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‘Incontrovertible’ Demands Real Investigation Of 9/11.

By Jerry Alatalo

“Simply put, this is not just the best film I’ve seen on 9/11, it’s the best film I have seen all year.”

– SERGEANT JOHN MEADERS, 32-year California law enforcement officer

aaa-20Perhaps the above quote about the powerful documentary “Incontrovertible” from Sgt. Meaders would be more accurate if the word “best” hooked up with the words “most important”. Filmmaker Tony Rooke’s brilliant, creative production will hopefully open enough eyes to how necessary it is for a real investigation into September 11, 2001 for it to finally happen.

Men and women around the world who’ve gained awareness that the “official” 9/11 Commission Report is nothing more than a whitewash of what really happened on that major-consequence day already know how frustrating are attempts to convince enough people and force an investigation to answer unresolved questions. Some of those men and women have come to the point where they’ve simply given up, where it seems like an impossibility to ever get to the truth.

While the endless frustration leading to the choice of dropping the matter and giving up the battle for truth becoming revealed is certainly understandable, the fact of the matter is that 9/11 represents the major unsolved war crime of this generation – possibly of any generation in world history. Is that a wild over-exaggeration? Watch “Incontrovertible” and odds are one answers in the negative, and comes to an understanding that there are – at this moment – very likely major war criminals walking freely on this Earth. The main issue is that these criminals need to become stopped.

“The essence of lying is in deception, not in words; a lie may be told in silence, by equivocation, by the accent on a syllable, by a glance of the eye attaching a peculiar significance to a sentence; but all of these kinds of lies are worse and baser by many degrees than a lie plainly worded.”

– JOHN RUSKIN (1819-1900) British writer

More than fourteen years have passed, repeated and serious efforts to force an investigation by men and women with impeccable credentials have been unsuccessful, annual gatherings of concerned people calling for the truth have experienced consistently smaller numbers as September 11 recedes further into history, yet, despite those disappointing time-related developments, the fact remains that unaltered questions remain unanswered, without urgent, necessary legal attention.

While Tony Rooke made “Incontrovertible” with an intended target audience of current and former members of the world’s military forces, police agencies and firefighting departments, the messages presented are surely of profound interest to every human being – in particular those who have an interest in building a more peaceful global civilization for themselves, their children and grandchildren – for all people, all children and future generations.

Watching the documentary is strongly recommended, along with making the film’s existence known to as many others as possible, especially men and women members of the military (former and current), law enforcement officers (retired and serving), and persons in the field of firefighting. Viewers of the film will understand that action is clearly necessary and find the best ways to move forward.

Will this superlative film “tip the scales” and make the critical difference? Is it within the realm of possibility that a real investigation of September 11, 2001 will finally occur and the truth becomes revealed? Mr. Tony Rooke and the people who appeared in or in any way contributed to “Incontrovertible” clearly believe the answer is “yes”, otherwise they wouldn’t have taken the actions leading to the film’s completion.

“And one may say boldly that no man has a right perception of any truth who has not been reacted on by it so as to be ready to be its martyr.”

– RALPH WALDO EMERSON (1803-1882) American philosopher

Purchase a DVD or Blu-Ray DVD of “Incontrovertible” at:

www.incontrovertible911evidence.co.uk

(Thank you to 911familymember at YouTube)

Documentary: ‘Water Time’ By Allan Weisbecker.

By Jerry Alatalo

aaa-37Alphabet As a person who keeps up on Jim Fetzer’s program “The Real Deal”, his latest posted at MBC Official Backup Channel on YouTube with Allan Weisbecker rose to the qualitative level of sharing it here. After some preliminary discussion between Mr. Weisbecker and Mr. Fetzer, the 90-minute documentary film “Water Time” becomes presented, followed by further discussion between the two men.

A number of wide-ranging, intense thoughts may occur while watching the film, including asking the question “Why hasn’t this powerful film gained much wider viewership?” (Mr. Weisbecker posted on his YT channel, AE Weisbecker, around a year ago – some 7-8,000 views thus far), along with appreciation of the film as a model for how documentary film-making should become produced in the future.

