Talks extensively about the vaccine controversy being covered up in the media:
In the wake of Donald Trump’s shocking pledge: “You will find out who really knocked down the World Trade Center,” many Americans may find themselves staring into the abyss. The implication has reached the mainstream, that we do not exactly know who was behind the September 11th attacks, which are trotted out to justify every policy enacted ever since.
“Because they have papers in there that are very secret,” continued Trump, “you may find it’s the Saudis, okay? But you will find out.”
It was genuinely a surprise that Trump would commit to uncovering the truth of the September 11th attacks, while the de facto leader of the American left, Professor Noam Chomsky of MIT, had long ago and repeatedly dismissed the 9/11 attacks as holding no importance whatsoever.
“Who cares?” was Noam Chomsky’s now infamous 2007 quote.
“I mean even if it [a September 11th government conspiracy] were true, which is extremely unlikely, who cares? I mean it doesn’t have any significance.”
In an email to Professor Chomsky I demanded he answer one very direct, albeit surprisingly controversial question. His non-response speaks volumes. My public debate challenge stands unanswered.
That vital question I posed to Chomsky, a cornerstone question for our age, concerns reality as we know it today (or as many do not). It is a “yes” or “no” proposition, and so without the opportunity for any fanciful verbal contortions.
You may want to ask Professor Chomsky this question yourself (firstname.lastname@example.org). Don’t expect a response, although he may double down on “who cares?”
“We moved to Germany because we did not feel comfortable in the U.S. We felt like we were at risk here. We didn’t know what the NSA might do… These problems were consistent, and out of the blue. It felt really wrong. All the studio heads, the script was good, but then they say, ‘Okay, I’ll get back to you with numbers.’ That’s what they do. A few days go by, you don’t hear a thing. What happens? It goes upstairs to all these corporate boards that run this country, and these corporate boards all said no, because some lawyer somewhere, somebody who hates Snowden, took exception.”
“It’s a very strange thing to do an American man like this and not be able to finance this movie in America. It wouldn’t have been made [without foreign financing], and that’s very disturbing, if you think about it — its implications for any subject that is not, call it ‘overtly pro-American’… They say we have freedom of expression, but thought is financed. Thought is controlled. The media is controlled. And this country is very tight on that. There’s no criticism allowed at a certain level. You can make movies about civil rights leaders who are dead, but it’s not easy to make about a current man.”
American musicians who support boycotting Israel over the issue of Palestinian rights are terrified to speak out for fear their careers will be destroyed, according to Roger Waters.
“Masks of Revolution” apparently doesn’t toe the western propaganda line…
The film is a special investigation carried out by Paul Moreira, which covers the events in Ukraine over 2014: the far-right radical groups allegedly backed by the US, as well as the deadly violence in the southern Ukrainian town of Odessa.