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Ignorant BBC reporter schooled over 911 by Professor

People who still believe in the 911 fairytale are no doubt ignorant fools, but maybe none are as ignorant as this incredibly stupid BBC reporter, who clearly has no idea about some of the simple scientific laws which the ‘official’ version of events operate outside of. This short clip is a compilation of highlights from …

Ignorant BBC reporter schooled over 911 by Professor

People who still believe in the 911 fairytale are no doubt ignorant fools, but maybe none are as ignorant as this incredibly stupid BBC reporter, who clearly has no idea about some of the simple scientific laws which the ‘official’ version of events operate outside of.

This short clip is a compilation of highlights from the interview with Danish professor Dr. Niels Harrit, conducted by Michael Rudin from the BBC. Like a 2 year old trying to play chess with a grandmaster, Michael Rudin demonstrates a level of brain activity that has to be seen to be believed.

The first point covered by Dr. Niels Harrit is the 19 hijackers, for which there are no records of them having ever gotten on the planes, either documented or video evidence, and then they turned up alive in other countries. The official report also has them making maneuvers that are physically impossible, and the actual hijacking of the planes is extremely questionable.

The biggest schooling which Dr. Niels Harrit gives to Michael Rudin is over the magical hijackers passport, which Rudin indicates he believes that the hijacker wound down the plane window moments before impact to throw it out. Then there are the steel girders blown away hundreds of metres into other buildings, but the official report denies the science that says only an explosion could have been responsible for this.

The full clip is a good laugh too. You can view it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF334x-xWz8

 

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Aisha Sabeer

Aisha Sabeer

Aisha Sabeer is a budding writer from Canada. She has a keen interest in science and comparative religion, and loves travelling the world and meeting other Muslims.
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