For men and women who’ve spent time going down the “rabbit hole” and researching historic events covered in the film – such as the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Robert F. Kennedy, the Vietnam War, September 11, 2001 etc., Mr. Weisbecker’s over-arching message should not come as any big surprise.

However, for those who’ve either ignored subsequent alternative or new findings of researchers on these events or accepted the so-called “official story”, watching “Water Time” will produce possible severely uncomfortable sensations related to their transformation of perceptions about power and how the world really operates, as illustrated by some of the people Allan Weisbecker talked with during the filming of the documentary.

Mr. Weisbecker made the film as an educational effort, without profit as the motive. His intention is perhaps best summed up in the opening minutes of the film where he says, “I’ve got to find out if there’s something really wrong… I mean with me – or with the rest of the world”.

People hold varying views about what qualifies as a “mediocre”, “good”, “above average”, “excellent”, “masterpiece” etc. documentary film. This writer sees “Water Time: Part I” as an – unfortunately – extraordinarily rare, profoundly revealing artistic triumph which makes a colossal contribution to the shared vision of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King expressed in the film – peace on Earth.

Thank you Allan Weisbecker. In the year 2016, the world urgently needs more true artists like him.

(Thank you to MBC Official Backup Channel at YouTube)

Israel-Palestine: From Edward Said (2003) To Ban Ki-Moon (2016).

By Jerry Alatalo

“Truth is the summit of being; justice is the application of it to affairs.”

– RALPH WALDO EMERSON (1803-1882) American poet, philosopher

PalestineAlphabet In perhaps his strongest condemnation to date, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon spoke out recently against Israel’s continued illegal settlement-building actions on the occupied territories, calling on the international community to work toward resumption of negotiations leading to an independent nation of Palestine – “…before it’s too late”.

The late Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University in New York Dr. Edward Said (1935-2003), a well-known and highly respected humanist intellectual Palestinian activist until he passed away from leukemia in 2003, will be remembered as an academic with complete integrity. Mr. Said kept political issues out of the classroom, but will forever remain for Palestinians and people seeking peace, freedom and dignity around the world a bold, truth-speaking heroic leader.

For most men and women who’ve become knowledgeable about the history of the Israel-Palestine conflict, successful, mutually agreed upon resolution of the decades-old, seemingly intractable differences between the two peoples is the ultimate key for bringing peace to the entire Middle East region.

A considerable percentage of men and women involved with issues of human rights, war and peace, international relations and equality among the world’s people believe a resolution of the Israel-Palestine conflict is key to creating the conditions for establishing peace on Earth.

Unfortunately, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – instead of publicly acknowledging and agreeing with the UN Secretary General’s urgent plea to stop settlement expansion, for determined international effort which results in a long-awaited and sought agreement where two states live side-by-side in peace – responded that Ban Ki-Moon’s statement would “encourage terrorism”.

The recent success of the P5+1 negotiations over Iran’s peaceful nuclear program provides the perfect template for resolving the similar decades-old Israel-Palestine conflict. The same nations which participated in the Iranian negotiations can easily reproduce that successful effort to arrive at a peaceful agreement between Israelis and Palestinians. Will Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and United States’ leaders rise to the historical occasion, siding with Ban Ki-Moon’s wise reasoning, and publicly advocate for P5+1 negotiations over Israel-Palestine?

Considering the massive amount of human suffering which people have experienced in the Middle East since 1948 and establishment of the state of Israel, and considering the current violent state of affairs in the region, the potential positive-result answer to that question should come very easily: “absolutely yes”. The innocent men, women and children of the Middle East, whose lives have been too often torn apart by wars due to their being born on lands under which exists massive natural deposits of oil and natural gas, deserve true peace.

Dr. Edward Said put forth tremendous effort while he lived to bring peace to Palestinians, Israelis and all people in the Middle East. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon is calling for peace now in 2016, and he calls on the international community to make it happen.

The late Edward Said and Ban Ki-Moon, along with millions of men and women around the world – joined by a rapidly increasing number of others with every passing day – have called on all with good hearts to act now in the interest of peace. Who on Earth can argue against peace?

(Thank you to Palestine Diary at YouTube)

Edward Said delivering a lecture at the University of Washington in 2003, the year he passed away.

(Thank you to Nizar Abboud at YouTube)

Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon at the United Nations in 2016.