For some time, I have been meaning to add a short but significant section to chapter 24 of my free book “9/11 Holding the Truth” – regarding 2 UK journalists that wrote articles relating to 9/11 research in 2006 and 2007. I’ve had the notes for this in sent emails and in some saved files. I decided “dust this down” and add it into the book, and post it separately here, as another illustration of how the mainstream media figures get involved (wittingly or unwittingly) in covering up the truth about the destruction of the WTC.
Jon Ronson – “A-Shilling for his Thoughts…”?
This UK journalist made several documentaries such as “The Crazy Rulers of the World[i],” about “conspiracy” topics. These programmes, in some places, have a sort of mocking tone, as I recall. Ronson has perhaps become most well-known for his (as far as I know) not-very authoritative book about the US Remote Viewing Program called “The Men Who Stare At Goats[ii].” This was made into a film in 2009 (or maybe the book and the film were developed at the same time, I have not checked – and this is not important in relation to what is discussed below). In 1999, Ronson apparently managed to work his way into Bohemian Grove with Alex Jones – to film the “mock sacrifice to Moloch” ritual[iii]. I suspect that Ronson is well-connected – and that the infiltration was not exactly “a surprise” to the elites in society who secretly frequent the Californian Campground.
My experience with Ronson was that he came onto our UK 911 forum in July 2006 and was insulted by many posters as a “Jewish shill” or something similar. (I have no idea, myself, if Ronson is Jewish – and his religious disposition, race and ethnicity are irrelevant to this article). However, I invited Ronson to discuss the 9/11 evidence, in the article he was preparing to write at that time.[iv] My knowledge of what really happened on 9/11 started to change a few months after I made the post referenced above – as I became aware of Dr Judy Wood’s research. (There are a massive number of trolls on the threads linked above – some of whom I met personally and took to be allies – but they turned out not to be). At first, I thought Ronson was genuinely interested in the truth, but like other journalists, this was not his real interest. He had his own agenda – to write a story – rather than discuss the truth.
When I saw this post, I messaged him via his own website[vi], giving him my contact details. He never replied. (In compiling this article, I notice that currently, Ronson’s homepage, linked above, has a note at the bottom which reads “Site created and maintained for Jon Ronson by John Lundberg.” This is noteworthy as Lundberg has been involved with the Circlemakers Group[vii] – formerly known as “Team Satan” – who create Crop Formations by request.)
On 4 Nov 2006, almost 4 months after his “appearance” on the UK 911 forum, he published an article titled “We rationalists are the oppressed minority’” in the UK Guardian newspaper[viii]. Feel free to read the whole article, but I will include a few brief quotes from it, to give you an idea of what he was doing.
The Guardian article mentioned precisely 0% of the evidence he was pointed at by some of the more identifiable forum members. Ronson did not contact me and, more importantly, did not mention a single shred of the 9/11 evidence. Instead, he made characterisations of a group of people and implicitly encouraged his readers to move to a position of “guilt by association,” rather than giving them an opportunity to study the evidence. This is dishonest journalism at its worst. So perhaps the only truth in his article was that some of the accusations made against him were true. As far as I am aware, Ronson has never, to this day, written anything useful about what happened on 9/11. He’s just one more reason that I no longer trust any mainstream media source.
Robert Fisk and “Society Matters”
At the time of writing this article, I have been a part time Associate Lecturer for the Open University (in IT subjects), since 2002 (see www.open.ac.uk, although it’s unlikely you’ll find me listed in the staff directory). No one in the University really knows about my research activities and website etc. However, back in August 2007, a short article I wrote about 911 was published in the Open University’s Social Sciences (yearly) Faculty Magazine, thanks to the help of a contact. You can read it on page 5 of a PDF file on my website, [ix]which is an archived version of the file that was available on the OU’s own website until about 2017[x]. I also posted this article, entitled “9/11 and the War On Terror – Creating Official Reality”[xi] on my own website.
Back in 2007, I was still talking about melting steel and “collapsing buildings” and in my article, I wrote:
I concluded the article with the following remarks:
My article of course mentions Dr Judy Wood and Dr Morgan Reynolds, thus:
(I was writing about these cases at the time – trying to draw serious attention to them, as I documented in “9/11 Finding the Truth.”)
Curiously, a few days after Issue 10 of the OU’s yearly Social Sciences Faculty Magazine was published, a well-known UK journalist named Robert Fisk[xii] published an article in the UK’s Independent Newspaper entitled “Even I question the ‘truth’ about 9/11.”[xiii] In this article, Fisk reported that when he gives lectures, during the Q & A segments, “ravers” would often ask him why he doesn’t tell the truth about 9/11 – that “the Bush
administration blew up the WTC.” Of course, there are several in-built assumptions and implicit problems here. For example, using the term “raver” implies that the person challenging Fisk to be more truthful is not an “average” person. (Fisk should simply have replaced this somewhat derogatory label with “some people” or “someone.”) Also, he assumes that people who know the official narrative is untrue believe that the US government “blew up” the WTC with bombs – which is also not the case here.
Fisk, like myself, a graduate of Lancaster University, then goes on to note several “problems” with the official narrative of 9/11. He writes:
Fisk also wrote:
Fisk concludes his article thus:
Now, if Robert Fisk was one of my OU students, it is quite likely that I would have warned about possible plagiarism and not referencing his sources properly. (He neither contacted me nor credited me in his article.) Much worse and much more significant, however, was that Fisk omitted certain facts – such as the names of Drs Wood and Reynolds. I don’t think this was an accident. If one reads his Biography on Britannica.com, you will find the following information:
This means that he would have almost certainly had close links either with the Intelligence Services or military leaders in order to set up these meetings. Fisk, then, was either wittingly or unwittingly – willingly or unwillingly – part of the 9/11 cover up.
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