said Cotillard.

Hours after the comments were picked up by news outlets across the world, a reactionary media smear campaign was initiated, despite the fact that Cotillard actually made the statements over a year ago, and we were told that Cotillard's future Hollywood success was apparently "in jeopardy".

Quite how expressing an opinion that matches with hundreds of other professors, scientists, former presidents, high government officials and intelligence veterans puts someone's career "in jeopardy" is not explained in the myriad of ad hominem hit pieces that have already surfaced over the course of today.

The Parliament of Japan, the former President of Italy, widely-respected CIA veteran Robert Baer and even American music icon Willie Nelson have all questioned 9/11 in recent months.

Since the attacks, a top former member of Tony Blair's cabinet, Germany's Secretary of Defense and the founder of Reagonomics have all slammed the official story - along with a cacophony of former government, military, intelligence and political professionals.

The Hollywood Today website cites the comments of 9/11 first responder "Mike Lennon" who calls the comments “ignorant and despicable” and encourages people to picket Cotillard's upcoming movie with Johnny Depp.

To assert that questioning the official 9/11 story is harmful to the victims is a tired old propaganda ruse that has been tried on many occasions in the past by establishment media hacks.

The fact is that the majority of victim's family members doubt the official story and have been pushing for a new investigation for years - as attested to by Bill Doyle, head of the largest victim's family support group.

In addition, 9/11 firemen and first responders were themselves the victims of an admitted government cover-up in the very hours after 9/11 when they were told that the toxic asbestos-laden air was safe to breathe - an official lie that has cost the heroes of 9/11 at best lifelong debilitating illnesses and at worst their lives.

The media's attempt to make an example out of Cotillard by digging up year-old comments in an organized smear attack campaign smacks of total desperation as the gatekeepers try to act as the little Dutch boy and block up the holes of the gaping official 9/11 story.

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FLASHBACK: Former Reagan Treasury Secretary Questions Twin Towers Collapse

Hundreds of military, political, and intelligence professionals question 9/11


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